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Toyota Yaris

$ 24,800 - $ 33,260* MRLP

Though it may be the smallest Toyota model, the Yaris leaves a big impression. With outstanding safety credentials, and Toyota’s hybrid system which helps you save fuel and charges as you drive meaning no need to plug-in. Just get in and go!

Latest Toyota Yaris ratings breakdown


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Infotainment & Connectivity
Handling & Dynamics
Energy Efficiency
Driver Technology
Value for Money
Interior Comfort & Packaging
Fit for Purpose

What we love

  • -The engine's sound, performance and flexibility
  • -Always feels exciting to drive...
  • -...and on the right road it's amazing

What we don't

  • -Cramped back seat and small boot
  • -The interior looks $20K hatchback not $60K hot hatch
  • -Tyre noise is a constant, but you just have to live with it
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Review | 16 Aug 2023


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Launch Review | 15 Apr 2021


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Is this hot hatch worth its full asking price?

Toyota Yaris Price*

2023Toyota Yaris Ascent Sport 1.5L Hatchback FWD$24,800
2023Toyota Yaris SX 1.5L Hatchback FWD$28,190
2023Toyota Yaris SX Hybrid 1.5L Hatchback FWD Hybrid$30,190
2023Toyota Yaris ZR 1.5L Hatchback FWD$31,260
2023Toyota Yaris ZR Hybrid 1.5L Hatchback FWD Hybrid$33,260

Toyota Yaris Specs:

Variant (1 available)
Image: 2022 Toyota Yaris ZR. Model features may vary.
Image: 2022 Toyota Yaris ZR. Model features may vary.
Auto (CVT)
Drive Type
Fuel Efficiency
4.9L / 100km
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Toyota Yaris Dimensions

The Toyota Yaris has 5 variants. The height is 1505mm, the width is 1695mm and length is 3940mm.

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Owner Review | 22 Mar 2021
2011 Toyota Yaris YR review
Owner Review | 27 Mar 2018
Was really worried about the size of a yaris as I had never owned one beforehand after driving this it was hard to believe it was a small car lots of leg room both front and back seats and I'm just on 6 feet tall lots of head room . All the mod cons needed for a short or longer drive sits on the road on a smooth 100km with lots of power to overtake when needed the 5 speed manual is a short shift easily moving though the gear change giving a sports feeling. Bluetooth phone functions easy to set up and use speedometer displays easy to read power windows and mirrors easy-to-use great storage with 5 door hatchback. With very little roll in cornering drives very well on tight mountain roads able to break quickly and smoothly gives a solid feeling of control rough roads become smoother doesn't feel tinny as I thought a small car would. Fits five adults well center back seat belts comes down from roof in the center feels strange but works back seats fold down partly or fully good for carrying items where you need that extra room or if you needed to lie down not sure about sleeping but could work lots of cup holders though out good lighting in the hatchback part and back seats rear windows great size to let in fresh air rear back doors good solid feel with arm rests build in head rests in back give a comfortable ride would be enough room to put in a screen on back of drivers or passages seat if needed still a nice amount of headroom in back . Engine easy to access with everything layout in easy reach I like the fact the pertrol cap opens only from inside and locks when it shuts spare tire and jack nicely packed away under hatchback storage space able to lock and unlock conpartment its stored in Lots of storage in front dashboard apart from the glove box there are little draws every where I seem to come across new ones out of the blue Overall very impressive cant find any issues so far
2007 Toyota Yaris YRS Review
Owner Review | 3 Apr 2016
When I came back from Canada in 2006, I was looking for value and economy. I'd had a Mazda MX5 there, but couldn't afford the Australian equivalent. I compared small cars and the Yaris came out on top. It's a great car and I've had a lot of fun in it. It just hit the 113600 mark (5 trips to QLD from VIC and back) and I've never crawled out of this car in agony. The seats, front and back are so comfortable. It's a bit noisy (1.5Ltr), but a smooth ride. What I like about this version is it has a lot of "oomph", so that if you need to pass in a tricky situation, you just drop it down a gear or two (on the manual) and it takes off like a scalded cat. Good fuel economy (6.7/100). Huge interior with more storage space in the dashboard area than the later models; back seats lay completely flat (I'm short so I can sleep full length in it comfortably); has a real spare tire. It had been vandalised in 2012; someone had tried to break off the rear windscreen wiper. I thought I was going to have to spend a fortune to have it repaired but the Maintenance Manager at the Toyota dealership I went to came out with a wrench, gave it a few twists, and it was good as new. He said: "You can't break these cars." I was totally impressed. I'm going to have to sell it - which I'll hate to do - but I now have a standard poodle, so need the five-door model. GREAT CAR!

2005 Toyota Yaris Yr Review
Owner Review | 25 Jan 2016
just a great reliable car, starts 365 days a year, good on gas, modern style, well serviced it will run forever nice non polish paint job, smooth ride, ease of steering, reasonable service costs, good backup from local agents toyota. looked for price, reliability, good trade in value. smooth cruising ride at 90 km a ? hour speed. what else can i say. like headlights to be made of glass, instead of poly-carbon, as any solvent accidentally used as a cleaner, ruins the headlights, and very very expensive to replace. toyota should go back to glass headlights. very good on long trips petrol wise, headlights adequate, but not outstanding, price wise, plenty of compettition with lots of dealers and private people selling. find japanese imports are a of high quality, but you must be careful on the dealer/importer. make sure you tick all the revelant boxes before buying. this car is 10 years old, and looks and acts like a brand new model. newer model would look better with a all leather trim, and a veneered steerin wheel would look nice. solid metal wheel trims would be look a lot better, more durable than the plastic ones fitted. maybe a retro look from the past and a facelift on a few points and upgrade will make this car even more popular. servicing is very important with these models, must be adhered too as per manufactures guide lines. all in all, a sound, 4 door practical family car for work or play. upgrade the the motor to 1598 cc, a bit more grunt for the petrol heads. rating 8/10 overall.


Where is the Toyota Yaris made?

The Toyota Yaris is built in Kanegasaki, Iwate Prefecture, Japan for std versions; Aichi, Japan for GR.

* ‘MRLP’ is the manufacturer’s recommended list price as provided by our data provider and is subject to change, so is provided to you for indicative purposes only. Please note that MRLP is inclusive of GST, but is exclusive of any options and does not include on-road costs such as registration, CTP, stamp duty and dealer delivery. Where an MRLP is stated as a price range, this reflects the lowest to highest MRLP provided for that model range across the available variants.
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