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nearly 10 per cent of all australians buying a new car last year purchased one officially classified in the ‘light’ segment. what that means is the one beneath the toyota corolla and mazda3 class that snared double the volume; it’s where the yaris and mazda2 play. Show More Summary
Next week’s Tokyo Auto Salon will see the unveiling of this sharp SUV concept: the Toyota ViRa, said to be conceived as a hybrid of the light Vitz (Yaris) hatch and the mid-sized Rav4 SUV. The concept might ordinarily hint at another new styling direction for the Japanese carmaker, but before you go clamouring to […]
The Yaris on steroids is expected to get a 200-hp turbo four.
Toyota has recalled six of its most popular models in Australia due to a potential problem with the electric windows. The models in question are the Camry and Aurion twins, the Corolla, the Yaris light car along with the Kluger and RAV4 SUVs. Show More Summary
It wouldn’t make sense to have a Toyota Yaris WRC car without a go-fast version of the hatchback that buyers could take home, according to the man responsible for sports cars for the Japanese company. Tetsuya Tada, Toyota chief engineer of sport vehicle management division – and the man behind the Toyota 86 – told […]
Toyota Motor Corp said on Wednesday it would recall 6.5 million vehicles globally to fix a defect in the power window switch in models including the Yaris/Vitz subcompact, Corolla, Camry and others.
There’s just something oddly special about subcompact run-abouts that intrigue me. Perhaps it’s the small size and nimbleness that comes along with it, or maybe it’s the whole value proposition idea. Or maybe it’s just how wildly juxtaposed they are from some of the high-dollar machinery that often graces my driveway. Show More Summary
There's nothing amazing about the Toyota Yaris, but it's still a totally competent vehicle that's actually kind of entertaining to drive. We spend a week with one for a full test. Continue reading 2015 Toyota Yaris Quick Spin 2015 Toyota Yaris Quick Spin originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 06 Aug 2015 11:59:00 EST. Show More Summary
The Toyota Yaris driven by 20-year-old Lewis Laville had not been outfitted for use by a disabled person, a court in Wales heard.
Rally legend Tommi Makinen will lead Toyota Gazoo Racing’s charge into the World Rally Championship (WRC) in 2017, the outfit has confirmed today. Makinen will be joined by Toyota president Akio Toyoda, noted motoring enthusiast and the driving force behind the launch of the 86 sports car, as team chairman. Known best for his time […]
Toyota Australia has announced it is extending its recall over the Takata airbag problem for its Yaris and Avensis Verso models. A statement from Toyota Australia said the company is “extending the range of vehicles involved in the passenger side front airbag safety recall that was previously announced on certain vehicles equipped with Takata airbag inflators”. The […]
A student driver blindly pulled out in front of a column of British armor that was cruising along a hardened road in the Lippe district of Germany yesterday. A collision ensued and yes, you guessed it, the one ton Toyota Yaris lost the fight to the 60+ ton Challenger II Main Battle Tank in a big way. Read more...
AutoblogGreen editor-in-chief Sebastian Blanco gets behind the wheel of the 2015 Toyota Yaris SE for our latest Daily Driver video. Continue reading Daily Driver: 2015 Toyota Yaris SE Daily Driver: 2015 Toyota Yaris SE originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 18 May 2015 15:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
What’s Hot: Fresh and fun styling, easy to use touchscreen, standard reversing camera. What’s Not: Auto isn’t up to scratch, too thirsty for its size. X-FACTOR: Small, spunky and plenty of appeal for younger city drivers, the new Yaris is a big improvement on its ho-hum predecessor. Show More Summary
Little mixer won’t excite but it cuts the mustard in the city Vulture at the Wheel As befits the company most closely associated with the technology, Toyota/Lexus now has a hybrid for you, no matter what size car you're after.…
Assembled here are some of the best Oppositelock posts from March 22nd though the 28th. It includes a review of the Toyota Yaris, bitter realities of living with an electric car, Swedish Cars & Coffee and more. Read more...
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No, this isn't the Mazda2-based next-gen Yaris that's been rumoured, however Toyota sub-brand Scion's iA light sedan is definitely a Toyota/Mazda mashup of sorts. Spied by industry paper Autonews and "rendered" by TopSpeed (above), the iA is essentially a rebadged Mazda2 sedan with a different front bumper and unique headlight jewellery. Show More Summary
Toyota is taking its Yaris to the World Rally Championship, but in order to do so, it'll need to build a limited number of road-going hot hatches to satisfy FIA homologation regulations. Continue reading Toyota plotting WRC-inspiredShow More Summary