RM 70,940 - 84,808TBC

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Toyota Yaris Specs
SegmentB-Segment
BodyTypeHatchback
TransmissionCVT
Capacity1.5L
Horsepower107PS
Seats5

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Much like its sedan sibling, the Toyota Vios, the 2021 Toyota Yaris has also undergone a facelift. There's redesigned LED head lights and DRLs flanking an aggressive front fascia which at the same time, manages to look cleaner than the pre-facelift model. Three variants remain - the J, E and G - all powered by the same 2NR-VE, 1.5-litre, naturally-aspirated four-cylinder engine paired to a CVT, making 107 PS and 140 Nm. Like the Vios, the Yaris also benefits from the inclusion of Toyota Safety Sense (TSS) ADAS suite (for E & G variants).

Changes in the interior are a little less apparent, but welcomed. The cheap-looking silver trims give way to dark-grey ones and gone is the old infotainment system, now replaced by a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system that supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The Optitron instrument cluster is also available on the E variant now too. Other than that, new optional extras include front and rear DVRs and a wireless charger nestled in the car's centre console. Everything else - fabric seats, interior design - remains the same.

With a price range of RM 70k (J), RM 80k (E) and RM 84k (G), the Yaris is bound to go head-to-head with the upcoming 2021 Honda City Hatchback.  

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Toyota Yaris Reviews

  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Powertrain
  • Ride Comfort
  • Fuel Economy
  • Conclusion
  • Overview

    The Toyota Yaris fights against the Honda Jazz and Mazda 2. From our experience with the pre-facelift model, the cabin is supremely quiet, with a smooth and fuel efficient drive from the 1.5-litre engine that’s paired to a CVT. The facelifted Yaris bumps things up a bit by introducing Android Auto/Apple CarPlay support and Toyota Safety Sense ADAS suite in addition to its 7 airbags, blind-spot monitor with rear cross traffic alert and panoramic view monitor - making it the safest car in the B-segment hatchback market.   

  • Exterior

    2020 Toyota Yaris Gallery

    Design

    Gone is the bulbous exterior of the previous Yaris sold in Malaysia, the current version is Gone is the overly-fussy face of the pre-facelift, and the new version looks much sharper and cleaner thanks to redesigned front fascia with LED headlights and a front bumper. While the back and the wheels look the same as before, the design is an improvement over the last. Three colours are available this time - red, silver and white.

    Dimensions

    The 2020 Toyota Yaris (pre-facelift) measures in at 4,145 x 1,730 x 1,475 x 2,550 mm in length, width, height and wheelbase.

    2020 Toyota Yaris Dimensions
    Length  4,145 mm
    Width  1,730 mm
    Height  1,475 mm
    Wheelbase  2,550 mm

    Lighting

    Every variant now gets LED headlights and DRLs.  

    Wheels

    The Yaris retains the 16-inch wheels from the pre-facelift.   

  • Interior

    2019 Toyota Yaris interior

    Centre Console 

    Toyotas are not well-known for their cubby space distribution, though there are still a number of useful units strategically located they're still measuring on the small side

    Dashboard

    Like all Toyotas, the Yaris's dashboard is built with good quality material and fitted nicely to enforce the quiet cabin that Toyota is going for.

    2019 Toyota Yaris rear leg room

    Space

    If compared to its competitors, the Yaris does not have ample space for a tall person to stretch. But it is still enough for a comfortable sprawl.

    Boot

    You can still easily fit a 28-inch luggage bag comfortably though it is still comparatively small against its sedan sibling, the Vios.

  • Features

    2019 Toyota Yaris blind spot monitor

    2020 Toyota Yaris Specs and Features

    Safety Feature

    This is where the Yaris sets itself apart from its competitors. 7 airbags, VSC, Traction Control and HAC come as standard on all variants. There is also blind-spot monitor, rear cross traffic alert and even Panoramic View Monitor to safely park your car without the fear of hitting any kerbs. The facelift model adds Toyota Safety Sense Lane Departure Assist and AEB.  

    2019 Toyota Yaris infotainment

    Infotainment

    Though launched in 2019, the Yaris is still not equipped with Apple CarPlay or Android Auto ready. But the crisp touchscreen display is connected to a DVD Player and allows The new Yaris gets Apple CarPlay and Android Auto now!

  • Powertrain

    2019 Toyota Yaris engine

     *Review based on 2019 pre-facelift Toyota Yaris.  

    Engine

    It's not the fastest engine in its class with power output figures like 107 PS and 140 Nm, but if driven in the city, the 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine hardly feels like it is lacking in power.

    2019 Toyota Yaris Engine
    2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5-l Dual VVT-i petrol engine 107 ps @ 6,000 rpm 140 Nm @ 4,200 rpm

    Transmission

    Since the new generation's arrival, the Yaris can comfortably lay claim to the smoothest CVT of its class. Too bad we can't say it's the quietest.

    Front-wheel drive

    The Toyota Yaris is front wheel drive only

  • Ride Comfort

    2019 Toyota Yaris front seats

     *Review based on 2019 pre-facelift Toyota Yaris.  

    Sound Proofing

    Since it's launch in 2019, the Yaris came with the quietest cabin in class. Toyota has insulated the car well and the cause is helped by the acoustic windshield glass as well. At 90 km/h, the Yaris rates at 62 decibels while at 110 km/h, the Yaris' noise level reads at 68 decibels.

    Passenger Comfort

    Toyota set up the Yaris' suspension to best iron out the imperfections of Malaysian roads. So, while it might not have the cornering talent of the Mazda 2, the Yaris does give a comfortable ride.

  • Fuel Economy

    2019 Toyota Yaris fuel cap

     *Review based on 2019 pre-facelift Toyota Yaris.  

    Fuel Consumption

    In mixed conditions of stop-go traffic and highway driving, the Toyota Yaris returned a fuel consumption of 5.8L/ 100km. While it can't make the claim that it's the most fuel efficiency car in its class, the Yaris will still help you safe on fuel.

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  • Conclusion

    2019 Toyota Yaris rear quarter view

    Conclusion

    While the Toyota Yaris is not the car with the best driving experience you can get, it makes up the shortcoming with its comfortable cabin and fuel efficiency. And, the Yaris can certainly claim to be a value-for-money car thanks to the first-in-class safety features and 7 airbags just to name a few.

Toyota Yaris FAQ

  • What safety features do the Yaris have?

    • minikar

      minikar

      All Yaris have 7 airbags, ABS, EBD and VSC as standard. The new Yaris' infotainment system also supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Vehicle Telematics System (VTS) is standard on the E & G variants, and optional extras for all variants now include a wireless charger. 

  • What is the Toyota Yaris competing with?

  • How much is the Toyota Yaris?

    • Swee Hing

      Swee Hing

      The 2021 Toyota Yaris has three variants:

      1.5 J (AT) - RM 73,000
      1.5 E (AT) - RM 82,500
      1.5 G (AT) - RM 87,000  

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