If I had to change, It will be another Aygo
Added: 6th of December 2020
I love this car. Changed from Renault Megan to Toyota Aygo. Its basically a get in and drive car. I have it serviced at Toyota at regular intervals. Fulel cost is affordable. I have my one since 2012 and no machanical breakdowns thius far. I bought a new battery in 2014 (recommended by Toyota South Africa) Had the fuel pump changed in 2017 (recommended by Toyota S.A) and thats it. I can see the rear leg room to be somewhat of a challenge when taking long trips with adults in the back. But then again its just me, my partner and our 8yr old. Wev'e gone on long journeys for days on end and my Aygo has never let me down. The rear doors sound a bit tin(ish) when you open or close it...Dues not have that nice firm full-door sound as other cars would have..it is more of a metal agaist metal(empty) sound.But that dont bother me because the car makes up in other areas where other cars cant. The road holding is extremely safe both onnturns and straight driving. Power steering is a blessing I must add. Mine has a 1.0 L engin so on incline's or mountain roads, I shift down to 3rd so not to let her labor in top gear. On mountain roads its more of a up and down shifiting to maintain a reasonable speed and that works. I maintain her well and she pays me back by being extremely reliable. On one occasion we were dressed up to go to a wedding and I could swore I heard her whistle to me as I got behind the wheel...who knows....after all...we do have a good relationship. So yes..there is so much more I can say, but the Aygo deserves to carry the Toyota branding.