2012 TOYOTA YARIS
My research led to me to this car after scouring what's available online. It's cute, zippy, economical and fun to drive. I especially like the model/body change as well as the updated interior. It feels like I'm driving a Mini-Cooper (without the added expense)!
2012 TOYOTA YARIS
What my wife liked. My wife car. Has Bluetooth, speak and choose what you want to do. Good gas mileage so far. Has not gotten the 40 mpg yet.
by J.F.BEATTY SR.
2009 TOYOTA YARIS
I love this car! There was a little road rash damage on front bumper and it had a slight scratch and smush on the rear bumper but other than that and some normal maintenance work, it was in great shape. Low mileage for it's age at 74,200. I got it for less than $6000!! The MPG is amazing! Zippy on the road and fun to drive stick shift. I got the base model but it still has A/C and cruise control standard. Overall, I am very satisfied.
2010 TOYOTA YARIS
Love the gas mileage - about 38mpg for me, space in back (wow! as much as those new mini SUVs), handling, zip on the highway, anywhere-parking, comfort, and of course that Toyota reliability! All that and it looks pretty good in this metallic gray.
by Happy Yaris Owner
2008 TOYOTA YARIS
This has been a reliable, very fuel efficient vehicle with no repairs required for the past 8 years. We purchased it new and it now has
108,000+ miles with no problems. Routine maintenance was performed faithfully. It is easy to clean; paint is fine even after 8 years being left outside. Easy to get in and out of and easy to park.
Toyota Yaris Information
As Toyota's smallest and least expensive U.S. offering, coming in at just over one ton, the Yaris is the epitome of a 'subcompact' car.
Coming in either a three door or five door hatchback options the Yaris made its American debut in 2006 and was immediately lauded for its more stylish 'urban-chic' appearance after it replaced the Toyota Echo.
The current and second generation of the Yaris debuted in 2012. Adding 3 inches in length this Yaris offers more in the way of luggage space, leg room and added safety features. But, despite being a little car, the Toyota Yaris has some pep in its step with a 1.5 liter, 106-hp four cylinder engine, and offers excellent fuel economy. Plus, with smooth steering and easy parking it is a great city car.
Where the Yaris truly stands out is in its price tag. With new models only costing $15,000, the used car shopper can get a good car for a great price!
On the standard 'L' model you'll get, 15 inch steel wheels, a rear windshield wiper, power locks, air conditioning, a tilt steering wheel, fold-down rear bench seat, 4 speaker CD player with auxiliary audio jack with USB connectivity.
On the LE trim level standard upgrades include, power windows, keyless entry, Bluetooth audio and phone, 6 speaker sound system. And Sport features include, 16 inch wheels, performance tires, foglamps, cruise control and four-wheel disc brakes.
- 2014's winner of Best Resale value by Kelley Blue Book.
- 2014's Best Overall Value winner by IntelliChoice.
- Edmunds awarded the Yaris for its low cost of ownership.