Value For Money

Fuel economy

The Wigo is a no-nonsense city hatchback. It surely isn’t the most beautiful car in its segment, neither is it the best to drive. But as an overall package, there is simply nothing that can beat the Wigo. Toyota’s reliability is an added plus. It would have been great if Toyota would have given the Wigo better interiors, but at one can not complain at this price point.

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