In a bid to broaden the appeal of the Toyota Yaris the firm has improved the car’s specification and trim levels.
In addition, the Yaris also gets the firm’s new Touch 2 multimedia system which has the optional ‘Go’ navigation.
The Yaris now has, says Toyota, a wider range of choice, more equipment and features as well as improved comfort and safety.
Value-for-money with the Toyota Yaris
Even the entry level model comes with a decent amount of kit fitted as standard including air con, a leather trimmed steering wheel and Touch 2 which allows for Bluetooth connectivity and the sending and receiving of text messages. The system will also allow the driver to plug in their smartphone and control it from the car’s touchscreen.
Other standard kit includes a DAB radio and in addition to the higher spec levels, Toyota have also brought in a number of options and option packs to help individualise each car.
Options for the Toyota Yaris
These options include the firm’s Skyview panoramic roof, rear privacy glass and LED daytime running lights.
The packs also include the protection option which will add rear bumper protection, mudflaps and rear parking sensors among other the items, whereas the style pack will add aluminium scuff plates, a chrome finish on the door sills and boot and a bumper protection plate.
The top of the range Yaris, the Excel, as well as the Hybrid versions come with climate control air con.
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The Toyota Yaris Excel also comes with privacy glass, the panoramic roof, a rear spoiler as well as push-button start and auto-folding door mirrors.
Available now with deliveries starting in August, the new Toyota Yaris starts at £10,995 for the three door Active model with a five speed manual gearbox and the firm’s excellent 1.0 litre VVT-i engine.