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2011 Toyota Yaris - Review

 

2011
logo OVERALL RATING 8
out of 10

The 2011 Toyota Yaris, the smallest car sold in the U.S. by Japan’s largest brand, is now in the last years of its model life. The hatchback models are still stylish, but against newer competition, the Yaris falls short on features and interior comfort. As one of the shortest subcompacts on sale, it’s better as an urban runabout—and it can park almost anywhere—than as a long-distance traveler. It’s affordable, and has a good reputation for reliability, but falls short on many creature comforts.

The Yaris offers three body styles: a four-door sedan, a five-door Liftback, and also a three-door hatchback—an increasingly rare choice among subcompacts. It comes with just a single engine, a 106-horsepower, 1.5-liter four. Buyers can choose a five-speed manual transmission or a primitive four-speed automatic. The EPA rates the Yaris at 29 mpg city and 36 mpg highway, for a combined rating of 32 mpg; specifying the automatic lowers the numbers to 29 city,...

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