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    I'm considering getting one, it would be the 1.0 VVT-i

    i might also get a renault clio

    I live in the countryside so dont really need something small

    need good fuel consumption as i will drive about 30 miles per day
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    It isn't a bad car but the Peugeot 107 and the Citroen C1 usually tend to be a better buy as you get the same car with better kit for less money.

    A bit underpowered even for a small car and not the most pleasant to drive but far from the worst.
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    C1, 107 and Aygo are basically the same car. Just choose between them for the kit.

    Although everybody's first car should have a door you need to kick to open properly... or a radio you have to tune to 96.6 to make the heating work...*
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    They're a great first car a bit girly I suppose. Don't find it too underpowered, can drive on the motorway with 2 passengers and get up to a good speed - just takes a bit longer. Insurance is cheap, does depend on a few factors though (eg, how long you've been driving, where you live etc). Road tax is cheap, cheap to run (probably fill it up with £15 every fortnight and that's using it every day).*
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    Drove one a few times , quite nippy . feels less solid than a yaris . Only thing i found was i found it easy to stall , bite point was hard to find and high up ,
 
 
 
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