2007 Toyota Aygo Blue

Spring brings an addition to Toyota’s Aygo range, the new Aygo Blue, a model that offers high specification and extra style. Joining the established Aygo Black in the line-up, it expresses its blue theme in exclusive Lagoon Blue metallic paint, carpet mats and blue surrounds for the air vents and instrument panel.

Its true blue qualities extend to its high-tech specification, with the provision of Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free use of mobile phones.

And blue means cool, too, with air conditioning also provided as standard, with an integrated pollen filter and air recirculation function. A leather gear knob and a glovebox with lid completes the array of special features (this is also added to the specification of the Aygo Black model), but owners can go much further by choosing from a series of bespoke Aygo option packs.

These include a new Aygo Style pack, available for Aygo Blue and Aygo+ models, which provides front fog lamps, five-spoke 14-inch alloy wheels and chrome-effect front scuff plates. Aygo Blue is available in both three and five-door body styles, priced from £7,995 on the road. The new Aygo Style accessory pack costs £600, including VAT.
Aygo range revision

Toyota has revised the Aygo range to focus on customer preferences, deleting the Sport grade. The revised line-up offers four grades - Aygo, Aygo+, Aygo Black and Aygo Blue – all powered by Toyota’s remarkable three-cylinder 1.0-litre VVT-i petrol engine, with a choice of five-speed manual or optional MultiMode (M/M) transmission for an additional £500 (inc. VAT).


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