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Toyota Aygo Automatic

 

In some of the latest news today making its way out of the Japanese car company known as Toyota, we are pleased to report on one of the upcoming vehicle releases from the brand which is all set to be launched here in the UK and across other parts of the globe too and comes your way in the form of the all new Aygo automatic model.

 

The model joins along side the second generation Aygo which is also set to be launched later this year. In our opinion the original Aygo model from the mass manufacturer certainly proved to be one of the finest made and selling cars in the companies history along side models such as the Rav 4 but, with some tough competition from the likes of Nissan amongst other manufacturers with similar models currently available, what is it about this all new Aygo addition to the range that makes it stand out in todays car world?

 

The key attractions of the all new Toyota Aygo automatic

 

Why should you choose to make the investment into this brand new model when it sees a launch later this year and, what makes it stand out above some fierce competition from the likes of Ford and Vauxhall? Well firstly, it has been confirmed that with this all new Aygo model you can expect to receive, a 1.0 litre, three cylinder that overall will produce 68 units of brake horsepower and will therefore make the sprint from 0 to 62 miles per hour in a time of just 14.2 seconds.

 

With these statistics in mind, we see the Aygo automatic hit top speeds overall of 99 miles per hour. The vehicle will be made available in only a front wheel drive format but will also come complete with a five speed,manual transmission system.

 

The vehicle will also come with some thrown in features and added pieces of equipment too that may persuade you to make the investment into this model and, we see these come with a multi functioning steering wheel, a keyless start system and expect a set of 15 inch alloy wheels to be thrown into the mix too. Customers will be faced with an option at the time of purchase too which comes in the shape and form of a seven inch touch screen system.

 

What will be the selling price of the Toyota Aygo automatic?

First before jumping into the price tag, we are pleased to report that the Toyota Aygo automatic model will go on sale this year from July. In terms of how much you can expect to pay for the car. It is reported that the cost will be around £9,000.