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Just picked this up at the end of last week, it was pre-registered 30th September and had just 4 miles on the clock when I picked her up. So far I'm loving it! 

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3 hours ago, Dave the aygo said:

Nice I have had three red ones they really do polish up good

yeah gotta admit I did love my red one.

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On 1/19/2022 at 9:07 AM, PetrolDave said:

Looking good - what spec is it?

Its X-Trend, really happy with it. I'm coming from much bigger/more expensive cars (retired now..) but the overall spec is very impressive! 

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On 1/18/2022 at 9:31 PM, NorthantsRob said:

Just picked this up at the end of last week, it was pre-registered 30th September and had just 4 miles on the clock when I picked her up. So far I'm loving it! 

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Just now, Didoody said:

 

Snap. I picked up my new Aygo on 20/1/22. It’s a silver x-clusiv 19 reg with only 4K on the clock. I’m pleased with the spec and how it drives in 2nd gear upwards, but struggling in 1st & reverse. My previous car was a TT roadster & I’m now at an age where it wasn’t practical any more. But I’m missing the powerful engine. The TT was much easier to drive. I feel like I’m learning to drive all over again. How do you find this 998cc engine? Any tips? 

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2 minutes ago, Didoody said:

 I feel like I’m learning to drive all over again. How do you find this 998cc engine? Any tips? 

Driving a smaller engined car like the Aygo is all about preserving momentum, change down early when you can see a hill or a traffic queue ahead.

Plus I've found that changing out of first ASAP and getting into second soon makes for the best 'traffic light grand prix'!

BTW I used to drive a Mk1 and an Audi RS4 - they were both enjoyable drives, the RS4 because of the shear power (440PS) and the Mk1 because you had to concentrate on 'driving' it.

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Thank you for the advice. My TT was a MK 1. I had her 16yrs, but was facing some expensive repairs. To be honest she was wasted on me with only 40k on the clock & she will be 17 in April. The owner of our local garage was very happy to buy her & I was pleased she went to a good home. He can maintain her at cost price. I knew Toyota would have sent her to auction. Sentimental I know?? I’m hoping this Aygo will eventually take up the same place in my heart. Plus with 2 grandkids now on the scene, the Aygo is much more practical. 

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On 1/23/2022 at 5:35 PM, Didoody said:

Snap. I picked up my new Aygo on 20/1/22. It’s a silver x-clusiv 19 reg with only 4K on the clock. I’m pleased with the spec and how it drives in 2nd gear upwards, but struggling in 1st & reverse. My previous car was a TT roadster & I’m now at an age where it wasn’t practical any more. But I’m missing the powerful engine. The TT was much easier to drive. I feel like I’m learning to drive all over again. How do you find this 998cc engine? Any tips? 

Sounds like a nice Aygo you bought!

Yes, I'm also getting used to mine - it's absolutely fine but like you, I've been used to driving faster and more powerful (usually company) cars previously and the Aygo requires a different driving style. Great on fuel though! I'm relatively recently retired so this is perfect for me...and I can get my Granddaughter in this, which I couldn't in my old 2-seater.

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28 minutes ago, Dave the aygo said:

Boots a bit small but when it's full we know it's got, a weeks food in it for us lol

...it is a bit small but prior to the Aygo I was driving an old MG TF - tiny boot in that and, as it shares air space with the mid-engine, it used to get hot in there too. You definitely wouldn't want to put a week of food in a TF boot, it would cook by the time you got home!! 😃

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The TT roadster had a fabulously large boot. But then again only 2 seats. If I have a lot of shopping bags there is the option to drop down one or two of the back seats. So I guess that makes them even. 

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I think it's quite a change if you had the TT before.

I had a Mégane 4 and I liked that one better except it needed a new engine on 20.000 miles, design failure in the 1,2 tce. New engine had oil dilution from day 1 on my typical short drives I did.

Didn't want to keep it for that reason but still miss it now. 

I agree you need to drive this car with more attention than many others but I guess it does its job.

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I went from 280bhp Scirocco R to an Aygo so very different but enjoy it for its own reasons as expected within its class of course

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