Toyota Aygo X (2022): That’s what the mini SUV costs
Price and market launch: The Aygo X will be more expensive than its predecessor
Dimensions: new Aygo X significantly larger thanks to Yaris platform
● Length: 3.70 meters (3700mm)
● Broad: 1.74 meters (1740mm)
● Height: 1.53 meters (1525mm)
● Wheelbase: 2.43 meters (2430 mm)
● trunk: 231 liters; 829 liters with the rear seat folded down
Interior: The Aygo X also offers space for tall people
The choice of materials is typical of small cars: to the ubiquitous hard plastic joins in front and behind painted sheet metal in the doors. If tall people have taken a seat at the front, the backbenchers will be very busy Willingness to compromise required – but for driving through the city it should easily be enough for most people. The hinged windows in the rear doors are rustic, the flapping trunk cover simply falls out – the Aygo X does not cover more than the basic needs of individual mobility.
Engine: It stays with the three-cylinder
When it comes to the drive, Toyota uses the tried and tested. Under the hood works the well-known Three-cylinder petrol engine without supercharging. The engineers get from one liter displacement 72 hp and up to 93 Nm of torque, which are sent to the front wheels. Sounds like little, but the output of the little engine meets a very low curb weight.
Depending on the equipment, the Aygo X should only weigh between 940 and 1015 kilograms. It is switched either by manual five-speed gearbox or about a continuously variable automatic transmission called S-CVT, which is said to have been trained out of the tranige response. Of the consumption is using by Toyota 4.7 liters (hand switch) or 4.9 liters (automatic) specified according to WLTP. The performance is manageable: up to 158 km/h top, and from 0 to 100 laps around 16 seconds.
Length Width Height
72 hp (53 kW) at 6000 rpm
151 km/h (automatic) / 158 km/h (manual)
15.5 s (automatic) / 15.6 s (manual switch)
4.7 litres/100 km (manual) / 4.9 litres/100 km (automatic)