All New Toyota Yaris Cross 2023 has 1 different colors available: Black. All Toyota Yaris Cross colours options images can be found here!
Toyota Yaris Cross 2023 has 43 images and photos, includes 8 interior images & photos, 35 exterior images & photos, 0 images of Toyota Yaris Cross engine and others. Check out at the front view, rear view, side and top view of new Toyota Yaris Cross 2023 here.
This here is the all-new 2023 Toyota Yaris Cross for our region, having just been unveiled in Indonesia. The small SUV also could preview the upcoming Perodua D66B for Malaysia. Locally-assembled in the country as well, here's the variant breakdown and prices: Yaris Cross Hybrid GR Sport: IDR 460m (~RM 140k) Yaris Cross Non Hybrid GR Sport: IDR 450m (~RM 137k) Yaris Cross S CVT: IDR 416m (~RM 126k) Yaris Cross S Manual: IDR 405m (~RM 123k) Yaris Cross G CVT: IDR 363m (~RM 110k) Yaris Cross G Man
As reported a few times, the upcoming Indonesia-bound 2023 Toyota Yaris Cross will be different to the existing model sold in developed markets like Europe, Japan, Australia, and Singapore. It also seems that the Indo-spec Yaris Cross is getting ready to start production by the first half of the year. Based on a scoop obtained by OtoDriver, the DNGA-based Yaris Cross is said to start production in June 2023. Furthermore, the source also informed the Indonesian automotive publication that the upc
The Toyota Yaris Cross will be entering the ASEAN region soon, as a scoop from Thailand’s headlightmag revealed. While the Yaris Cross name is identical to the already-on-sale, TNGA-B-based model that’s offered in Singapore, Japan, and Europe, this upcoming Yaris Cross will be different. Instead of the pricey TNGA-B platform, the ASEAN Yaris Cross will be underpinned by the DNGA platform, similar to the D92A / AC100 Toyota Vios, Perodua Ativa, Perodua Alza, and soon-to-be launched D74A Perodua A
Toyota is seeking to replace the popular but ageing Toyota Rush with an extended version of the Toyota Yaris Cross but there is a huge probability that it would be different from the SUV that is currently available in Japan, Europe, Singapore, and Australia. Though the rendering in the cover photo envisions what a 7-seater Yaris Cross could look like, sources told Indonesian automotive publication, OtoDriver, that the elongated Yaris Cross is currently undergoing testing in the archipelago and i
The Toyota Yaris Cross could be coming to the greater ASEAN market as soon as next year, but it will be different from the model of the same name that's currently sold in Japan and certain markets, plus it's likely to replace the Toyota Rush. Sources close to Indonesian media says that the Rush (twin to the Daihatsu Terios, and Perodua Aruz in Malaysia) could be discontinued in 2023, while the Terios will soldier on with its rear-wheel drive format. Also read: Review: Perodua Aruz 1.5 AV, is it
As cool as the Toyota Yaris Cross is in looks, unfortunately, the SUV that’s built on the TNGA-B platform is unlikely to make it into most markets in Southeast Asia including Malaysia. But don’t lose hope just yet because according to some sources, the name might be applied to an entirely different model that seems to be unique for the region. An unnamed source told Indonesia’s OtoDriver that the Yaris Cross name could be introduced in the country and it would be completely different from the on
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