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The smaller Toyota GR Yaris costs more than a Civic Type R

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The Toyota GR Yaris is a hoot to drive.

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Now, Toyota has set off another ticking timebomb by teasing the facelifted 2021 Toyota Yaris.

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The official prices of the 2021 Toyota Yaris are out and the prices are looking good.

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The TNGA Toyota Yaris (and Yaris Cross) may not come to Malaysia. Here’s why

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Can the 2021 Toyota Yaris Play finally beat the City Hatchback's coolness?

this month, we ran a story about how the 2021 Honda City Hatchback may have already beaten the 2021 Toyota

2021 Toyota Yaris Cross to make ASEAN debut in Singapore later this week

Malaysia is missing out), Singapore is set to be the first market in ASEAN to get the all-new 2021 Toyota

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Well ahead of its official debut, spyshots depicting the next generation Toyota Yaris have surfaced on

New Toyota Yaris facelift launched in Thailand; ADAS, automatic LED Headlights

Behold the new 2020 Toyota Yaris facelift!

CVT in the 2020 Toyota GR Yaris, wait...what?

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in Vietnam, with the Toyota Yaris Cross being one of them.Judging from the trademark filings, the Toyota

2020 Toyota GR Yaris teased, Malaysia debut soon?

in the near future, as Toyota Malaysia recently posted a lone photo of the 2020 Toyota GR Yaris on their

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Toyota has confirmed that the company will discontinue the Mazda 2-based Toyota Yaris in the US by this

Toyota Yaris is Thailand’s best-selling B-segment hatchback for Oct 2020

is definitely heating up.Topping the B-segment hatchback sales chart for the month of October is the Toyota

Leaked! Patent images of the Toyota Yaris facelift

Images of a black and white patent filing of a hatchback that looks like the Toyota Yaris has surfaced

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toyota yaris aygo Q&A Review

What is the difference between a Toyota Yaris and Toyota Aygo?

Toyota Aygo ,starts from Rs.15,00,000 to Rs.21,00,000 depending on the year model you prefer to buy for yourself. ,Toyota Aqua price ,is definitely ranked among premium side automobiles available in Pakistan, but when you see its aggressive design, efficient fuel economy and enhanced interior features, you certainly will get your single penny worth after buying. Toyota Yaris Toyota Yaris is available in three different engine trims, 1.0L, 1.3L and 1.5L. To all those who think 1.0L is an underpowered machine, they can surely go for 1.3L or 1.5L driving force. The vehicle is available with a standard 4-speed automatic transmission; however, the 1.5L engine comes with a CVT transmission. Toyota Aygo vs Toyota Aqua and Vitz

What cars on the market are currently twinned?

From where to begin: Chrysler 300C 2nd gen - Lancia Thema Chrysler Delta - Lancia Delta Ford Fusion (US) - Ford Mondeo (EU) Suzuki SX4 - Fiat Sedici (EU) - Maruti Suzuki SX4 (India) Volkswagen up! - Skoda Citigo - Seat Mii Opel Agila - Suzuki Wagon R+ Cadillac Escalade - Chevrolet Tahoe - GMC Yukon Cadillac Escalade ESV - Chevrolet Suburban - GMC Yukon XL Chevrolet Cruze - Holden Cruze - Daewoo Lacetti Premiere Chevorlet Volt - Opel Ampera - Honden Volt (AU) Opel Astra - Chevrolet Astra - Holden Astra (AU) Chevrolet Aveo (EU) - Chevrolet Sonic (US) - Holden Barina (AU) Chevrolet Captiva - Opel Antara - Holden Captiva Chevrolet Spark - Holden Barina Chevrolet Zafira - Opel Zafira - Vauxhall Zafira Acura MDX - Honda MDX Acura TSX - Honda Accord Sedan (EU) - Honda Spirior (China) Acura TSX Sport Wagon - Honda Accord Tourer Acura NSX - Honda NSX Mazdaspeed3 (US) - Mazda 3 MPS (EU) Toyota Aygo - Peugeot 107 - Citroen C1 Fiat Freemont - Dodge Journey Toyota iQ - Aston Martin Cygnet - Scionn iQ Toyota Rush - Daihatsu Terios - Perodua Nautica Lexus LX - Toyota Land Cruiser 200 Toyota Matrix - Pontiac Vibe Subaru BRZ - Toyota GT 86 - Scion FR-S Subaru Trezia - Toyota Verso S Toyota Corolla (US) - Toyota Auris (EU) Subaru Dex - Daihatsu Materia - Toyota bB Scion xD - Toyota Urban Cruiser Toyota Land Cruiser Prado - Lexus GX Toyota Vitz - Toyota Yaris Renault Sandero - Dacia Sandero Stepway Renault Duster - Dacia Duster Renault Fluence - Samsung SM3 Renault Koleos - Samsung QM5 Renault Latitude - Renault Safrane - Samsung SM5 Ford Galaxy - Volkswagen Sharan - Seat Alhambra ... And the list goes on ... I'll update it later. :-)

Why are Japanese cars more reliable than German cars considering German engineering is supposed to be the best?

Well, the question is: Is that really true? I looked up the ADAC roadside failure statistics in Germany and found out that it is not that clear. In the compact class the BMW 1 series ranked better than the Toyota Auris. In the subcompact class the Toyota Yaris ranked better than the Audi A1. Comparisons for bigger cars are not available, because Toyota (and other Japanese car manufacturers) do not sell enough bigger cars in Germany to reach the required statistical sample size. One thing leads me to the conclusion that there must be more factors which decide about the reliability of a car than the ingeniousity of the engineers: According to ADAC, 2.2 out of 1,000 owners of a 2015 Toyota Aygo needed roadside assistance in 2018, because their car broke down. 3.8 out of 1,000 owners of a 2015 Citroen C1 needed roadside assistance in 2018, because their car broke down. So the chance to require roadside assistance is almost twice as high for Citroen C1 owners than for Toyota Aygo owners. This is hard to understand, because both cars are basically the same, developed in a joint venture and produced in the same factory in Slovakia. My assumption: Citroen buyers care less for their car than Toyota buyers. If we look at America, we first notice that Japanese car manufacturers have a far, far bigger market share than German manufacturers. In 2017 Subaru alone(!) had the same market share as the whole VW Group (3.8 percent). Toyota is leading with more than 17 percent, which is almost three times the whole market share of the whole German car industry. This leads me to the assumption that the U.S. may have far more mechanics which can handle a Toyota Camry than mechanics which know how to properly service a BMW 5-Series. In Germany a 5-Series is very common, because thousands of Bunsinessmen have them as company cars. In almost every town with more than 25,000 inhabitants you find a certified BMW dealer with factory trained service men. If you want to sell an used car in Germany, “Scheckheftgepflegt” is a very important word, it means “Fully serviced according to factory standards for the entire lifetime of the car”. I do not think that American service standards are that high. Another, last remark: The USA launched 17 apollo missions. One (Apollo 1) killed the entire crew. One (Apollo 13) almost killed the entire crew. These beasts were far away from being reliable. Nevertheless they were without any doubt an example for outstanding engineering, don’t you agree?

What is a good safe, affordable small car to buy?

I am not too sure on the exact sizes of these cars, but I think they ,might, fit your bill. Try some of these models (assuming you live in Europe). They are classified as small cars (super-minis): Nissan Micra Vauxhall/Opel Corsa or Vauxhall/Opel Adam VW Polo/Skoda Fabia/Seat Ibiza/Audi A1 (if you are feeling a bit posh. its basically a posher version of the ibiza, fabia and the polo) VW Up/Skoda CitiGo (smaller than the VW/Skoda/Seat/Audi models mentioned above) VW Fox ( you will probably get a few cheaper old models) Renault Clio Ford Fiesta/ Ford KA Toyota Yaris Toyota Aygo (smaller than the yaris) Toyota IQ (Smaller than the Aygo.. almost like a smart car) Also try going for older models of these cars as they tend to be smaller than the newer models (body shapes). Hope this helps.

Why is Toyota using other companies’ engines in their cars?

Cost and logistic wise, it may be better that way. As Toyota is looking to re-expand it's product portfolio and consolidate its global operations, they are seeking the best way to do that without significantly increasing the cost. For example, the BMW Supra, the Subaru GT86, the Mazda Yaris iA are all cars that are jointly developed by Toyota and other manufacturers or simply a convenient rebadge / re-body job. They are mostly built in non-Toyota factories too, so to keep the operations simple, they just use whatever the production facility is stocking. The 2019 Toyota Supra for instance, is produced in Austria, in Magna Steyr's facility. This facility has been producing some BMW cars for a while, so it is logistically more sensible to use BMW platform here. Granted, it would be one of the most difficult Toyotas to maintain. The Toyota GT86 is a car jointly developed with Subaru, who is famous for its horizontally-opposed or “boxer” piston engine. This engine configuration allows the engine to be quite “flat” since the pistons kick out sides to sides instead of top to bottom, therefore, allowing them to be mounted down low. This keep the centre of gravity low, improving the car's handling characteristics. As Toyota has no boxer engine currently in production, it is therefore more economical and cheaper to let the other expert who has been doing it for years to make the engine for their cars, which is Subaru. The cooperation agreement dictates that the car is to be made in Subaru's Gunma (Japan) facility, where Toyota took 2 out of 3 cars produced, the rest were taken by Subaru, which badged it as “BRZ” with slightly different exterior and interior styling. The Toyota Yaris Sedan iA is actually a Mazda 2 sedan, which body has been redesigned to fit Toyota Scion's corporate identity. As Toyota North America is phasing out its Scion brand, the car is then reintegrated to Toyota's lineup as the more upmarket Toyota Yaris Sedan. In 2020, the Mazda 2 hatchback is also rebadged as Toyota Yaris XLE for North American market, again featuring everything Mazda, including the fuel efficient SkyActiv engines. The car is produced in Mazda's Mexican facility, and thus it is more economical to let everything run based on their normal supply chain. Then, there are the joint ventures, such as Toyota Aygo, which is produced in Czech Republic, alongside the Peugeot-Citroën cars like the 108 and C1. Since they are made in the same factory, they shared many components, including engines. While the 1.0 litre engine is Japanese, the 1.2 litre version are PSA Peugeot Citroën's. Despite all of this, they are all still Toyota's responsibility to maintain and support.

What would be the most reliable car you would recommend for a 20-year-old male?

The Skoda Citigo is the best small car, rewarding to drive, pleasant to live with, cheap to insure, not too powerful for a new driver and bloody reliable. After that it’s the Honda Jazz, almost the same deal really. Toyota Yaris Suzuki Swift Skoda Fabia Toyota Aygo Renault Clio BIGGER CARS FOR BIGGER BOYS: Let’s assume you have 3 or 4 years driving experience and don’t drive like a total tool, then you might want something in the next class up. Honda Civic Kia Optima Toyota Prius Skoda Octavia Kia Cee’d Lexus CT Mercedes A class SPORTS CARS: BMW 4 Series Mazda MX-5 MKIII Mazda MX-5 MKIV Toyota GT86

What is considered bad gas mileage?

Anything worse than the average for any type of vehicle at the time. That has changed over the years, of course, and is still changing. So you will always need to compare like for like by taking into account when a car was designed. At the present time, here in Europe, we would consider the following gas milages average for the following kinds of cars; I use Toyotas because they are quite international as examples); we measure in liters per 100 kilometres: very small car, like the Toyota Aygo: gasoline 4.5 litres; small car, e.g. Toyota Yaris: hybrid 3.5 liters, diesel 4 liters, 5 gasoline litres; compact (Toyota Corolla): hybrid 4.5 liters, diesel 4.5 liters, gasoline 6 litres; mid sized (Toyota Avensis): diesel 5 liters, gasoline 7 litres; large (Toyota Camry): hybrid 5.5 liters, gasoline 7.5 litres; small SUV (RAV4): hybrid 6 liters, gasoline 8 litres; pickup (Hilux): diesel 7 liters, gasoline 9 litres; large SUV (Land Cruiser): diesel 8 liters, gasoline 11 litres.

Toyota aims to sell 3.5 million EVs annually by 2030. How can they do it?

Praying the next Gen Tacoma will resemble this prototype, love the design! Curious how Toyota will handle the forthcoming transition to EV’s concerning it’s labor force and tiered suppliers. Much less components and labor required to assemble them…. The small red crossover alongside the bZ line looks like a direct EV version of the recently unveiled Aygo X. Is it possible that the small yellow crossover could be the next Yaris Cross? But it does look less like a crossover than today's Yaris Cross. I think the bigger red crossover is too small to be the next Venza. Perhaps it's the next Corolla Cross or a Prius crossover (which Toyota has already tested nearly 5 years ago but canceled in lieu of the RAV4 Hybrid). What will be the impact to Tesla???

  • Does Toyota Yaris has Multi-function Steering Wheel?

    Yes, Toyota Yaris has Multi-function Steering Wheel, which are: 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E, 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G.

  • Does Toyota Yaris has Rear Foglamps?

    Yes, Toyota Yaris has Rear Foglamps, which are: 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E, 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G, 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5J.

  • What is the Engine of Toyota Yaris?

    Here are the Engine and variants of Toyota Yaris:

    Variants2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5J
    Engine1.5L 107PS1.5L 107PS1.5L 107PS
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