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2020 Toyota Yaris Review, Pricing, and Specs

Type: The Toyota Yaris is a tiny 5 seater compact hatchback. This car is a much better buy used than new. It is comparable to the Chevrolet Spark, Honda Fit, and Nissan Micra.


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2020 Toyota Yaris

Performance - 6.7
Interior - 6.9
Safety - 6.7
Value - 6.3
Reliability - 6.5

6.6

Buy the Corolla Instead

The Yaris 2020 is quirky - but these cars are mainly just made to market at a low price point. The reality is, you'll rarely find these vehicles equipped at the base spec that made them attractive, and there is rarely programs or incentives on them. You'll kick yourself that you don't have more space - pony up for the Corolla instead.

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Vehicle Insurance Rates

The average insurance premium for a 2020 Toyota Yaris is $186 monthly for a 27 year old male, living in Etobicoke.

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The Yaris 2020 is quirky – but these cars are mainly just made to market at a low price point. The reality is, you’ll rarely find these vehicles equipped at the base spec that made them attractive, and there is rarely programs or incentives on them. You’ll kick yourself that you don’t have more space – pony up for the Corolla instead.

Toyota Yaris 2020 Canada specs:

Price: Starting from CDN $16,790 for the manual, and $17,890 for the automatic
Fuel economy:  7.3/5.9(City/Hwy) L/100KM
Horsepower: 106 hp
Engine: 1.4L 4 Cylinder Engine with a 6 speed automatic transmission

Highlights for the Yaris  2020

  • New Styling for 2020 to be more similar to the lines and headlights found on the redesigned Corolla.
  • This is the 3rd generation of Yaris – and is silently built off the Mazda 2 powertrain

Pros & Cons

  • Huge fuel economy – its such a tiny car!
  • Standard Apple Carplay & Android Auto
  • Since its based off the Mazda 2, the fit and finish of the interior is nicer than previous Yaris generations
  • So limited in cargo space
  • Don’t be fooled by the lower cost of this vehicle. You’ll pay higher insurance premiums compared to the Corolla because of a lower safety rating, and find you don’t get as many incentives on this vehicle. 
  • Poor resale value and lease residual
  • Underpowered engine
  • Lack’s Toyota Safety Sense features

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Is a Toyota Yaris a good car?

The Yaris is a good car if you are looking for a small car with a cheap lease payment that’s good on gas and simple on features for driving around the city.

How are the reviews for the Toyota Yaris?

The Yaris is available at a polarizing price point for most. Despite a very low starting cost on the Toyota website, you’ll find by the time the vehicles at the dealership and equipped with freight and bare minimum options, it often ends up being only a few thousand dollars cheaper than the Toyota Corolla. For a small payment walk you’ll be able to have more room for back seats and groceries and cargo. If you only drive solo, the Yaris is a better vehicle. With occasional passengers, the Corolla may be a better fit.

Price of The Yaris?

The Yaris starts at $16,790 in Canada and is available for lease and finance programs from Toyota dealers. Most dealerships will have the vehicle available at a mid level trim, which will bump the price closer to $19,000 once you factor in the higher trim level, dealership fees, and freight.

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Nicholas Coatsworth

Nicholas has been in the automotive industry for 5+ years working directly with large dealer groups including the Humberview Group, and at the dealership level doing business development. He is the editor in chief for Conquest Cars Canada, and is passionate about helping his clients understand and master the nuances of shopping and learning about new vehicles. Whether you're looking for pointers before visiting the dealership, or general information to help you find your next car, he believes in enabling his readers with education and confidence to help find the right deals and savings for their next car.

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