The four-door city car is less successful than its French sister in terms of styling. In fact apart from the revised bumper and the LEDs at the front, it’s hardly changed.
Toyota apparently didn’t have time for this little fella and just put together something in a bit of a hurry, so it won’t let down its European partners. The car is also the same as before inside the cabin and the only new thing it gets is an audio system.
In terms of the technicalities, it gets the same 68hp 1.0 liter three-cylinder petrol engine as the others with fuel consumption figure above 60 mpg and emissions of just 99 g/km.
Having looked at all three of these cars now, you have to say the Citroen is by far and away the best of the lot, both design-wise and in terms of equipments and features.