Roomy Cabin The Yaris boasts the largest wheelbase in the subcompact arena. The Yaris is expected to retain a better-than-average resale value over time, higher than the but slightly less than the Honda Fit. I will never go back. Of the two, the Liftback's exterior makes the more expressive design statement and, although the sedan is nearly 19 inches longer, both vehicles share the same chassis, engine and drivetrain. I have the sedan version with the S trim.
Little of substance has changed with this year's model. The trunk is a great size for a four door car and I have never had a problem on snlw or ice. Recently totaled it , hit head on into a guard rail and I walked away without a scratch people were in shock to see me standing outside the car , you would of thought I was injured badly by looking at the car , I'm looking for another Yaris not just for cute good on gas car but for its-safety I was so impressed - Lori Stephens, 2008 Toyota Yaris. . I've never been more happier. Gas lasts forever and its cheap to fill.
Front and rear occupants get cup holders and storage spaces. It is great in the snow with a good set of tires. It, too, has the short sloping overhang in front but the traditional sedan look is evident by the high arch of the roofline and windows that helps provide decent head room for those in the back seat. A five-speed manual transmission is standard and a four-speed. With this relatively small engine we found the Yaris a little lacking in performance when traveling at 60 mph-plus speeds on the highways. This is especially true in the case of the Toyota Yaris. This is my first Toyota car.
It's like a go-cart - interstates were a bit scary at first, but it zips in and out pretty well. Reliability: not one problem and we now have 27,000 miles on the car. I was so taking back by lack of professionalism and no communication among each other. Will never buy a Toyota again. Pros: Great gas mileage: around 31 city, as high as 40 on the highway.
This design has become a cost-savings device among international vehicles, because it allows easy production changes when the driver's side is placed on one side or the other depending upon where the car is being sold. The turning radius is a tight 32. Even the sound system impressed me I had added a brand new system in my Cougar. The Yaris replaces the Echo, which missed the mark from the moment it hit salesrooms in 2000, appealing more to seniors than to the young drivers it was aimed at. Used Yaris' are going for more than we paid new. Performance: I realize that this is a 1. Literally 2 days later I got an email from CarGurus letting me know they had lowered the price by 1k on the same vehicle I had inquired about.
Overall, I am happy with it as a replacement. The hatch is shorter in length, the 3-door is also poorly equipped but the 5-. I owned a pontiac G6 previously before buying this car. The 2008 Yaris Liftback Sport model is a new addition to the lineup. Flexible Seat Adjustments The Yaris Sedan provides four-way adjustable front seats and fold-down rear seats that provide nearly 13 cubic feet of cargo space.
This car is the best bang for your buck. Center control panel no problems, actually I kind of like it. Once up to higher speeds, the car is fine. Though the two vehicles share a slight family resemblance, their individual styles are miles apart. Major safety features such as anti-lock brakes and side impact airbags may be ordered optionally, but electronic stability control is not offered on the 2008 Toyota Yaris Liftback.
The most pronounced difference between the Yaris Liftback and the Yaris Sedan is that the Sedan is nearly 19 inches longer. I would have bought the car at that price, but I bought another one instead from someone else. Stability control was also added as standard feature for 2010. As a tall person who usually finds the steering wheel partially blocking the speedometer, I actually found the center-mount speedo an improvement. Once I brought the Yaris, I was amazed at the great gas miliage. But don't expect this car to merge quickly. The gas mileage, needless to say, is impeccable.