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BY ANDY ENRIGHT
Added 28th March, 2014
, updated 23rd December, 2015
Later versions of the first generation Toyota Aygo did their best to fight the growing sophistication of citycar rivals, but without an all-new model it was always a fight the Japanese brand was always destined to lose. That model arrived in 2014 and many may wonder what the justification might be in buying a later version of the older outdated car. The answer is because it's cheap and it's reliable.
No, it's not the last word in sophistication, but if you want a small city runabout that feels like it's been well engineered but don't want to pay through the nose, later versions of the MK1 Aygo still make a great deal of sense. Get the right deal on one and we'd wager you'd be very satisfied.
You can see why pick-up sales continue to rise. They're practical, tax efficient and more car-like than ever before. Too car-like perhaps? If you're worried on that score, then this improved post-2012-era sixth generation Hilux will suit you perfectly. Changes to this smarter, more frugal Euro5-compatible model made it a slightly more practical day-to-day tarmac tool, but never far below the surface is the rugged toughness that has taken this vehicle to the furthest and most inhospitable parts of the Globe.
From Alaska to the Sahara to the Australian Outback, this is the vehicle of choice for people who need to get the job done. Drive one and you can see why.
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Toyota has been continually improving its third generation Yaris supermini, but the package of revisions we look at here is the most far-reaching yet, delivering an all-new look, a new 1.5-litre petrol engine and standardisation of the brand's camera-driven 'Safety Sense' package. What was already a class act has just become genuinely hard to overlook.
Toyota has spent over 90 million Euros improving this model, so we're talking about more than just a light facelift here. The front end is completely new, much sleeker and claasier than before. The big news on the engine front is the introduction of a new 1.5-litre petrol engine to replace the previous aging 1.33-litre unit. Power output is up 10% to 110bhp and fuel consumption has been improved by 12%.
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