Two Toyota Yaris Models, One Excellent Way to Drive Affordably

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The Toyota Yaris has never been as popular stateside as it has been in Europe, where dependable, efficient subcompact hatchbacks are standard fare. In League City, Texas, we prefer big, solid cars and trucks. But maybe it's time to consider the European way.

The Yaris comes standard with a large suite of standard technology, including automatic emergency braking (part of Toyota Safety Sense), a feature not commonly offered by segment rivals, voice-activated controls, backup camera, and a 6.1-inch touchscreen.

Thanks to the ToyotaCare no-cost maintenance plan, the first two years of oil changes and routine scheduled service is free, and at the end of those years you can expect an above-average resale value if it's time to trade in.

It's an ideal economy car for families on a budget, or as a second around-town car thanks to its low cost to own.

The original Yaris may not offer much in the way of driving thrills, but the new Toyota Yaris iA sedan is a different beast entirely. It has the same 106 horsepower as the traditional Yaris hatchback, but uses it more effectively for a peppy (if not powerful) ride.

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