Cheerful, but not so cheap
Recently in a cold damp spell in France, the passenger window glass fell into the door cavity whilst the window was being wound up. It only did it the once, and I can only assume that it didn't like all the condensation on the glass!
I wish that I had ordered a tachometer (Rev counter) when I ordered the car as I understand that they are very cheap as a factory fit. Unfortunately I didn't realise that there would not be a tacho in the Aygo Blue model, and it is really hard to judge engine speed of a 3 cylinder when you have driven 4 cylinder cars for 40 years. The Peugeot tacho is exactly the same at half the Toyota price, and took 5 minutes to fit.
Finish is not as good as the other Toyota models I have owned (1976 Corolla, 1996 Avensis, 1996 Celica, 2002 Yaris) and I am annoyed at such cost saving things as:-
1) No interior light switch on the passenger door. (Not even a rubber bung in the hole - just a bit of sticky tape over it!)
2) No warning buzzer if you switch off the ignition with the lights on - how much extra would that cost?
Expensive compared to the Citroen and Peugeot models.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 5th December, 2009