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The Most Common Toyota Aygo Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Toyota Aygo. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Aygo

This little Aygo is most at home zipping about City streets and on short trips to the supermarket. Due to its successful advertising and sponsor campaigns, it has become a household name. Toyota proudly dubs it their ‘compact city car’ and predictably does very well in the European market.

Toyota first brought out the Aygo in 2005, and to date, there have been two main generations. It was first debuted at the Salon de L’Automobile Geneve. The fact that the Aygo looks very similar to the Citroen C1 is no coincidence. These two cars share the same platform along with the Peugeot 107 & 108. Officially, Toyota technically ended the Aygo in 2021, and was replaced by the crossover Aygo X. This was to make a shift in the right direction towards the demands of the recent market. Toyota explains the name Aygo as to be pronounced as i-go, meaning freedom and mobility.

In 2005, Toyota came together with Peugeot and Citroen to pool resources and share production meaning lower costs that they could pass on to their customers to really take over the ‘small car’ corner of the market. Really, the main differences between these three cars, aside from the badges, are the rear side windows, steering wheel and front and rear ends. There are two engines for the Aygo, 1.0-litre, 3-cylinder and 1.4-litre turbodiesel.

In January 2010, there was a worldwide recall of the Toyota Aygo, Peugeot 107 and Citroen C1 for all 2005 – 2009 models. Some of these cars reported a faulty sticking accelerator pedal. It was later discovered that this technical issue only applied to automatic gearboxes. Aside from this one isolated issue, the German Automobile Club reports that the Aygo has fewer breakdowns in comparison to other similar models.

In May 2010, the Aygo topped the ‘sub small car class.’ It also did well when the repair costs were taken into consideration. The most identifiable feature of the Aygo is the large cross on the front grill, leading to Toyota calling it ‘sophisticated, distinct and unquestionably cool.’