Toyota Yaris

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2018 Toyota Yaris

The 2018 Toyota Yaris gets a visual tune-up this year, with a more aggressive nose and tail. Inside, all Yaris models get SE-levels of interior trim. Note that the Yaris is a different car from the Yaris iA, which itself is a refugee from the now-defunct Scion brand.

2017 Toyota Yaris

The 2017 Toyota Yaris gains an impressive upgrade with the Safety Sense C suite of active features aimed to warn of and even prevent an accident. The Yaris hatchback shouldn't be confused with the Yaris iA, a subcompact sedan formerly known simply as the iA from Toyota's now-defunct Scion brand.

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.

About Toyota Yaris

The 2018 Toyota Yaris is the kind of no-frills econobox that, decades ago, established Toyota as a player in the U.S. But the definition of "frills" has changed, and with it our expectations of what modest dollars can buy. So the 2018 Yaris gets aggressively updated styling this year with a new nose and tail. Standard equipment includes collision warning, automatic braking and lane-departure warning, something that can't be said of primary rivals the Honda Fit, Hyundai Accent, Ford Fiesta and Nissan Versa. Yet the Yaris still offers the kind of easy driving and low cost-of-ownership experience one expects from a Toyota, even a little bitty one. With two years of complimentary maintenance, strong resale value and overall practicality, the 2018 Yaris is a compelling subcompact choice.

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