The 2023 Toyota Wigo (called the Agya in Indonesia) has just made its world debut. The next generation of Toyota’s supermini has been reworked from the ground up to maintain its popularity in the affordable car segment and to compete with more modern rivals such as the Honda Brio.
From a styling perspective, the new Wigo doesn’t entirely rewrite the design rulebook. It carries over a similar silhouette, but with a few more modern touches such as sleeker LED lighting with LED daytime running lights, and a more dominant grille.
In Indonesia, the Wigo comes with a GR Sport variant, which gets a black contrasting roof, a sportier bodykit, and sportier alloy wheels.
As for the interior, the 2023 Toyota Wigo shares a lot with the Avanza, Veloz, and Raize. That’s not that surprising because the Wigo rides on the same Daihatsu New Global Architecture (DNGA) that is meant for affordable vehicles for emerging markets. Depending on the variant, the Wigo can be equipped with a 7-inch digital instrument cluster, an 8-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, push-button start, just to name a few. The GR Sport will most likely come with a sportier layout with various GR badges and red elements.
Under the hood of the 2023 Toyota Wigo is a 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine that’s been carried over unchanged from the outgoing generation. What’s new for this generation is the choice of a CVT instead of a 4-speed automatic, while those who prefer to row their own gears can get a 5-speed manual.
The 2023 Toyota Wigo will be assembled in Indonesia, while a Philippine launch will most likely happen in Q4 2022.
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