This spacious yet compact car is ideal for those planning to explore the capital and our other underrated cities. The perfect choice for couples and small groups or families that need a fuel-efficient small car.
The Toyota Aygo is a stylish, comfortable 2WD that is a seamless fit for paved roads. If you’re looking for a robust, convenient, all-rounder rental car to get you around Iceland. Please note that this car is not permitted to drive on F-Roads, and off-road driving is highly illegal in Iceland. Illegal off-road driving can result in legal prosecution and hefty fines.
It seats four people comfortably with the capacity to fit one large suitcase in the back. With the backseats down, you can fit plenty more luggage.
More than a budget option, the Aygo comes with added features like USB charging, AUX audio port, Bluetooth compatibility, air bags and power steering. We also include studded tyres in the winter for added security.
The Aygo is a compact, comfortable rental car that is the natural choice for budget-savvy couples, travellers and small groups that want to explore Iceland’s fantastic cities, Golden Circle and a trip to the Blue Lagoon.
Lotus Car Rental offers the Aygo in manual and automatic transmission. Please visit our automatic Toyota Aygo page if you would prefer an automatic drive.
Please note, the Toyota Aygo is not permitted on F-Roads. If you would like to drive on our F-Roads, please view our range of 4x4s to rent in Iceland here.
Lotus Car Rental offers the Aygo in manual and automatic transmission. You are currently viewing our manual gearbox Toyota Aygo. View the automatic Toyota Aygo to rent here.
"Pick up at airport was smooth and easy. Friendly staff answered my questions and explained how everything works. No problems with the car. Glad we had 4x4 and studded tires! After our 2 week circle of the island we dropped the car back at the airport to find the same friendly faces asking about how the car performed and if I had any issues. Great customer service. Highly recommend renting a car from Lotus."
- Thomas Manet