2009 Toyota Yaris
61,079 Miles
$7,000

Bennington, VT
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2010 Toyota Yaris
98,053 Miles
$7,349

Loveland, CO
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2015 Toyota Yaris
65,476 Miles
$8,991

Fort Mill, SC
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2016 Toyota Yaris
38,763 Miles
$11,995

Medford, OR
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2012 Toyota Yaris
49,095 Miles
$10,200

Mamaroneck, NY
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2009 Toyota Yaris
88,352 Miles
$7,900

Eugene, OR
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2015 Toyota Yaris
37,315 Miles
$10,988

Wasilla, AK
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2015 Toyota Yaris
40,125 Miles
$10,694

Birmingham, AL
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2007 Toyota Yaris
156,215 Miles
$4,977

Ardmore, PA
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2014 Toyota Yaris
35,229 Miles
$10,977

Milford, DE
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2007 Toyota Yaris
79,414 Miles
$7,991

Gladstone, OR
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2015 Toyota Yaris
17,089 Miles
$10,399

Hollywood, FL
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2012 Toyota Yaris
72,549 Miles
$8,000

Denver, CO
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2016 Toyota Yaris
8,944 Miles
$15,917

La Crescenta, CA
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2016 Toyota Yaris
25,692 Miles
$10,591

Fort Walton Beach, FL
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2015 Toyota Yaris
11,750 Miles
$14,917

La Crescenta, CA
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2010 Toyota Yaris
55,843 Miles
$11,425

Milford, DE
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2007 Toyota Yaris
172,330 Miles
$3,609

Florence, KY
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2009 Toyota Yaris
98,176 Miles
$6,719

Milford, OH
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2015 Toyota Yaris
12,378 Miles
$11,750

Charlotte, NC
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Toyota Yaris Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.4
57 Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.5
Performance
3.6
Style
4.2
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.6
Reliability
4.6

Toyota Yaris Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2008 Toyota Yaris - A Lot of Spunk In A Small Package

Bri
Bellwood, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
This little compact Yaris sure to please. Don't let its miniature size fool you, Toyota added a lot of head room inside of this model! This model has just the basics with manual windows and locks, but if you are looking for storage then you've come to the right place. The Toyota Yaris Hatchback features lift up dashboard storage on both the drivers and passenger side. The control panels and screens are all positioned in the center part of the console - unlike most every other vehicle on the road that has the speedometer etc. Just behind the steering wheel. I find the center positioning far superior to the steering wheel area viewing placement! There are numerous cup holders too, so not even your rear seat passengers were forgotten. With about 37 mpg, the fuel efficiency is a pocket boo... (more)
Story
My very young nephew needed to go out to the car to get something, so I handed him my car keys. He returned to the living room looking very, very confused. He didn't understand why the doors wouldn't open when he pushed the key with his finger. It was because they are manual lock doors - there is no automatic/remote key control feature! This silly boy had never seen a car that didn't have powe... (more)
Pros
Compact Style and fuel efficiency. My favorite features are the location of the speedometer (which is in the center of the console) and the hatchback that lies almost 100% flat for tons of extra storage room when you need it.
Cons
The tires on this size car do not seem to last as long as I would think. The paint also seems to chip rather easily.

2008 Toyota Yaris - Happy I bought it and will buy a Toyota again

Adam S
Los Angeles, California
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
Toyota is a great company making great and reliable cars. The car I bought had minor issues - like I had to replace a headlight light bulb and a brake-light light bulb, but no major ones, and overall was a very reliable and high-quality vehicle. The factory recommended maintenance is only every five thousand miles, which is not a pushover, and the cost of maintenance is moderate even at the dealership. You can get a minor service for below hundred dollars. Also, Toyota has the unified system for vehicle records - you can always see the whole history of the vehicle service as long as you perform it at one of the Toyota dealers. I have received good service at a dealership. And I even found one dealership ( Sierra Toyota ), which does not push unnecessary service on you, and just do ev... (more)
Story
The car is comfortable enough to sleep in it on the back seats, if you're on a long drive and get tired
Pros
1. Very reliable - 7 years / 50k miles without major issues 2. Good mpg rating - 30mpg in the city, 35-40 on the highway, take out about 5-8mpg, if using air conditioning 3. Small car - very easy to park 4. Good use of space inside
Cons
1. 2D - can't certify for umber. I'm buying a four-door next time 2. Mpg still high compared to Prius 3. Too small to transport cargo - definitely buy a four-door model

2012 Toyota Yaris - Excellent car for the first-time owner

Melissa
Corvallis, Oregon
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
The 2012 Toyota Yaris is a wonderful car for the first-time car owner: affordable, small enough to park anywhere, and very adaptable to driver circumstance. I bought mine used from a Hertz auto dealer, so it came very well-cared-for and in decent shape (there were a few minor nicks and dents, nothing unusual for a car with 45,000 miles on it already), and for a great price.
Story
I used mine to carry our gear on a family camping trip! There was space to haul everything, and once we'd unloaded our tents, it made a great zipping-around car to reach places to go hiking, too.
Pros
My favorite thing about the 2012 Toyota Yaris is its hatchback design. I can easily fold down the rear seats and make a spacious storage area in the back for hauling whatever I need. I've used it for camping trips, and for hauling gardening equipment (I've wedged an entire straw bale in the back!). The car's modern design is also convenient - there is an AUX and USB plug-in in the glovebox, so you can charge your phone and play music directly to the radio from an iPod, etc. This car also gets great gas mileage - I average 32 mpg.
Cons
The one drawback I've found is that there is a certain amount of road noise - this is a common thing found in economy subcompact cars. It's especially noticeable when you drive on the freeway. But then, I usually am playing music pretty loud anyways so it doesn't really bother me.

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