It's a great car for any good and focused driver. It's also great cuz it looks super pretty especially the white one. I just love mine soo much
The Toyota Yaris made the Forbes magazine list of top 10 most reliable used cars. My Yaris exceeds all my expectations with the exception of comfort. It could use a little more leg room for people over 6 feet tall. Other than that, it has plenty of cargo room, ranks high in reliability and crash tests and it's fun to drive. Most importantly, I'm spending less on fuel. This car gets about 37 MPG on the highway. I'm delighted.
I have owned a couple other cars in the past 7 years. One of them was a 2000 VW Beetle. I loved that car- who doesn't love a small car with a roomy interior? However, it was unexpectantly absurd to maintain - the nonsensical Tetris construction of the engine required me to go to the dealer for absolutely everything that needed changing- even the headlights. I couldn't even easily access the battery! It also got poor MPG - another unexpected surprise. When the Beetle got very old in years, I turned it in. I wanted to find a small car with a style similar to the Beetle with comparable roominess, but a better engine and better MPG. Meet the Yaris. An adorable 2-dr model hatchback with an unreal amount of room for both the front passengers and the back passengers (something the Beetle could never offer). For a better idea of just how roomy it is, I am 6' tall and my friends are all between 5' 11" and 6' 3". Yeah. The interior also fully utilizes spaces I would never think to use - there are bottle holders in the door, cup holders that come out of the dash, and even a handy misc. compartment to the left of the driver's seat. The seats are incredibly comfy and conform more to my spine then the Beetle's 90 degree seats. To top it all off, it gets 35 miles to the gallon. It gets further than my last two cars - on a smaller tank! To top off the last top off, it was much more affordable than the already affordable VW Beetle and has one of the most efficient engine layouts I've ever seen. The Yaris just exceeds every expectation I had for the model. I would recommend this to those equally frustrated with their past 2-dr hatchbacks because I have yet to find a single thing I don't like about my Yari-chan.