The X-Cite fascinates Toyota lovers at first glance with the eye-catching Red Pop bodywork with contrasting black roof and side mirror casings. Moreover, distinctive black front end, the A-pillar extensions, rear bumper insert and 15-inch gloss black alloy wheels, with red center caps also highlight the car’s impressive appearance.
The X-Cite fascinates Toyota lovers at first glance with the eye-catching Red Pop bodywork
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Combo red and black continues to dominate the cabin. Namely, new Blaze upholstery is the combination between black fabric and red bolsters along with contrast stitching. Plus, the upper door trims and air vent surrounds are painted in red while the center console and gear shift are in gloss black.
Combo red and black continues to dominate the cabin
In terms of equipment, the Toyota X-Cite comes with automatic air conditioning and headlights, X-Touch multimedia system with 7-inch touchscreen, rear privacy glass, reversing camera and fog lamps.
The X-Cite is driven by a 69bhp 1.0-liter three-cylinder petrol engine, mated to either a 5-speed manual transmission or an optional x-shift automated manual gearbox.
Pricing for the Toyota Aygo X-Cite goes from £12,520 (₱ 803,161). Opting for the x-shift auto trim will set you back £13,220 (₱ 848,066).
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