When it comes to the Toyota 2020 Yaris Sedan, smooth driving capacity and fuel economy are just two of the appealing aspects of this affordable car.
Decent space capacity, stable fuel efficiency, and sporty driving handling come together in the Toyota 2020 Yaris Hatchback.
Toyota’s 2019 Yaris brings three trim packages with sleek new exterior styling, a comfortable, feature-rich interior, and great fuel efficiency – all at an affordable price.
The compact Yaris gives drivers an economical and eco-friendly way to get from point A to B.
The Toyota Yaris was designed to deliver features and comfort while not breaking your budget.
The Yaris offers a well-outfitted, entry-level economy hatchback that’s available in either two or four-door combinations.
Ideal for entry-level buyers, the Yaris offers a two and four-door model with decent standard equipment and plenty of available upgrades.
A sub-compact car focused on fuel efficiency, the 2014 Toyota Yaris comes in 3-door and 5-door hatchback trim levels.
The 2013 Toyota Yaris is a FWD subcompact car available in three-door hatch and five-door hatch trim levels.
Sporting a refreshed exterior, the 2012 Toyota Yaris is a FWD subcompact car available in three-door hatch and five-door hatch trim levels.
A subcompact car available in multiple trims, the 2011 Toyota Yaris is an affordable and practical way to get around.
A fuel-efficient compact car, the 2010 Toyota Yaris is available as a three-door hatchback, four-door sedan, or a five-door hatchback.
A variety of body styles, a track record for reliability and fuel efficiency make the 2009 Toyota Yaris a popular subcompact coupe for those seeking economy and flexibility.
An entry-level subcompact available as a hatchback or sedan, the 2008 Toyota Yaris has seating for five passengers and achieves a very economical 29 mpg city and 36 mpg highway.
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The three-door Yaris hatchback was unveiled in 2007 as anall-new addition to the Toyota lineup. The addition of the sportier S trimlevel was the only add-on for 2008. For 2009, side curtain airbags and antilockbrakes were made standard and a four-door version of the Yaris debuted. In 2010, stability and traction control were added as standard features. 2011 would see no updates, with an all-new Yaris being released in 2012. The Yariscould carry over through 2013-2014 relatively unchanged.