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2009 Toyota Aygo

2009 Toyota Aygo
2009 Toyota Aygo

Designed and built in Europe, the Aygo is 100% Toyota – with certain design elements like the bulge on the bonnet around the badge, and triangular quarter window, underscoring its Toyota pedigree.

2009 Toyota Aygo
2009 Toyota Aygo
2009 Toyota Aygo
2009 Toyota Aygo
2009 Toyota Aygo
2009 Toyota Aygo

Overall the Toyota Aygo design conveys a sporting look and fun aspect, as well as comfort and high quality finish.

2009 Toyota Aygo
2009 Toyota Aygo
2009 Toyota Aygo
2009 Toyota Aygo

The 2009 Toyota Aygo reinforces this spirit with a front grille and bumper that have been re-sculpted to emphasise a lower centre-of-gravity, while increasing the dynamism and width of the car.

Emphasising the feeling of security, Toyota Aygo is now 10mm longer thanks to its extended front bumper, and the fog lights have been more seamlessly integrated. In addition, the front grille has also been strengthened.

New circular chrome detailing has been added around the bulbs to accentuate the rear combi-light design, while the darkened housing also increases unity with the headlamps. New wheel covers and 14 inch alloy wheels have been designed to enhance the appeal of the Toyota Aygo.

On the 5-door version a black B-pillar is also used to give the Toyota Aygo an improved silhouette. Coloured side protection mouldings have also been integrated on the colour edition. The 2009 Toyota Aygo will be available in the brand new Comet Blue, which replaces the Reflective Blue and Sand colours.

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7 Responses to “ 2009 Toyota Aygo ”
  1. Thom Thibeault says:

    Why is the Toyota Aygo not sold in the US? I WANT THIS CAR!!!!! In 1993 I bought a Geo Metro (also 1.0 l, 3 cylinder engine) and it was a fantastic car with 50 mpg. America needs this car. Not all Americans are idiots who need a sporty, over-powered, gas-guzzler to resolve their self-esteem issues. MAKE THE AYGO AVAILABLE IN THE US!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Avariel76 says:

    I presume it does not meet U.S. safety standards or Toyota would be bringing it over already. They also are working on an even smaller Scion model based on the European Toyota iQ, which IMO is less practical than the Aygo. To be honest, the interior looks too cheap to me. If they better appointed it, I would consider buying one. The problem in the U.S. is that all small cars have cheap interiors. Not so in Europe.

  3. John Young says:

    It’s got nothing to do with safety Standards at all, quite simply in the “Land of the Free” the Government donot want you to have fuel economical cars. The Toyota IQ will soon be available in the USA but NOT with the 1.0 gas engine or the turbo diesel engine – in the “Land of the Free” you will just get the 1.5 liter engine.

  4. Michael Jackson says:

    No one would by them, just a select few would, but there really is not enough market for it. What we need to do is become socialist like Europe, when we become socialist we get rid of the middle class, hence we can only afford cheap efficient cars like Eggo. The real answer is Americans are very wealthy over their European counterpart, they do what they can, we do what we can afford. :D

  5. ali says:

    i love this car. if its available in usa i would love to buy this.please make this happen.

  6. Leila says:

    I agree – American’s are buying Smart Cars, the Yaris and mini seem to be doing well – atleast in the city where I live. I have been holding out hoping a car like this (great on gas, very small, can be used/converted for use with biodiesel) will make it here. Until that day I will drive my old car to the ground before buying new.

  7. maponya mmatsii enny says:

    need toyota aygo 2009


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