On the other hand, an Aygo is mainly built to get you from A to B in the cities, and frankly you don't need a 1.4 diesel for that.So, to wrap it all up: everywhere you would need a car to go around, the engine hampers the Aygo's progress. It's a light, frugal commuter, but the 1.4-litre turbo diesel option just has to be the engine to get - otherwise you're left cursing at the car and unable to see its better sides.
I would have taken the R8 in half a heartbeat and just tie the luggage to the rear bumper and drag it with me. Still, he did choose a S5 not an A2. Didn't they have RS6s?^erm that's a good review and all, but... you had the chance of driving an R8 and turned it down because of luggage???? :?
does not compute
When I went and looked at an Aygo a year or so ago the guys from Toyota told me not to go for the diesel because it's shit. However, you do get the ability to write 'TURBO' in huge green letters on the side.So, to wrap it all up: everywhere you would need a car to go around, the engine hampers the Aygo's progress. It's a light, frugal commuter, but the 1.4-litre turbo diesel option just has to be the engine to get
Wiki said:The diesel engine option has been discontinued from the Aygo range
Become a nudist?PS:
Like some of my friends you might wonder why I didn't chose the R8, which would have been a more logical choice (fyi the choice of car has no effect on the pricetag of the package).
The reason why I chose the S5 is quite simple: I wanted a comfy GT, to cruise around Germany while staying low-profile (R8's have a tendancy to attract quite some attention) + I wasn't quite sure whether the R8 could swallow my luggage.