If you are looking at an Aygo then you might consider the Citroen C1 or the Peugeot 107/108. They are the same car, built on the same production line in Czechia. The only difference is the trim, so the Citroen and Peugeot are cheaper versions of the same car.Driven both through work recently. The Hyundai i10 is incredibly basic and doesn’t have the best drive - will struggle going over 55mph.
Kia Picanto slightly better although if you’re looking for a car in that size and similar price the Toyota Aygo is much better equipped.
Think the newer Aygos come with touchscreen and reversing cameras as standard (which is unheard of for that car category)
I've got the Picanto GT Line. I bought it as an about town car and it's fine. Mine has leather seats and steering wheel cover but otherwise it's pretty straightforward. All round good vision, reliable and it can accelerate well for a small, basic car. Yesterday I took it on the M6 to J27 and back just to brush the cobwebs away. It handled 70 no problem.
My mate @CleveleysPete bought a white car at auction at Walton summit. Took it for a car wash only to find that massive rust patches were covered up with tippex.Repairing structural bodywork with chicken wire and concrete, anything else multiple sheets of fibreglass.
Most self respecting scrappers would turn mine away
Car buyers best city car Hyundai i10. There pick of the range SE connect 1.2 mpi
No, it's all lease these days, anyone under 25 should be given a budget of a grand and no access to garages by law, fix it yourself or don't drive, it's what we did and we never came to any harm, except that time with the brakes and the nuns.
FR was Blackpool registration district in the old days. My Dad had a Vauxhall Viva estate (1964) rego BFR180BFunny coincidence.
My first car was an Austin A40, Reg No. TFR 322.
2 or 3 cars later I had a Vauxhall Viva, Reg No. KFR322L.
btw, years later when In HMC&E in Luton I was the Officer for Vauxhall Motors.
Enjoyed it (only for 18 months) I could go anywhere in the factory I wanted to go, including the secret design area.
I oversaw the first ever Cavaliers (6 of them) which were imported from Belgium or Germany.
They were in fact going straight through the UK into Ireland. Our first came later.