Toyota Aygo X Pure
The Toyota Aygo X Pure is a stylish car that is marketed towards the stylish end of the market as it does have a sleek finish. It comes with a 7-inch touchscreen that is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The cockpit features a small digital display that shows the driver their speed, trip lengths, and settings to activate cruise control. This display is also visible from the passenger’s seat, making it perfect for driving instructors.
Practicality and visibility
Despite being a smaller car, the Aygo X Pure is not actually that much smaller than a Corsa in width and height. However, the visibility out of the car is amazing because there are no big pillars in the way. In the front of the vehicle, there is quite a bit of room, with plenty of leg room in the passenger seat, making it more comfortable for people with longer legs. There is also a decent amount of headroom for a smaller car. However, passengers in the back might not be as comfortable due to the limited leg and headroom.
The Aygo X Pure comes with a reversing camera that appears on the 7-inch touchscreen. While the camera’s quality could be better, it gets the job done. In terms of storage space, the cabin of the car has plenty of it, with good-sized door bins and two cup holders in the middle of the centre console.
The boot of the Aygo X Pure is also quite spacious, with all models having 231 litres of space with the parcel shelf fitted. Without the parcel shelf, you gain an additional 38 litres of space. You can even put the back seats down to give the car more 'boot' space, extending it to 829 litres.
The Toyota Aygo X Pure is a practical, stylish car that offers great visibility, plenty of storage space, and a spacious boot. While passengers in the back might not be as comfortable, the car is perfect for those who prioritize style and practicality in a smaller car.
Performance and comfort
If you are looking for a practical and affordable car that can get you around town and handle longer journeys without breaking the bank, the Aygo X might be just what you need. This compact car from Toyota comes in two versions – manual and automatic – but both share the same engine, a 1.0 Litre that delivers 72hp. While it’s not the fastest car on the road, it can still hold its own at higher speeds and has a good range thanks to its 35-litre fuel tank and 56mpg fuel efficiency.
In town, the Aygo X shines thanks to its compact size that makes it easy to navigate through narrow streets and tight spots. With fewer than three turns for lock-to-lock, parking and manoeuvring are quick and hassle-free. The clutch is a bit high, but that’s to be expected from a small car, and it doesn’t make driving any harder.
On the motorway, the Aygo X may not be the most powerful car out there, but it can handle higher speeds with ease once it gets up to speed. It’s comfortable enough for longer journeys, with a suspension that absorbs most bumps on the road, and wind noise is surprisingly low. There is some tire noise, but it’s not too distracting.
Overall, the Aygo X is not a fancy or flashy car, but it’s a practical and reliable choice for everyday use. Whether you’re commuting to work or running errands around town, this car will get you where you need to be without breaking the bank.