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Hundai verna has more features , lesser price, high power engine and safety wise will be good. Negatives will be low mileage and higher cost of ownership when compared to Yaris. Yaris being Toyota is a 5 star ncap rated safest car and even base varient itself has 7 airbags. Verna has 6 in top model. Even Toyota Etios being sold to travels itself has 4 star rating. You just imagine how much this company concentrates on safety. And it has lesser power engine when compared to Verna but mileage will be higher. Toyota is known for its lowest cost of ownership. Yes it is constlier but it deserves its price. It is feature less when compared to Verna but it has right whishles for safety. Some of them are you cant lock the car from outside when you left the car key inside. Even if you lock the car from inside with keys inside the car, driver door remain unlocked. It has slipper breaks means during sudden stopping if your legs slips from break, the car will be stopped by sensing how fast you released the accelerator pedal. Finally if you want safer car with Better mileage, low.cost of ownership, little bit higher legroom go for Yaris G varient ( Manual or automatic ) which will have push button start, speed sending door lock and unlock, adjustable front and rear headrests like features. I have attached the feature list as well but I won't have alloy wheel and If you require get them fitted in outside market.yaris G manual variant right now cost 1280000 on road Chennai. ( Reference Harsha Toyota) If you want safer, peppier engine but ok with little bit reduced mileage and little bit higher cost of ownership go for Verna top end as(o)( top only offers ventilated seats, push button start, rear adjustable headrests like features. It comes 1394000 on road Chennai ( reference kun hundai) I can see most of the people speaking like indian varient and European varient has difference but hundai doesn't compromise safety on top model in Verna and Toyota doesn't compromise on safety even from its hatchbacs ( base varient liva and Etios scored 4 stars) Hope it will be helpful for everyone. But test drive from your end and buy which one comes close to your heart.
From a German point of view, the answer to this seems a little bit odd: Because the Toyota Prius is such an ugly car. The initial idea of the Toyota Prius was to make a car which is both very fuel efficient and very easy to drive in stop & go traffic. The Prius concept was not about having fun driving or gaining status or something like that. Buying a Prius does not make you appear mannish or brave. Toyota started to sell the Prius in 1997, and the first gen Prius was ultra-ugly. Its Hybrid Synergy Drive behaved like a CVT, something which is not popular in Germany. Besides that a Toyota Prius is not very good at going very fast over the Autobahn. This may sound very negative, but there are other examples of cars which were made to save fuel, and they also did not sell well. This is an Audi A2 1.4 TDI, a technological marvel: Body made from aluminium, incredibly low drag, optimized drivetrain. It was one of the first cars which reached a mileage better than 78 mpg. The car was pretty expensive and did not sell well. The number of people who is willing to spend much money in order to save gas is limited. There is another thing to say: Cars like the Toyota Prius or Honda Insight run on gasoline. When Toyota started to sell the Prius, VW had lots of cars with ultra-efficient TDI diesel engines. And a Prius may save lots of fuel compared to an ordinary Camry, but it has a tough time against a Golf TDI. There is another effect called “not invented here”. If you are used to cars with ordinary IC engines and manual gearboxes, a car like the Prius seems strange. What about the battery, can it fail? And the engine is off at every traffic light, isn’t that bad? Driving a Prius feels different to driving a Golf. And a wise man once said: “Nobody likes a change, except a little baby with wet diapers” I have boiled down the species “hybrid car” to the Toyota Prius, because for years in Germany Hybrid meant “Prius”. However, Toyota has adapted the HSD technology to most of their model lines. I bought a Toyota Yaris Hybrid. You can buy this car with a small 1 liter engine and manual gearbox, with a 1.5 liter engine and manual or automatic gearbox - or as a 1.5 liter hybrid version. Prices vary very much. You can buy such a car for 12,000 Euro, but a fully equipped hybrid is about 19,000 Euro. You cannot save 7,000 Euro just from saving fuel. In order to value the Hybrid synergy drive, you have to value the seamless transmission and the quiet operation. This works well with the Yaris - about 60 percent of the sold Yaris in Germany are hybrids. It is the same with the Corolla or the Rav4 - rather conventional cars. The Prius stays exceptional - and does not sell well. Last year Toyota sold only a few hundred Prius in Germany. Obviously they consider skipping the Prius in Germany.
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:)
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 doesn’t have.
Each car has its own strength and weakness, so accordingly here is how each one ranks : Most comfortable (genuine 5 seater): Honda City Best ride quality(rough roads) and noise insulation: Toyota Yaris Most fuel efficient petrol manual: Maruti Ciaz Automatic with minimum perceptible lag: Toyota Yaris CVT Most fun to drive petrol manual: Honda City Best diesel manual/automatic: Hyundai Verna Highest crash safety rating and equipment: Toyota Yaris Honda City looks more premium, though design can be subjective, but generally Honda has a higher appeal and brand value specially in this segment. Along with a roomy and well appointed cabin, it shines as a driver's car with its sure footedness on highways and corners. It also enjoys the highest resale value. Toyota Yaris is a slow selling model, it's base model is the cheapest here but the top trim is expensive even than the City ZX. But it is a very capable car with a silent cabin and plush ride. If considering a petrol, should be test driven at least once. Hyundai Verna can be considered having the best balance overall of performance, equipment price and ride. It's USP is having the widest offering of variants with different engine/transmission options, so the customer has the most choice here. Maruti Ciaz is available at the least price with the most interior space and sufficient features, but on crash safety worthiness it arguably comes last in the segment.
The main reason I would say is that manuals are typically cheaper. The typical "first car" in Britain will be a tiny engined <1.2 litre hatchback, like a Vauxhall corsa, Ford Fiesta, Toyota Yaris or peugeot 206. This is primarily due to insurance costs, which are massive even for those tiny and slow cars. The car will typically be old and cost less than £2000. You simply do not have automatic examples of those cars on the market at that price. In more expensive cars, automatics are more common than they are amongst cheap cars. I think the cost angle plays a much bigger role than people just thinking manuals are more fun. Autos can be fun too! Also, virtually everyone in the UK can drive a manual since you typically learn in a manual (if you don't pass your test in a manual, you are limited to automatics). So there is no big ability barrier.
I don't think so. Once they got improved for even.small cars manual was doomed. Ive got a 1.3l toyota Yaris thats an auto. Add in the fact ICE cars are on their way out in favour of electric cars that dont even need gearboxes. I’d say nope.
You have four choices, Honda City, Hyundai Verna, Toyota Yaris and Maruti Ciaz . I have narrowed down these four as they are proven products with good customer feedback. Each car has its own strength so the best car for you will depend on your specific requirement. Based on drive train performance alone, here is what I recommend: Best Petrol Manual: Honda City Best Diesel Manual: Hyundai Verna 1.6 Best Petrol Automatic: Toyota Yaris CVT Best Diesel Automatic: Hyundai Verna 1.6 AT Based on practical attributes, here is my recommendation: Safest car with good NCAP rating: Toyota Yaris Most value for money: Maruti Ciaz Highest fuel economy Petrol: Maruti Ciaz Highest fuel economy Diesel: Honda City Most Spacious Cabin: Honda City Most sharp and precise handling : Honda City Most Silent Cabin Petrol: Toyota Yaris Most Silent Cabin Diesel: Hyundai Verna The maintenance costs are almost similar for all cars and the after sales service quality across India in general is also satisfactory by the four companies. You can choose as per your needs. Be sure to test drive extensively before making the final call.
Toyota’s spec of their 75W fluid, in reality is a synthetic 75W-85 viscosity with the newer non-sulfur/phosphorous additive technology. If you put thicker oil in it, or one with the sulfur/phos additives, you will ruin it. Besides the Toyota brand, you can find others if you really look. I sell a similar product, but not in the US.
If the transmission is in working order and it doesn't have manual mode, ease of the throttle and the transmission will up shift. If it doesn't, there is something wrong with it.
No, Toyota Yaris isn't available in Auto Parking.
No, Toyota Yaris isn't available in Euro NCAP Rating.
Here are the Rear Suspension and variants of Toyota Yaris:
|Variants||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5J|
|Rear Suspension||Torsion Beam||Torsion Beam||Torsion Beam|