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.
Yaris Sedan 2007
2007 Toyota YarisKB - Atlanta, Ga12/12/2008
I have had my car for almost 2 years in March, I love it when it is just me. Everyone else that rides with me complains that the seats arent comfortable and the space is too small in the backseat. I rode in the backseat and YES it is small and you can BARELY fit 3 people back there in comfort. But I love the appearance they way the radio and the whole middle console is made. Do wish that the cup holders were a lil different and wish there were bigger compartments to hold things. But all in all with MPG! It is wonderful!!! But I think If I had to re-choose I would take the new 2009 Corolla for the space.
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