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autoviva2017-02-08 09:51:14

Toyota releases first images of facelifted Yaris

Revised model will be officially presented at the Geneva Motor Show in March

Design of the Toyota Yaris has been revised on the front, rear and interior

ToyotaToyotaToyotaJapan, 1937 > present155 models
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has released the first official photos of the 2017 Toyota YarisYaris 3Toyota Yaris 3Japan, 2011 > present124 versions
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, a model which has undergone a significant facelift in terms of design, technology and engine range. The official debut of the facelifted YarisYaris 3Toyota Yaris 3Japan, 2011 > present124 versions
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will take place at next month's Geneva Motor Show

For the 2017 Toyota YarisYaris 3Toyota Yaris 3Japan, 2011 > present124 versions
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facelift the Japanese brand has focused on four key areas: design, quality, performance and safety. They are expected to broaden the model's appeal to new and increasingly discerning customers in a highly competitive marketplace.

New design for the facelifted Toyota Yaris

In terms of design the new Yaris gets a more sportier look. Restyle included a new front bumper with new headlights. The rear has also been reshaped and gets a new light cluster as well.

In order to improve its interior quality ToyotaToyotaToyotaJapan, 1937 > present155 models
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went with the introduction of new colours, trims and improvements to the instruments and controls. Except for the Entry trim, this includes a new colour TFT multi-information display in the driver’s instrument panel.

New Toyota Yaris trims

From 2017 onwards the Toyota Yaris will be available in five different trim levels: Entry, Mid, Mid+, Bi-Tone and range-topping Chic. This new strategy expects to target different customers preferences when it comes to buy a car, ranging from value for money to contemporary style and elegance. The new Mid and Mid+ trims offer the most standard options, while the new Bi-tone offers a wider choice of paintjob options. A more styling and elegant version can be found on the new Chic trim.

Toyota Yaris new engine range

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hasn't released many informations on the Yaris ngine range. However it has announced the introduction of a new and more efficient 1.5-litre petrol engineYaris 1.5 Dual VVT-iEToyota Yaris 1.5 Dual VVT-iEJapan, 2017 > present1 photo
, which meets the more stringent Euro 6c emissions standards. With an increased output, compared to the previous 1.33 litre engine, Toyota still managed to improve its fuel economy by up to 12%.

The Yaris HybridYaris HybridToyota Yaris HybridJapan, 2017 > present2 photos
has also been improved as it is one of the most important versions on the model's range, being responsible for more than 40% of all Yaris’ European sales. Engineers have introduced  new engine mounts, roll restrictor, front driveshafts and subframe which helps to reduce the car's noise. The Yaris HybridYaris HybridToyota Yaris HybridJapan, 2017 > present2 photos
ride comfort and steering accuracy has also been improved thanks to adjustments to the shock absorbers and electric power steering.

Toyota Yaris increased popularity goes global

Since the introduction of the third generation Yaris back in 2011, Toyota's supermini popularity has been on a rise. Its share on the B-sgement market have increased to 6.5% with sales growing to more than 208.000 units in 2016.

That's why Toyota has decided to invest €90 million on the restyling of the new Yaris, which includes more than 900 new parts to improve the car’s design, dynamic performance and safety. The design revamp was led by Toyota's European operations and for the first time it will be adopted directly for its sister Vitz model, manufactured in Japan. This is a clear acknowledgement of Europe's expertise, strength and quality of the B-segment market.

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Straight 4
91 cu in
Top Speed
103 mph
Maximum power
Petrol / Electric
Fuel consumption (combined)
71.27 US MPG
annual ownership cost


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