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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. What is the ground clearance of toyota yaris?
    Zigwheels | 12 months ago

    Toyota Yaris has a ride height of 153mm. Click on the link to know more: https://bit.ly/2LXlGdg

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    Zigwheels | 12 months ago

    Toyota Yaris has a ride height of 153mm. Click on the link to know more: https://bit.ly/2LXlGdg

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  • Q. Is Yaris, with 160mm ground clearance, able to manage the bumps and potholes of city roads as good as it's competitors with 170 mm ground clearance in Honda City as a VFM Sedan?
    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    Both the cars are sedans which are designed in a manner keeping in mind the comfort and luxury required by the customers. Talking about the specifications here Honda city has a better ground clearance offered in comparison with Yaris. The handling of the car completely depends on an individual's driving style. So here we would recommend that you may go for a test drive for both the cars because the complete idea can only be gained once the car is driven rather than comparing the specifications.

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    Kishor | 5 months ago

    Before buying Yaris I owned Mahindra verito, whenever the vehicle was loaded with five passengers I use to be very careful while crossing big humps and many a times wheel flaps would touch bumps.But in Yaris I am not facing such problems at all. May be because it has 15inch wheels.

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  • Q. Is Yaris automatic gear. What is the Mileage? Road performance? Ground clearance
    Zigwheels | 7 months ago

    Yes, Toyota Yaris is available in manual and CVT automatic transmission. The Toyota Yaris is powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine, and 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. Though power figures are slightly lesser than the petrol versions of the Honda City and the Hyundai Verna but the Yaris doesn't feel under-powered by any means. A major draw of this motor is its refinement. At idle, whether it’s inside the car or outside, the motor’s barely audible. This smooth nature is experienced whether you’re driving at 40kmph in the city or cruising at 120kmph on the highway. Where it gets noisy is during overtakes. We drove the CVT-equipped version and even low speed overtakes are usually accompanied with a downshift and a significant surge in revs. Go for a hard launch off the line, and you’ll hear the motor bellowing, but the actual performance never gets exhilarating. In our 0-100kmph tests, the Yaris was significantly slower than its rivals, managing the sprint in 13.39 seconds, compared to the City’s 11.90 seconds and Verna’s 12.04 seconds. That said, while the engine note is quite audible, the vibes remain well in check. High speed overtakes do need some planning, as even pinning the throttle doesn’t get you an immediate surge in performance. In fact, going from 60-100kmph does take a while and you can find yourself playing catch up with highway traffic. That said, it isn’t too far behind its rivals with 20-80kmph (kick-down) taking 8.36 seconds; slightly slower than the City CVT (8.22 seconds) and the Verna petrol automatic (7.14 seconds). In our road test, it took a leisurely 8.36 seconds to get from 20kmph to 80kmph. While that’s not too different compared to the Honda City CVT that took 8.22 seconds, it’s over a second slower compared to the Verna automatic, that gets the job done in 7.14 seconds. For reference, the Verna automatic takes 12.04 seconds to get to 100kmph, and the City is quicker still with a 11.90 second time. Drive it in a relaxed manner and the Yaris will return the favor by keeping your wallet happy. The CVT we had on test delivered a stellar 16.41kmpl inside the city. That’s not a typo, it actually managed to match its highway mileage number. That’s down to the fact that the Yaris is usually in its “Eco” mode at city speeds, with the tacho ticking slightly over idle. Toyota Yaris delivers a claimed mileage of 17.8 kmpl. Although, actual mileage can be different according to the driving style and road conditions. Read More: - Toyota Yaris 2018 First Drive: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/toyota-yaris-2018-first-drive/30139/

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    Bholalal | 5 months ago

    I do accept that honda is a good company too and as mentioned on price part don't you think you need more piece of mind and top most safety inside and outside the car as a part. They have given ABS, EBD, BA and with 100000 km for 3 years of standard warranty which ever is earlier more. Over 7 airbags provide standard across all varieties HSEA IR cut glasses are been provided. Better AC performance, lower nvh concerns, what else features you need while driving a car with piece of mind the lowest periodic maintenance cost compared to any of the competitors and Yaris got 5* cap ratings just check it out onceI do accept that honda is a good company too and as mentioned on price part don't you think you need more piece of mind and top most safety inside and outside the car as a part. They have given ABS, EBD, BA and with 100000 km for 3 years of standard warranty which ever is earlier more. Over 7 airbags provide standard across all varieties HSEA IR cut glasses are been provided. Better AC performance, lower nvh concerns, what else features you need while driving a car with piece of mind the lowest periodic maintenance cost compared to any of the competitors and Yaris got 5* cap ratings just check it out once

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  • Q. What's the ground clearance, can it withstand rough roads?
    Zigwheels | 3 months ago

    The ground clearance of the Toyota Yaris is around 150mm unladen. We have not tested the car's performance on the rough roads, the Yaris didn't toss us around at low speeds on broken roads or wallow about at higher speeds. Even with four hefty occupants and a boot full of luggage, it stayed controlled. Even light throttle inputs get the desired result, so it feels more natural and relaxing to drive be it in the city on the highway. This combo makes the Yaris a great commuter and even returns a company-claimed 17.8kmpl, which is slightly lower than the competition, but higher than the manual variant’s’ 17.1kmpl. Do take the test drive of the car in order to get a clear understanding regarding the ease and comfort offered.

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    Sol | 2 weeks ago

    Toyota hasn't disclosed the ground clearance. But yes, it can handle small pot-holes without fuss, as the ride feels cushioned. However I would still advise you to slow the car down.

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  • Q. How is the pickup? Ground clearance?
    Zigwheels | 7 months ago

    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. Yaris has a ride height of 160mm. Also Read - Toyota Yaris 2018 First Drive: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/toyota-yaris-2018-first-drive/30139/#leadform

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    Bholalal | 5 months ago

    My son drives XUV500.He tried my yarisCVTi to check pickup. His answer was surprising" Papa,wow astonishing pickup".

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  • Q. What is the ground clearance of Yaris? How does it compare to competition?
    Zigwheels | 8 months ago

    It has a ride height of 153mm.

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    Tikender | 8 months ago

    165mm

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  • Q. Whether Toyota is providing reverse camera in G varient of Yaris?
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    Toyota Yaris G varient do not have any reverse camera and you can check the complete specification by the following link - https://bit.ly/2LXlGdg

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    Tikender | 10 months ago

    No

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  • Q. What is the seat capacity?
    Sol | 2 weeks ago

    4 adults +1 kid

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    Krishna | 1 year ago

    Five

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  • Q. What is the fuel tank capacity of Toyota Fortuner, Innova, Camry, Yaris and Prius?
    Zigwheels | 1 month ago

    The Fuel tank capacity of the respective cars is for Toyota Fortuner(80 Liters), Toyota Innova Crysta(55 Liters), Toyota Camry(50 Liters), Toyota Prius(43 Liters) and Toyota Yaris(42 Liters). Moreover, you may contact the nearest dealership for more information.Click here for the dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/dealers/Toyota

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