Brand New Toyota Aygo Hatchback 1.0 VVT-i X 3dr £6909 @ DTD
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Brand New Toyota Aygo Hatchback 1.0 VVT-i X 3dr £6909 @ DTD

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Found 3rd Apr 2016
RRP £8845! Drivethedeal are a broker who introduce you to a main dealer to get the car at the discounted price. Free delivery or you can collect.
Toyota give a 5 Year warranty and VED on these is £0/Year so good value motoring.
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At least if you smash the front end up no one will notice.
fireman1

At least if you smash the front end up no one will notice.




Probably couldn't go fast enough to do that sort of damage
Rrp might be that but it's £7995 on offer from Toyota at the moment ........ At any dealer..
looks like the back end of a baboon. good deal tho
Great little car at a decent saving if you accept its limitations and use it for what it's intended for.
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Mada06

Great little car at a decent saving if you accept its limitations and use … Great little car at a decent saving if you accept its limitations and use it for what it's intended for.



To skate on?
I had one of these for a year, lovely car to drive and to look at, nippy too, would recommend to anyone not looking to carry more than one passenger!
People vote 2 year lease deals at this price hot so for £7K to actually own the car this must be cold.
This deal would probibly be cheaper across 5 years than using public transport round my area.
john184

People vote 2 year lease deals at this price hot so for £7K to actually … People vote 2 year lease deals at this price hot so for £7K to actually own the car this must be cold. This deal would probibly be cheaper across 5 years than using public transport round my area.



Lease deals are proportional to the real world cost of the car, therefore a lease deal on this car would be a % of the real world price and not the actual price of the car, which should be more than obvious. Your threshold of £7,000 does not take in to account the variance of prices between car models, in other words your threshold of £7,000 is meaningless in the context you express it and therefore meaningless in the context of this deal.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 3rd Apr 2016
I had one as a hire car couldn't wait to give back one of the worst cars ive ever driven
Shame its not the 5dr, CBA to run a quote for one. With a 5 yr warranty it makes more sense to buy, I'd only lease/PCP a 3yr warranty car. Why won't lexus do 5 years warranty?! I quite like the c1 especially in 1.2 airscape guise as would make a useful cheap 3rd car but the aygo does look smarter. Maybe a renault zoe deal will appear again.
I had one as a hire car in May last year, thought it was pretty decent if you don't go in expecting all bells-and-whistles.
The engine sounds reasonable enough, it's got decent torque for such a little box and also is very very good MPG.

Also, the platform it's based on is similar to the 107/C1/Aygo of old, which as the other comment (#10) by alritegeeza says, is pretty sound. Renting one of the new Aygos convinced me it's worth owning one.
Missus has one and to be honest it's not a great car to drive and doesn't give a pleasurable driving experience..BUT..it is dirt cheap to run and gets you from A to B so if you just want a cheap runaround then it is perfect.
I know someone who bought an IQ and had a dispute with Toyota over the mpg as it did nothing like the official figures ,( it was supposed to 70 mpg but actually did about 40 ) he traded it for an Aygo . It is pretty nippy for around town , I not sure of the mpg but he said it was far better than the IQ .
Mada06

Great little car at a decent saving if you accept its limitations and use … Great little car at a decent saving if you accept its limitations and use it for what it's intended for.


what else would one use a car for?
We have a top of the range Grand Voyager and the previous version 107. We fight over who's going to get the 107 - the loser gets the GV.

They are so economical and nippy, plus handles well, and is probably the best car we've ever had. I'm happy to drive it when I can (daughter now has it most of the time away at uni), despite it being banana yellow!
billybob59

what else would one use a car for?



Probably the way poster #10 drives is the limitation of the car haha
Edited by: "Firefly1" 3rd Apr 2016
billybob59

what else would one use a car for?


Track days for instance....Not its Forte...
billybob59

what else would one use a car for?


Racing, rallying, dune buggy, delivering building materials, taxi, ploughing, pacing, fox hunting, launching gliders, towing a burger trailer, light rail track maintenance, euthanize baby chicks. Check your insurance schedule, it's bound to have a few other inappropriate uses as well.
alritegeeza

To all the morons who write following..not fast enough..ugly..blah blah … To all the morons who write following..not fast enough..ugly..blah blah ****'blah. I have a 2006 Citroën C1 with 173k on the clock..it owes me FUDGE All..it's NEVER let me down, all I ever do is fill it up ( April cost £38 0 to full) it costs me £20 road tax..£230 to insure..but most importantly I cane the Fudge out of **** in poser white crap motors...I out corner them I out drive them...but you morons will never say that a 52yr old man in a so called pile of crap could bitch slap your driving ability in your mummy's car, or that debt around your neckis just to show face to other morons. so to people with a brain and to those who don't give a toss what you posers think...BUY BUY BUY. HOT



I want to buy a 15 year old Corsa right now and go out and take back Scotland from the English...
Echelon

Doesn't it do 0-62 in 15 seconds? Who exactly do you out-drive? The bin … Doesn't it do 0-62 in 15 seconds? Who exactly do you out-drive? The bin lorries? Bus drivers?



13.3sec officially, but plenty of C1s (pre 2009) went sub 13 sec at Trax. Post 2009 you couldn't hit 60 in second so added about 0.5 sec. The new one added 50kg and wider tyres so you are probably looking about 14.3 sec.
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alritegeeza

To all the morons who write following..not fast enough..ugly..blah blah … To all the morons who write following..not fast enough..ugly..blah blah ****'blah. I have a 2006 Citroën C1 with 173k on the clock..it owes me FUDGE All..it's NEVER let me down, all I ever do is fill it up ( April cost £38 0 to full) it costs me £20 road tax..£230 to insure..but most importantly I cane the Fudge out of **** in poser white crap motors...I out corner them I out drive them...but you morons will never say that a 52yr old man in a so called pile of crap could bitch slap your driving ability in your mummy's car, or that debt around your neckis just to show face to other morons. so to people with a brain and to those who don't give a toss what you posers think...BUY BUY BUY. HOT



​What happens when you wake up though?
Edited by: "CoolElectronics" 4th Apr 2016
alritegeeza

To all the morons who write following..not fast enough..ugly..blah blah … To all the morons who write following..not fast enough..ugly..blah blah ****'blah. I have a 2006 Citroën C1 with 173k on the clock..it owes me FUDGE All..it's NEVER let me down, all I ever do is fill it up ( April cost £38 0 to full) it costs me £20 road tax..£230 to insure..but most importantly I cane the Fudge out of **** in poser white crap motors...I out corner them I out drive them...but you morons will never say that a 52yr old man in a so called pile of crap could bitch slap your driving ability in your mummy's car, or that debt around your neckis just to show face to other morons. so to people with a brain and to those who don't give a toss what you posers think...BUY BUY BUY. HOT



Are you the new Stig?

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Echelon

Doesn't it do 0-62 in 15 seconds? Who exactly do you out-drive? The bin … Doesn't it do 0-62 in 15 seconds? Who exactly do you out-drive? The bin lorries? Bus drivers?



My car does 0-60 in, allegedly, 6.6 seconds and 40-100 in some quite quick time that I can't quite recall. It also does 80-120+ in a "bloody hell that was shockingly quick" very rarely unmeasured time. But it's all entirely irrelevant because a: if there is traffic around, like all the time these days, then you usually can't go more than 50 anyway, b: what's the point in accelerating quickly to a speed where you will get 3 points on your licence when you get caught, and c: driving around like a loon is stupid, dangerous and boring.

0-60 times are a silly measure of how nice a car is to drive. In a small runabout nippiness and good handling are the things to look out for, and by most accounts the Aygo has them in spades.
People who say these are nippy and handle well really need to try driving something a little better.

The steering is massively over-assisted to the point where it just feels floaty, and it is nippy up to around 20mph. Anything above that is just dangerously slow, especially on the motorway where it struggles to maintain 70mph in 5th when going up a gradient.

Fantastically priced city cars, but I wouldn't want one if I did regular driving outside of built up areas.
packard

Rrp might be that but it's £7995 on offer from Toyota at the moment … Rrp might be that but it's £7995 on offer from Toyota at the moment ........ At any dealer..


But isn't £6909 << £7995?
:-)
alritegeeza

To all the morons who write following..not fast enough..ugly..blah blah … To all the morons who write following..not fast enough..ugly..blah blah ****'blah. I have a 2006 Citroën C1 with 173k on the clock..it owes me FUDGE All..it's NEVER let me down, all I ever do is fill it up ( April cost £38 0 to full) it costs me £20 road tax..£230 to insure..but most importantly I cane the Fudge out of **** in poser white crap motors...I out corner them I out drive them...but you morons will never say that a 52yr old man in a so called pile of crap could bitch slap your driving ability in your mummy's car, or that debt around your neckis just to show face to other morons. so to people with a brain and to those who don't give a toss what you posers think...BUY BUY BUY. HOT


I'm struggling to see the point of this comment: the poster seems to advocate driving a small, high mileage 10 year old car, but then suggests readers should buy this new one, which is a contradiction surely?
Aside from this particular comment being unhelpful (and verging on abusive), the deal looks very good. Less than £7000 for a perfectly good new car from a leading manufacturer is an excellent price, so I've added some heat.
othen

I'm struggling to see the point of this comment: the poster seems to … I'm struggling to see the point of this comment: the poster seems to advocate driving a small, high mileage 10 year old car, but then suggests readers should buy this new one, which is a contradiction surely?Aside from this particular comment being unhelpful (and verging on abusive), the deal looks very good. Less than £7000 for a perfectly good new car from a leading manufacturer is an excellent price, so I've added some heat.



I agree that he got a bit off track bragging about his driving prowess. I believe his point was not to be put off owning a 1 litre economy car, because they can be fun, are good value, and you shouldn't worry about having a fancy car to show off.
Echelon

Doesn't it do 0-62 in 15 seconds? Who exactly do you out-drive? The bin … Doesn't it do 0-62 in 15 seconds? Who exactly do you out-drive? The bin lorries? Bus drivers?



Milk float
zx636r

Ohhhhh, that was you was it? I was out driving in my AMG C63 when a C1 … Ohhhhh, that was you was it? I was out driving in my AMG C63 when a C1 flashed me to get out the way.... I selected sport mode and accelerated hard, but still I couldn't shake this highly skilled driver with his 1.0 litre pocket rocket........we hit the country lanes but despite me driving to the limit, I couldn't get more than a metre in front. I thought I'd get to a dual carriageway and cruise into the distance, but no, 155mph and you were still right up my ar5e.Just goes to show 67hp in the right hands is all that's needed.


I used to have a Mercedes E55 & a Mercedes S320 (Both bought from new 2001 & 2003)..but then I realised I was a total Moron spending £2000 on a replacement set of brake discs and 18 to the gallon max, the S Class without fail was in Mercedes Monthly with some fault, servicing at around £1500 Minimum, etc etc etc etc. AND I SAID OUT DRIVE, and yes on an average journey I'd kick your ass in country lanes and certainly in London. But you live you dream mate and enjoy that empty feeling of pleasing other people. NEXT
montana78

Milk float


Actually the Milk Float around my way is a Ford Transit and in the right hands that would kick ya arsenal too.
937666

Are you the new … Are you the new Stig?[img]http://images.radiotimes.com/namedimage/Did_you_spot_The_Stig_s_secret_Star_Wars_message_hidden_in_the_new_Top_Gear_announcement_.jpg?quality=85&mode=crop&width=620&height=374&404=tv&url=/uploads/images/original/99939.jpg[/img]


alritegeeza

To all the morons who write following..not fast enough..ugly..blah blah … To all the morons who write following..not fast enough..ugly..blah blah ****'blah. I have a 2006 Citroën C1 with 173k on the clock..it owes me FUDGE All..it's NEVER let me down, all I ever do is fill it up ( April cost £38 0 to full) it costs me £20 road tax..£230 to insure..but most importantly I cane the Fudge out of **** in poser white crap motors...I out corner them I out drive them...but you morons will never say that a 52yr old man in a so called pile of crap could bitch slap your driving ability in your mummy's car, or that debt around your neck is just to show face to other morons. so to people with a brain and to those who don't give a toss what you posers think...BUY BUY BUY. HOT



​Top fishing, loads of bites, well done
Looks like a robot to me.
alritegeeza

I used to have a Mercedes E55 & a Mercedes S320 (Both bought from new … I used to have a Mercedes E55 & a Mercedes S320 (Both bought from new 2001 & 2003)..but then I realised I was a total Moron spending £2000 on a replacement set of brake discs and 18 to the gallon max, the S Class without fail was in Mercedes Monthly with some fault, servicing at around £1500 Minimum, etc etc etc etc. AND I SAID OUT DRIVE, and yes on an average journey I'd kick your ass in country lanes and certainly in London. But you live you dream mate and enjoy that empty feeling of pleasing other people. NEXT




**Attention, Christian Horner, Toto Wolff, Ron Dennis, Frank Williams and all other F1 team principals**

Why spend millions in development costs, new engines, aerodynamics, driver programmes, when right under your nose you've got alritegeeza in his C1.


Edited by: "zx636r" 4th Apr 2016
VDisillusioned

My car does 0-60 in, allegedly, 6.6 seconds and 40-100 in some quite … My car does 0-60 in, allegedly, 6.6 seconds and 40-100 in some quite quick time that I can't quite recall. It also does 80-120+ in a "bloody hell that was shockingly quick" very rarely unmeasured time. But it's all entirely irrelevant because a: if there is traffic around, like all the time these days, then you usually can't go more than 50 anyway, b: what's the point in accelerating quickly to a speed where you will get 3 points on your licence when you get caught, and c: driving around like a loon is stupid, dangerous and boring. 0-60 times are a silly measure of how nice a car is to drive. In a small runabout nippiness and good handling are the things to look out for, and by most accounts the Aygo has them in spades.



Exactly - the most sensible comment on here. I have an Aygo and its so cheap to run and I'm very happy with it. Each to their own.
alritegeeza

I used to have a Mercedes E55 & a Mercedes S320 (Both bought from new … I used to have a Mercedes E55 & a Mercedes S320 (Both bought from new 2001 & 2003)..but then I realised I was a total Moron spending £2000 on a replacement set of brake discs and 18 to the gallon max, the S Class without fail was in Mercedes Monthly with some fault, servicing at around £1500 Minimum, etc etc etc etc. AND I SAID OUT DRIVE, and yes on an average journey I'd kick your ass in country lanes and certainly in London. But you live you dream mate and enjoy that empty feeling of pleasing other people. NEXT


I'm not sure I believe someone with such a poor understanding of English was in a position to buy new Mercedes cars :-)
Had as hire car - should have issued asprins with it !
Some odd comments here, I commute 20 miles each day in a Citigo, which is equally as 'slow'. Funnily enough with the congestion on our roads it makes absolutely no difference, you're only as fast as the car (or queue) in front of you, which is rarely very quick on single carriageway A/B roads.

It's genuinely as quick as my 172 Cup for 90% of journeys, and that thing is more than twice as quick to 60.

I didn't realise HUKD was a hot bed of AMG owners, must be all that money people save.
I love my Aygo great little car!!
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