Toyota Yaris Features –
- 3 or 5 doors
- 15.6 cubic feet of cargo space
- None airbags
- Easy to park
Yaris is as unique as you are, with all the features you want. Its sleek styling has all the right curves, and new available projector-beam headlights and an oversize blacked-out grille add attitude. Available LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL) feature an accent light bar for added eye-catching style. And with its spoiler, integrated fog lights and 16-in. machined-finish alloy wheels, Yaris SE is always ready to show off its sporty side. So get inside. Let’s go for a ride.
Good times are coming once you sit inside Yaris. Available white stitching on the seats grabs your attention, and available piano-black accents on the gearshift surround and steering wheel add an extra touch of class. And with Yaris Entune Audio with 6.1-in. touch-screen display, you’ve got plenty of tech to keep you informed.
What are critics saying about the Toyota Yaris?
Over the years, the humbly priced subcompact car has evolved in the best way possible, and today’s models deliver much more than just basic transportation. Quite a few choices in this entry-level class offer features that were formerly reserved for cars that are larger and more expensive. In many ways, the 2015 Toyota Yaris hatchback holds its own with the current crop of overachieving subcompacts ? but also trails them on certain significant fronts. Read More >>
Car and Driver –
In an increasingly cutthroat segment, the Yaris is a well-made but unremarkable option. Available as a three- or five-door hatchback, the Yaris showcases fresh, assertive styling and Toyota’s Entune infotainment system. Both five-speed manual and four-speed automatic transmissions are available. We suggest the manual to help squeeze as much life out of the feeble 106-hp 1.5-liter four as possible. Treat yourself to the more agile SE model and you’ll enjoy a firmer suspension and better brakes. Read More >>
Motor Trend –
The 2015 Yaris excels at being a car that goes from A to B reliably and efficiently. In a First Drive review, we noted that “little has been done to advance it as a car,” making it one of the least competitive subcompacts on the market. Despite the more aggressive exterior styling, the 2015 Yaris doesn’t drive well due to its antiquated powertrain, unimpressive technology, and low-rent interior. The car remains a driving appliance that sacrifices refinement, driving dynamics, and gadgets in the name of reliability, causing it to fall behind in the subcompact segment. Read More >>