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Toyota Yaris Model Years


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With the popularity the compact Corolla, Toyota's true economy offering sometimes gets lots in the shuffle. Since 2007, it's been the Yaris, an entry-level car with a laser-focus on delivering low cost of ownership.

An all-new version arrived just last year, so the 2013 model is unchanged. It's a strictly hatchback affair—no sedan—but you get a choice of two or four doors, decent cargo capacity with the rear seat down, and frugal operation just about any way you slice it. With 106 horsepower on tap, it's not a thrilling performer and isn't supposed to be. Rather, it's a likable and reasonably attractive subcompact bolstered by Toyota's reputation for hassle-free motoring.

Toyota Yaris Generations

2012 - 2014 Toyota Yaris

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As the lowest-priced Toyota, the subcompact Yaris is positioned as an inexpensive way to access the brand's proven reliability. Now in its second generation, the Yaris offers more cargo space and better handling characteristics than the original model. The hatchback body, available with two or four doors, makes the most the Toyota's small footprint. Maneuverability in urban traffic and economical operation remain the key attributes of the Yaris.

See Year: 2012 - 2013 - 2014

2005 - 2011 Toyota Yaris

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The second generation Yaris is available as a 2-door hatchback or 4-door sedan. The Yaris is powered by a 1.5 liter 4-cylinder engine. It is available in base and S trims, with the S trim offering rear window defroster, larger wheels with ground-effects styling, a 60/40-split-folding rear seat and a CD/MP3 player.

See Year: 2007 - 2008 - 2009 - 2010 - 2011

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