Toyota Yaris 2017 | New Car Sales Price
Toyota Yaris 2017 | New Car Sales Price

Toyota Yaris 2017 | New Car Sales Price


Toyota Australia has released pricing for its three-variant Yaris line-up – which is now on sale locally – with the restyled light hatch starting from $15,290 before on-road costs for the five-speed manual Ascent.

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Exterior styling changes are most apparent when looking at the hatch's nose, which is highlighted by a redesigned front fascia that replaces the former model's X-shaped grille.

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Re-shaped front fog lamps also feature, as well as wraparound tail-lights for the rear end.

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The Ascent range-opener is powered by a 1.3-litre naturally aspirated four-cylinder petrol engine, which develops 63kW of power at 6000rpm and 120Nm of torque at 4600rpm.

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Customers can also opt for a four-speed automatic transmission with their Ascent ($16,820), with both versions featuring as standard a 6.1-inch multimedia system with Bluetooth support, reversing camera, 15-inch steel wheels wrapped in 175/65 tyres, seven airbags, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, cloth-trimmed interior and six-speaker audio system.

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Meanwhile, fuel economy is rated at 5.8 litres per 100km for the manual and 6.4L/100km for auto-equipped Ascents, while CO2 emissions are measured at 134 grams per km and 147g/km respectively.

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Mid-spec SX variants gain a more powerful 1.5-litre atmo four with 80kW/141Nm, costing $17,330 for the manual or $18,860 when paired with an auto.

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However, the bigger powerplant means fuel consumption takes a hit as the SX manual returns 5.9L/100km, while the auto averages 6.4L/100km on the combined cycle test.

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CO2 emissions also increase up to 137g/km and 147g/km respectively for the mid-spec Yaris.

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Sitting at the top of the light hatch range is the auto-only ZR, which cops a $550 price hike to $22,470 and takes its drivetrain pairing of a 1.5-litre engine with four-speed transmission from the SX.

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Compensation for the extra cost comes in the form of a longer list of standard equipment, which now extends to satellite navigation, LED headlights and fog-lamps, climate control air-conditioning, as well as Toyota’s safety sense package that includes lane departure warning, automatic high beam and pre-collision warning system.

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Ascent and SX customers can pay to add the safety sense package as an option, while all Yaris models will come backed by the Japanese carmaker's three year/100,000km factory warranty.

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2017 Toyota Yaris list pricing

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Toyota Yaris Ascent – manual – $15,290
Toyota Yaris Ascent – automatic – $16,820
Toyota Yaris SX – manual – $17,330
Toyota Yaris SX – automatic – $18,860
Toyota Yaris ZR – automatic – $22,470

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Has Toyota done enough with this Yaris facelift to keep the light hatch competitive with its rivals? Tell us what you think in the comments below.

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