Used Toyota Yaris Hatchbacks

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2016 Toyota Yaris What's new for 2016? 
2016 Toyota Yaris

For 2016, the Toyota Yaris subcompact gets two new color combos, pairing Barcelona Red or Crushed Ice with a Black Sand Pearl Roof.

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2015 Toyota Yaris What's new for 2015? 
2015 Toyota Yaris

For 2015, the Toyota Yaris gets new front- and rear-end styling, along with an upgraded interior. The new Yaris looks more aggressive than before, and the new interior offers more soft-touch surfaces and more modern technology.

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2014 Toyota Yaris What's new for 2014? 
2014 Toyota Yaris

Daytime running lights are now standard on all Yaris models. Other than that, Toyota's small hatchback, available with three doors or five, remains the same for 2014.

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2013 Toyota Yaris What's new for 2013? 
2013 Toyota Yaris

Last year, Toyota gave the Yaris hatchback a complete makeover. The only changes for 2013 involve equipment packaging: The good audio system (AM/FM/CD, six speakers, USB port, Bluetooth) is now standard on all trims including the base L, and cruise control, formerly an LE option, is now standard there.

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2012 Toyota Yaris What's new for 2012? 
2012 Toyota Yaris

For 2012, Toyota gives the Yaris hatchback a complete makeover, with new sheet metal, a longer wheelbase and a new interior.

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2011 Toyota Yaris What's new for 2011? 
2011 Toyota Yaris

The Toyota Yaris sees no major changes for 2011.

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2010 Toyota Yaris What's new for 2010? 
2010 Toyota Yaris

Toyota's Star Safety System is added to all Yaris models, bringing standard traction and electronic stability control to the little compact. Other changes for 2010 include a rear window defroster as standard equipment and the addition of a tachometer and manual transmission on the five door.

About Toyota Yaris

With its recent facelift and infusion of new features, Toyota’s Yaris subcompact for 2016 shines a little brighter, but still not as brightly as some rivals. For starters, there’s no performance variant to compete with the Ford Fiesta ST or turbocharged Chevy Sonic, meaning the Yaris’s strongest appeals are its low price and stellar reputation for reliability. Unfortunately, while most cars its size are usually fun to drive, the Yaris doesn’t inspire much more than daily commutes and weekend road trips. And, despite its three trim levels, even a fully loaded Yaris won’t offer features like heated front seats, a power sunroof or even a telescopic steering wheel. On the flip side, if you’re looking for basic, reliable and affordable transportation, the Yaris holds strong appeal.