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toyota yaris active Q&A Review

What pros and cons does your car have?

I bought a 2016 Toyota Yaris Hybrid in October 2019: I would like to reduce the pros and cons to things which came out unexpected. Okay, the pros: The car has some very nice gizmos, I more or less love all of them: Keyless entry, 2 zone air condition, nice digital radio, back view camera and so on. It has an rear view mirror which automatically gets dark to avoid glare, this works perfectly. The automatic high beam switch works also very nice. The hybrid powertrain works very smoothly, the car is very easy to handle. The electric drive is awesome. The handsfree phone interface works flawlessly. The car offers more room than expected. Now the cons: The fuel consumption is low, but it is higher than expected The fuel tank could be bigger. Maximum range is about 350 miles The steering wheel is adjustable, but not as much as I would like it to be. The buttons on the steering wheel lack an illumination. Some other buttons are placed on places where you cannot see them. The interior illumination is a little bit dim. The big screen of the radio cannot be switched off, even when the radio is off The car lacks some more space to store small things like your sunglasses The car does not have much of an ordinary “engine brake”. If you take your foot off the accelerator, the car does not recuperate very much. In order to activate the regenerative breaking, you have to push the brake pedal. I’d like to have an one-pedal mode. The only thing I would rate as real design flaw so far: The car has an emegency braking assitant. It is based on a camera and is able to avoid frontal collisons at speeds up to 25 mph. This camera is located in a small compartment behind the windscreen near the rear view mirror. Sometines the glass in this compartment becomes foggy, then the camera can’t see - and a yellow alert light flashes in the speedometer. I do not have found a way to defog this window when necessary. Conclusion: Great car!

Is the Toyota Yaris hatchback a reliable car in the long run?

With a powertrain that delivers both exceptional driving performance and fuel economy, plus the reliability you'd expect from Toyota, Yaris Hatchback is practically perfect. Even though it’s small, the Yaris doesn’t skimp on the safety features, with a strong list of standard active and passive systems. Toyota Yaris is a good car in safety and comfort. Great on gas, easy to drive and park. By far, the best car ever for city driving since it fits into little parking spaces. It very rarely saw the inside of a repair shop except for regular maintenance. With the Toyota reliability, the hatchback is an excellent car with great value for money.

What would cause a 2012 Toyota Yaris to need an oil change every month and apparently have lousy gas mileage at 10 miles per gallon?

You don’t mention your driving habits or daily traffic conditions so I will assume you are operating the car within normal parameters. If not, please elaborate in the comments section following my answer. A situation as you describe would likely cause the “check engine” indicator to activate, warning you of something seriously wrong that needs to be dignosed. Running would be rough and erratic and the exhaust would probable smoke. Grossly leaking fuel injectors, diluting the crankcase oil with gasoline would eventually ruin the engine. Nobody would deliberately drive a car under these conditions beyond a trip to the nearest repair facility. I wouldn’t drive it at all, but have it towed as soon as this damaging trend was noticed.

Are BMW cars actually unreliable? How much does it cost to maintain a BMW after 4–5 years?

The ,vehicle breakdown statistics of Germany, tell otherwise - just to provide more than anecdotal evidence. Germany (like many other countries) has statistics for everything, and the largest automobile association, ADAC (more than 21 million members, that is about one quarter of the German population!) keeps such statistics. ,According to the German breakdown statistics, the German premium brand vehicles are the most reliable. In 2020, the breakdown statistics are as follows (I leave out the micro car class) - here is the link, where you can also view the statistics (in German) for each of the cars mentioned: ,Tops & Flops: Welche Autos sind am zuverlässigsten? Small cars - TOP:, Audi A1 Citroen C3 Fiat Punto Honda Jazz Mazda CX-3 MINI Mini Mitsubishi Space Star Peugeot 2008 Renault Captur Suzuki Vitara Toyota Yaris Small cars - FLOP:, Hyundai i20 (2011-14) Opel Meriva (2017) Lower medium segment - TOP:, Audi A3 Audi Q3 BMW 1er BMW 2er (incl. Grand- and Active-Tourer) BMW X1 Hyundai Tucson Mercedes A-Class Mercedes B-Class Mercedes CLA Mercedes GLA Mitsubishi ASX Skoda Rapid VW Beetle Lower medium segment - FLOP:, Ford C-MAX (2010) Ford Kuga (2012) Hyundai i30 (2010) KIA Ceed (2011-13) KIA Sportage (2011) Nissan Qashqai (2016-17) Peugeot 308 (2010-12) Renault Kangoo/Rapid (2015-17) Renault Scénic (2014-15) Medium segment - TOP:, Audi A4 Audi A5 Audi Q5 BMW 3er VW Sharan (2013-14,17) BMW 4er BMW X3 Mercedes GLC Mercedes GLK Medium segment - FLOP:, Ford S-MAX (2010,2016-17) Opel Insignia (2015-16) SEAT Alhambra (2013-14,17) VW Sharan (2013-14,17) Upper medium segment - TOP:, Audi A6 BMW 5er Mercedes GLE Upper medium segment - FLOP:, Mercedes E-Class (2010-11) I do not know whether the cars sold outside of Europe are somehow different and therefore more unreliable, or if people skip maintenance and simply change their oil at some gas station. But in Germany, the premium cars also generally (with exceptions) turn out to have the lowest numbers of breakdowns.

I am considering buying the new 2020 Toyota Yaris, but are there any alternatives to Toyota Safety Sense, which is my main reason for buying it?

If Safety Sense is your main reason for buying the Yaris, I would reconsider the purchase. I have a 2016 Toyota Yaris with safety sense, and in my eyes this system is probably the only design flaw in the whole car. It basically relies on a camera, mounted in a small compartment which is glued against the wind screen from the interior side, just above the rear mirror. Safety Sense allegedly is able to warn you from upcoming collisions, and if you do not react, it slams the brake. The dealer said to me that it can avoid frontal collisions up to a speed of 25 mph, if everything runs perfectly. You can disable the system for a ride, but it will be activated again when you start the car again. When it is cold and wet outsides, I encountered problems with the system several times: When the windscreen gets foggy, the fog also makes the part of the screen go blind where the camera is located. So the camera can’t see, safety sense is deactivated and an annoying flashing yellow light in the speedometer drives you nuts. You cannot remove the fog manually, because you cannot reach into the compartment with a piece of cloth:-( I have seen tests with systems like safety sense, and they all performed quite mediocre. I would not rely on this stuff for one second.

If I'm not an atheist, but also not an agnostic or deist, what am I? I don't 100% agree or 100% disagree with any of them. I’m open to the concept of forces that may or may not be sentient that are exterior to our understanding of the universe.

You also may ,not care,. I find the whole concept of religion so pointless that I just don't care about the answers to questions regarding God and deities and supernaturalism. It's hard to call myself an atheist because that seems to indicate an actively chosen orientation towards religion, which I do not have. Asking me "Does God exist?" is like asking me "Should I choose the chartreuse or taupe interior for my new Toyota Yaris?"

What is it like to be or get rich in Indonesia?

My family is not on the top 150 list, as many of us aren’t. We are probably nouv riches. How it feels like: My paternal uncles and aunts all inherited their own companies. My paternal grandpa owned 10+ companies that each child can have their own. We are quite big in Sumatra. We have something to do with one of the most famous local beer. But it wasn’t always easy. At one point business was so bad, my mom had to put hold on her education (chem engineering) in Germany to come back and help. The worst point? When everyone, and I mean everyone had to help wash and scrap down soysauce bottle to use as beer bottle. Yes you read that right. Yes it’s the same bottle. But then things got better and it got to that point when we almost -remember, almost- monopolies distribution in Sumatra. My mom owned cargo ships. Not anymore tho, sold everything off including the company she inherited. (Not because it failed) My uncle (one of them) used to own so many trucks, the drivers thought he had dozens of tuyuls. Not anymore tho, had to sell them to pay for his 3 kids crazy lavish lifestyles in USA. My other uncle still rich, but.. none of his kids graduate college. It’s probably kinda hard to stay in college when you got that many temptations. Me? I’m a surgeon in training busting my ass off. Because my mom sold her company, we don’t have any company to inherit, not that we want to, and my and my siblings decided to inherit my dad way instead. We became surgeons like him, different specialty tho. When I was a kid, I don’t remember much bust I remember that I was mostly with my siblings and the helps. Mom works, because dad was still in education (5 years in Japan at first, and then another 5 here, he was the first trained and sertified hand surgeon in Indonesia). When my dad finished and started practicing things are looking better, and my mom want to retire so she sold the company. We used to stay in a simple one storey house, all kids together, my sister said at one point we didn’t have TV, but I don’t remember. But she never retire, she just change her line of works. She started investing in real estate, it went so well, at one point we owned 7 houses, 3 apartments, and 5 Ruko in Jakarta alone. I got a house in Pantai Indah Kapuk, now estimated market price around IDR 3 billion as a sweet 17th present. I couldn’t even sign the paperwork because I was a minor. My parents are a bit different then the others because they are very open about money. I knew exactly how much they earned and how much everything costs. They taught me how to really use money. That is what being rich means for me. When other kids have to try and fail, a have been taught tested methods, what to do, buy, invest, choose, keep, sell. That is priceless. As for my life: I life in a 2 bed room house, small house but huge bedroom, with walk in closet and the like. I’m taking care of 4 private dorms (kost-kostan) woth a total of 120 rooms, earning me a nett passive income off IDR 90–110million. I don’t have an active income because that is how in works with specialty training in Indonesia, we don’t get paid. Currently my assets are: 4 dorms with market worth IDR 5–10 Billion each 1 house in PIK with market worth around IDR 3 Billion 1 apartment in Jakarta market worth around IDR 1,5–2 Billion More or less IDR 1 bill in savings (IDR, US$, and other currencies) I don’t do stocks, personal preference. and I drive a 2012 Toyota Yaris TRD. My work schedule is more because it is how it is when you work in hospital (my record is: 120 hours in hospital in ONE WEEK. That is 17h15m a day for 7 days OR 5 DAYS OF 24 hours) no matter how rich you are so it’s not relevant. Being rich allows me to have the best education my parents can find at the time, I went to a reaaally good (national, not international) private highschool that allows me to network early, almost all of the students were from upper class families so who know who to call if you need anything. Let say, you want to built a condo, someone’s mom is a famous architect, someone’s dad is a great contractor etc. I can experience the world much earlier than others, my parents sent me to Singapore for a month when I was in 5th grade to practice English. Things like that. Yes I like the nice things in life, lovely leather handbags with my initials in the corner, fly overseas to watch concerts. But I also know just because I can afford it, doesn’t mean I have to buy it. My previous phone is an iPhone 5 that I used since 2012–2017, only after 5 years I upgraded to iPhone7. My laptop is a Macbook that I bought in US because exchange rate was really good and they have an offer on refurbished mac that allows me to buy one for “just” IDR 14,5million, when it would have cost me 23mil. Being rich allows me to give and help people. My friend is doing a startup selling something and it not going well? Spent IDR 1 mill buying random potteries she was selling. A patient forgot his BPJS card? I secretly paid for his treatment (the patient knows, my colleagues don’t). A broadcast saying they need clothes etc for homeless people? Take these 5 containers of worn once or twice clothes. I can have a safety net that as long as I don’t make major mistake, I’ll be okay. Being in the top percentile allows me that. A recent article wrote that, child of a high net worth parent are more likely to understand investments, and “how money works”. It allows them to better handle their money, even those they earned, not inherit. I hope I will be able to do that.

Which all over family car is best under 20 lakh?

These cars are just based on the Best Family Cars. They are based on Segment wise and given their priority in each segment. In SUV segment-- 1.Hyundai Creta 2.Jeep Compass 3.Renault Duster 4.Ford Ecosport 5.Tata Nexon 6.Renault Capture In Sedan Segment,— 1.Hyundai Verna 2.Honda City 3.Toyota Yaris In Cross-Over Segment,— 1.Honda BR-V 2.i20 Active In Hatchback Segment,— 1.i20 2.Baleno

Now that Toyota has officially launched their compact SUV 'Urban Cruiser' at ₹8.40 lakhs. Do you think the car will be a success in the Indian market?

Can we please please stop calling anything that has slightly more ground clearance than a sedan as a SUV? For reference this is what a real SUV does: And this is wannabe SUVs call “wading” If I am looking to buy a SUV, the questions I will ask the dealer is - does it have diff locks? give me wading depth. Give me approach and departure angles. Can I shift between 2H and 4H on the fly? I am unlikely to get an answer for this for Brezza or its clone Urban Cruiser. Now I love Toyota, have one, my daily runner, about 1.3 lac km, 16 years old. Nothing ever happens to it. It is a boring car but is a very reliable car. And it is pure Toyota. And what I like about Toyota India is they are extremely smart, super smart. Their market segmentation is very simple but effective. Do not get into the “plebeian” segment with thin margins and where you are likely to be killed by Maruti and Hyundai. For appearance sake, create cars like Etios, rebadged stuff like Glanza and make people believe we are active in all segments. While people are delusional about our presence in the entry segment, let us make a killing in the “politician” segment, i.e. Innova and Fortuner. Let the moolah roll in. Fat fat margins. Let us create an aura around the Toyota name and make the suckers believe that Corolla Altis is a premium sedan while we sell the same thing as “pleb class sedan” in USA. While we are at it, let us also introduce Yaris and price it higher than Vento TSI. What do you mean Vento is turbocharged petrol with more torque and has better DSG AT? Indian customer does not need those “things”. If I am looking for a no-fuss cars below 10 lakhs, I will go with Tata or Volkswagen.

What sedans are the best on the market but no one buys?

Ford Aspire is the most underrated compact sedan in my opinion! The in mid-size sedan it is the Toyota Yaris which is the safest sedan in its segment. I am talking about the sedans which are currently active in the Indian market! Then if you move further we have Honda Civic and Hyundai Elantra! I personally prefer the Civic.

  • What is the Screen Size(inch) of Toyota Yaris?

    Here are the Screen Size(inch) and variants of Toyota Yaris:

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    Screen Size(inch)6.8"6.8"
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    Here are the Driven Wheels and variants of Toyota Yaris:

    Variants2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5J
    Driven WheelsFront Wheel DriveFront Wheel DriveFront Wheel Drive
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    Yes, Toyota Yaris has Front Foglamps, which are: 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E, 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G.