But any crossover will easily drive so far in the rough that most passers-by will think it’s crashed, so I have no qualms about tossing the Aygo X down a green lane, especially on a relatively dry day. , where its lack of four-wheel drive and efficiency-focused tires won’t be problematic.

I’m a bit more worried about the ford halfway along this section of the Fosse Way. I open the hood of the Aygo X to see where the air intake is. It’s high and will stay dry, and I’m equally concerned that water will leak out the bottom of the doors or lack traction. But it’s been a way of communication that’s been in use for nearly 2,000 years, and in that time someone will have been wetter and more stuck up than me.

They would laugh at my worried expression, so bravely – so, so bravely – I insist. It’s actually shallower than it looks here. You could go much, much further. Stick a set of knobby tires on your Aygo X and it’ll never lack grip either.

And be honest: how much more robust do you need? On a set of winter tires I think this would make a brilliant snow resort car.

True, small cars, by definition, do not have a lot of space inside. But I think there’s enough on the front of the Aygo X, and it has all the information and entertainment you can realistically use while driving. There are also heated seats for the winter and a rather pretty Citroën 2CV-style canvas hood for the summer.

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This notice was published: 2022-08-05 23:01:25