Toyota Yaris iA Pricing & Reviews

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In the U.S. auto market, Toyota replaced the strange little Echo with the more conservatively drawn, globally offered Yaris for the 2005 model year. At that time, it was available in hatchback and sedan body styles. A redesign for 2012 left the sedan off of Toyota’s U.S. roster. Today, the Yaris is a hatchback sourced from a factory in France, while the Yaris iA is a sedan sourced from a Mazda assembly plant in Japan. Originally a Scion, the iA was absorbed into the Toyota lineup as a member of the Yaris family. It is basically a Mazda 2 equipped with Toyota front styling.

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MSRP:
$15,950-$17,050
EPA:
31 CITY / 39 HWY
MSRP:
$15,950-$17,050
EPA:
31 CITY / 39 HWY
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