Owners may contact Toyota customer service at 1-800-331-4331. Otherwise, I love this car, and it is amazing! Promptly wipe up any spilled fluid as it is highly toxic. Forces on the dummy's head when it hit the steering wheel through the airbag indicate that head injuries would be possible. Depending on your size and shape, and type of driving, you might find the 2011 Toyota Yaris comfortable enough, or bordering on tortuous. In short, we think the Yaris sedan is trying a little too hard to appear as a mini-Camry. Those who want to make the package appear a little more dressed up and buff might consider the Sport Package, which adds sport seats, larger wheels, a mild body kit, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, all resulting in a different look for this econocar.
The interior is a contrast of elements good and bad, desirable and tacky, as Toyota obviously is trying to make a fashionable cabin while watching its price very carefully. Be sure to check your owners manual to determine the correct type of fluid to add - for Toyotas, it will typically be in a section titled Fluid Capacities in the back of your manual. My bad on that part. The engine works quite well with the five-speed manual gearbox, which has a light, easy clutch and decent linkage, or with the four-speed automatic, though it's a bit louder with the automatic. The interior is a contrast of elements good and bad, desirable and tacky, as Toyota obviously is trying to make a fashionable cabin while watching its price very carefully. Not true but some of the not so gorgeous parts I could look past. The two body styles of this model clearly cater to two different classes.
Tested vehicle specifications Tested vehicle 2007 Toyota Yaris 4-door Weight 2,375 lbs. While the sedan is slightly more conservative in its trims and interior treatment—and looking the most dated at this point, the three- and five-door Liftback models are more flamboyant, with a more pert, aerodynamic look; European design influences; and a rear roof spoiler atop the hatch. Models with the Power and Sport packages add power windows and door locks, remote keyless entry and iPod connectivity. The side ratings also apply to the 4-door hatchback 5-door version of the Yaris, beginning with 2009 models, when it was introduced, through the 2011 models. It's ideal as a commuter that can fit into the tightest parking spots, yet handle longer trips when the need arises.
Gas milage is fantastic and it's a breeze to park, I would buy this car again in a heartbeat! The sedan and hatch have slightly different layouts, with the sedan being the more conservative of the two. However, seemingly little of that goes to back-seat space; the back seats in the sedan only seem marginally more spacious. The hatch is easy to tie down if I have to extend something out the back. I am also a huge water snob and drink only Fiji. The Yaris is now one of the oldest designs in the small-car market, and while in Liftback form especially it still manages to look quite stylish on city streets, its interior comfort and feature sets are decidedly behind the curve among small cars. Its size makes it easy to park most of the time - see Cons and it's very maneuverable on winding roads.
The video above shows you where the coolant reservoir in your Yaris is located and how to add coolant. Always wear safety goggles when working on your Yaris. These vehicles are rated separately, except that the structural ratings for both vehicles are based on both tests. The frontal ratings also apply to the 4-door hatchback 5-door version of the Yaris, beginning with 2009 models, when it was introduced, through the 2011 models. The two body styles of this model clearly cater to two different classes. Front seats are rather small and skimpy, while the backseat on the Liftback is tough to get into but decent for space; kids should be just fine back there. New for 2011 There are no significant changes.
Depending on the model, dealers will replace the passenger frontal air bag inflator or the air bag assembly, free of charge. Getting more intimate with the Yaris, you'll notice an interior that's obviously been affected by cost-cutting. Tested vehicle specifications Tested vehicle 2007 Toyota Yaris 4-door Weight 2,379 lbs. Its not a luxury car, its not a fast car, its not a sporty car, its not a big car, you get what you see. Exterior The sedan is more conservative-looking than the hatchback; it features a Camry-style snub-nosed front end.
The Yaris Liftback models ride on a very short, 96. I bought the car and still save money with the gas prices. Only drawback is it's a little noisy. Owners may contact Toyota customer service at 1-800-331-4331. To its credit, the Yaris is actually one of the few vehicles in its class of lowest-priced vehicles to offer the feature on every trim—even the base model. The Yaris is a simple car with a simple lineup—and a single model offered for each body style and transmission.
While the instrument panel looks quite good from a few paces away, it's actually made of hard, easily scratched plastics, and the central gauge cluster is a novelty that few will find more intuitive or helpful. Similarly sized compacts include the Chevrolet Aveo, Honda Fit and Hyundai Accent. The sedan and hatch have slightly different layouts, with the sedan being the more conservative of the two. Front seats are rather small and skimpy, while the backseat on the Liftback is tough to get into but decent for space; kids should be just fine back there. Our editors have seen great fuel economy in real-world drives—as high as 41 mpg in gentle driving, and about 33 mpg overall in our last drive of a Yaris automatic Liftback. I bought a different car from Mike the owner. Both body styles feature a forward-cab design with short overhangs.
He says I need a new one. The 5-door hatchback design and fold-down back seat make a sizeable space, so I can manage shrubs and even small trees. In order to deliver the best possible user experience sites on the carsales network require scripting to be enabled. It has air conditioning, but base sedan and hatchback models will not have a stereo with an auxiliary port unless they also have the Convenience Package. Beginning with 2009 models, side airbags were made standard.
The sedan looks like it might be roomier for back-seat occupants, but it's really not; it does, however, have a surprisingly spacious trunk. Make sure to check your engine when it is cold for an accurate reading. The Yaris is better for road noise than other cars in this class, possibly due to the softer suspension calibration, but automatic models especially can feel somewhat boomy at higher speeds. Like the Yaris, the Ford Focus makes a good errand runner, and it gets good fuel economy ratings for the class. Stay away from this dealership. Animals love its sweet taste, so even a spilling a small amount on your garage floor can end up in the dog's stomach pretty quickly.