City cars these days have to look good in order to have a broad appeal, and the Toyota Aygo X-Wave Hatchback certainly boasts a pretty but assertive face. Its distinctive styling is only part of its charm, though; it’s bigger than last time around, which makes it more useful, and it’s also really economical. There isn’t a huge amount of power available, but if you’re on the lookout for something that’s small but practical, doesn’t cost much to buy or run, and handles consummately, this super-compact and super cheerful city car is worth a closer look. OSV investigates with our Toyota Aygo X-Wave Hatchback review.
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