New Toyota Yaris goes on sale in February 2020December 24, 2019
Toyota has released additional information and a large photo gallery of its all-new Yaris subcompact for the Japanese market.
On February 10, 2020, the fourth generation Toyota Yaris, which was the first to receive the Toyota GA-B platform for compact cars, will go on sale to the home market, resulting in a light and rigid body with a low center of gravity. In addition, as the manufacturer promises, the new architecture gives Yaris excellent handling characteristics, an upscale level of comfort and the latest security technology.
New Yaris with next-generation hybrid system combining a 1.5-liter 91-hp Dynamic Force Engine and an 79-hp electric motor is also more economical than before. Toyota claims an average fuel consumption of 2.8 l / 100 km for the Yaris Hybrid X FWD in WLTC test cycles.
The new generation Yaris was Toyota’s first compact four-wheel drive E-Four electric system, available exclusively on the hybrid model. In addition, from April 2020, the traditional 4WD system will be available in Japan as an option for the 1.5-liter 120-horsepower gasoline engine.
As for the 1.5-liter unit, it comes with either a 6-speed manual gearbox and front-wheel drive, or Direct Shift-CVT with AWD and FWD. Japan also has a third transmission: a 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine with 69 hp. Combines with Super CVT-i and front-wheel drive.
Toyota Yaris 2020 model year has a wide range of advanced technologies, including Toyota Teammate Advanced Park, the latest Toyota Safety Sense kit, Turn Tilt swivel seats and the latest Display Audio infotainment system. In Japan, prices range from 1,395,000 yen per version with a 1.0-liter engine to 2,493,000 yen per hybrid version of the Z with the E-Four.
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