TOYOTA AYGO HATCHBACK 1.0 VVT-i X 3dr £6995 @ drivethedeal
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TOYOTA AYGO HATCHBACK 1.0 VVT-i X 3dr £6995 @ drivethedeal

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Found 27th Nov 2014
TOYOTA AYGO HATCHBACK 1.0 VVT-i X 3dr

Manufacturer's Recommended Retail Price:
£8,595

Our discounted price just:
£6,995
Save £1,600 (18.75%)

Quick Delivery! These cars are new and unregistered. Available in either Red pop solid paint or White flash special solid paint (+£215) with Dark grey cloth upholstery. We include 12 months Road Tax as standard.

I am in no way affiliated with Drivethedeal, I'm just keeping an eye on it for a new car :D.

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looking to downsize... this could be just the ticket... assume brand new..
great find

On but off topic - My son appears in the online ad for the Aygo!

Aygo Advert

The orange looks great on the pics but awful in the flesh. Shows you need to see them before ordering. The White is smart

"We include 12 months Road Tax as standard.". Thats nice of them considering it £0!

Toyota dealers are doing this for £7999. But still a 12.5% discount is not to be sniffed at.

While you should be able to pick up the basic C1 or 108 for a few hundred pounds cheaper I think the extra warranty is worth it. Besides you will likely get the £200-300 back when you come to sell it.

Hot.

malcyplop

On but off topic - My son appears in the online ad for the Aygo!Aygo … On but off topic - My son appears in the online ad for the Aygo!Aygo Advert



LUL

malcyplop

On but off topic - My son appears in the online ad for the Aygo!Aygo … On but off topic - My son appears in the online ad for the Aygo!Aygo Advert


Which one is your son? I know it's off topic, but I'm curious now.

The guy in the back with glasses. Chris turner.

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malcyplop

On but off topic - My son appears in the online ad for the Aygo!Aygo … On but off topic - My son appears in the online ad for the Aygo!Aygo Advert



I liked your sons pigeon rap hahaha

Good on Toyota for allowing 4 gay guys to promote their car. Great deal. Heat added.

Is drivethedeal safe to use? What if I urgently needed a car in under 4 weeks?

funny ad,

With all the black friday deals going around this is a bloomin good deal. car doesn't look that horrific as you might expect for the price point, on finance with a low rate loan a 4 year loan (similar to a lease of a better car) works out the same..except you end up with this car in the end. Sure you'd get a few miles out of too.

no wind?

Any deals in seven seaters available guys????

Good price

Special white ? How times have changed dealers now charging for solid white .

wtf, the two builders sharing a sausage, mouth to mouth !! they are giving out the wrong message, it looks a fun car for a girl - 18-25, that is the target audience they should of gone for, kinda looks like an avert made from The Apprentice candidates, and they all get fired !!!!!!!

Heat for what I think is a good deal for a funky little car

Had a Ford Ka for 15 years paid £500 more than this ,small cars like this are incredible value for money today.

Had a Ford Ka for 15 years paid £500 more than this ,small cars like this are incredible value for money today.

myotherusernameisclean

Is drivethedeal safe to use? What if I urgently needed a car in under 4 … Is drivethedeal safe to use? What if I urgently needed a car in under 4 weeks?



Totally. They are just brokers who will refer you to a UK main dealer with whom you will complete your purchase. I bought an Audi through them in April.

Fantastic price. 5 year warranty too?

Looks like you've got to fill a form in just to get a price at Drivethedeal. Not biting.

Just be wary - these deals are often on 'old stock' - the aygo in the picture came out in the last 12 months so you might find this deal is for the 'last gen' car (I can't tell from the website). Its still a good deal, but it would probably affect future values if so.

wtf, the two builders sharing a sausage, mouth to mouth !! they are giving out the wrong message, it looks a fun car for a girl - 18-25, that is the target audience they should of gone for, kinda looks like an avert made from The Apprentice candidates, and they all get fired !!!!!!!

Heat for what I think is a good deal for a funky little car

buglawton

Looks like you've got to fill a form in just to get a price at … Looks like you've got to fill a form in just to get a price at Drivethedeal. Not biting.


Drive the deal are a safe site. I regularly visit to check deals. Every now and then, you have to input your details. I've never had any spam as a result.
You can use any postal address and get a temp email address at getairmail.com if you're concerned.

WBRacing

Totally. They are just brokers who will refer you to a UK main dealer … Totally. They are just brokers who will refer you to a UK main dealer with whom you will complete your purchase. I bought an Audi through them in April.


I had a quote from them for a Citroen C1 last year. My chosen dealer matched it to within a few quid.

5lab

Just be wary - these deals are often on 'old stock' - the aygo in the … Just be wary - these deals are often on 'old stock' - the aygo in the picture came out in the last 12 months so you might find this deal is for the 'last gen' car (I can't tell from the website). Its still a good deal, but it would probably affect future values if so.



It's the new model as they didn't produce the X trim in the previous shape.

Good deal, was thinking of getting a vw up but this is tempting

privatepyle11

Good deal, was thinking of getting a vw up but this is tempting



Lease an Up or buy an Aygo.

I'd buy the Aygo for the five year warranty.

Just bought a new Audi A3 "through" them. They just take a deposit (on a credit card) and then pass you onto the dealer, so very safe.

Saved over £5k on my loaded Sportback.

I have no idea If this deal is hot or not but that advert made me smile! Your a lucky op have some heat!

Original Poster

barnabyb

Just bought a new Audi A3 "through" them. They just take a deposit (on a … Just bought a new Audi A3 "through" them. They just take a deposit (on a credit card) and then pass you onto the dealer, so very safe.Saved over £5k on my loaded Sportback.



That deposit isn't compulsory, there's a tick box saying if you don't want too

One of my friends bought a 6/7 series off them and got it at half price! RRP was 60k~ he got it for 30k~... So definitely worth using!

Is part exchage welcome?

Original Poster

Cro_Baron

Is part exchage welcome?



Matters on the dealer they put you in touch with.

bountyhunter53

Matters on the dealer they put you in touch with.



One thing to note is the "cost to change" - if you are getting an amazing deal on your new car, you will likely be disappointed with what they offer - be realistic, you don't get a great price at both ends if you have a p/x to chop in.

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monkeyhanger75

One thing to note is the "cost to change" - if you are getting an amazing … One thing to note is the "cost to change" - if you are getting an amazing deal on your new car, you will likely be disappointed with what they offer - be realistic, you don't get a great price at both ends if you have a p/x to chop in.



Yup most likely they'll give you a really crappy cash price on your p/x. Specially if your going with this deal...

Driveadeal isn't old stock, they quoting march delivery times so its a factory order.

My dealer is a few hundred off this deal but I'm going with them.

Keep this for 5 years as a run about then sell. I did the same with a C1, bargain motoring.
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