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Toyota launches Aygo x-cite and x-pure special editions

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Toyota has announced two new versions of its Aygo city car – the x-cite and x-pure.

The x-cite comes with bright blue metallic paintwork along with colour-coded interior trim plus gloss black 15-inch alloy wheels and bold gloss black trim on front and rear bumpers. x-cite buyers can also specify their car with a two-tone finish, with a metallic black roof, front and rear pillars and tinted rear windows for an additional £395.

Inside, the x-cite blue trim is used for the air vent surrounds and floor mat edging, giving the cabin a more youthful feel, added to by the body colour metal on the inside of the doors. Similarly, the seats are finished with dark grey trim with contrasting blue and grey bolsters, while the centre console itself features more high gloss black trim.

Standard kit for the Aygo x-cite includes a touchscreen media system with Bluetooth functionality and a digital radio along with a handy reversing camera. Also standard are air conditioning, electric heated wing mirrors, driver’s seat height adjustment and split-folding rear seats.

The x-pure on the other hand has white paintwork along with white painted 15-inch alloy wheels and silver trim inserts on front and rear bumpers. The car also gains tinted rear windows plus grey fabric seats with white and light grey bolsters and silver-white centre console trim.

Both models are available with Toyota’s 1.0-litre petrol engine – with manual and automatic gearboxes – and in three or five-door form. Claimed fuel economy starts at 68.9mpg, with CO2 emissions from 95g/km – low enough for free annual car tax.

x-cite and x-pure models are available to order now, with prices starting at £11,295 and rising to £12,395 for five-door automatic versions. The first x-cite models will arrive with customers from June onwards, while x-pure models will be delivered from August onwards. All include Toyota’s five-year 100,000-mile warranty.

Author: Christofer Lloyd

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