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Behold the new 2020 Toyota Yaris facelift!
Toyota has officially launched the totally bonkers GR Yaris hot hatch in Japan.
Images of a black and white patent filing of a hatchback that looks like the Toyota Yaris has surfaced
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It is no secret that I adore the Toyota GR Yaris.
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in the near future, as Toyota Malaysia recently posted a lone photo of the 2020 Toyota GR Yaris on their
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UMW Toyota Malaysia recently opened order books for the new 2021 Toyota Yaris facelift in Malaysia.
Just recently, official prices of the 2021 Toyota Yaris have been released.
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I know what you mean. You’re wondering what made pickups go from this: to this: The answer, at least from my perspective in Thailand, is quite simple. Cost and Utility Looking at the second pickup, it can do all that the first can do, ,but with five people., As ,Kai Herrmann,’s answer said, pickups these days are much more comfortable and luxurious (compared to the past), so you’d be happy to take your family in it. Sure, there might be some differences in towing capacity, but most in Thailand ,don’t need that. We don’t really have that sort of RV culture that would require towing large trailers. However, many people do have businesses that require them to carry lots of stuff. So pickups are good for them. Furthermore, pickups these days are ,much more, comfortable than they used to be. I happened to check out an Isuzu D-Max crew cab: This picture isn’t mine, but the truck was more or less the same. All of the luxuries of a car added into the utility of a truck. That might be why trucks like the Toyota Hilux and Isuzu D-max are so common in Thailand. Now, let’s have a good look at the second (and possibly more important) factor: Cost Let’s have a look at the prices of different Toyota cars in Thailand (by far the largest automaker in the Kingdom). Firstly, let’s look at the price of a Crew Cab Hilux: The cheapest versions start out at 690,000 THB, but it’s likely that there’s high variability in terms of what’s being bought. Needless to say, the price ,will not, exceed 1.2 (1.4 to be safe) million bath (MB). Remember, this is the ,only, car that your family will be buying because it meets all of your needs. So, for the sake of this experiment, let’s assume that this will cost you THB 900,000 on average. Of course, those strapped for cash will buy some of the cheaper versions. Total Expenditure on cars in the Family: THB 900,000 Now, let’s move on to the other option, which is to have a separate work truck (WT) along with a family transporter. Here’s the price list for Toyota Sedans and Hatchbacks in Thailand (I’m sticking with Toyota for the sake of simplicity here): For the sake of price, let’s stick with the ,cheapest, of all the cars that have been displayed: The entry-level Yaris ATIV. This sweet little car will set you back a sweet THB 529,000 (which will undoubtedly increase if you want to get something slightly better). But remember - this car won’t fulfill all your needs! You still need a WT to get all your work done. So, you head out to buy a nice new Toyota Hilux. This sweet baby will set you back by a nice ,THB 533,000,. Not exactly cheap. So what’s your total expenditure on the cars if you buy these two? THB 1.06 Million,. That’s not exactly cheap for most families. Considering that for around THB 350,000 less, they can get a (very decent) pickup truck that meets all their needs and is overall a better transporter than both of these, why would anyone buy a WT these days? Of course, for those that can afford them, or those that have fleets, this isn’t really a question. But let’s face it. Neither the WT nor the Yaris ATIV will ever be as good as your Hilux Double. The Yaris will be a tight fit if you want to go on a long trip or want to go anywhere even slightly taxing - I know this well enough, considering that my family’s had a Toyota Vios (2008) for 12 years. For me, Dad, and Mom, it was fine considering that we didn’t go out a lot, but if you add just ,two, more people, they’ll get to know each other really well over the course of the trip. *That sounded like a good thing - it’s not. The ATIV, which will likely not have as much space or comfort as even the Vios, would be a horrible car for a 4–5 person family to go on a road trip. Please note that Thais do this quite often (similar to Americans). With all this put into perspective, we see that people these days buy big pickup trucks for the following reasons: The Definites Cost Utility The So - So Reason: Coolness Let’s admit it, pickups are cool. Many people also see them as ‘adventure tools’, which is reflected in their ads: Just look at all three ads. It’s plainly obvious that they’re appealing to a certain part of the viewer’s mindset. Even if you think that it’s stupid that one would ever ‘need’ a truck like that, then you don’t understand the buyers. At all. Thailand-Specific Reason The main reasons Thais buy pickups have been outlined above, but there’s another key reason: ,Floods,. I survived the 2011 floods. Okay, that sounds dramatic, but the floodwaters reached our house and were about 1 meter high. The walls still have the marks from the flooding. Other areas, of course, were worse. Where I live, the only vehicles moving were: Big Army Trucks Pickups Thousands of cars were lost in those tragic floods (along with 800+ innocent people and billions of dollars of damage). But I’d wager that a pickup would fare ,much, better than a small sedan. Furthermore, flash floods are quite common on city streets. Once again, normal cars will be fine, but I’d err on caution. However, there is one key reason why Thai’s ,DON’T ,own large pickups: Overcompensation Thanks!
No, Toyota Yaris doesn't have Steering Adjustment Electric.
No, Toyota Yaris doesn't have Euro NCAP Rating.
Here are the Auto Headlamps and variants of Toyota Yaris:
|Variants||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5E||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5G||2019 Toyota Yaris 1.5J|