Indepth Car Review: Toyota Aygo FULL REVIEW Facelift 2018 2019 – Autogefühl

Indepth Car Review: Toyota Aygo FULL REVIEW Facelift 2018 2019 – Autogefühl

Awesome Review: Toyota Aygo FULL REVIEW Facelift 2018 2019 – Autogefühl



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20 Replies to “Indepth Car Review: Toyota Aygo FULL REVIEW Facelift 2018 2019 – Autogefühl”

  1. GREAT review… If you serviced this car and changed the oil and oil filter often on this little car (Say every 10,000 KM) ..How many KM do you think it would last before the engine failed… If you were using the car to travel 100KM a day ..Mainly motorway work… I know this is not the best car in the World for motorway work.. But I can not afford a luxury new car like a brand new Volvo.. And I simply do not trust 2nd hand used cars.

  2. I have a 2014 toyota Aygo (1.0 3 cylinder engine) with just over 50,000 miles. Its been diagnosed by toyota as using between 0.8 a 1 litre of oil per 1000 miles (tested twice so far). Toyota says its within their specification and they will not investigate unless its 1ml over 1 litre per 1000 miles… For those that didn't know, this is stated in your toyota handbook and its what you agreed to when you purchased the vehicle from toyota or its within toyota warranty !!!

  3. I have two questions that I can't really find on Toyota's websites.
    – Does the 2018 Aygo come with Start-Stop for the engine when you stop at a traffic light? If so does it come for both M/T and A/T?
    – On the websites, Toyota say that the Speed limiter is available only for the M/T. Does the A/T you tested had speed limiter?

  4. It sounds like a microwave when Thomas turned on the ignition. So when they call this class of car , an "appliance" now i know that is a fair assessment 🙂

  5. I have a 2006 model and it runs great, not the best space, not fast, light steering but i fit 4 people and takes me from a to b with low consumption, music on mp3 and a happy face, its fun to drive

  6. Thomas – I soooo appreciate how much time & effort that you make (on all your reviews) by folding down all the rear seats to show luggage space & sitting in the rear seats to show knee and headroom. It's very important stuff.
    Many, many thanks.

  7. So this is a Japanese car, developed together with the French, built in Czech, with a Belgian number plate, driven in Denmark by a German journalist who speaks English.

  8. design wise, the front is good but the rear really looks really ugly and cheap just like 2017 version..the original Aygo rear looked wayyyyy better.

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