Toyota Yaris 1.33 TR hatchback Review | Autocar

14 мая 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »
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Toyota Yaris 1.33 TR

is it?

The average Toyota Yaris is aged 60 and probably female. wants to change that this third-generation Yaris, so the is to snare the youth without the old. An optional ‘Touch and multimedia system plays into the brave new world of media and permanent connectedness.

your grandmother will this is touch-and-go in itself, but Google Local Search in sat-nav and being able to via the touchscreen’s iPad-like Qwerty could be useful. All you need is a mobile phone to connect and Go to the airwaves.

This package, a £500 of the touch-screen Toyota Touch system (plus reversing found on all new Yarises except the model, and to be included as standard for a time after launch, is the key bit of in an otherwise unremarkable new car. The tech-fest arrives next with the Yaris Hybrid, will cost a hefty more than the standard car on which it is based but will you with a likely 85g/km CO2

What’s it like?

The quality and fit of its panels is exemplary but the cost have sliced away at the which is full of large, cheap plastic mouldings shiny, waxy finish the unusual non-leathergrain surface no favours.

Any object stashed in the dashboard ledges will be on the in seconds. There’s decent in here, though, thanks to seatbacks and tailgate, and this has shed 20kg relative to the one.

Engines are a 1.0-litre three-cylinder 68bhp, the 98bhp 1.3 with manual or CVT transmission (a £1K option will be standard in the Hybrid), and a turbodiesel with a six-speed and 89bhp. Much as before, the main driving difference this Yaris and the last one is it rides more quietly bumps, feels more and steers with greater

The electric power steering is of the rubberiness and stodge that some EPAS systems, and is the to a keen, agile demeanour. A sporting SR version with a ride-height drop should this. Other models are T2, TR and the last of these five-door


The most engaging version is the slowest, but the 1.0’s smooth, three-cylinder hum, its crisp and gearchange and its light nose it fun to drive.

Should I buy one?

The is livelier and has a particularly quiet but the gearchange is clunkier and the throttle mushy. It will be the biggest and the engine is well matched to the CVT. And the diesel? Punchy but £1500 dearer than the and a car which Toyota GB wants to With the Hybrid imminent, you can see

John Simister

Toyota TR 1.33 5-door manual

£13,260; Top speed: 109mph; 11.7sec; Economy: 52.3mpg CO2: 123g/km; Kerb 1045kg; Engine: 4 cyls, petrol; Power: 98bhp at Torque: 93lb ft at 3600rpm; 6-spd manual

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