Pratts Bottom? Badgers Mount? The choice is yours with the new Aygo Go!

Heard the one about Pratts Bottom? The Kent-based village (which is here, in case some of you thought we made it up) lends its name to the latest Toyota radio advert for the new feature-packed Aygo, the Aygo Go!

Toyota AYGO Go!

Of course, you don’t have to visit Pratts Bottom if you buy the new Aygo Go!, but you’ll be able to find it easily enough (and it’s amusingly named neighbour), thanks to the integrated TomTom satellite navigation unit that’s fitted as standard.

The built-in sat-nav is fully detachable, so you can take it with you wherever you go. And as well as displaying your route, the 4.3-inch touchscreen can show your music playlist (perhaps a few Supergrass tracks?) and even your SMS text messages. That’s not all – it can speak your text messages to you, too!

With Bluetooth and USB connectivity built in, you can listen to your favourite MP3s through your iPod, memory stick or the integrated CD player.

Toyota AYGO Go!

Of course, no matter where you head to, you’ll arrive in style. The Aygo Go! features newly designed alloy wheels, dark-tinted rear privacy glass and a leather-trimmed steering wheel.

Available in Chilli Red and Cirrus White, with metallic Carbon Quartz as an option, the Aygo Go! can be ordered in three and five-door body styles.

We almost forgot to mention that the sat-nav can display points of interest along your route – including petrol stations. As the Aygo Go! is powered by the ultra-frugal, award-winning 1.0-litre VVT-i petrol engine, that’s one feature we think you’ll hardly ever need.

Toyota 5 Year WarrantyAlong with the rest of the Toyota passenger car range, the new Aygo Go! is protected by Toyota’s five-year/100,000-mile new vehicle warranty. Available on the road from £9,750, click here or contact your local Toyota Centre to find out more.

Comments (3)

  1. This radio advert takes me back to my school years and having the mick out of my name every day for about 10 years.
    Do you think Toyota will mind if I sue them for mental trauma every time the radio advert comes on??

  2. “Heard the one about Pratts Bottom?” – Yes, I’ve actually heard it about 150 times now and I’m rather sick to be honest, Grant.

    Working from home I often listen to Capital FM from 9 till 7, and recently your advert never fails to be on. It was not something I found amusing the first time round, and after the 150th, its just plain annoying. I’ve actually gone out and bought CD’s so I don’t have to listen to this anymore!

    Please Grant, save yourselves some money and scrap this advert! There is only so many times I can hear “Pratts Bottom” per day before I find myself screaming at the radio “shut up”…

  3. The Pratts Bottom radio campaign is neither funny nor clever! Surely your highly paid advertising executives could’ve used their collective imagination to come up with something a little more impressive.

    By the way, I have been to the place in question.

    B Martin (Mr)

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