30/39  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
10.2  Sec.
0-60 MPH
13.49  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For the 2019 Toyota Yaris?

If you are thinking about taking home a new Toyota Yaris, you are in good company. The Yaris is a subcompact hatchback known for its modern style and sporty performance, and it has been around since 1999. You will notice a few cosmetic updates, such as a redesigned grille. There are also modest performance updates.

2019 Toyota Yaris Interior

Which Features are Available for 2019?

Before you can decide if the 2019 Yaris or is a suitable car for you, a closer look at the three available trims is in order. From lowest to highest, the 2019 trims are the L, the LE, and the XLE. All three trims for the hatchback and sedan versions are stunning with quality materials and beautiful design features. They are also well-appointed to ensure that you have a great time behind the wheel.

Some of the features that may be loaded into your Yaris or include a 7-inch color screen, an integrated backup camera, satellite radio, USB ports, Bluetooth connectivity, an MP3 player, power door locks, cup holders, a day-night rearview mirror, multiple driving modes, turn signals integrated into the side view mirrors, power-adjusting side mirrors, fog lights, one-touch power windows, 15-inch wheels, several driving modes, a remote access trunk, a push-button ignition, leatherette or cloth interior in your choice of colors, powered or manual front seats, mounted controls on a leather-wrapped steering wheel and more.

A Perfect Blend of Power and Fuel Efficiency

2019 Toyota Yaris Exterior FrontDuring your test drive of the new Yaris, you may be thrilled with its performance capabilities. These are small cars that are loaded with impressive powertrain and mechanical equipment, and they are designed to delight you each time you cruise down the road. The same powertrain is in all three trims. This is a 1.5-liter, 4-cylinder powertrain that features direct fuel injection and dual variable valve timing.

The L and LE options have a 6-speed manual transmission, and the XLE gives you an automatic transmission. All trims offer 106 horsepower, front-wheel drive, and electric rack-and-pinion power steering. Other important features include rear drum brakes with front disc brakes, 4-wheel ABS, a rear torsion suspension mated with a front independent MacPherson strut suspension, unibody construction, stabilization bars and more. The best way to experience performance capabilities is to hop behind the wheel for a test drive.

Packed with Safety Features

2019 Toyota Yaris Exterior RearBefore deciding that the Yaris hatchback or sedan are suitable for you, a review of safety equipment is in order. Toyota has equipped all Yaris trims with the same standard equipment to promote safety regardless of the option that you select. Some of the standard features that will be protecting you and your passengers include a tire pressure monitoring system, child safety seat tethers and anchors in the rear row, brake assist, 3-point safety harnesses with emergency auto-locking retractors, curtain airbags, front and side airbags, electronic brakeforce distribution, a first aid kit, a brake override system, a low-speed collision system and several other features.

Our Toyota sales professionals are thrilled to speak with you soon about the 2019 Yaris and we can get you out on the road for a personal driving experience when you stop by the dealership.

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