2007 Toyota YarisW3 - California and Atlanta05/30/2008
Been averaging exactly 40.11 MPG with 87 Octane. Commute 112 miles per day roundtrip. Love this car. Tried burning 93 Octane to see if it would increase gas mileage, it did not.
Great highway car
2007 Toyota YarisChaniece - Tucson, AZ02/19/2015
I would recommend this car to anyone who drives long distances on a regular basis. The Yaris gets great gas mileage on the highway. With one tank of gas I can drive around 400 miles. However, in the city the gas mileage is not so great. I was only able to get a little over 300 miles before I had to refill. I have a manual transmission and it is very smooth when shifting. I find that first gear is difficult. Once you are up to about 10/mph you have to switch to 2nd gear which is frustrating when you are going over several speed bumps. And slow speeds, such as school zones, are difficult to stay at. But that could be my driving skills, I don't know but I didn't have that issue with my last stick shift. Overall, I love this car.
2008 Toyota YarisLIttle Laura - Montgomery, IL06/06/2008
Can't beat the gas mileage I'm getting with the manual hatchback -- about 36 mpg city, 41 highway. The interior is very roomy - even for my three 6-foot sons. The rear seats can move forward and back and the rear seat backs also recline. It's comfy and funny to watch people gape when our adult family of 5 piles out of this car (like a college prank or something). I can fit a lot of stuff into the back of this baby with all the rear storage options that come standard. The acceleration isn't all that great, but with gas prices the way they are, who's speeding around anymore anyway? I have power windows, locks, and the all-weather guard (live outside Chicago and need it). It has more than 9000 miles on it - I have had no problems at all. We had a very snowy and cold winter here...the only time this car slid was on an ice-packed road (and everyone was sliding). It has sharp handling - rain or snow. And I can park anywhere -- maybe even on a bike rack! haha. Get this car. With manual and power options. You can't go wrong.
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