in the near future, as Toyota Malaysia recently posted a lone photo of the 2020 Toyota GR Yaris on their
The 1.5-litre naturally aspirated heart of the 2019 Toyota Yaris is a familiar unit.
The Toyota GR Yaris is not a cheap car by any means, as it is priced from JPY 3.96 million (~RM 148k)
The new Toyota Yaris-based SUV was initially scheduled for a debut at the 2020 Geneva International Motor
Malaysia is missing out), Singapore is set to be the first market in ASEAN to get the all-new 2021 Toyota
Toyota has confirmed that the company will discontinue the Mazda 2-based Toyota Yaris in the US by this
Over the past couple of weeks, the Toyota GR Yaris stole much of the Internet’s limelight and rightfully
Images of a black and white patent filing of a hatchback that looks like the Toyota Yaris has surfaced
in Vietnam, with the Toyota Yaris Cross being one of them.Judging from the trademark filings, the Toyota
Now, Toyota has set off another ticking timebomb by teasing the facelifted 2021 Toyota Yaris.
Behold the new 2020 Toyota Yaris facelift!
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The Toyota GR Yaris is a hoot to drive.
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is definitely heating up.Topping the B-segment hatchback sales chart for the month of October is the Toyota
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Within Toyota’s model line-up for Japan, the two B-segment Toyota Yaris Cross and Toyota Raize
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Without more information, that’s like asking, “What should I buy, a Ford F-250 with the full tow package or a Toyota Yaris?” These are very different scopes with different uses. If you’re not doing astrophotography, then you won’t want the RASA at all: its specifically for AP and not for visual observing. Based on this question, I am guessing you don’t have a lot of experience with telescopes. As such, before you spend this much money, I STRONGLY recommend you find and join a local astronomy club and learn more about them and how they have different strengths and weaknesses. Otherwise you may be wasting money on the wrong equipment for what you’re wanting to accomplish.
It depends on what you mean by “racing”. They do Rallyctoss, Time Trials, rallying, Club racing, and pro racing. only the latter two are wheel to wheel, which is probably what you want. Club racing is the cheaper of those two, but it is far more expensive than autocross. If club racing interests you, then the cheapest classes to run are probably B-Spec and Formula Vee. B-Spec (BS) uses late-model, mostly stock compact cars such as Mazda 2, Ford Festiva, Honda Fit, Toyota Yaris, and Mini Cooper. Upgrades allowed are closely defined per model - springs, shocks etc - and the mandatory safety equipment including the roll cage. Formula Vee (FV) is an open-wheel single-seat car using the old VW air-cooled flat four. Used cars can be found under $5000, and ongoing expenses are low. Both classes are a lot of fun and attract both top drivers and novices alike. They embody the phrase “It is more fun to go fast in a slow car than to go slow in a fast car”. Download the SCCA rulebook in PDF form ,https://www.scca.com/downloads/53242-gcr-january-2021 and watch the runoffs race videos for each class. ,SCCA 2020 Runoffs — Hagerty Race Days - Videos - Sports Car Club of America
This varies a little bit from market to market. In Germany most cars are equipped with manual transmissions as a standard, and automatic transmissions cost a more or less one or two grand more. If you compare the price of a hybrid vehicle to a non-hybrid vehicle, it is fair to take an automatic car, because almost all hybrids are automatic by default. I have a Toyota Yaris, this car is available in four versions: 1.0 liter three cylinder engine with 72 hp, manual transmission, 16,690 Euro 1.5 liter four cylinder engine with 111 hp, manual transmission, 17,690 Euro 1.5 liter four cylinder engine with 111 hp, automatic transmission, 19,140 Euro 1.5 liter four cylinder Atkinson-Miller cycle engine with 75 hp plus hybrid drive with 45 kW (system performance: 101 hp), 20,290 Euro All prices are from the 2019 price list, they include German VAT, all cars have the same trim (Club). The best trim is called Selection. A Yaris 1.5 Selection with automatic transmission costs 22,240 Euro, a Yaris Hybrid Selection costs 22.990 Euro. So a Yaris Hybrid is less than 5% more expensive than a comparable non-hybrid. In other markets, automatic cars are the standard, so the price difference to the hybrid version may be bigger.
Curt Joedeman’s answer is quite detailed and suggests that Rallycross, at least the Red Bull variety, was well placed to take off in the US. This surprised me a little as it got relatively little exposure up here in Canada. It seems to me that Rally and Rally Cross is a fringe sport in the USA. NASCAR, Drag Racing, Baja, Baja inspired off-road truck racing, and Indy get most attention on network TV. And now there is Drifting, again all about spectacle rather than performance. This seems reasonable in a nation that has grown up with large cars, V8 engines and big pick up trucks. All these devices can be made to go quickly, albeit in a straight line. Small nimble hatch backs with good brakes and handling dominate Europe, but not the wide open spaces of the USA. Hence, oval racing, Drag, racing and Drifting are fringe motor sports in Europe, while F1, circuit racing, sedans, sports cars, rally, and rally cross tend to dominate. Then there is ice racing! What kid in the USA sees a Toyota Yaris and thinks “…I got to get me piece of that.” In Europe a similar kid might see the Yaris and know he can put some lights on it, a cage, some engine mods, and go rallying. This would be a first step into the sport that can advance through faster, more expensive classes all the way to the top. One day he might aspire to WRC.
We’re a diverse group of people. I’m sure some Hollywood plastic surgeons attend their fair share of swanky cocktail parties, but I laughed out loud reading the question. People always overestimate how much money doctors have. You don’t get rich on a salary - rich people have inheritance, investments or a successful business. Most doctors don’t own their business - we’re just employees - and the salary doesn’t compare to lawyers or dentists, let alone any sort of management position in a large company. We’re often paying off our student debt for decades. Another commodity doctors usually don’t have in excess is time. We tend to work long, grueling hours and take short holidays. When you work a lot, you tend to make more money and spend less time splurging on leisure, so in short bursts doctors can usually afford a bit of luxury. But when I think of a glamorous life, I imagine there’s time for all sorts of hobnobbing and expensive pastimes - definitely not your average doctor’s lifestyle. I drive to my 9–5 job in a dinged up Toyota Yaris and I rent while saving to buy a home. My posh hobbies include reading, meditation, camping and cooking dinners for my friends. I’m not a member in a single club and I don’t travel to luxury resorts on my holidays. I don’t own a boat and I can’t golf. I don’t know anyone famous and I don’t get invited to anything except by personal friends. I’m very happy with my life, but I would never describe it as glamorous.
Honestly, I am at the biggest crossroad in my life. I’m happy and terrified. I was raised as a devout Jehovah’s Witness. We had a *,perfect little family,* (which wasn’t so perfect behind closed doors, of course). My Dad was quite the big dog in the “church”. He was an elder my whole life, presiding overseer, drew blueprints to build new kingdom halls for the RBC, etc. Almost my entire extended family was also extremely devout. We lived in our own little bubble of standards and an extremely strict schedule that I thought was totally normal because it was all I ever knew. I became an unbaptized publisher so that I could proselytize in the door to door ministry and joined the school to give talks and demonstrations when I was 6 years old. I was baptized when I was 11. I grew up totally sheltered and scared of the outside world. I was home schooled so I genuinely thought “worldly” people (anyone who wasn’t a Jehovah’s Witness) was like an alien creature; Scary, foreign, and dangerous. When I was 17, I got disfellowshipped (shunned/expelled) because my boyfriend and I went a little too far. It changed me and isolated me even more, but I was determined. We swiftly got married so that we could get reinstated into the congregation and a year and a half later, we were. From there, we were rapid fire ,#cantstopwontstop,., We accelerated faster than most reinstated ones and gained back privileges and started pioneering where possible in no time. In the midst of it all, my immediate family was disfellowshipped and I did what a good little Jehovah’s Witness girl would do and I did NOT talk to them. I followed the rules to a tee, shunning my own father, and sister, and mother. To go one step further, I moved away from them, back home to Michigan so that I could be with my devout extended family. We all lived on a family compound, had weekly family worship sessions, and regularly went out in the ministry together. EVERYTHING we did was centered on our religion. It’s hard to explain to people who haven’t been there, but it is your WHOLE life. Being a Jehovah’s Witness isn’t just being part of any ol’ religion. ,It is everything. It controls everything you do, the people you talk to and befriend, the clothes you wear, the places you go to, the work you accept, and the way you spend your days, nights, and weekends., Every job I took and person I worked with was ALSO a Jehovah’s Witness. Worldly people were still “foreign” and scary to me even at 22 years of age. And than my Dad called. I shouldn’t have listened. If I was doing what we’re taught, I wouldn’t have even answered the phone. After all, he’s disfellowshipped and talking to him is against the rules. Even TALKING to a disfellowshipped person can get you disfellowshipped yourself. But it had been almost 5 years, and I missed him. I was always a Daddy’s girl. He started off by saying, “You don’t even have to listen to me and you’re probably going to hang up the phone. 2 weeks ago I would’ve done the same thing. But….” And from there he continued talking for 3 hours. I barely said a word the entire time, just listened. My disfellowshipped sister had recently become “apostate” which technically just means you don’t believe the doctrine anymore. But to Jehovah’s Witnesses, being apostate is the worst, most toxic, poisonous, dangerous, awful thing anyone could possibly become. At that point, you are worse than dead, slandering God himself. You have no hope, no forgiveness, you’re a goner. Really, ,we’re programmed to have “conditional love” so that we can easily drop people when they drop doctrine,. It’s ridiculous when I think about it now, but I was quite the pro at it. Shutting off my feelings to family and friends, pushing them under the rug, and convincing myself that this was *,their,* choice. I was just doing what was right. A few weeks before, he had gone in for ANOTHER meeting trying to get reinstated. My Dad had not faltered once for the 5 years he was disfellowshipped. He tried, he went to every meeting, he never went to clubs or watched R rated movies, or even maintained friendships with worldly people. He even brought someone INTO the religion while he was disfellowshipped. He was trying to get back. But they rejected him AGAIN. They never even read his letter pleading to return, they simply said he needed more time. Really? So, granted, he became a little embittered. He had been in their seat before as an elder, disfellowshipping and reinstating people. But never had he been as harsh as they had been and he knew it wasn’t right. He knew their decisions weren’t “guided by holy spirit”, ,it was just a group of 3 guys deciding other people’s fate in life. ,So he started digging and actually opened himself up to the things my older sister was saying. And than he told me. At first, I rejected it. I hung up the phone feeling WILDLY discouraged and confused and talked to my husband about how in the world we were going to change his mind. We had a couple more conversations with my Dad, reciting our scriptures and the lines we were taught to say. But everything was irrefutable, hard facts that were hard to swallow and admit that, ,holy sh*t, your whole life has been a lie. I held onto one thing in particular that was the deciding factor to me. It was a core doctrine, the foundation for our entire belief system and divine backing. If I could just prove that this ONE THING was right, I would continue on my sheltered little life and never question any of it. So I dug and studied. I made charts and wrote multiple essays. All the while, going through the motions and trying not to look suspicious to my friends and family around me. Well…. ,After months of studying, I could conclude that we absolutely 100% were NOT right, and I could not live a lie., I couldn’t go out in the ministry and teach OTHER people that this was scriptural and accurate when I knew for a fact that it wasn’t. So we did the only thing we could. ,We ran., Within a few weeks, we had sold everything, packed all of our belongings in our teeny Toyota Yaris and used the money from all the things we sold to go across the country to California. It was unexplained and our family was taken aback and confused but we tried to blow it off as just a vacation and trying to find our forever home. A month and a half later we ended up back in Florida, staying with my Dad, trying to figure out what the f*ck we were going to do. So here I am. I stayed quiet, I didn’t tell anyone what we had learned for fear that we would be labeled “apostate” as well and quickly disfellowshipped. But somehow the news spread like rapid fire and my family in Michigan is already taking the steps to shut me out. It’s my first time in this big scary world but I’m learning that…. Hey. It’s not as scary as I had been told. People in general are DECENT and GOOD. I don’t have ANY IDEA what I believe anymore, but the one thing I do believe is that all people are equal and everyone deserves to be treated well. Maybe that’s the whole point in life, to just help each other out and be a good person. To treat others with kindness and grace. For the first time I have no restrictions, no “right” and “wrong”, no ridiculous pointless rules to follow. I can feel my heart opening up to new people and adventures that I never would’ve given a second thought to. I’m scared and lost but happy. I’m glad I didn’t waste my whole life living a lie, being self-righteous, and thinking I was the only one who was going to make it., I’m not special. ,And that’s surprisingly reassuring,. I’m just another person trying to figure out this thing called life. And now I know that ,NO ONE has a monopoly on the truth. Update: A couple people asked what the “core” doctrine was that I dug into. It’s very hard to explain because it’s complicated and has a lot of variables. If you are unfamiliar with the teachings of Jehovah’s Witnesses it takes a lot of backstory in order to fully explain it. But basically, it’s a *,Bible,* prophecy (not actually Biblical) that brings Jehovah’s Witnesses to the date of 1914. Witnesses believe that 1914 was when Jesus was enthroned as king, Satan was hurled down to the earth, the “last days” began, and (most importantly to my research here) Jesus appointed his “faithful and discreet slave” aka the Governing Body aka the leaders of Jehovah’s Witnesses. It gives these 7 men “divine backing”. It gives them the authority to “speak for God” and if you dare disagree with anything they say, you’re disfellowshipped because, in essence, you’re disagreeing with God. It’s the entire foundation of the religion and what the doctrine was originally built on. The prophecy in itself is complicated and a bitofastretch. It takes about 5+ different verses that are scattered throughout the old and new testament, squishes them together, and walla! They were all talking about the same thing! I didn’t dare question that, because what do I know about Bible Prophecy? But I COULD verify the dates that were used. That was harmless enough. The starting point is when Babylon destroyed Jerusalem. Jehovah’s Witnesses are the ONLY ones who claim it happened in 607 B.C.E. EVERYONE else recognizes that it happened in 587 B.C.E. There is a plethora of evidence. It’s ridiculous how much evidence there is. Amazingly, the historical evidence adds up perfectly with what the Bible says. It did NOT however, match up with the date of 607. That date was invented, tweaked, and moved around over the years by the leaders of Jehovah’s Witnesses in order to uphold their date of 1914. There’s a LOT more to it, trust me you, but that’s a basic jist of the subject I decided to narrow in on.
Driving that little, best for your wealth is not to have a car at all and rely on public transport and taxis. However, if you live somewhere where that is not possible or you feel isolated without a car, I would suggest one of two strategies. The first is to buy a fairly inexpensive but reliable used car, something like a Kia, Toyota or Nissan. Buy a car of a size that is appropriate for your needs for those 4000 miles, though something small will be cheapest to insure. The Toyota Aygo and the Kia Picanto are very good, if you can cope with something that small. The Nissan Micra is a bit bigger but also a good economy car. It is similar in size to the Toyota Yaris, which is available as a hybrid. If your journeys are almost all local, you might consider a five- or six-year-old Nissan Leaf. If you need a large car, you will have to spend more than is optimum for the number of miles you do each year. The second option is to buy a classic car. Buy something that you can use for all your needs because this will be your only car. However, as much as you can, buy something that you're going to enjoy. Only doing 4000 miles a year should enable you to be able to buy classic car insurance, which is a lot cheaper than standard insurance and allows agreed value insurance. If you buy a Mercedes from c.1980, it is likely to be a very reliable car. I would also consider Volvos and Saabs from the same period. However, what you choose is entirely up to you and your budget. Good classic cars, even recent models, can be very expensive. However, the right classic car should be an appreciating asset, provided that it's maintained. An ordinary used car is a depreciating asset. There is one other thing to consider and that is car clubs. If you can do most of your 4000 miles by public transport and taxis, car clubs can provide a car for those occasions where you really need access to a car. These are mainly available in urban areas and some suburban areas. They can be worthwhile where you want to drive more days than would justify hiring a car but fewer than would justify buying a car.
Forgive my English, I don't read much books. :/ As a citizen of Malawi, I have spent most of my life in Lilongwe(LLW) after moving from Blantyre(BTZ) in 2003. The first thing you notice is just how dusty LLW is. I swear at times at I see haze made of dust, which is most notable when you arrive from the airport as you see the city on the horizon. The second thing you notice is just how nice and friendly people are. Since 2014, I usually travel and stay in Johannesburg(JHB) where I do my studies and I repeatedly stress on the point on just how much nicer people in Malawi are compared to South Africans. People are always willing to help you out with a smile and very rarely do people take advantage of you, especially as a Tourist. I know I am a citizen but I have had some foreign friends of mine tell me just how easy it is to move around the city. Nobody bothers you, Crime/Theft is almost nonexistent and it easy to make nea friends. The living standards are pretty low. I find this to be a good thing. Comparing LLW to JHB is like comapring a Toyota Yaris to a BMW 5 Series. You get way more luxuries and features in JHB but LLW still offers all the basic necessities you would expect to find in any city. Food, Medical care, Accomodation, Transport, Fun etc are all cheaper (or in some cases, less expensive) than JHB. The very best is that going for cheaper options in MW in general will not cost you your security and quality is not affected as much. Unlike joberg, where cheaper options will significantly cost you security as you will be at risk of being a victim of some sort of crime. The food is great. Delicious! Natural! Well prepared! Tasty! Malawi is so underrated in terms of our quality of food. I usually gain weight when I come back home from JHB or Cape Town. Don't miss this opportunity! Try out as much Malawian food as you possibly can! And it's cheap too! Especially the Fish! Try the fish! For all my night owls out there, sadly the night life in LLW is pretty meh….. You still get nice bars and clubs but only a few clean ones are available. Its safe too. Surprisingly, not alot of people actually spend their time during the night, but from my experience, it is pretty safe comparing it to JHB. The only thing you have to worry about are police road blocks at night. They won't bother you, unless you're driving drunk, then you're in trouble! You might need to tip them off with a few thousand kwachas. So in general, things to do! Heres what you should do when you get to Lilongwe Try all sorts of food! A must! You won't regret it! Walk around some suburbs or in town, relax, taste the fresh clean air. Go for hikes at Dzalanyama, the Wild Life Centre, etc. Go to some bars and clubs. Even if it looks shadey, don't worry its safe.Nobody will mind/bother you, Unless you're a very pretty lady. Buy some stuff! support our economy! please :) Lots of souvenirs, cheap too in town. Go to the beach. Malawi has lots of beaches. The closest ones to Lilongwe are located in another City, Salima. It's about a 1Hr drive from LLW. Our beaches are beautiful! Fresh water lake! Randomly Explore! Malawi is still a developing Nation and marketing is not usually a strong suite. This usually means a lot and I mean A LOT of nice pleaces are trying to reach out to the population and you will find yourself stumbling on new places most people don't even know. Most people do not even know “The Wild Life Centre” but that is the first place you should visit as a tourist and actually most people should visit because it is a very nice place. Hope you enjoy your stay in Lilongwe! Mukhale Bwino!
Perhaps a better question is which Toyota cars have not clocked over 500k km. Of those that haven't, I'd say the Corolla iM and Toyota 86 are two, just because they're pretty new. As for Toyota cars that have, here's 5: Corolla, Camry, Yaris, Matrix, Prius, That should be enough cars to last a lifetime, so I'll leave it at that.
Here are the Bluetooth and variants of Toyota Yaris:
|Variants||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5J|
Here are the Transmission and variants of Toyota Yaris:
|Variants||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5J|
|Transmission||Speed CVT||Speed CVT||Speed CVT|
Here are the Folding Wing Mirrors and variants of Toyota Yaris:
|Variants||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G|
|Folding Wing Mirrors||Y||Y|