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The Toyota Yaris secured an impressive 4-star rating in Latin NCAP crash tests. It is worth mentioning that the Yaris that was tested was a Brazil-spec version with fewer safety features than the one sold in India. The Yaris showed acceptable protection for frontal impact and good protection for side impact. Child occupant protection on the Yaris is good. It must be noted that the Yaris in India has 7 airbags and ABS as standard on all variants. Toyota also offers vehicle stability control on the top-spec variant of the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz rival here.

Toyota Yaris Price

Toyota Yaris prices start at Rs. 9.29 lakh for petrol and goes upto Rs. 14.07 lakh. Toyota Yaris is available in 8 variants and 6 colours.

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Yaris Variants Price List

Yaris J
17.1 kmpl | Petrol | Manual
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Yaris J CVT
17.8 kmpl | Petrol | Automatic
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Yaris G
17.1 kmpl | Petrol | Manual
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Editor's View of Toyota Yaris

  • Upside

    Space, Quality, Standard equipment

  • Downside

    No Diesel

Toyota Yaris Colours

  • Wildfire Red
  • Super White
  • Silver Metallic
  • Phantom Brown
  • Pearl White
  • Grey Metallic

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Specifications

The Yaris is available with a single 1.5-litre, 4-cylinder petrol engine. The motor makes 107PS of power and 140Nm of torque, and can be had with either a 6-speed manual or a 7-step automatic CVT. Now, it isn’t the most sprightly sedan around, but it does a phenomenal job of commuting. There’s no diesel engine on offer, and Toyota says we shouldn’t be holding our breaths for one.

Exterior and Interior

Toyota’s Yaris might not be an aesthetic delight, but it does look purposeful. In terms of size, it’s right up there with its rivals and it does have the must-have ingredients. The face is dominated by the large projector headlamps that feature a LED light guide. There’s a separate set of daytime running lamps underlining the headlamps too. You’d find some more LEDs in the tail lamps of the Yaris, and that pretty much sums up the design highlights. The design is typically Japanese (and typically Toyota), which should please most and offend none. If we could nitpick, we’d say the wheels are one size too small. They simply don’t sync with the bulbous proportions of the Yaris.

Despite being among the widest cars in its class, the Yaris’ cabin does feel quite narrow. It’s a four seater in our books. Even its younger cousin, the Etios, offers more width at the rear. Kneeroom, while not exceptional, feels acceptable. If you pick the top-spec VX variant, Toyota will spoil you silly. Highlights include a powered driver’s seat, a 4.2-inch TFT colour screen for the MID and roof-mounted AC vents. Segment staples including automatic climate control, cruise control and leather upholstery are on offer as well. What’s truly commendable is Toyota’s decision of offering seven airbags as standard right from the base-spec variant.

Variants

You get to choose between a total of four variants for the Yaris - J, G, V and VX. Like we mentioned earlier, the fact that seven airbags are standard across the range is a sweet touch. We’d say it’s the one above base G variant that packs in the most value. You’d want nothing more for the price.

Competitors

Honda City: The City continues to be the most desirable sedan in this lot. It’s got the looks, the tech and more importantly - that oh-so-illustrious H badge on the grille. It’s fun to drive and has enough space to shame cars from a segment above. Looking for a big car experience? Dial H for Honda.

Hyundai Verna: Looks suave, is loaded with features you didn’t know of, and most importantly - doesn’t ride like it’s got pogo sticks for wheels. If you can make peace with the limited room at the rear, this is the best Verna ever!

Volkswagen Vento: It’s ageing, but it’s far from being dated. If you’re keen on driving (fast) yourself, the dual-clutch transmission on the Vento will be a more-than-willing partner in crime. It’s got a stiff ride, but the basics of space, practicality and ergonomics have been nailed to the T.

Maruti Ciaz: There’s nothing that makes you go ‘wow’, but it doesn’t let you whine either. Yes, it’s a bit boring to drive and it could do with some more features. But, if you need a no-nonsense car to be chauffeured around in without burning a hole in your pocket, the Ciaz should be in your garage.

Skoda Rapid: There’s not much to dislike about the Skoda sedan. With the facelift, it looks as premium as ever and packs in more tech, too. If you feel the Vento is a bit out of reach, pick the Rapid. It’s practically the same package delivered with a smaller pinch to the wallet. Yes, it’s a tad bit old and it could do with some more features - but that build quality does make up for a lot!

ZigSays

The Yaris isn’t a mass-pleaser. It will appeal to those who appreciate nuances like a sure-footed ride, and low NVH over gimmicks such as LED headlamps and sunroofs. If you needed a petrol sedan that will outlast you, your search ends here.

Toyota Yaris User Reviews

4.1 /5
32 Rating & 14 reviews
  • Mileage
    3.8/5
  • Comfort
    4.3/5
  • Performance
    4.1/5
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  • Maintenance Cost
    3.9/5
  • Safety
    4.4/5
  • Features & Styling
    3.8/5

Preferred For : Family & Daily Commute

53% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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RAJESH S
RAJESH S 3.0 6 Mar 2019

Yaris is a family car, if you are giving priority to safety and comfort. As my last 8 months experience, safety and comfort is the positive things in Yaris. But this is an over priced car (For V-CVT variant, should pay about 15 Lakhs) and also it does not have any good features (Eg - Very Bad Infotainment System), So don"t go for a higher variant of this car, instead buy a lower variant and add additional features whatever you need,Since this car have 7 Airbag and ABS included in all its variants. Regarding the mileage for Normal driving you will get 12 to 13 and in Traffic, it should be about 9 to 10.

Uses this car for : Family Car
Gets mileage of : 12 kmpl
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Sls Babu
Sls Babu 3.7 31 Oct 2018

Yaris is great all round car but over pricing just killed it. Decent design inspired from Lexus at the front and Corolla at the back . Tyre size could have been 16 inch for v or vx variants ( they had given 185/60R15 for all variants , which is the default size of B segment ) . It looks like , they took out Etios engine, add more power , add more air bags and renamed with Yaris with astronomical pricing. Interior space is decent . Ride and handling is also nice . Overall , except for J variants , other variants are simply over priced

Uses this car for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 10 kmpl
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Sol Rudolf
Sol Rudolf 5.0 10 Feb 2019

Amazing car. Ignore the reviewers, Indian buyers have been had again. The extra price over the competition doesnt matter as this a car you can keep for 10 years. Car is great for daily commutes, Toyota has tuned it for mileage but you can race if you drop a gear. Best in class build quality.

Uses this car for : Daily Commute | Family Car
Gets mileage of : 13 kmpl
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The claimed ARAI mileage for the Toyota Yaris petrol is 17 kmpl.

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The estimated service cost for Toyota Yaris Petrol for 8 years is Rs. 29,942
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