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.
Images of a black and white patent filing of a hatchback that looks like the Toyota Yaris has surfaced
Toyota has just taken the covers off the new Yaris Cross, its latest B-segment SUV.The new Yaris Cross
is definitely heating up.Topping the B-segment hatchback sales chart for the month of October is the Toyota
Set to launch at the end of 2020, the facelifted Toyota Yaris is already generating tremendous interest
Well ahead of its official debut, spyshots depicting the next generation Toyota Yaris have surfaced on
The 1.5-litre naturally aspirated heart of the 2019 Toyota Yaris is a familiar unit.
Toyota Motor Thailand has launched the new 2020 Toyota Yaris Ativ 1.2L facelift.
The recently-introduced TNGA-based Toyota Yaris Cross (and its Yaris hatchback sibling) has garnered
Malaysia is missing out), Singapore is set to be the first market in ASEAN to get the all-new 2021 Toyota
The Toyota GR Yaris is a hoot to drive.
the shared IMV-platform Toyota Hilux.Could it be the new updated Toyota Vios and Toyota Yaris then?
Behold the new 2020 Toyota Yaris facelift!
in the near future, as Toyota Malaysia recently posted a lone photo of the 2020 Toyota GR Yaris on their
Toyota has confirmed that the company will discontinue the Mazda 2-based Toyota Yaris in the US by this
this month, we ran a story about how the 2021 Honda City Hatchback may have already beaten the 2021 Toyota
Just like everywhere else in the world, the Toyota GR Yaris has received heaps of praises even here in
(Toyota Yaris 2019 Model | Gallery)The Toyota Yaris 2019 is a B-segment hatchback, aimed squarely at
The Toyota GR Yaris is not a cheap car by any means, as it is priced from JPY 3.96 million (~RM 148k)
Fit in Japan), the all-new Toyota Yaris will only go on sale in Japan in February 2020.As such, details
Over the past couple of weeks, the Toyota GR Yaris stole much of the Internet’s limelight and rightfully
Within Toyota’s model line-up for Japan, the two B-segment Toyota Yaris Cross and Toyota Raize
The new Toyota Yaris-based SUV was initially scheduled for a debut at the 2020 Geneva International Motor
Yaris InteriorThe Toyota Yaris does not have the most stylish interior if compared to the likes of the
The Toyota Yaris nameplate isn’t exactly new in Malaysia, as it was first introduced here back
Today we look back at a few stories from the Toyota Yaris.The first generation of YarisThe first Yaris
The official prices of the 2021 Toyota Yaris are out and the prices are looking good.
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.
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И VW Polo Automatic TSI/DSG or Toyota Yaris Automatic на автомате.
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Hey @CiroDeSiena, what are your thought on the New Toyota Yaris and the New VW Polo. Both similarly priced, feels like the Polo gives you more bang for your buck? Comparing the Yaris auto and the Polo Comfortline DSG?
Today's deliveries include the VW Golf GTI DSG, Volvo XC60 and the Toyota Yaris 1.33 Auto. All going to London! #shorttermcarleasing
Depending on different parameters here is my choice: Most precise handling : Honda City Most silent cabin in diesel: Hyundai Verna Most value for money car per variant: Maruti Ciaz Quickest shifting automatic: DSG in Vento and Rapid Car with most standard safety features: Toyota Yaris But in general, I will recommend Honda City for petrol, and Verna for diesel engine.
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.
Is a Suzuki Swift fuel efficient? Yes, extremely. For an ordinary 4 door hatchback car, about the size of a Toyota Yaris or VW Polo, they are about as fuel efficient as they come for something that uses no hybrid or electric drive, and not even a turbo. Just as a fuel economy comparison with those two cars, the base model Yaris gets 5.8L/100km in manual and 6.4L/100km in automatic, the Polo gets 4.8L/100km in manual and 5.0L/100km in DSG auto, whereas the Swift gets 4.6L/100km in manual and 4.8L/100km in auto. And Suzuki manage that using all proven old school technology that lasts forever and a day. If I needed a hatchback car the Swift would be second on my list…behind the Suzuki Ignis, which is just too cool for words! Thanks for the A2A, cheers.
Between 10-15 lakhs, every company sells one sedan. Your options include: Honda City Maruti Ciaz Toyota Yaris Hyundai Verna Volkswagen Vento As you know, there is no car which can be termed as absolute best among them. Each car has it's merits and demerits. I shall be mentioning a few for each. Decide for yourself according to your need. Maruti Ciaz: ,Pros: a) . Superb mileage, esp in the mild hybrid one. b) Cheapest and lowest maintenance in the short term. c) Good resale value,. Cons: a) Body not sturdy b) Engine underpowered c) Interiors are OK but not great. 2. ,Honda City: ,Pros: a) Segment leader with great overall package. b) Excellent engine. c) Big boot. d) Good resale value Cons: a) Costly to maintain in long run b) Recent updates are not so exciting c) The newer model looks slightly claustrophobic with respect to the older city( subjective) . 3. Hyundai Verna: ,Pros: a) Most feature rich b) Superb interior c) 1.6 L petrol model adequately powered. Cons: a) Relatively smaller boot, b) Poor mileage of the petrol variants c) Higher maintenance. 4. Toyota Yaris: ,Pros a) Safest among the vehicles with 5 star NCAP & seven airbags as standard. b) Adequately spaced c) Excellent front & back seat comfort d) Durable & low maintenence in the long run. e) Superb and efficient city car with much refined 1.5 L engine. Cons: a) Interior somewhat ordinary b) Higher priced c) Less features than Maruti & Hyundai D) Only petrol variant available. 5. VW Vento: ,Pros a) Superbly built b) Fun to drive c) Excellent overall performance d) Superb safety features with 5 star NCAP rating e) DSG automatic variant available. Cons: a) Costly to own and maintain b) Exterior is unimpressive c) Sales figures are poor d) Being a performance car, more chances of parts failure in the long run. My two Cents,: If mileage and cheap ownership is your primary goal, go for ciaz. If you wish to shell out more but can't compromise on safety and performance, Vento should be your choice. If you wish to have a long term peace of mind with superb comfort and safety features look for Yaris. If you wish to drive a tested all rounder, choose between City and Verna.
Drivablity, - DSG is better than CVT gear box - Volkswagen Vento use DSG Gearbox , DSG shifts very smooth unlike manual and regular automatic transmissions. - ,Volkswagen Vento wins Build quality, - ,Ofcourse Volkswagen wins Engine durablity, - Toyoto is famous for reliable engine even after 1L km - ,Toyato Yaris wins Service cost, - Volkswagen service cost is high, ,Toyoto Yaris wins Both car is good if you are frequently using the car and want to spend less on service cost - Go for Toyoto Yaris cvt If you are riding more in city and convince to spend more on service cost Go for Volkswagen Vento TSI Any way still if you are still confusing Test drive both the car and decide. Hope this is helpful.
I preferred the Toyota and bought a 2016 Yaris Hybrid. The Polo is not available with a hybrid drive, and while the transmission in the Toyota Hybrid is regarded as entirely bulletproof, the DSG gearboxes of VW have a questionable reputation. An obvious disadvantage of the Polo is its price. If you set up comparable configurations, the Yaris is about 10% cheaper. On the other hand, a Polo has its advantages: Its suspension is better, its noise insulation is also better. However, I cannot tell if this still is valid for the all-new 2020 Yaris. The looks are a question of taste. I would prefer the Polo over the Yaris, if I was sensitive about looks.
I love Toyotas though they produce some of the most boring cars. However, boredom is more than compensated by the peace of mind that Toyota delivers. At a first glance, some of the Toyota cars ARE overpriced, especially that stupid shit Corolla Altis diesel., Let us look at how Toyota India rips off Indian customers with their pricing. [Source - Carwale] You see there. Top line Octavia with ESP, HHC, traction control and a freaking diff locks on a sedan and lot more comfort features is priced only 4 lacs more than Corolla Altis diesel,. And with Skoda you always have an opportunity to knock down the prices by 1 lac to 2 lac depending on the season. Toyota only will give you a free coffee in their showrooms. Why did I add Ciaz there? It costs whole 10 lacs less than Altis and has a 94 bhp diesel engine with higher torque of 225 nm. AND a car costing freaking 23 lacs has a puny 87 bhp engine with run-of-the-mill torque of 205 nm. Octavia is 141 bhp by the way with loads of torque and it is automatic too. Much better, reworked DSG. And no, ever since Zac Hollis came in Skoda service has become much better. Unless you want the Toyota brand name, you are better off buying Octavia (much better car) or get a Ciaz and put the 10 lacs you saved in FD. Or get a top end Yaris if you still want Toyota name. My Corolla petrol is 16 years old and I can smash that Altis diesel to a sorry mess in straight line racing. On the other hand, their popular models Innova Crysta and Fortuner are worth every paisa., Yes, they are slightly overpriced compared to the competition. But offer much better reliability (Endeavor is a better car, but we don’t know when Ford India will shut down) and peace of mind, especially if you live in Tier 2 or Tier 3 cities. Go with the Germans if you are looking for sedans and go with Toyota if you are shopping for MPVs or SUVs. I love my Corolla, but Corolla Altis sucks big time. Way overpriced and Honda with its overpriced Civic giving Toyota a run for its money when it comes to stupid pricing.
When you put yaris in the pot, I'll assume you are looking for a petrol car. First let's drop a few on quality… Ciaz is too lightweight at not strongly built. Honda doesn't make City in global standards. Only CRV is sold with global standards in India by Honda. All others are just made for India. Now lets see whats the problem with the rest. Verna is having a powerful engine so it's fuel economy is low but looks are great and service is good. Yaris has a bit small boot than the others but we can believe in Toyota's reliability. Vento looks slightly old, but has a nice turbo engine. Looks like equally matched! Looking at service point of view, Hyundai & Toyota are better. Fuel economy wise its Vento & yaris. When we look upon engine options and features its either Hyundai or Volkswagen. So let me put Reliability first, safety second & fuel economy third. Vento is a strong car but yaris is more reliable. Now we drop verna. Vento has DSG gearbox with its turbo engine as a combination with a lot of features. Its definitely not a bad choice. Yaris has just one engine with two gearboxes and a bit expensive in the pot. The CVT is definitely not a match for DSG. So if you want manual gearbox, go for yaris. If you want Automatic gearbox go for Vento. Third option is Verna. Peace ✌️
VW overall has the best build. Especially it's VW Polo is known to be the safest in segment hatchback car. No.1 in safety- German Engineering undoubtedly. Design is Bland though! Since at VW They believe in simplicity. However, VW has the Best Automatic cars. It Uses most superior ‘7Speed DSG Gearbox’ whether it be VW Polo/Vento/Jetta/Passat or upcoming “T-Cross” suv to rival Creta. Rest carmakers use much inferior AGS/AMT/6Speed AT/AT+/iVT/CVT/DCT transmission in Automatics. So if it's the best automatic, especially in diesel... Then it's Volkswagen! No better driving cockpit & safety than VW. Looks wise, though best in that price bracket would be: 1. Honda Jazz/Amaze/City. 2. Hyundai i20/Verna. 3. Toyota Yaris/Etios Liva. 4. VW Polo/Ameo/Vento. WARNING: Volkswagen Servicing will cost you a bomb,! Compare this annual maintenance costs: Toyota Fortuner: र.2500/- (High end machine) VWPolo/Vento: र.15000/- (Basic car comparatively) Service network: VW is Poorest after Nissan. Even French carmakers Renault fares better. VW: has all core-essential features- ABS, ESP, EBD, HLA, paddle-shift, Best NCPA ratings. But VW will always miss many tiny but useful features like VW POLO has: No Smart-keys, No engine kill button, No Rear AC vents, No DRLs, No 6SRS Airbags (VW uses only dual airbags), No Rear wipers, No defoggers, No LED tail-lamps, No steering-mounted music controls, No rear parking camera(additional installation would cost 17k in VW Polo, even low end cars like Renault Kwid AMT 1.0L does come with preinstalled Rear parking camera), No touch screen infotainment systems preinstalled, No parking assist sensors, No remote opening trunk, No high-end music system like Harmon Kardon matching up its exotic price. [All this in regard to the most premium VW POLO GT TSI, a hatchback vehicle costing ,र.11,50,000/-, in Kerala,TN or states having RTO cost around 10%... Should be lesser in HP,Jharkhand,JK or other Union territories.] Imagine a hatchback like VW Polo, which is only a 1.2L engine with just 3 cylinders costing much more than Honda City VX MT, a full C-class sedan of 1.5L engine with 4 cylinders!!! Top end of the stable; VW Polo GT TSI still lacking so many features! it's Unacceptable!!!] And you may Google any VW dealerships and authorized service centres... irrespective they be of EVM, Muthoot, Popular, Pothens(Major dealerships in Kerala)... Have pathetic reviews and bad ratings... ,Volkswagen_India is most Un-German brand in India,..and Volkswagen dealerships in Kerala & India don't treat you the way Hyundai or Honda dealerships does. And any spare part would be quoted to be in import phase..so your vehicle staying in service centres would be agonisingly longgggg period, while you commute using other means..unless you have a second car. They neither do respond to your calls affirmatively ever. PS: maint cost is high and resale value is low. However VW engines have a very long life, unless you wanna change your vehicle after 15-18 yrs. if you're living in the city limits, do go for VW Polo...if you're in a tier-ll town... Depends please check your local VW Dealership's reviews & ratings. But If you're in neither of above two, it's ,“not recommended” ,since you may never find adequate service stations close by due to far flung services of VW as it doesn't have reach towards the fringes of our country, once in a blue moon visit to city just to service VW Polo might not be worth it and won't help the vehicle at least. I'd highly recommend that you go for Hyundai Santro, Honda Jazz/Brio, Ford Freestyle, Toyota Etios Liva/Cross or even Renault Kwid RXT. Would be anyday wiser to buy any other car than a Volkswagen Polo.
It depends. If you’re thinking of an Active or Ambition model in the petrol, go ahead and buy one. However, if you’re planning on buying a Style or (Monte Carlo/Edition X) with a petrol engine and an automatic transmission, I think you should switch over to the Volkswagen equivalents of the above models, i. e., the VW Vento Highline or Highline Plus TSI. Why buy a TSI? Neither the Rapid nor the Vento have a TSI engine option on the two base models(Sköda Active/Ambition or VW Trendline/Comfortline) They just use a 1.6 litre naturally aspirated MPI engine instead. As you move higher up in the Rapid lineup, you’ll notice that it still retains the 1.6L MPI engine, while the Vento drops the MPI engine at the Highline Variant. The Highline and Highline Plus variants get a (turbocharged)1.2 litre TSI engine. The 1.2L TSI engine produces the same power at a lower rpm range, 22Nm more of torque, again, at a lower RPM range, and, above all, it’s got a better fuel efficiency of 18.19 kmpl instead of 14.3 kmpl in the MPI. If you’re buying an Automatic, it’s got a 7-speed DSG gearbox as opposed to the 6-speed torque converter automatic in the Rapid. Reports state that the TSI engine is more fun to drive too. The ex-showroom price difference(as of 2–12–18) between the Sköda Rapid Monte Carlo 1.6L MPI AT and the VW Vento 1.2L TSI Highline Plus at is ~INR 46000. Why shouldn’t I buy a TSI? You will experience some turbo lag while using a TSI engine although VW has done an excellent job masking this in the 1.2 TSI engine. The torque converter automatic on the Rapid MPI will also probably be more reliable than the DSG on the Vento TSI. —x— In terms of build quality, Sköda shares VW’s Pune plant for a small fee for the assembly of the Rapid(VW Group owns Sköda). So, the build quality is more or less the same(although I have seen more cost-cutting in Sködas compared to VWs) The Vento also has 34 litres more of boot capacity than the Rapid according to official brochures. The grille, too, looks cleaner though it might not be to everyone’s taste. However, in India, you’ll get a better resale value for the Rapid, though Volkswagen was intended to be a more premium brand than Sköda. If you’re looking for other options, look at the City i-VTEC(high-revving), Verna VTVT(great build, fit, finish and refinement) or the Toyota Yaris(bulletproof reliability, 7 airbags standard and a plethora of other safety features).
Yes, Toyota Yaris is available in Seatbelt Reminder. The available Seatbelt Reminder variants are: 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E, 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G, 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5J.
Here are the Transmission Manufacture and variants of Toyota Yaris:
|Variants||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5J|
Yes, Toyota Yaris is available in Daytime Running Lights. The available Daytime Running Lights variants are: 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E, 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G, 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5J.