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toyota yaris warranty Q&A Review

Should I buy the extended warranty on an 8 year old Toyota Yaris?

Hell no. That would be an absolute waste of cash. Save your hard earned cash for needed servicing and maintenance if you wish to use your money wisely.

Is Yaris better than Honda City V and Volkswagen Vento in mileage, performance, look, and maintenance (Vento giving 6 years free warranty makes it maintenance lower than Toyota Yaris?)?

Yaris production might be stopped soon and replaced with a version of Ciaz.I found the Yaris to be small in width compared to the competition. Volkswagen vehicle are a hassle to own the service warranty given by the company should be honoured by the dealer .If the dealer denies the claim approaching Volkswagen will not help as they hardly respond to customer issues. If you are getting the Yaris at great discounts as they are closing the production line and space is not an issue go for it else go with honda city.

Why cars are so expensive in india as compared to US or other nations?

I worked in UAE for 4yrs. I use to own Ford Fusion 2.0L 240HP EcoBoost as below pictures. It costed me 1,15,000 AED (Rs.23,34,000) on-road includes, 1yr insurance, 1yr registration, 5yrs warranty, 3yrs service. Same car in India shall cost Rs. 23,34,000 + 28% GST + 20% Cess + 17% Registration (Hyd >4m vehicles) + 5% insurance = Rs.43 Lacs atleast Ex-Showroom price in India includes below taxes, which makes vehicles very expensive. Cars <4-Mtrs petrol <1.2 ltr= 28%GST+1% Cess=29% Cars <4-Mtrs diesel <1.5 ltr = 28%GST+3%Cess=31% Cars <4-Mtrs (petrol>1.2 liter/diesel>1.5L)= 28%GST+15% Cess= 43% Cars >4-Metres <1.5 ltr = 28%GST+15% Cess= 43% Cars > 4 mtrs > 1.5 ltr = 28% GST +20% Cess = 48% SUVs > 4mtrs = 28% GST+22% Cess = 50% Hybrid Vehicles= 28% GST+15% Cess= 43% Electric Vehicles = 5% GST ‐-------------------------------------------------------- UAE/India on-road prices:- Honda Civic VX AMT = Rs.14 Lacs/ Rs.23 Lacs Honda city CVT =Rs.10.5 lacs/Rs.14.5 lacs Honda CRV 2WD = Rs.18 Lacs/Rs.33.5 lacs Toyota Fortuner 2.7AMT= Rs.20Lacs/Rs.39 Lacs Honda Accord AMT= Rs.21Lacs/Rs.51 lacs Toyota Camry AMT = Rs.18Lacs/ Rs.45Lacs Toyota Prius Hybrid= Rs.17 Lacs/ Rs.54Lacs Toyota Yaris VX CVT= Rs.11.7 lacs/ 16.5 Lacs. Hyundai Tucson AMT = Rs.18Lacs / Rs.26 lacs Hyundai Elantra AMT = Rs.14 Lacs/ Rs.23.4Lacs ‐----'----------------------------------------- UAE attracts 5% GST. Annual registration+insurance =2% of car value after depreciation. Car loan interest-rate= 5% max. Auto companies in India are tired of requesting tax reduction in the Auto-sector, but somehow Indian govt is not consumer-friendly in case of auto taxes. Over to that our taxes per liter of petrol/diesel is around 85% to 96% on OMC price to dealer. Toyota leading in Middle- Eastern countries. Starting models in UAE are Toyota Camry (All taxi's), Chevrolet Cruze, Mazda 3, Toyota Yaris, Kia Optima, Nissan Altima, Nissan Kicks, Hyundai Elantra, Hyundai Accent, Hyundai Creta, Toyota Corolla, Toyota Yaris, Honda Civic. ‐---------------- Conclusion: Personally, I'm against the uneven concentration of taxes in the Indian Auto sector. Tax is heavily concentrated at vehicle sales & petrol/diesel prices. It should be distributed evenly across the Auto-industry. Like 18% GST shall be max. on any vehicle. 28% is too high irrespective of the car model. As per govt., approx. loss by reducing GST to 18% is around 40,000 cr. annually. 2019–20 cars+commercial vehicle sales were 4million, which means govt. losing Rs.1 lac tax/car, but this will improve consumer saving, spending & growth-rate in other sectors. It is equivalent to pumping Rs.40,000cr/annum in other sectors. Cess shall be completely removed on vehicles. Logically “Environmental-Cess” shall be applied to fuel usage, not on devices that use them. Cess shall be paid for petrol/diesel purchases but not for vehicle purchases. Bring petrol/diesel to 28%GST and apply environmental 10% cess. Still, the price will be less than Rs.60/ltr at $65per barrel. Toll-charges can be increased by 10–15paisa for passenger vehicles, which is currently at around or less than Rs.1.1/km Vehicle registration shall be locked to 12% max. Gst. New policies for ‘Ethanol-100′ Flex-fuel vehicles can be introduced, by allowing ethanol import (currently restricted). This will create new jobs, business, more tax, more forex for govt. New policies for 100% CNG/Hybrid CNG vehicles can be introduced. India need more “underpass or overpass interchanges” like below pics at various “traffic signal junctions” in cities to ease vehicle congestion. Majority of ‘Traffic signals’ within cities shall be replaced with interchanges.

Which is better, a Toyota Yaris or a Honda City?

Which car is better between Toyota Yaris & Honda City? Toyota Yaris is way much better than Honda City. Toyota Yaris is more stylish and with better features compared to Honda City. There is nothing surprising in saying that most Toyota vehicles outlive their owners. Timely servicing as advised by the Toyota service centers is enough to maintain the vehicle in great condition for many years. There is no need of changing many parts as the years pass by, except the parts that get wear and tear on usage like brake pads, clutch plates, etc. In terms of service, Honda lacks a bit due to its relatively high maintenance cost and low life of the vehicle. This is a major drawback of Honda City being a product of Honda. As warranty has been playing a key role in gaining the trust of buyers, Toyota has never been seen compromising in it. With its long life and low maintenance, Toyota Yaris gets a 3 year standard warranty. It has additional warranty packs offered by Toyota that can be purchased after the standard warranty plan ends. In addition to this, Yaris has been given an additional 1 year standard warranty by Toyota for a limited time to out sell the Honda city and many other such competitive vehicles to Yaris. While Honda city has both Petrol and diesel variants, the Performance of Yaris’ Petrol engine is much appreciated in the market. Toyota has always been seeing smiles in its customers faces at the service centers due to the lowest ever maintenance costs which is what most of the Indians want i.e. Low maintenance and long life. While it comes to the Interiors and exteriors, Toyota by its genre feels like a premium vehicle both in and out. Although the plastics are used, the cabin looks premium still with simple design. This premium look shows how Toyota is aiming towards mature buyers who deserve it. Toyota by itself gives it vehicles and their users a brand image that increases its resale value when compared to that of Honda vehicles due to difference in maintenance costs. Both sedans are competitive in providing what a Sedan lover wants. However, Yaris has certain segment first features that made it better than Honda City. As Toyota Yaris is way simpler than Honda City in looks and design with sober looks, it is for those who want a comfortable all-rounder with more features than those young hearts who go by the stylish looks of the vehicle trying to be sporty enough.

What is a good reliable, not too expensive car for a student?

My answer to any kind of “what car to buy” question is: If you want a quality appliance, without doing any product research or contemplation, then Pick the smallest Toyota model that meets your needs. If no such Toyota exists because you insist on a station wagon or all-wheel drive, pick the smallest Subaru model that meets your needs. If you want luxury features, get the top trim level (XLE for Toyota and Limited for Subaru) instead of a luxury brand. Stick with the base engine if possible. To reduce depreciation, buy a car 2–5 years old from a reputable vendor that offers an inspection and warranty, such as CarMax or the manufacturer’s CPO program. The rationale is that the statistics show that Toyotas and Subarus are almost certain to be “good” products (if not necessarily “the best” for a given market segment). Toyotas are a bit more economical which is why they’re prioritized first. Following this process for a “reliable cheap car for a student” yields the Toyota Yaris (aka Vitz in some markets). I can’t say the Yaris is glamorous, but I can say that it is astronomically better and more ,dignified, than the hand-me-down Cavaliers and K-cars I suffered through growing up and in college. If you are in the snow belt and insist on all-wheel drive, go with a Subaru Impreza. What if you ,don’t, want an appliance, or ,do, want to do product research and contemplation? Then you know more about your personal preferences and circumstances than I do, so make your own decision :) . There aren’t really any truly terrible cars left on the market, so whatever you choose will probably work out OK.

With Rs.10L to Rs. 12L, which sedan (preferably automatic) should I buy?

As your budget goes up to 12L, I will not suggest you compact sedans. I would recommend that you increase your budget a little to ,13L on road,. This will get you sufficiently equipped petrol ,mid size sedan with automatic transmission,. Your choice can be : Skoda Rapid 1.0 TSI Ambition AT: 12.97L Toyota Yaris G Optional CVT: 13.0L I have omitted the Maruti Ciaz due to its comparatively light build quality and very old and slow 4-speed autobox. The Automatic variants of Honda City and Hyundai Verna will cost you up to 14L. But in my opinion, the Rapid and Yaris will provide you most value for money. Here are the merits of each one. Skoda Rapid 1.0 TSI Ambition AT World renowned, and advanced 1.0 TSI ,Turbo Petrol engine, with 110 Hp and 175 Nm Quick shifting, smooth and reliable 6-speed Torque converter automatic Skoda’s good build quality with comprehensive 6 years warranty and service package Exterior Features: ,15 Inch Alloys, Projector Headlamps with LED DRLs, Front and Rear Foglamps, Rear Defogger, , Rear Parking Sensors, Electrically adjustable and foldable ORVMs Comfort Features,: Auto AC, 8 inch Android Touchscreen Music System, Steering mounted Audio Controls, Front and Rear Armrests, Rear AC vents, All Adjustable Headrests, 460L Boot space Some Unique Features:, Tilt and Telescopic Steering Adjustment, Auto Dimming IRVMs, One touch down on all Windows, Tinted Windows and Windscreen, Remote Controlled Power Windows Drawbacks:, Only 4 color options in Ambition Trim, Interiors though good quality may feel too bland and simple, Floor tunnel in rear seat is prominent and hampers leg space for middle 3rd passenger, Fuel efficiency marginally lower than manual Toyota Yaris G Optional CVT: 13.0L Toyota’s renowned solid build quality and very high reliability CVT is very smooth and jerk free, fuel efficiency higher than manual Exterior Features: ,Dual tone Color with Black Roof,, ,Diamond Cut, ,Alloys, Projector Headlamps, Front and Rear Foglamps, Rear Defogger , Rear Parking Sensors, Electrically adjustable and foldable ORVMs Comfort Features,: Push Button Start/Stop with Smart Entry, Auto AC, Steering mounted Audio Controls, Rear Armrest, All Adjustable Headrests, 476L Boot space Some Unique Features:, 7 Airbags (including side, knee and curtain), Steering Mounted Paddle Shifters, Roof Mounted Air Vent with Ambient Lights, 4.2 inch color MID display Drawbacks:, ,No Music System ,though has 4 speakers and steering controls(above image is of V Option), No Front Armrest, During sudden acceleration there is noticeable Lag in CVT due to Rubber band effect Both the cars have their own merits and demerits and you should test both extensively to gauge which one suits your needs the best. The fit finish levels are very good for both the cars and both feel premium. However, performance wise I would recommend the Rapid. But if you need very high reliability, Yaris must be the choice. Still,, if you wish, to go for the top end variant of a ,compact sedan,, ,Honda Amaze, is the best choice. You can have the highly fuel efficient VX CVT Diesel for 11.29L or the smooth and refined VX CVT Petrol for 9.80L.

What makes BMW cars expensive to maintain especially out of warranty compared to cars of similar or better quality?

I don’t like any of the 3 answers I have read so far. I’m 58 years old. I have owned around 50 or so cars in my lifetime so far. I have had 5 BMWs so far, soon to be on my sixth. Fact: if you use an apples to apples comparison, in other words, buying your parts for a regular Detroit 3 car or Asian car and your BMW from the same parts source, there is minimal difference in cost. Example: I was at an auto glass place last year, and the car ahead of me was a Honda Civic. The price for a windshield : $220 CDN. The price for a BMW 5 Series: $240. Seeing as the windshield for the 5 Series is larger, the price per square inch is relatively similar. Example: I got an air filter for my neighbour’s Toyota Yaris, the smallest Toyota on the market in North America. I checked the price against my 5 Series. and the Yaris filter was $2 lower. But once again, it was smaller, so the price per square inch was similar. There is an old saying going back to the Nazis in WW2: If someone hears something 5 or 6 times, they take it to be true, and don’t bother to question it. I have been hearing that BMW parts are more expensive for the past 30 years. And yet, the evidence doesn’t back it up. Why don’t you go on an online auto parts website, and compare the parts prices for a typical Asian midsize car, such as Mazda 6, Nissan Altima, Hyundai Sonata, Subaru Legacy, etc., and compare them to the parts prices of the same model year base BMW 3 Series? I bet that you won’t do it, because the end result is that maybe the BMW parts will be a few dollars higher, at most. Some parts that I can remember buying over the past few years are a water pump at $40, a thermostat housing for $18, a rear stabilizer bar bushing for $10. Are these prices really going to be massively less on a Kia or Chevrolet? Here is the key: stay away from the BMW stealership. Get your parts from sources such as large parts warehouses and online. Also, stay away from big, corporate national chains. In many cases, they are worse than the dealerships, and the service people don’t know nearly as much about cars. Use an independent owner operated garage, where the hourly rate is the same for all brands. In every major city, there are guys that specialize in used BMW, or German cars in general. Fact: I have owned several Japanese cars over the past few decades and they definitely are more reliable than the BMWs I have owned, so a BMW will cost you more than a good Japanese brand, solely for the reason that it will require more repairs. However, when something does wear out as it does on all cars, rotors, pads, shocks, struts, belts, hoses, bulbs, filters, etc., the parts and labour prices are not going to be that much higher. If they are, you are simply going to the wrong place. Cue the fake news about aftermarket parts “not fitting right”. What a crock of bs. Newsflash people: car companies don’t make their own parts, so every part on a car was made by an outside manufacturer. It’s true that I would not trust a Chinese part in a lot of circumstances, however, the parts I get for my BMW are from European companies that frequently supply the Euro automakers. Companies such as Bosch, Lemforder, Siemens, Bilstein, etc.

What is the life expectancy of the battery in an all electric vehicle and what is its replacement cost? Do people factor this into the cost of ownership?

Jeff Reno, hi a war on ignorance, I like that, I presume you don’t own a BEV? I had a Toyota Yaris 1.4 for 15yrs and I decided to upgrade, had no ideas about BEVs but a friend had the Yaris Hybrid and swore by it so I went and had a test drive of one and after being out for 30mins with the salesman he declares that the app on his smart phone says I had done 50% on electric and 50% on petrol. And that equated to 40mpg. However, I did not like the feel of it and the interior looked cheap price was £17,950 and yes that would have reduced by mileage cost by half really didn’t like to tell him I was getting 45mpg in my 15yr old Leaf. Next door in Nissan we bought our Qashqai from the Sales Manager a couple of years earlier so I went in really for a free coffee, David was there and came over to say hello, I got chatting about about the Yaris and what a dismal failure of expectations I had, he said come with me and we got into a Flame Red 2017 30kWh only 6 months old his demonstrator vehicle, one drive and with permission of my wife we bought it, price £17,500. Now your main question about battery. Nissan warranty is 100,000 miles or 8yrs there are taxis in the U.K. with over 150,000 miles on the clock and the batteries are going strong. By the time my Leaf will require a battery…. There will be new batteries on the market half the size, triple the energy density and a fraction of the cost, by then it will most probably need a new paint job a few dints taken out and a new drivers seat installed plus new springs and struts and any universal joints fixed. What I can honestly tell you is my average annual stats are 4.3 miles per kWh on average my cost is £0.03pence/kWh Now my wife drives a Qashqai average about 35mpg at £5.70 gallon of fuel For that £5.70 I can drive 190 miles. For further information check out Dr Euan McTurk on Youtube he is a battery chemist and he will dispel all the myths surrounding BEVs. Hope the above helps in your quest for knowledge.

Which subcompact hatchback would you choose to buy between a Toyota Yaris, a Ford Fiesta, and a Nissan Versa? I’m preferably focused on the later ‘00s models.

Toyota. Significantly higher quality than the other two. Nissan has had poor quality for the last 15 years, Ford is Ford. If you were going to trade in before warranty period expired, I’d still get the Toyota because it’s depreciation is less.

What is the worst rental car you have ever gotten?

It was 2013 or so when I took my Dodge Charger in for warranty service and the dealership arranged a free rental vehicle for me. The above vehicle is what I got. A Toyota Yaris. The smallest, cheapest, lowest-powered, and most uncomfortable car made. It is basic transportation at best. The rental agency guy was standing there with papers for me to sign. I looked inside the car - it smelled like dog poop. Fresh dog poop. Nope. Not happening. I’m having no part of this and the rental agency guy asks me who “pissed in my corn flakes” that morning. So I refused - he insisted, and I went back in to the dealership to the service advisor and just asked her to come over and see the car. She could smell it without opening the door. So I wait and they bring over another vehicle. This was a Dodge Stratus, which had not been produced since 2005. An 8-year-old rental? I looked inside - the headliner was falling down and the sun visors were detached. The seats had aftermarket covers on them. Even though this car doesn’t smell bad, the answer is no. Rental guy insists, again. Again, it’s a hard no. Again I call over my service advisor to ask what’s happening and why I’m being punished. I tell her straight up that this rental agency had better come up with a clean, new, and appropriately-valued vehicle. The agency guy claimed they had nothing else. The thing is that my dealership was in this giant “Auto Mall” and the rental agency - Enterprise - was within sight. I offered to walk over with him and speak to the owner, manager, or whoever else I could find who wasn’t spending the dealership’s money responsibly. (As it was warranty service, the rental was free to me. The dealership, and Chrysler, were the ones paying for it, and they have leverage here by renting a dozen cars, every day, from that Enterprise location.) Rental guy gets huffy and is about to lay into a speech of some kind. I just walk outside. A brand new Chrysler Town & Country minivan pulls up from Enterprise. I told the rental guy that this would do. My service advisor is right behind me and she asks him, “Would you like that I call the owner over?” Smart move on her part - never mind the service manager or general manager - the owner was in that day and he was, as I recall, very hands-on for issues like this. I get the minivan, bring it back the next evening. The rental guy I dealt with, is working at the counter with someone right beside him, retraining him. I sure do hope that Enterprise got rid of that 8-year old rental car, as it was very worn out. But that cheap Toyota Yaris - I don’t even think that thermite will get rid of the smell.

  • Does Toyota Yaris has Headlamps?

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

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    Yes, Toyota Yaris is available in Auto Headlamps. The available Auto Headlamps variants are: 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E, 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G, 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5J.

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    Yes, Toyota Yaris has Blind Spot Info System, which are: 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E, 2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G.