How much does a new Toyota Yaris cost?
Starts at $12,605 and if you add every option available it goes up to $20,697.
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Go to eBay.com or ebaymotors.com they sell all kinds of Toyota car parts but u have to punch in your model and year of car...try it!
The web site www.partstrain.com (Parts train) has a great price list for good, inexpensive Toyota parts. Look there!
Take a flat-head screwdriver and pry off the plastic panel on the respective rear side. It looks like a vent. The brake light is the one at the top. Twist the bulb holder toward the outside of the car (counter clockwise for the left bulb if you are facing the rear, clockwise for the right.) The firs…t time I did this it was sticky and took a bit of effort. Then pull the holder out. The bulb then pulls out from the holder. The first time I replaced the bulb it also was sticky and was a little difficult to pull, but it finally came out. Replace the bulb, put the holder back into place and twist it clockwise to lock in. Then replace the panel. (MORE)
Toyota Corolla 2011- Base MSRP: $15,600 - $18,300 . 2011 Toyota Corolla LE- Starting at $17,300 MSRP . 2011 Toyota Corolla S- Starting at $17,470 MSRP Toyota Corolla 2010 - Base MSRP: $15,350 - $20,050 Toyota Corolla 2008 - Base MSRP: $14,405 - $16,415 It all depends on the year of the …car, the make, and all the 'extras' you want inside. It can average from 10,000-25,000. I have an 02 & it cost me $21,000. Click on the link below to go to Toyota's official page on Toyota corolla. (MORE)
On the driver's doorjamb (of an LHD car) there's a black sticker with a bar code down the middle. On the lower left-hand corner you'll see a line starting with "C/TR". Example- C/TR-1F8/31L. On this "1F8" (dark silver) is the exterior color code. HTH. On right hand drive cars, the codes are locat…ed on the VIN plate under the bonnet. (MORE)
There are 5 known countries that assembles the Yaris One in China (Guangzhou), one in France (Valenciennes), in Japan (Kanegasaki, Iwate, Iwate, Obu, & Aichi), one in Taiwan (Zhongli), and one in Thailand (Chachoengsao). The ones that are assembled in Japan are labeled Toyota Vitz with the Netz emb…lem in the front instead of a Toyota emblem. (MORE)
Depends on the powertrain- a 1.5/manual will be faster than a 1.0/automatic.. 1.3 version can be 165-175km/h in manufacturer data(my previous generation Yaris 1.3 with CVT,Japanese version proved to reach more than 190km/h,closer to 200km/h,if its limiter removed).. If it is a well loosen-up examp…le, it can reach 190-200km/h bracket.. 1.5 version is said to have 190km/h top speed according to manufacturer data, if it is well loosen-up example and has no limiter it can go up to 210km/h(131mph).. 1.0 version has 150-155km/h manufacturer data, well run-in example can reach around 160km/h. (MORE)
we own a Toyota Yaris and it is quite a dependable little car and we save over $3,500 dollars a year driving it the only problem on the 2-door is that when you want to get in the back and you pull the lever on the passenger seat it does not go back to a normal sitting position.
EPA says 34 City and 40 Highway (Standard) and 34 City and 39 Highway (Automatic). Real world, for myself, is coming up 39 City and 48 Highway.. Note: Tires inflated to 44psi and I coast to a stop in gear (5th or 4th works) in order to shut off the fuel injectors. Automatics have this same feature.… (MORE)
Prius II starts at $ 23,855.00 Prius III starts at $ 24, 855.00 Prius IV starts at $ 27,655.00 Prius V starts at $ 29,125.00
Open the Hood of the car. You will see where the bumper attaches to the body. there, you will see these black studs. Push the center of the stud in, then the whole stud will push up towards you. Remove all of the studs you will see, then the bumper should come off pretty easily. The Japanese sure di…d a good job on those black studs. There are also some screws underneath, it's pretty easy to open it though, don't forget to unscrew them off before you pull out the bumper. (MORE)
The battery on a Toyota Yaris is changed by lifting the hood,loosening the battery cables, and placing them to the side. A newbattery is put in place and the cables reconnected.
There are a couple companies that make a receiver hitch for them with tow-ratings around 500-750 lbs but the two eyelets in the rear work great for pulling other vehicles around.
Too many variables exist to answer this question. New? Used? Condition? Mileage? Area of the country? Check your local newspaper classified advertisements for info.
They aren't fast and they aren't luxury cars, the interior is made from low-cost plastics, there is a fair bit of road noise and the cup-holders were designed by a 5-year-old. Everything (except the cup-holders) was designed that way to keep the vehicle affordable, efficient, and simple though. I ha…ve averaged 64 MPG while cruising with slightly larger-than-stock tires at a constant 60 MPH on a hilly and windey(it curves and winds, not blowing wind) road from Anchorage, AK to Fairbanks, AK(400' elevation gain over about 400 miles). It is also rated by several sources (consumer reports, edmunds, autoweek) to have the lowest cost of ownership over a 200,000 mile period. This is a great comparison because it considers initial price, insurance rate, fuel economy, repairs, and maintenance cost. I have owned MANY vehicles in my life and must say that as a consumer AND as a professional automotive technician, this is the best value for the dollar vehicle you will ever find. P.S. We just hit the 150,000 mile mark on our '09 email@example.com - email me any time if anyone has any specific questions. (MORE)
Not knowing which engine or whether you have a manual or automatic transmission makes the question impossible to answer.. I'd suggest you spend some time calling local transmission shops for estimates. If your transmission isn't totally trashed it would probably be far less expensive to have it rep…aired than replaced, especially an automatic.. Keep in mind you have a huge range of options. You mention a "new" transmission but there are also rebuilts or you could even pull one out of a wrecking yard. You'll save a bunch of money if you can do the installation yourself. If not then be sure and get a labor estimate along with pricing if you call transmission shops.. Cheers (MORE)
You should have a code in your owners manual. If you can't find it, call your dealership and ask them to look it up for you. In a 2008 Yaris, you have to hold down SEEK and press 1. This should appear: _ /_ /_ Say the 3 digit code was 987, you would need to press the button 1 ten times, the b…utton 2 nine times and the button 3 eight times. (As the numbers begin from 0-9) Your screen should now say: 9/8/7 Hold down scan to finish. Or if your model is different, call your dealership service department and they will tell you how to do it. (MORE)
Yaris: The color code can be found on the Driver Side Door Jamb (this info was found on http://www.automotivetouchup.com/paint-codes/toyota.htm)
3.7 liters (3.9 US qts) with filter change or 3.4 liters (3.6 US qts) without filter change.
there are 2 uses boxes for a 2007 Toyota Yaris. 1 is under the hood just behind the battery, and the other is under the steering column on the side closest to the door but you practically have to put your head on the floor of the car and look up to see it.
The Brand New 2011 Toyota Highlander starts at $28,090 for the standard model. the four other models of the Highlander include the SE at $32, 695, the Limited at $35,595, the Hybrid at $38,140, and the Hybrid Limited at $43,795.
The Toyota Yaris makes a lot of sense for the first time car buyer. A good first car should be reliable and Toyota make a great vehicle. The Yaris also is a good choice in that it is relatively inexpensive to insure. These two factors combined with the fact that the Yaris is fun to drive make it the… perfect choice for a first car. (MORE)
Yes, a Yaris is a car made by Toyota. You can go to a local dealership and you will be able to find that model on any of the Toyota lots that you visit.
For the 2011 base package MSRP is $33,355 and while the loaded limited package is $36,959. With some haggling with the dealer you should expect to pay $31,000 to $34,000 depending on what options that you would like on your new vehicle.
The average cost of the new 2011 Toyota Prius is $28k. This, of course is the "standard package". I'm not quite sure what the standard pkg. entails, but the more you add, the more the price goes up. As with every vehicle, each accessory adds up. After just a few clicks of the mouse, your $28k car is… now a $31k car. (MORE)
Any company that sells Toyota's should sell the Yaris. If you are looking for a new car, you may visit a Toyota dealership, if used car, any local dealership will most likely have the Toyota Yaris you are looking for.
It depends on what your priorities are. Chances are excellent that if you purchase a used Yaris at a Toyota dealership, it will be in great condition. It will also be cheaper than a new car. If your heart is set on a brand new car, though, and you want to rack up those miles yourself, then new is th…e way to go. (MORE)
The new Toyota Camry Hybrid basic model starts at $20,195 dollars. It can vary though, because some car lots in different locations will offer cheaper prices, or take your car on trade in.
Yes, Toyota Yaris deals are good right now. You can always check your local dealerships, just to make sure you are getting the best deal possible. Many factors can play into the price of the vehicle though, so make sure to understand what you want to come with your car! When I bought my Yaris back… in 2009, I was about to drive North of Chicago to a Carmax dealership that sells new Toyotas. They had the price and discount listed online so there was nothing to haggle over. I live in Indianapolis so it was going to be a 4 hour trip on way then back again. About a day before I was going to drive up and get the car, I contacted my local Toyota dealers and asked them if they could just meet the price that Carmax listed. One dealer contacted me and told me they had the same color only with a few more options that they were willing to sell to me for the sale price. So overall I think I got a good price, but that was 4 years ago. I would recommend to try truecar.com or carmamx.com to find out what the price of a car should be. Always visit the dealer near the end of the month. If they are operating on a quota, they will need to make their quota. Don't go at the end because they either failed to meet or surpassed the quota and you are your bargaining power isn't as great. Only when they think they are in line to meet their quota are they really willing to sell. Sometimes the dealer has meet the quota and will get a super bonus for exceeding so many over the quota. I bought a 4-runner in 2001 and the guy I was buying from had sold four cars that day. He was a retired fireman in Obama and he pulled me aside and told me what to ask. I did and the GM agreed to it. I saved about 5 thousand under sticker. Plus I got a rebate. My daughter still drives that 4-runner with about 200k miles. Bottom line, you can't beat a Toyota. They are rock solid and even if you overpay, it will last a long time so you will recoup your money! (MORE)
Deals for the Toyota Yaris will depend on whether you are shopping for a new or pre-owned model. If you are shopping for a new Toyota Yaris, you will find that the price will be the same from dealership to dealership, although individual dealers may vary their promotions somewhat. Currently, ads are… offering two years of free servicing for vehicles purchased with Toyota financing, as well as upgrades to the multimedia system. (MORE)
Will vary all over the place. See sources and related links below for a few options and general pricing. Note that if you want upgrade beam style wiper blades, there are only a couple of options that fit the passenger side - the best is listed below. Lastly, the rear wiper blade is also very hard to… find in stores - it is also listed below. (MORE)
The Toyota Sienna varies in cost based on the model that is bought. Models start at around twenty-six thousand and increases from that point.
Toyota Yaris is a subcompact car. It was produced by Toyota since 1999. It has the rank of number 23 in Affordable Small Cars by U.S. News. It has a long history.
Cost of the same model of used car will vary based on the cars condition, model year, and location purchased. In general a 2007 Toyota Yaris will cost around $9000 and 2012 will cost $14000. One must consider factors above.
A used Toyota Yaris will vary in price depending on the year and condition of the car being sold. The prices can start anywhere around $1000 and go up.
A Champion Toyota can cost approximately $15,000. This excludes local taxes, delivery, and does not include any extra options a buyer may want to include.
A brand new Toyota Tacoma will cost around $17,500 from truecar retailers. Having looked online at several retailers, the prices are all within this range.
There are some different prices for the Copeland Toyota in different places, and the prices also depends on the type of Copeland Toyota. Therefore, It is suggested that one should check the price at the Toyota store nearby, or on the main website of Toyota.
A Toyota Yaris sedan has a varied price. A new Toyota Yaris starts at approximately $15,000. A used Toyota Yaris really varies in price with current purchase prices ranging from $9,000 to $15,000, depending on the features and the age of the car.
The Toyota Yaris 2007 has 106 horsepower. It gets its horsepower from its 1.5 liter engine. The 1.5 l engine has five speeds with automatic or manual transmission.
The price for a new Toyota Yaris will vary, depending upon the features added to the vehicle. The base manufacturer's list price for new Toyota Yaris is $14, 370.
There is no information about the total amount of Toyota Yaris sold in 2008. However, they can be purchased from the following retailers: Auto Trader, Drive, Car Sales, Motor Trend, to name a few.
The 2014 Toyota Yaris is 5 ft. 6.7 in. (66.7 in.)12V front power outlet(s) wide.
The 2012 Toyota Yaris is 5 ft. 6.7 in. (66.7 in.)12V front power outlet(s) wide.
The 2007 Toyota Yaris is 5 ft. 6.7 in. (66.7 in.)12V front power outlet(s) wide.
The 2010 Toyota Yaris is 5 ft. 6.7 in. (66.7 in.)12V front power outlet(s) wide.
The 2009 Toyota Yaris is 5 ft. 6.7 in. (66.7 in.)12V front power outlet(s) wide.
The 2008 Toyota Yaris is 5 ft. 6.7 in. (66.7 in.)12V front power outlet(s) wide.
The 2013 Toyota Yaris is 5 ft. 6.7 in. (66.7 in.)12V front power outlet(s) wide.
The 2011 Toyota Yaris is 5 ft. 6.7 in. (66.7 in.)12V front power outlet(s) wide.