I've had my 2007 Yaris for just over a year now and I love it. The gas mileage is just as good as they say it is, I average between 35-40 mpg which is great with my 35 mile each way to work commute. I am short (5'2") and fit in the car perfectly. My fiance is 6'2" and he fits, but says it gets uncomfortable after a while. I have had no problems with getting up to or staying at highway speeds, but if I have more than 2 people in the car it does get kind of sluggish. But its still a great value for what it costs!
2015 Toyota YarisLouAnne Gill - Ooltewah, TN08/29/2017
I have owned two Toyota Yaris LEs and one Sedan. This car handles well and has more room on the inside than other smaller cars. I especially like the manual drive vs the automatic for navigating traffic and on ramps! Tires make a big difference in cabin noise reduction on the Yaris so make sure you don't buy cheap ones.
2007 Toyota YarisRick - Boulder City, NV01/01/2008
For the small motor, it is full of pep! It does well overall, but what it lacks in performance it makes up for in MPG!
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