2007 Toyota Yaris
100,168 Miles
$6,991

Harrisonburg, VA
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2007 Toyota Yaris
147,742 Miles
$5,500

Long Island City, NY
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2007 Toyota Yaris
114,938 Miles
$7,039

Hickory, NC
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2007 Toyota Yaris
74,018 Miles
$6,995

Ocala, FL
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2007 Toyota Yaris
144,710 Miles
$5,995

National City, CA
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2007 Toyota Yaris
79,103 Miles
$4,490

Massapequa, NY
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2007 Toyota Yaris
139,972 Miles
$5,000

Corydon, IN
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2007 Toyota Yaris
124,768 Miles
$6,991

Glenside, PA
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2007 Toyota Yaris
69,143 Miles
$6,995

Menasha, WI
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2007 Toyota Yaris
127,264 Miles
$4,495

Tilton, NH
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2007 Toyota Yaris
78,646 Miles
$5,288

Boardman, OH
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2007 Toyota Yaris
148,027 Miles
$5,599

Las Vegas, NV
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2007 Toyota Yaris
86,722 Miles
$7,995

Bellevue, WA
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2007 Toyota Yaris
130,261 Miles
$4,947

Glen Burnie, MD
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2007 Toyota Yaris
91,052 Miles
$7,965

Hendersonville, NC
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2007 Toyota Yaris
119,285 Miles
$4,971

Columbia, CT
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2007 Toyota Yaris
86,227 Miles
$6,395

Indianapolis, IN
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2007 Toyota Yaris
105,837 Miles
$5,999

Las Vegas, NV
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2007 Toyota Yaris
153,010 Miles
$6,995

Turlock, CA
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2007 Toyota Yaris
134,184 Miles
$8,990

Morristown, TN
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2007 Toyota Yaris Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
2 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
4.5
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
3.5

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2007 Toyota Yaris - Perfect Commuter Car

Victoria
Edgewood, New Mexico
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
Immediately after purchasing my 2007 Toyota Yaris I drove it across the country from Vermont to New Mexico. I've driven a lot of cars and this is one of the most comfortable for long distances. It performed flawlessly (and has continued to do so past 100,000 miles). The gas mileage is amazing (42 mpg highway) and makes it perfect for someone like me who drives a lot. I did run into issues with snow and ice in the winter as the car is front wheel drive, however it is surprisingly tough for a little car. Now that I live in a large city the small size of the Yaris is perfect for traffic, although my dogs would appreciate a little more room. People who get in my car for the first time comment about the gauges being in the middle and think it's odd, but I think it's pretty cute.
Story
Since the Yaris is front wheel drive I have had to drive it in reverse up my driveway in the winter. It takes a little maneuvering but the Yaris has made it up when my friend's Audis and Xterra's haven't.
Pros
Stylish, drives smoothly, comfortable, very safe, reliable, great gas mileage, large trunk, rear seats fold down.
Cons
Not very good in the snow, accelerates very slowly.

2007 Toyota Yaris - The Hardy Yaris

YRS
Madison, Wisconsin
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
2.0
I have put a ridiculous number of miles on this vehicle, having driven it all over the country in the last eight years, and yet my car is still working (mostly). It gets really good gas mileage, which is important when you are a poor student. Unfortunately, in the last five years it's been having problem after problem. These have all been fixable without completely draining my bank account, but there's always something new going wrong. The car is always able to fit into the tiniest parking spots and the tightest squeezes; I've moved myself across the country by packing everything I own in the tiny Yaris, and it actually fits a surprising amount of stuff inside. The car is comfortable (if you're not extremely tall) and actually has weirdly good speakers and bass for listening to music. ... (more)
Story
Driving the Yaris up mountains is like driving a semi truck up the mountain - it goes about 15 mph and fights with you the whole way. You look hilarious in the truck lane between the various semis just barely cruising. Going down the mountain is pretty fun, though.
Pros
I love the gas mileage it gets. It has pretty nice speakers for listening to music. I appreciate the port that hooks to my iPhone so I can have hands free calling. I like the color my car came in, which makes it seem kind of distinctive. I generally like the look of Yaris' and Prius', so it fits my style. It's been able to last me for years and for tens of thousands of miles.
Cons
Constant battle, each summer, with the air conditioner. It leaks every summer into the passenger side's leg area. You have to clean out the a/c hose with a wire hanger to get all the random gunk build up out. I also had to tear out the padding below the passenger seat because it got moldy from all the water leakage. Other problems include all the recalls, and a very dangerous accelerator problem which makes me have to fight with the brakes to stop the car at stoplights. Holes in the muffler make the car sound pretty loud, but I can't get it fixed because it would require removing and repla... (more)

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