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When it comes to mini hatchbacks, the Toyota Wigo has proven itself to be a dominant force of this diminutive domain. Since debuting in 2014, this little Toyota has become a popular choice among car buyers looking for an affordable ride from a trusted carmaker. Naturally, people were excited to see what the face-lifted version had to offer.
Turns out, it's got plenty. At first glance, you can see right away that its got a tougher edge to its look, thanks to a redesigned front fascia and sharper lines all around. Inside, there's a new touchscreen monitor and added seat trims, though the driving position is a bit hit and miss.
The biggest change here is the new VVT-i powertrain, which is a welcome change from the old sluggish one. Now, the acceleration is smoother and more refined.
If you want to see more of the new macho hatch, check out our video above.