2015 Toyota Yaris

Up to 30 MPG city / 37 MPG hwy
$14,845 - $17,620

"Behold the Yaris!" is something no one has ever said anywhere, but it's not really a car meant to get noticed. An inexpensive subcompact designed for city driving and short commutes, the Yaris does its job without pretension or frills. It has about as much power and comfort as a shopping cart, but you can park it anywhere and it gets excellent gas mileage. The Yaris' major problem--and this is something that should concern Toyota more than potential buyers--is that it's out gas-mileaged by the Prius C and out quirky-and-cuted by lower end Scion models. It's got a good sound system, but no heated seats or navigation system. This is a basic car for basic-car people, and it's up to Toyota to find it a good home. See more... See Less

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall Rating
Pros Cons
Fuel economy - almost as good as a hybrid: 35+ I do not like that they did away with the extra glove compartment
Interior cloth fabric is durable and appealing. Seats could be a little more comfortable
Fits a lot for such a small vehicle, such as an upright bass Gear shifts too quickly - into high at low speeds
The bluetooth audio streaming capability. love it!!! Back seat headrest - i take them out to see good
Handling - great cornering ability, very stable Would like trunk to open from inside latch
The car is small and easy to drive - fits into any parking spot It's hideously ugly! 2011 yaris was what i wanted. why change it?
The color scheme of the entire car, especially love seat colors! Acceleration merging on highways can be a little slow
Comfort-totally comfortable ride for a hatchback Bumpers do not protect car from simple parking touch
Fun to drive. steering, brakes, handling, manual shift No side molding to protect from open door dings
It is fantastic in the snow and ice. No fog lights - that should be on all cars