2010 Toyota Yaris User Reviews
Liftback 3-Door MT shown
- $8,794 - $10,207
- No trim specified for this review
- Great fuel economy,depending on the gas up to 38 mpg, very reliable, great commuter.
- Cheap interior parts
Purchased As New
I've had my Yaris for the past year. I cannot complain about it. It gives me great mpg value and it only takes 11 gallons to fill up. I used to have an old BMW and even though it was great in handling curves and driving fast, the mpg was bad. The Yaris is a very reliable car. You can count on it all the time. It's comfortable enough for me and I am a 6'1'' guy. Front passenger never complaints but I have had a few complaints from people who ride in the back, but I don't care, most of the times I ride by myself. It's a great commuter. I just changed the rims and also tinted the windows. It looks awesome. The interior is very cheap and it has started making a weird little noise from the dashboard. Other than that, it's the perfect car. By the way, it does make it up 100 mph and it doesn't drive bad at all. I've tried it a few times and it has responded pretty well. Enjoy it!
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