It has been a year full of unlikely and hugely unwelcome events. Into all of this has been thrust a few shining lights – a hilarious US election, the new iPhone, and a rally car for the road from Toyota. Wait, what? Yep. Toyota’s all-new, excellent-but-expensive Yaris has an evil twin,
Pricing and availability for the Toyota GR Yaris Rallye has been announced. Toyota’s hottest GR Yaris, the Rallye, has been detailed for Australia, with availability and pricing all confirmed. The model, which brings myriad features like lighter rims and two LSDs, will begin deliveries from March 2021 and is priced
Toyota has announced pricing for its hot little Yaris GR, which will hit Aussie roads in November. In one week, Toyota will open up order books for the Yaris GR hot hatch, which is priced at a recommended retail price of $49,500 though introduced at a more palatable $39,950 driveaway
Our independent 2020 Toyota Yaris review in Australia, including price, specs, interior, ride and handling, safety and score. Let’s not muck around. The new Yaris is expensive. Not “not cheap” – expensive. Starting at $22,130 for the SX manual, Toyota has tossed a hand grenade at Yaris fans who are
Toyota has revealed pricing and specifications for its new Yaris, and the model is now much more expensive than the cheap and cheerful little hatch it was before. Toyota has considerably increased the price of its new Yaris for the third-generation, announcing today that its most affordable and smallest car
Toyota will launch a cheap, super-economical Yaris hybrid hatch in Australia soon, which will also see the end of the Prius coupe.
Toyota has announced official details of its first hot hatch in decades, the Yaris GR.
Toyota’s Ford Fiesta and Mazda 2 rival has been revealed ahead of its scheduled debut.
Harry Bates, son of four-time Aussie rally champ, Neal Bates, is attacking Rally SA in his new 224kW all-wheel drive Toyota Yaris… we went along to check it out.
The refreshed 2017 Toyota Yaris has gone on-sale boasting tweaked looks and “improved safety”.
Toyota yesterday issued a huge recall of 6.39 million vehicles worldwide for a range of issues, ranging from airbag glitches and weak seat rail springs to defective windscreen wipers.
At $16,000 driveway for the base model, the Fiat Punto is well worth a look on price and equipment alone. It’s a decent-looking car and the fit and finish is impressive, as are the standard five doors, nice manual gearbox and roomy, airy interior.