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  • Q. Is It available in diesel version if yes then what is the price and specification?
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    The diesel engine Toyota employs won't meet stricter emission norms that come into effect in 2020. It doesn't make sense to offer a diesel for a short time frame of ~ 1.5 years. Hence, the Yaris is petrol only for now.Also, Toyota believes that most midsize sedan buyers opt for petrol variants, and hence the Yaris is only a petrol-only model. However, there are countless buyers still looking to purchase a diesel even if they don’t have the running to justify the premium cost and servicing attached with oil-burners. That’s because diesel engines pack a punch when it comes to performance, and rivals like the Hyundai Verna, Skoda Rapid and the Volkswagen Vento do offer something to enthusiasts that the Yaris misses out on with its sedate petrol engine.

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    Zigwheels | 10 months ago

    The diesel engine Toyota employs won't meet stricter emission norms that come into effect in 2020. It doesn't make sense to offer a diesel for a short time frame of ~ 1.5 years. Hence, the Yaris is petrol only for now. Apart form it, there is official news as of now regarding its diesel engine.

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  • Q. Is Yaris available in diesel automatic?
    Zigwheels | 10 months ago

    The Toyota Yaris is available in four variants - J, G, V and VX. All variants come with a choice of either a 6-speed manual or a CVT auto (paddle shifters). The Toyota Yaris is powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine, while there's no diesel engine on offer as of now. The 1.5-litre petrol motor puts out 108PS of max power and 140Nm of peak torque.

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    Zigwheels | 10 months ago

    There is no news as of now for the same. Stay tuned for more updates.

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  • Q. Which car will be better for self driving in city Verna or yaris petrol?
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Toyota Yaris delivers 16.4 kmpl in city and 16.3 kmpl on highway whereas its immediate competitor Honda City and Hyundai Verna has the mileage figures of 11.2 kmpl and 12.17 kmpl (in city areas) respectively but if we see their highway fuel efficiency score then Hyundai Verna with 18.43 kmpl took over the Honda city having 16.55 kmpl of fuel economy and Toyota yaris. ZW says: If you'll be majorly driving in stop-and-go traffic and1need a sedan with basic features such air bags, power windows etc and ready to compromise with rear seat space1then you should opt for Toyota Yaris as these features are available in it from the base trim and is backed by1Toyota's strong reliability and after-sales services. On the other hand, if rear seat space and boot volume is1your priority then City will a good option for you as it gives the feel of luxury sedan and it is breathing in1the Indian market from quite a long time. On the other hand, you can also go for Verna if you want a good1handling/riding and better fuel efficiency on highways. Do take a test drive in order to judge your driving1comfort. Related Read - Toyota Yaris vs Honda City vs Hyundai Verna Petrol Automatic: Comparison Review :1 https://bit.ly/2xj6gNq

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    Kushal | 9 months ago

    Whether city zx petrol has hill hold assist

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  • Q. Is Toyota yaris available in Diesel?
    Rakesh | 3 hours ago

    No

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    Kishor | 5 months ago

    I don't have any information about Seidel model in Toyota Yaris

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  • Q. I want to purchase my first car and my requirements are Petrol & Automatic. I am confused between Amaze and Yaris. Amaze being cost effective and Yaris is solid. Kindly suggest the pros and cons of yaris, City mileage, highway mileage , ground clearance and overall feedback.
    Sol | 3 months ago

    I too was stuck between the Amaze and Yaris. Since Amaze is 3 lakh cheaper, this cost is really value for money and cannot be argued with. What I liked about the Yaris was that it had 7 airbags compared to 2 in Amaze and I plan to keep the car for at least 12 years, so I felt paying an extra 3 lakhs was worth it. Of course I didn't like the front of the new Amaze and I fell in love with the Yaris on first sight. Also the Yaris felt controlled at high speeds (120+) just like the Vento so that was a plus. City mileage that I get is 13.3 kmpl, driving a Yaris manual 30 km daily in Noida. Also the body build quality is very solid as told in my answer below.

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    Rakesh | 3 hours ago

    Better passenger safety ,highway mileage of16to17kmper stand adequate ground clearance.

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  • Q. Which one should I purchase either Honda city or Toyota yaris, petrol manual model
    Zigwheels | 7 months ago

    If you are mainly going to be chauffeur driven alone or have a 4-person family, the Toyota Yaris makes the most sense. But at Rs 14.07 lakh, you need to overlook some of the flash value that its competitors offer for much less cost. Honda City petrol is the most fun to drive here, would appeal to the driver in you. The added advantage of being the most spacious also means your family will not be left in the lurch. Moreover, you may also look for Hyundai Verna as it is the most sensible buy. Offering the best of all worlds for the most competitive price of Rs 12.56 lakh. Do take a test drive in order to pick one.

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    Bholalal | 5 months ago

    If you can afford go for yarisCVTi.

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  • Q. Diesel vehicle is available are not?
    Zigwheels | 10 months ago

    The diesel engine Toyota employs won't meet stricter emission norms that come into effect in 2020. It doesn't make sense to offer a diesel for a short time frame of ~ 1.5 years. Hence, the Yaris is petrol only for now.

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    Sol | 2 weeks ago

    No

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  • Q. I want to buy the Toyota Yaris automatic but i need in diesel version. Please can you give me a necessary information on Yaris.
    Vinay | 8 months ago

    No diesel version not available

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  • Q. Hello, I wish to purchase an automatic petrol car under a budget of Rs. 11 lakhs. My travelling is mainly in the city (Ahmedabad). I have screened a few cars but very confused which one to choose. My choices are: 1. Tata Nexon Petrol XZA+ (which will be approx Rs. 10.25 lakhs on road) 2. Hyundai Verna Petrol EX AT (which will be approx Rs. 11.50 lakhs on road) 3. Toyota Yaris Petrol J CVT (which will be approx Rs. 11.06 lakhs on road). I test drove the Nexon and Yaris and had planned Verna also in this week. I couldn’t find any difference in the two cars other than that the Yaris is more premium looking and smooth in operation, however it missed out the touch screen in J variant which is essential for me as I am a learner. Further the 15 minutes test drive didn’t tell me anything. Please help in selecting and also request you to mention the reason for buying the car. Waiting for response. Thanks
    Zigwheels | 10 months ago

    Tata Nexon XZA+: For all the buyers looking for an automatic Nexon, this is the variant to go for. Available only with the top-end XZA+ variant, the Nexon AMT gives you hassle-free driving experience in city traffic and even out on the highways. The manual mode further gives you an option to take control of the gears. Moreover, the creep function is a real boon in bumper-to-bumper traffic. Hyunda Verna EX : The additional goodies over the base variant makes it a more complete modern-day car. It's not the variant to buy if you've shortlisted the petrol Verna for yourself. For that, look one rung above i.e. Hyundai Verna SX. Toyorta Yaris J: The base variant covers almost all bases and Toyota’s emphasis on safety deserves a special mention since it’s the only car in its segment that gets a whopping 7 airbags right from the get go. Even the top variants of its rivals don’t get as many airbags. That said, it misses out on speed-sensing door locks, which could have been integrated given Toyota’s focus on safety. This variant is only advisable if you have a tight budget but have shortlisted the Yaris anyway. Read more: Tata Nexon Crash Tested; Scores 4 Stars - https://bit.ly/2nnXmWN

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  • Q. Which car will be better for self driving in city Verna or yaris petrol?
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Toyota Yaris delivers 16.4 kmpl in city and 16.3 kmpl on highway whereas its immediate competitor Honda City and Hyundai Verna has the mileage figures of 11.2 kmpl and 12.17 kmpl (in city areas) respectively but if we see their highway fuel efficiency score then Hyundai Verna with 18.43 kmpl took over the Honda city having 16.55 kmpl of fuel economy and Toyota yaris. ZW says: If you'll be majorly driving in stop-and-go traffic and1need a sedan with basic features such air bags, power windows etc and ready to compromise with rear seat space1then you should opt for Toyota Yaris as these features are available in it from the base trim and is backed by1Toyota's strong reliability and after-sales services. On the other hand, if rear seat space and boot volume is1your priority then City will a good option for you as it gives the feel of luxury sedan and it is breathing in1the Indian market from quite a long time. On the other hand, you can also go for Verna if you want a good1handling/riding and better fuel efficiency on highways. Do take a test drive in order to judge your driving1comfort. Related Read - Toyota Yaris vs Honda City vs Hyundai Verna Petrol Automatic: Comparison Review :1 https://bit.ly/2xj6gNq

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    Kushal | 9 months ago

    Whether city zx petrol has hill hold assist

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