2014 Toyota Yaris
40,558 Miles
$11,998

San Jose, CA
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2008 Toyota Yaris
162,042 Miles
$5,499

San Jose, CA
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2014 Toyota Yaris
76,422 Miles
$8,991

San Jose , CA
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2017 Toyota Yaris
34,599 Miles
$9,890

Santa Clara, CA
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2016 Toyota Yaris
41,357 Miles
$9,590

Santa Clara, CA
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2009 Toyota Yaris
66,230 Miles
$5,499

Santa Clara, CA
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2009 Toyota Yaris
72,634 Miles
$5,700

Santa Clara, CA
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2010 Toyota Yaris
70,628 Miles
Accepting Offers

Milpitas, CA
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2013 Toyota Yaris
30,131 Miles
$12,599

Fremont, CA
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2016 Toyota Yaris
17,902 Miles
$14,998

Fremont, CA
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2010 Toyota Yaris
69,900 Miles
$6,950

Fremont, CA
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2015 Toyota Yaris
136,121 Miles
$7,995

Fremont, CA
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2009 Toyota Yaris
155,412 Miles
$4,250

Fremont, CA
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2012 Toyota Yaris
128,542 Miles
Accepting Offers

Fremont, CA
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2013 Toyota Yaris
36,614 Miles
Accepting Offers

Fremont, CA
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2018 Toyota Yaris
386 Miles
$18,500

Capitola, CA
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2012 Toyota Yaris
99,885 Miles
$8,999

Hayward, CA
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2016 Toyota Yaris
44,379 Miles
Accepting Offers

Hayward, CA
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2016 Toyota Yaris
40,208 Miles
$9,999

Hayward, CA
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2017 Toyota Yaris
44,340 Miles
$10,599

Hayward, CA
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San Jose, CA Toyota Yaris Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.4
Performance
3.5
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.9
Fuel Economy
4.6
Reliability
4.5
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2007 Toyota Yaris - Great small car.

Dan
Hanford, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
1.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
The Toyota Yaris S is a great hatchback that is a available at an even better price. It is entry level and Toyota's cheapest car yet gets 45+ miles per gallon on the highway. I've been driving to work for many years now and haven't had any maintenance issues. It is not a luxury vehicle, but it is definitely a great commuter car for someone less worried about a car as a status symbol rather than a mode of transportation.
Story
A few months ago my fiancee and I decided to take a trip to Sequoia National Forest with our dog Judith. We wanted to make sure we had a good time camping, so we planned to load up the Yaris but would also need a lot of room for our dogs kennel since Judith is a large German Shepherd. We were amazed that all of our chairs, coolers, and other supplies were able to fit inside of our Yaris -- w... (more)
Pros
Incredibly gas mileage. Very inexpensive. Foldable seats for more room than a standard vehicle. Low cost of maintenance. Very small so easy to park. Easily maneuvered in small areas.
Cons
Not comfortable. Small...might not be the safest in an accident. Looks a bit goofy compared to other cars on the road.

2008 Toyota Yaris - Basic commuter

Teresa
Tustin, California
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
If you're looking for a vehicle to get you from A to B, then a Yaris could not be any better. I often call it a golf cart with doors because of its basic features, yet zippy nature. There really isn't much to complain about; it gets the job done, but the Yaris does leave a little for the heart to desire in terms of comfort and performance.
Story
Zipping around the foothills in Orange County is a lot of fun in this little compact. It may not have passing power, but at higher RPMs there is some power to be found, especially in the low gears.
Pros
The basic trim level comes with some amenities that other basic trims lack: powered locks, powered windows, and a CD player/AUX input. The speakers, while soft, do sound nice and level even the bass is respectable. Gas mileage is also a plus with an average of ~30 miles a gallon. For a car that could fit into nearly any parking spot, it can also fit a surprising amount of things into the interior and trunk. The rear seats fold 60/40 and almost completely flat. So, yes hauling a five-shelf dresser is completely possible.
Cons
It is very clear that this car is designed for two different countries. The speedometer sits in the middle of the dash rather than in front of the driver, and the cupholders are placed on either side of the dash instead of under the center console. Unfortunately, when those cupholders are used, the air vent behind them is then blocked. In my personal opinion, the digital gas gauge is not a good representation of the amount of gas in the car; a standard dial would ease some unwanted anxiety when on road trips.

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2010 Toyota Camry Hybrid - San Francisco Toyota

PL
San Francisco, California
Overall
5.0
Facility
4.0
Process
5.0
Quality
5.0
Service
4.0
One of the best things I like about this dealership is the ability of the salesmen here. They really helped me out in choosing the right car for me and narrowing down cars that were pertinent to me. I only wanted hybrids, but there were so many that I didn't know which to choose. The salesman there guided me through the process and was very informative with the cars there.