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toyota yaris key Q&A Review

What if a car doesn’t originally come with a key fob? I recently bought a Toyota Yaris 2017 and dealer said it doesn’t come with keyless remote entry because it’s made in France, so is there any way I can get a remote programmed?

The first thing is that you go up to your dealer and slap him right in the face. I have a Toyota Yaris 2016, it is made in France and it has keyless entry. According to the owner's manual there seem to be four key systems available. The cheapest system comes with a key and power locks, but without a remote control. The second cheapest system comes with one "dumb" key without remote control and one key with remote control. The better version comes with two keys with remote control. Here are the keys as seen in the (German) users manual: If your car has the top trim level, it has a keyless entry. This system has a key fob with the mechanic key hidden inside. You spot this system when you sit behind the steering wheel. If your car is equipped with such a system, it does not have a lock at the steering column, but a big, blue Start button. If your car is the cheapest version and you want to have remote control for it, there are aftermarket systems available. You should visit an expert for car electronics. Expect to pay some 200 Euro including labor. There also are aftermarket systems for keyless entry, but I would not recommend them. They may not work properly. And avoid giving this contract to your dealer. Obviously he is stupid.

What happened during the process of getting your rental car at the airport that made you say, "You gotta be kidding me?"

My girlfriend and I decide to head to Las Vegas for Thanksgiving weekend. After we landed, we headed to Hertz for our car. Now I rent a lot of cars, and I’m President's Circle, so upgrades are common, but when we got to the garage, it was a ghost town. Hertz had just a few cars, but the garage was a ghost town. I saw my name was on the board, and I headed to my car stall in which sat waiting, a Toyota Yaris. One just like this little guy While I had reserved a mid-size car, like Honda Accord or Nissan Altima, seeing the Yaris was like, “Oh well, that’s what we get for a busy weekend.” Having rented hundreds of cars, it happens. No big deal. We loaded our stuff and headed to the exit gate. There the woman said, that’s not your car. “Huh, I got it from my stall number on the board.” She said, “Oh they upgraded you.” At first I said, “This car is fine,” but she looked at me, “You should really take the upgraded car.” We both looked at each other, and said “OK,” and drove back from whence we had come. I walked up to the little booth and the woman there said, “Here you go,” and handed me the key. Then she points to the FANCY car on their temptation display, you know the Corvettes and such you ,never, rent but wish you could afford? She said…”That’s your car, m" to which I turned and there was a GORGEOUS Porsche Panamera. She said, “Thank you for being a President's Circle member -- enjoy your weekend!” And we did! My buddy Ryan lives in St. George, UT, so we decided to drive from Vegas to St. George to visit. It was a very…Fast trip to St. George, to say the least.

What is something you didn't know about your car?

Here’s one. I didn’t know until very recently that the classic serpentine-belt squeal in a Toyota Yaris can be cured… by how fast you turn the ignition switch to “start”. True story, bizarre as it is. If you turn the key quickly, the belt squeals. If you turn the key slowly, the belt doesn’t squeal. That’s because a bright-eyed Toyota engineer decided to involve the engine control computer in the alternator’s charging rate. When you turn the key quickly, the computer doesn’t have enough time to analyze the battery’s condition, so it by default tells the alternator to charge at a high rate. This causes the belt to squeal. When you turn the key slowly, the computer has enough time to analyze the battery’s charge state and downshift the alternator to a much lower charging rate. This doesn’t load the alternator very hard, and so the belt doesn’t squeal.

Which is better, a Toyota Yaris or a Honda City?

Which car is better between Toyota Yaris & Honda City? Toyota Yaris is way much better than Honda City. Toyota Yaris is more stylish and with better features compared to Honda City. There is nothing surprising in saying that most Toyota vehicles outlive their owners. Timely servicing as advised by the Toyota service centers is enough to maintain the vehicle in great condition for many years. There is no need of changing many parts as the years pass by, except the parts that get wear and tear on usage like brake pads, clutch plates, etc. In terms of service, Honda lacks a bit due to its relatively high maintenance cost and low life of the vehicle. This is a major drawback of Honda City being a product of Honda. As warranty has been playing a key role in gaining the trust of buyers, Toyota has never been seen compromising in it. With its long life and low maintenance, Toyota Yaris gets a 3 year standard warranty. It has additional warranty packs offered by Toyota that can be purchased after the standard warranty plan ends. In addition to this, Yaris has been given an additional 1 year standard warranty by Toyota for a limited time to out sell the Honda city and many other such competitive vehicles to Yaris. While Honda city has both Petrol and diesel variants, the Performance of Yaris’ Petrol engine is much appreciated in the market. Toyota has always been seeing smiles in its customers faces at the service centers due to the lowest ever maintenance costs which is what most of the Indians want i.e. Low maintenance and long life. While it comes to the Interiors and exteriors, Toyota by its genre feels like a premium vehicle both in and out. Although the plastics are used, the cabin looks premium still with simple design. This premium look shows how Toyota is aiming towards mature buyers who deserve it. Toyota by itself gives it vehicles and their users a brand image that increases its resale value when compared to that of Honda vehicles due to difference in maintenance costs. Both sedans are competitive in providing what a Sedan lover wants. However, Yaris has certain segment first features that made it better than Honda City. As Toyota Yaris is way simpler than Honda City in looks and design with sober looks, it is for those who want a comfortable all-rounder with more features than those young hearts who go by the stylish looks of the vehicle trying to be sporty enough.

What is the purpose of a key inside a key fob for a remote start vehicle?

The key fob contains a transponder chip and a sender. If the battery in the key fob should be dead, the car cannot detect it, so you have to take out the mechanical key in order to open the drivers door. However, most cars with keyless entry do not have an ignition lock for a mechanical key, they just have a start button. On my car (Toyota Yaris) the owners manual says that in the case of a dead battery you have to push the start buttom and then press the fob aginst the start button. There is an antenna in the start button which can detect the transponder chip even when the battery is dead. Hint: Put your owner's manual in your glovebox, so you can read and find out such things in case of emergency.

Which is better: Hyundai Verna or Toyota Yaris?

Hundai verna has more features , lesser price, high power engine and safety wise will be good. Negatives will be low mileage and higher cost of ownership when compared to Yaris. Yaris being Toyota is a 5 star ncap rated safest car and even base varient itself has 7 airbags. Verna has 6 in top model. Even Toyota Etios being sold to travels itself has 4 star rating. You just imagine how much this company concentrates on safety. And it has lesser power engine when compared to Verna but mileage will be higher. Toyota is known for its lowest cost of ownership. Yes it is constlier but it deserves its price. It is feature less when compared to Verna but it has right whishles for safety. Some of them are you cant lock the car from outside when you left the car key inside. Even if you lock the car from inside with keys inside the car, driver door remain unlocked. It has slipper breaks means during sudden stopping if your legs slips from break, the car will be stopped by sensing how fast you released the accelerator pedal. Finally if you want safer car with Better mileage, low.cost of ownership, little bit higher legroom go for Yaris G varient ( Manual or automatic ) which will have push button start, speed sending door lock and unlock, adjustable front and rear headrests like features. I have attached the feature list as well but I won't have alloy wheel and If you require get them fitted in outside market.yaris G manual variant right now cost 1280000 on road Chennai. ( Reference Harsha Toyota) If you want safer, peppier engine but ok with little bit reduced mileage and little bit higher cost of ownership go for Verna top end as(o)( top only offers ventilated seats, push button start, rear adjustable headrests like features. It comes 1394000 on road Chennai ( reference kun hundai) I can see most of the people speaking like indian varient and European varient has difference but hundai doesn't compromise safety on top model in Verna and Toyota doesn't compromise on safety even from its hatchbacs ( base varient liva and Etios scored 4 stars) Hope it will be helpful for everyone. But test drive from your end and buy which one comes close to your heart.

As a Tesla Model S or Model X owner, what do you do for a living? Were you able to afford the car comfortably or did you have to make sacrifices somewhere else?

I bought my Tesla Model X in the same way as many other Tesla owners: I used a spreadsheet. Most Tesla owners are not rich. They are simply intelligent people who care about the planet and can plan financially. Tesla has excellent financing over 5 years. Teslas are built to military grade standard, meaning that they are designed to go a minimum of 1 million miles. That means that buying the Tesla outright and keeping it for the lifetime of the car returns the most value. Teslas save you money as well as saving the planet. You can negotiate serious electricity price reductions for off-peak usage, the very time you will be most often charging you car. If you have a roof for solar panels or some land for a wind turbine you can save even more money on fuel. Apart from fuel savings, Teslas’ incredible builds mean that you don’t have to service the car regularly unlike legacy fossil fuel cars. There are very few moving parts, very little to wear out in a Tesla. The savings stack up on this quickly. Even the brake pads last about 4 times longer than on a legacy car due to regenerative braking. After 5 years your car is paid off, but the savings continue. In my case the savings on fuel offset the car repayments such that I was paying “extra” per month the same as buying a Toyota Yaris, but I own and drive a Tesla! In years 6 and part of year 7, the “extra” plus all interest will have been paid back to me in fuel cost savings. So from half way through year 7 I am then driving a free car, but the savings will continue for at least another 15 years thereafter. By swapping OpEx (fuel costs, maintenance) for CapEx (cost of buying a Tesla), I have fixed, known, predictable monthly outgoings. I am protected against financial shocks. For example, just this morning I am required, unexpectedly, at the other end of the country urgently. Such a short term trip would normally cost premium prices on public transport, however thanks to the Tesla, it will be a negligible cost. I am protected against cost shocks. In many businesses it’s those unplanned hits to cash-flow that can sink a profitable business. Protecting against these shocks is key to survival. The Tesla has a role to play in that.

Is Lexus the lowest quality of luxury cars?

I personally buy and sell lots of cars, not as a job, just for fun. I probably change my car once every month or so. Always scouring eBay to see what’s interesting, or what I can get for my budget. My budget is usually set for £1000. I am not a mechanic and have very basic mechanical knowledge on cars, so an oil and filter change, wheel change and maybe a coil pack replacement is probably where I am at in terms of skill and experience. However, what I try to do is read lots about cars on forums etc for fun but just to broaden my knowledge. This way I can limit my risk a bit and spot any potential pitfalls before taking the plunge. My car buying is exceptionally broad. Everything from a basic run around to trucks to ‘luxury’. Presently I have a 2005 Toyota Yaris (no battery nor an MOT - a neighbour gave it to me for free), a 1998 Toyota Camry sat at my parents house with no MOT, a 1997 diesel Audi A4 avant and a 2007 Mazda 3 Sport. I have had all makes of vehicle, from Mercedes, BMW, Lexus, Rover, VW, Peugeot, Citroen, Nissan, SAAB, Ford, Vauxhall, Renault, Chrysler, Volvo, Honda, Jaguar, MG...honestly the list goes on. Here are my thoughts. Do not buy a Renault. Even if it is brand new I wouldn’t buy a Renault. Pre year 2000 Peugeot’s were rugged little things and very good to drive. Not so much after the year 2000. The Ford (Mondeo) really surprised me. Excellent handling and build quality but niggly little things didn’t work such as electric boot release or power socket. SAAB were immense but their latest incarnations were terrible and a real shame. BMW…had faults with each one, usually quite serious. This was experienced when I went through a bit of a poncy stage in my mid to late 20’s and bought a new BMW LEXUS. Had two. Both incredible. Utterly incredible. Very good build quality, always start, never, ever failed. ‘feel’ nice to drive. LEXUS are the luxury brand of Toyota. What’s interesting is that the Yaris I spoke of earlier had been sat at my neighbours house for ages, unused. The seats are mouldy, there’s moss all over the outside and it looks an abomination, although this can all be cleaned. Yet, with a fresh battery it started first time. All the electrics work, no weird noises. All good. The Toyota Camry had been sat up the top end of my parents garden and under a orchard of tress for over a year unused. However, with a fresh battery it started first time on old fuel without a hiccup. And it idled smoothly with no noises and near silently. The a/c blew cold and everything worked. There’s a slight stigma about Lexus, basically that it is a dressed up Toyota. However, they are in my experience the best luxury car. If I was to buy 2 brand new cars tomorrow, I would get a Lexus and either a Honda or a Toyota. I would probably get a Honda because they have also been faultless and I think their designs are more inspiring and more ergonomic than Toyota. EDIT/UPDATE: March 2020. Obviously I still cannot stop buying cars… I’ve recently picked up (against my own advice) a 2006 BMW 320i. It was a good price, it has 11 months MOT on it and I was told that because the battery died and was replaced the passenger airbag light came on (this will now be a MOT failure next time around). Anyway, I thought I would chance it. Got nearly a year to sort it out, or just see what happens. Go into it with my eyes wide open. To be fair, it drives well, feels good all-round and even with 128,000 miles on it, it feels and looks quite a lot newer. Took it to the supermarket to fill up with 95 petrol (with a bottle of RedEx)…bam emissions light came on! I was looking at a goddamn Lexus as well! EDIT/UPDATE: April 2020. Bought a 2006 Lexus is220d. 155,000 miles on the clock. So now I have the BMW and a Lexus of similar age, size, and milage. Okay, the BMW is just better designed, both inside and out. It looks more dynamic, sharper, and crisper. And, it looks less cluttered. So, it has been said that this 2.2 diesel engine used in the Lexus is a dog. It’s certainly obvious it is a diesel. That said, the 2 litre petrol engine in the BMW isn’t particularly refined at tick over - it sounds a bit tappety and ticky. However, there are no warning lights on in the Lexus and everything seems to work except for the driver control of the window functions for each other window. In terms of design, I really liked what Lexus did with the is200, both inside and out. I think Lexus decided it was too much for the mass market and really toned it down in the is220/is250 which is a shame. There are a few neat touches with the dials, but otherwise, it’s a bit bland, a bit ‘Japanese’. Lots of buttons to control lots of things. It’s quite busy without being particularly nice nor feel that different, something the is200 was. Fuel economy seemed pretty poor for a diesel, but it pulls well. The headlights are terrible. Overall it feels solid, but the key here is that it doesn’t feel quite as special as the old is200 or the BMW. The is200, in my opinion, felt better than the BMW 3 series of the time. The is220d feels more like a Toyota which is a shame.

  • Is Toyota Yaris available in Front/Rear Side Airbags?

    Yes, Toyota Yaris is available in Front/Rear Side Airbags. The available Front/Rear Side Airbags variants are: 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E, 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G, 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5J.

  • Does Toyota Yaris has ASEAN NCAP Rating?

    Yes, Toyota Yaris has ASEAN NCAP Rating, which are: 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E, 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G, 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5J.

  • How many wheelbase(mm) does Toyota Yaris has?

    The wheelbase(mm) of Toyota Yaris are 2550.