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Toyota reveals ‘luxurious’ Aygo Platinum

New range-topping trim for the popular Aygo

Toyota reveals 'luxurious' Aygo Platinum

Aygo Platinum boasts bigger alloys and special silver paint. But air-con is extra

The new Toyota Aygo Platinum adds a touch of luxury to the no-nonsense city car.

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The  Platinum trim level joins the Toyota Aygo line up as the range-topping model. It’s as close to luxurious as you’re going to get with an Aygo, but even so you still have to pay extra for air conditioning.

Aygo with Alcantara and leather

It’s based on the existing Aygo+ specification, but adds 14-inch alloy wheels, Crystal Silver metallic paint and six-speaker audio system. Even more significantly, it also features Alcantara and leather upholstery, plus a leather trimmed gearknob.

Toyota reveals 'luxurious' Aygo Platinum interior

The Aygo Platinum has Alcantara/leather seats

You can have three- or five-door versions, with five-speed manual or ‘Multimode’ automatic gearbox, all powered by a 67bhp 1.0-litre VVT-i petrol engine.

Aygo Platinum on sale now

Prices start at £8,995 for the three-door Aygo Platinum. Air conditioning costs an extra £490, the Multimode gearbox is £980 (including air-con), while electronic stability control is £340 and the ‘Xtra Protected’ pack with rear parking sensors and extra body mouldings is £380.

The Toyota Aygo Platinum is on sale now. As Toyota says, order before 1st January 2010 to avoid the scheduled VAT increase.

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