Toyota's most affordable car has just received its mid-cycle facelift for 2017 and gets a plethora of updates inside and out. Looking sharper than before, Toyota opted to give the A-segment hatchback a major nip and tuck with its aggressive front fascia and tweaked rear end. A new touchscreen infotainment also makes its way inside the 2017 Wigo, along with redesigned bucket seats. A new 1.2-liter inline-four engine powers the refreshed Wigo. A 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic are the available transmissions for the Wigo.

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And as the Excise Tax for automobiles looms on the horizon, it’s this segment that stands to benefit the most, seeing the most nominal change in price. As such, it’s rather timely that Toyota has updated the Wigo, prepping for what could be raised expectations from both long-time car owners and those that could be looking into this segment in the future.

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