Yaris: Toyota's promising new mini car

If you have a love for cars and car driving and you are looking for a versatile mini car, the Toyota made Yaris can be the best option for you. It has the ability to fulfill all your expectations and has brought a revolution in the low-budget small car market. 
 
The Yaris -- a subcompact type car -- is the least expensive car till date in U.S. Market.  This Toyota car is a stylish car with a vacuum cleaner appearance because of the gaping maw at the bumper. Yet, it is the hatch area resolution that makes it stylish.
With large storage capacity and some soft-touch surfaces, the Toyota has high-quality plastic manufacturing and better switchgear. This car uses a 106-bhp 33 mpg 1.5-litre l-4 engine gives a better performance only with a standard 5-speed manual gearbox. Reviews say that an electric power steering along with an anti-sway bar and the stiffer suspension gives comfort to Yaris rider. However, the mixed safety test results from IIHS and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration are some of the worries that the manufacturers won’t like. 
 
Yaris has three variants L, LE and a sportive SE. With height adjustable seat for the driver along with touch screen technique, split folding seat, USB, radio, facility for voice recognition and Bluetooth pairing are the highlighting features that put Yaris ahead of other cars. However, the SE model also has projector beam headlights, LED lamps running during daytime, alloy made wheels, rear spoiler, disc breaks at rear side, navigation option, leather trim and sport fabric upgraded seats as the extra features. 

 

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