30/39  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
10.2  Sec.
0-60 MPH
13.49  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For the 2019 Toyota Yaris?

If you are ready to take home a new subcompact car soon, make plans to stop by our Toyota dealership to take a closer look at the 2019 Toyota Yaris sedan. When the Yaris was released in 1999, it was only available as a hatchback and was a big hit with drivers because of its undeniably appealing style. Minor powertrain improvements are also present across all 2019 trims. By connecting with our helpful sales associates soon, you can slide behind the wheel of the hatchback and sedan versions to admire their style in person.

2019 Toyota Yaris Interior

2019 Yaris Trims & Features

Before you decide which compact car to drive home in, take time to compare the trims for 2019. The Yaris come in an L, LE and XLE trim for the current model year. Regardless of the trim that you decide to purchase, you can expect your Yaris to have appealing, modern exterior and interior designs. While standard features progressively improve as you work up to the higher trims, you may be thrilled to learn that all 2019 options are well-appointed. A few of the many optional or standard features that may be in your new Toyota subcompact car include power door locks, power windows, a remote trunk release, a push-button starter, an automatic climate control system, a day-night rearview mirror, a leather-wrapped steering wheel featuring mounted controls for select functions, several interior and exterior color options, cloth or leatherette material, 15-inch wheels, an integrated backup camera, several USB ports, an MP3 player, satellite radio, two driving modes, powered side mirrors with integrated turn signals, wireless technology connectivity and a few other thoughtful features.

2019 Toyota Yaris Horsepower

2019 Toyota Yaris Exterior FrontThe 2019 Toyota Yaris is equipped with the same mechanical and powertrain features across all trims with only a slight difference. The powertrain that powers all of these vehicles for 2019 is a 4-cylinder, 1.5-liter design that uses regular unleaded fuel and that generates 106 horsepower. Its performance is enhanced by dual variable valve timing and direct fuel injection. When you select a Yaris, you will benefit from a 6-speed manual transmission in the L and LE trims or an automatic transmission if you take home the XLE trim. All trims also come with a front stabilization bar, rear drum brakes, 4- wheel ABS, front disc brakes, a rear torsion beam suspension, unibody construction and an independent MacPherson strut suspension in the front.

Toyota Yaris Safety

2019 Toyota Yaris Exterior RearThe 2019 Toyota Yaris inspire confidence on the road thanks to the robust range of safety features. Toyota has loaded the three available trims with similar standard safety equipment for superior protection regardless of the trim that you decide to buy. Features in the Yaris for 2019 include a brake override system, electronic brakeforce distribution, a tire pressure monitoring system, curtain airbags, front and side airbags, a low-speed collision system, automatic emergency locking retractors and a 3-point harness design for all seatbelts, safety seat anchors and latches in the rear row, a low-speed collision system, side and front airbags, curtain airbags and several additional features. Our Toyota sales associates are available to tell you more about the 2019 Toyota Yaris and to assist with a test drive.

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