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?

When the Yaris was originally offered for sale by Toyota in 1999, it garnered tremendous attention because of its overall value and stunning design. The Yaris has continued to impress drivers and passengers over the years with its hatchback body style and well-appointed interior. The 2019 model year features a redesigned grille and several other minor changes. If you are ready to take home a beautiful new subcompact car that is well-appointed throughout the interior and exterior, you cannot go wrong with the 2019 Yaris. Our sales team is ready to help you learn more about this car so that you can decide if it is right for you.

2019 Toyota Yaris Interior

Which Features are Available for 2019?

If you are thinking about taking home a Yaris hatchback or a sedan for 2019, you will get to choose from the L, LE and XLE trim. These three trims are well-equipped throughout the interior and exterior to give you a comfortable ride through town.

Optional or standard features available in select trims include fog lights, integrated turn signals in the powered side view mirrors, 15-inch wheels, cruise control and audio buttons on the leather-wrapped steering wheel, cloth or leatherette material, manual or power front seat adjustments, an integrated backup camera, several driving modes, a 7-inch color display screen, one-touch power windows, a push-button ignition, an MP3 player, remote access to the trunk, power door locks, Bluetooth technology, a day-night rearview mirror, satellite radio, USB ports and other features. When you are ready to compare the optional and standard features in each trim, reach out to our sales agents for assistance.

2019 Toyota Yaris Powertrain Options

2019 Toyota Yaris Exterior FrontYou may be expecting to settle for a sluggish driving experience. This is not the case with the Yaris. All trims are loaded with a 1.5-liter, 4-cylinder engine with 106 horsepower, and this powertrain specifically features direct fuel injection with dual variable valve timing. If you opt for the L or LE trims, your powertrain will be mated with a 6-speed manual transmission. The XLE trim has an automatic transmission as standard equipment.

Your experience on the road in your new Yaris will further be enhanced by a front stabilization bar, electric rack-and-pinion power steering, front-wheel drive, rear drum brakes, an independent MacPherson front strut suspension, a rear torsion beam suspension, front disc brakes, unibody construction, and other well-engineered components. A great way to compare performance capabilities for each variation is to visit with our sales team soon for a test drive.

Packed with Safety Features

2019 Toyota Yaris Exterior RearThe safety of you and your passengers is directly impacted by the vehicle that you choose to drive, so you may be thrilled to learn that all three trims of the Yaris for 2019 are equipped with similar equipment. Some of the many safety features that will be in your 2019 Yaris and include a brake override system, multiple advanced airbags, electronic brakeforce distribution, a low-speed collision system, a first aid kit, anti-locking disc brakes, emergency auto locking retractors for the 3-point seatbelts, an engine immobilizer, child safety latches and anchors for the back row, a tire pressure monitor, brake assist and more. Before deciding which subcompact car to purchase, stop by our Toyota dealership to get a first-hand look at the Yaris.

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