I have had my Yaris a little over a month and love it. I needed an economical car, but also wanted a 4-door. My Yaris is both. I'm averaging about 30 mpg in the city and the 10 gallon gas tank hurts a lot less financially at fill up time. I work in the med center, where parking spaces are small - no problem parking my Yaris. I've owned two other Toyotas and they were great cars - I believe this one will be too. Price-wise this car was much easier on my budget than anything comparable. I would recommend a Yaris to anyone who wants an economical car.
Wonderful small car that feels big
2013 Toyota YarisKristine - Mint Hill, NC03/16/2015
The Yaris is a small car but feels like a big car inside. Very roomy. The steering wheel is lower so you feel like your arms are at rest while steering. The gas mileage is wonderful. Rides great!
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.
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