The Toyota GR Yaris is not a cheap car by any means, as it is priced from JPY 3.96 million (~RM 148k)
Yaris InteriorThe Toyota Yaris does not have the most stylish interior if compared to the likes of the
(Toyota Yaris 2019 Model | Gallery)The Toyota Yaris 2019 is a B-segment hatchback, aimed squarely at
Behold the new 2020 Toyota Yaris facelift!
Toyota has just taken the covers off the new Yaris Cross, its latest B-segment SUV.The new Yaris Cross
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
After missing a hatchback model in their line-up, Toyota finally introduced the Toyota Yaris hatchback
in the near future, as Toyota Malaysia recently posted a lone photo of the 2020 Toyota GR Yaris on their
Today we look back at a few stories from the Toyota Yaris.The first generation of YarisThe first Yaris
The new Toyota Yaris-based SUV was initially scheduled for a debut at the 2020 Geneva International Motor
The official prices of the 2021 Toyota Yaris are out and the prices are looking good.
The 1.5-litre naturally aspirated heart of the 2019 Toyota Yaris is a familiar unit.
The recently-introduced TNGA-based Toyota Yaris Cross (and its Yaris hatchback sibling) has garnered
Well ahead of its official debut, spyshots depicting the next generation Toyota Yaris have surfaced on
in Vietnam, with the Toyota Yaris Cross being one of them.Judging from the trademark filings, the Toyota
Toyota Motor Thailand has launched the new 2020 Toyota Yaris Ativ 1.2L facelift.
the shared IMV-platform Toyota Hilux.Could it be the new updated Toyota Vios and Toyota Yaris then?
Set to launch at the end of 2020, the facelifted Toyota Yaris is already generating tremendous interest
is definitely heating up.Topping the B-segment hatchback sales chart for the month of October is the Toyota
Just like everywhere else in the world, the Toyota GR Yaris has received heaps of praises even here in
Prior to the model going on sale in Japan, Toyota has announced the full line-up of the 2020 Toyota GR
Fun fact: The Toyota Yaris shares the same engine as the Perodua Myvi 1.5L.
Over the past couple of weeks, the Toyota GR Yaris stole much of the Internet’s limelight and rightfully
Now, Toyota has set off another ticking timebomb by teasing the facelifted 2021 Toyota Yaris.
The Toyota Yaris nameplate isn’t exactly new in Malaysia, as it was first introduced here back
Images of a black and white patent filing of a hatchback that looks like the Toyota Yaris has surfaced
We know, we know, you really, really like the 2020 Toyota GR Yaris.
Historically, the Honda Jazz typically outsells the Toyota Vitz, as the Yaris was previously known as
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I’m today’s world of hydraulic clutches, 80,000 miles should be achievable if the driver doesn’t abuse the clutch or repeatedly ride the clutch pedal. My 2001 F-150 has 180,000 on the original clutch and this has been my work truck, pulling cars in salvage yards to an area where I can scavenge parts off it easier, pushing cars into the shop or up on to trailers. Being a 5 speed with 4WD allows me more options as far as gears for doing the pushing and pulling of vehicles that an automatic 4WD d...
The CVT is typically branded as an automatic transmission and will therefore be equipped with a torque converter or some type of fluid coupling. That’s not to say there may not be some vehicle made out there that does have a manual clutch with a CVT, but given this is a mainstream vehicle, the chances of a Toyota of any ilk have a manual clutch/cvt combo would be slim to none.
The Yaris clutch in the North American market uses a master cylinder fed from the brake master cylinder’s reservoir. The first step is to locate this reservoir and make a note of its current fluid level. We’ll come back to that in a bit. (If the clutch master cylinder in your market is separate from the brake reservoir, just top it up now and keep checking the level throughout the procedure.) Any fluid you add should meet DOT3 or DOT4 specifications for brake fluid and should come from a newly opened sealed container. The conventional way to bleed the clutch is to first safely access the clutch slave cylinder. In the Yaris, this can be done easily without jacking up the car, but you’ll want to wait until the radiator is cool, as your arm has to pass quite close to it to reach the bleeder screw. Remove the small rubber cap from the end of the bleeder screw and put it somewhere safe. (It’s small and round and likes to roll.) The easiest way is to have an assistant pump the clutch pedal several times in a row, then hold it all the way down at your command. While the pedal is held fully down, you then open the screw by rotating it counter-clockwise a small fraction of a turn. (A half- or even quarter-turn is usually sufficient, and you should see fluid spurt out of the hollow hole that runs the length of the bleeder screw.) As soon as the spurt of fluid has subsided, close the screw. Be gentle: ,This does not require much force, and the hollow screw is not all that strong, so don’t snap it off. Once it is closed, have your assistant pump the pedal again. Usually 3-6 pumps of the pedal are sufficient, then have your assistant hold the pedal to the floor again. Open the bleeder screw, let the fluid spurt out, close the screw. Be sure to check the fluid level periodically. Repeat as needed. Reinstall the rubber cap onto the end of the bleeder screw. Once you’re done, top up the reservoir if it’s separate from the one for the brakes. If it’s part of the brake reservoir, refill it to the original level you first observed unless you had a significant fluid leak prior to beginning the bleeding procedure. If you don’t have an assistant, you can probably find an alternative: cut a piece of wood to be long enough to hold the clutch pedal fully to the floor when jammed into the front of the driver’s seat. Use the stick to pump the pedal repeatedly then jam it into place. Now open the bleeder valve, close it, and use the stick to pump the pedal again.
It’s quite a difficult job without the knowledge, unless you think you can do it at home. I personally would have a mechanic shop do it as you really need a hoist and correct tools to do it easily.
Toyota Yaris, hands down! Just check the build quality and the fit and finish of both cars inside out to find that clear difference. Typically, the new City gives a tough competition to most Maruti cars — dabba build; not to mention the niggles many Honda owners of the outgoing City faced. True, the petrol engine in Honda is a gem and could possibly be more fun to drive over the Toyota petrol — in manual version. But then, the drivabilty and smoothness of Yaris CVT is miles ahead of City CVT! Longevity of the heart of the car? Take the life of any Honda engine and double it. That will be the Toyota’s. Service and maintenance costs? Just get your Toyota serviced as per schedule at their service centers and you don't need to spend any, except for the wear and tear parts like brake pads, clutch plates and yes, tyres. Nothing beyond. Ask any Honda owner to know the service and parts replacement expenses- more expensive relatively with lesser life span. Coming specifically to Safety, Yaris is provided with 7 airbags, ABS, EBD, ESP etc. right from its base variant. No wonder it is said (metaphorically though) that a Toyota outlives its owner :) City is for someone who values good-for-nothing frills like a sunroof (in India? ha..ha..the Jokers!) So my pick will be Yaris. Any day:)
It depends on the car. My Toyota Yaris VVT yes you do. Even on the manual version you have to stand on the clutch and brake to start it. My dad’s Mercedes no nor the one he had before that. His older 520I BMW he had 10+ years ago no. Old Jim’s pointy Lexus yes you do.
I might be only 25 years old and fairly modern in terms of technology, but there are a few things which I seriously miss in brand new cars for already 5–8 years. CD/DVD player Even though I use Spotify most of the time and pay for the premium version every month in order to listen to my music offline, I still own a couple of CDs which I love to listen to, because I simply enjoy the great quality of the sound. With Bluetooth the quality is quite okay and even though I got Android Auto, I just think that the CD is of better quality. Clear I can use also an USB flash drive and add my music there, but then think again, the music you got on it is often of questionable sound quality and I prefer to have the original stuff. It might be more expensive, but I only buy the music I really love anyway, so no biggie for me. My Kia Soul EV's integrated headunit with Android Auto, but no DVD player. Feels like a downgrade. Note the power button on the centre console. A custom Android headunit with a DVD player from my old Audi A3, much better than the original headunits of any car! Physical key The key from my former Audi A3 Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely ,love ,keyless entry and the push start button, but the moment when you insert the key into the lock and twist it in order to turn on the engine is just one of those things which gives me the feeling to be connected to the car in a physical way. Honda did with the 8th generation of the Civic an interesting solution with having a physical key and a push start button. You just twist the key, and then in order to turn on the car, just press the button and off you go. Wonderful! The Kia Soul EV from 2015 which I got has just a power button and that’s it. It feels more like a vacuum cleaner whose button I press to get started and turn it off when finishing it. It feels literally more like a white good than a vehicle. Manual transmission A lovely 6-speed manual vs. an unbreakable 1-speed automatic. For an automatic it is far away from fragile and can be shifted like crazy! Manuals are becoming more and more of a niche thing, especially with the rise of FHEV, PHEV and BEV. Nowadays many top of the range cars are not even available with a manual, especially when a lot of ADAS features are in the car, like lane centering, adaptive cruise control and so on. My previous car, an Audi A3 from 2011, had a 6-speed manual transmission, which was so well calibrated and not clunky. The clutch was for a 200 PS car soft and it was easy to drive it. Now because my commute involves a lot of heavy traffic driving on a beltway around Zurich with lots of roadworks and construction projects, I sold it and got myself an BEV with an automatic transmission (of course). It just became too uncomfortable to daily drive a car with a manual in such circumstances and of course with a few back problems the whole clutch in and clutch out became at times painful for my left knee. However, for a fun drive on windy roads on weekends or chill drives on empty motorways at night it is wonderful. If I ever have the finances to own two cars, I’d definitely go for an automatic daily driver like my Kia Soul EV and a manual car for some less stressful tasks. Could be literally anything, from a hatchback, to a pick-up truck, I don’t mind. Actually you can pair a manual transmission to a hybrid vehicle and Honda did a cool car called the CR-Z with a 6-speed manual and a 1.5 litre engine with 128 or later with 137 PS. Even though it was unpractical for fetching multiple people, like barely usable rear seats without headrests, it sure was a great attempt how to enjoy a sports car without actually consuming a lot of fuel and therefore break the bank and pollute the environment unnecessarily. Why can’t they make some newer vehicles with a hybrid engine like the Toyota Yaris, Corolla or C-HR with a manual transmission when Honda already did that? Can’t believe that Honda didn’t pursue making a successor of the CR-Z. I love that car! Edit 01.10.2021: a few spelling and grammar mistakes fixed
30 years ago yeah. Auto cars were only huge CC cars or big luxury cars. Today auto boxes have come a long way. One of my staff had a Toyota Yaris which was tech tronic auto a 1.3litre car. Essentially it was a manual car that used actuators to press the clutch and change gears. Damned thing got a real 69MPG (UK gals). Today not so much. Electric cars will pretty much spell the end for gear boxes too.
Not in my experience (but I’ve only driven a few and only owned one). The clutch was no different to my wife’s Toyota Yaris or my sister’s Ford Focus. When looking to change cars at one point I did try both a Cerebra and a Chimera from TVR and while the Chimera was a challenge, you needed to go to the gym to change gear in the Cerebra.
The Ground Clearance of Toyota Yaris are 133 mm.
Here are the Rear Tyres and variants of Toyota Yaris:
|Variants||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5J|
No, Toyota Yaris isn't available in Steering Telescopic.