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Hi am new to this and am due to pick up my aygo tomorrow after so to speak downgrading from a qasqai which was a 2 litre and costing the earth. Enough said on that. Could someone tell me if the Aygo is ok for motorway driving and not just around town.

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Hello Vanda. Welcome to TOC. Have moved your post to the Aygo forum as you're more likely to get a range of responses.

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Hi Vanda and welcome along! ......Personally I find my Aygo fine on the m/way. If I'm honest the steering tends to go a little on the light side...makes me stay alert, which not a bad thing ;-) Before I got my Aygo I hired one for a week long trip touring Wales and was really impressed with its handling on all manor of roads...... :)

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Hi Colin,

Thanks for your speedy reply, I'm pleased to hear your comments on how the car goes on the motorway , as read some of the other comments and was starting to worry so thankyou once again.

Vanda

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Well, I guess it's an exciting day for you, picking up your new car :clap: ....I hope you enjoy it, and really it's like getting any other new car, it just takes a while to get used to it......I think you will enjoy how seldom you will need to refuel compared to your old car...

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I have a 2 litre bmw but have bought a 56 plate aygo for my 17 year old. Since I got it I've used it for work every day up and down the M4. Not once have I thought "should have used the bm"

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around town they sound growly but on the motorway they become quite quiet i was surprised at how much they quieten down,i would say you could travel a long distance in them without the engine noise tiring you

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around town they sound growly but on the motorway they become quite quiet i was surprised at how much they quieten down,i would say you could travel a long distance in them without the engine noise tiring you

around town they sound growly but on the motorway they become quite quiet i was surprised at how much they quieten down,i would say you could travel a long distance in them without the engine noise tiring you

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