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The all-new Toyota Yaris is here and has copped a big price increase. But, it now comes loaded with all the latest safety features and this model, the 2021 Toyota Yaris ZR Hybrid, is one of the most efficient cars on the market. Paul Maric tests out the all-new Toyota Yaris to see if it's worth the big investment. Hardness tester results: 🤍 Skip Ahead: Intro: 00:00 Exterior: 00:54 Interior: 02:39 Infotainment: 03:34 Safety Tech: 05:08 Practicality: 05:44 On the road: 08:26 Verdict: 13:43 We review every new car on the market, bust car myths, cover the latest car tech and answer your burning questions. Whether you need new car advice, purchase validation or simply love learning more about new cars and technology, we are your car experts. Subscribe to Car Expert: 🤍 You'll find us dropping new video content three times a week. If you'd like to ask a question about one of our videos, simply leave us a comment. If you'd like to give us any feedback on our content, feel free to email us, or alternatively, hit us up on social media. Finally, we want this channel to grow with your support and feedback. If there's anything you don't like or would like to see us change, we'd love to hear from you! Follow us on social media to see what we're up to and to ask any questions! CarExpert: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Paul Maric: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #review #toyota #yaris 🤍toyotaaustralia
OTHER HYBRID REVIEWS: Honda HR-V hybrid review: 🤍 Toyota RAV4 hybrid review: 🤍 Kia Sorento hybrid review: 🤍 We like the Toyota Corolla. It’s finally really good to drive, thanks to independent rear suspension, great steering and even a punchy petrol-electric hybrid powertrain. Its boot is comically small, though, so it’s not all rosy. With the smaller Yaris hybrid getting so expensive, the Corolla hybrid looks like good value. The Corolla ZR hybrid hatch tested here competes with the Mazda 3 M Hybrid, Volkswagen Golf, Skoda Scala, Hyundai i30, Kia Cerato and others. This car costs $34,695 before on-road costs. As always, we don’t accept advertising from car manufacturers, and we’re powered by Budget Direct - so this is an independent, honest review of the Toyota Corolla. Subscribe now! 🤍 More Toyota content: 🤍 More Corolla content: 🤍 Chasing Cars on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Chasing Cars on Instagram: 🤍 Chasing Cars is Australia's most independent source of new car reviews, car industry news, comparisons and car guides. We give you a critical look at every new car you should consider!
Subscribe: 🤍 | Visit Chasing Cars: 🤍 Tom reviews the new 2021 Toyota Yaris Hybrid hatch and provides an expert opinion. Is the Yaris really worth this much money? Even though this review should have been all about the 2021 Yaris is a much better car to drive, on the new TNGA platform and with a new three-cylinder engine, it’s much more expensive than we thought. Why? Because of stringent new safety requirements. This new Toyota Yaris has heaps of safety tech, including intersection AEB and a centre airbag. But does it really make sense? How much fuel does the Yaris Hybrid use? Let’s find out! In today’s view, Tom Baker from Chasing Cars conducts a review of this new generation of the Toyota Yaris ZR Hybrid finished in blue with a black roof over light Y-shape cloth trim. What do you think of the all-new Yaris? Would you go petrol or hybrid? Or would you take a Volkswagen Polo, Ford Fiesta or Kia Picanto instead? Let me know all your thoughts in the comments box below. While you’re there, please consider subscribing and joining our Chasing Cars community.
2021 Toyota Yaris (hybrid vs petrol) 0-100km/h & engine sound. Head over to 🤍 for the full review. 2021 Toyota Yaris ZR Hybrid 1.5-litre three-cylinder petrol with electric motor assist 85kW (116PS) combined CVT auto, front-wheel drive 2021 Toyota Yaris ZR Petrol 1.5-litre three-cylinder 88kW (120PS) and 145Nm CVT auto, front-wheel drive For more stats and test results simply head over to our performance data page: 🤍 If you're interested in buying a new car in Australia, we can help you. Our car buying team has saved buyers thousands of dollars. We do the haggling for you. Simply provide us with some details here so we can get started: 🤍
Toyota’s Yaris city car is much more refined, safer and laden with tech. But at what cost? The new Toyota Yaris has landed in Australian showrooms bearing the option of hybrid power for the first time, new safety, technology and equipment. Prices have risen considerably with the latest generation, so much so that you can no longer purchase a Yaris for under $20,000. Sam Charlwood drove the updated city car to see how it sizes up. Subscribe for the latest advice, reviews and comparison tests 👍 🤍 STAY UP TO DATE & CONNECT WITH US AT 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 carsales.com.au is Australia’s number one online automotive site. Attracting more buyers and sellers than anywhere else, carsales has over 200,000 new and used cars online. With handy tools and helpful advice, carsales helps Australians buy, sell and own a car with confidence. carsales – Australia’s #1 for cars 🚗 #carsaleschannel #ToyotaYaris #Yarishybrid
I know I said great car wrong price, but that's before I drove it! Now I am 100% SURE it is the wrong price. 2021 Toyota Yaris ZR Hybrid Review Toyota recently released the newest small car, the Yaris. “It drives great,” they said. “It is packed with features,” they said. “We are not going premium,” they said. The latter should have been a bit fat warning, because although the car is not premium, the prices certainly are. What we expected: We were promised a roomy city car that sipped fuel but did not compromise on space of performance. City cars are notoriously tight for fit, but they’re cheap so we don’t care. All was going well until management casually ejaculated, “the starting price is $22,130.” Say What! Sean Hanley, Toyota’s boss of all things complex, said that Yaris was just the ticket for someone starting out. He went on to say if buyers wanted to spend fewer shekels than $20k, they could get a certified Toyota 2nd hand car. Full Review: 🤍 with Alan from gaycarboys.com Yaris Launch Review: 🤍 Sexy Men Drive Yaris Cross - Review 🤍 Written Yaris Cross Review 🤍 Corolla Reviews: Hybrid Sedan REVIEW 🤍 ZR Hatch REVIEW 🤍 Corolla Launch Event REVIEW 🤍
All-new Yaris is shorter and lower than its predecessor with a longer wheelbase for maximum interior space and stability. ZR (upgrades or additions over SX) • 16-inch alloy wheels • Rear spoiler • Head-up display • Sports front seats • Blind-spot monitor • Intelligent clearance sonar with parking support brake • Paddle shifter (not on hybrid) • Embossed & Y-printed seat fabric • Piano black gear surround, front-door highlights • Red insert on dashboard, front doors ZR with two-tone paint • Four paint colours available with black roof • Two paint colours available with white roof A sporty exterior design comprises a prominent cascading grille, longer bonnet, sculpted door panels, dynamic character lines and a shorter rear overhang. There are 12 exterior colours, with ZR variants also available with two-tone paint. The interior offers an open, spacious and comfortable cabin with ample headroom, a wider centre console and an up-market ambience with high-quality seat fabrics. Ascent Sport has an all-black interior; SX gains silver highlights while ZR is distinguished by sporty red inserts. A safety-inspired "hands on the wheel, eyes on the road" concept results in intuitive placement of controls and a smaller-diameter steering wheel with fingertip switches. Linked driver information sources include a 7-inch touchscreen and a 4.2-inch multi-information display in the instrument cluster. SX and ZR speedo and tacho/hybrid meter dials are digital. ZR variants have a 10-inch colour head-up display. Complementing the Yaris GA-B platform are new 1.5-litre three-cylinder powertrains that develop more power than their four-cylinder predecessors, while using substantially less fuel and cutting emissions. The stand-out is Toyota's latest hybrid system that also generates higher power output while achieving the best fuel economy of any Toyota ever offered in Australia - at only3.3 litres/100km1 and just 76 grams/km2 of CO2. Advances in active and passive systems are designed to create the world's safest compact car with the new-generation Yaris retaining its Ascent Sport, SX and ZR equipment levels.ZR variants gain front and rear parking sensors3 and a parking support brake system3 that can warn the driver of objects around the vehicle and even apply the brakes if necessary. Top-of-the-line ZR gains 16-inch alloys; rear spoiler; head-up display; sports front seats; blind-spot monitor; intelligent clearance sonar; parking support brake system; and paddle shifter on the petrol variant. Get More Great Car Videos - Subscribe: 🤍
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Take a look at the New 2023 Toyota Yaris Hybrid GR Sport trim in this visual review. Thanks a lot to / Merci beaucoup à Toyota Besançon, HESS Automobile : 🤍 Price of the presented model : 26'400 € Timeline : 0:00 Exterior 1:50 Interior front seats 3:29 Interior rear seats 3:51 Instrument cluster & Infotainment 4:24 Boot & storage spaces Color : Scarlet Flare Bi-tone color Interior : Black half-leather upholstery with red contrast stitching Specifications : Hybrid system combines 1490 cc, 92DIN hp/68 kW three-cylinder petrol engine and 59 kW electric motor Total system power of 116 DIN hp/85 kW Maximum speed of 175 km/h 0-100 km/h in 9.7 seconds WLTP combined cycle fuel economy : 4.3 l/100 km Songs: Track: SkyHigh — Enine [Audio Library Release] Music provided by Audio Library Plus Watch: 🤍 Free Download / Stream: 🤍 Steps by Alex-Productions 🤍 Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: 🤍 Music promoted by Audio Library 🤍 #Yaris #YarisGR #YarisGRSport #YarisHybrid #ToyotaYaris #ToyotaYarisHybrid #ToyotaYaris2023 #2023ToyotaYaris
Tom reviews the updated-for-2023 Toyota Corolla hybrid hatch, including fuel economy, tech and interior, and driving dynamics. The Toyota Corolla competes with the Mazda 3, Hyundai i30, Kia Cerato, Volkswagen Golf and other small cars. One thing the Corolla does so well is deliver amazing fuel economy consistently. I got 3.8L/100km and it’ll take 91 octane which is quite cheap at the bowser. However, it’s quite expensive to buy at about $38K driveaway! Is the Corolla worth it? As always, we don’t accept advertising from car manufacturers, and we’re powered by Budget Direct - so this is an independent, honest review of the Toyota Corolla. Time codes: 0:00 - Intro 1:06 - Interior & Tech 3:30 - Back Seats 4:42 - Boot Space 5:55 - Running Costs 7:25 - Driving 10:37 - Verdict Subscribe now! 🤍 More Toyota content: 🤍 More Corolla content: 🤍 Chasing Cars on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Chasing Cars on Instagram: 🤍 Chasing Cars is Australia's most independent source of new car reviews, car industry news, comparisons and car guides. We give you a critical look at every new car you should consider!
This Toyota Yaris ZR Hybrid has been awarded the safest Australian ANCAP Safety Award.
Need help buying your next car? Click 🤍 and my team and I will help you choose your ideal car at a fair price - from Mat Watson! ............................................................. This is the new Toyota Yaris! Toyota’s cheap & cheerful entry-level car has had a full upgrade for 2020. Not only have both the exterior and interior had a refresh, but there are changes to be found under the bonnet too… The Yaris has gone 100% hybrid only! As a result, there’s only one engine to pick from, a 1.5-litre petrol that’s connected to an electric motor. Of course, going hybrid is no bad thing, and when the entry-level edition starts from under £20,000, the price isn’t too bad either! But does the Yaris have what it takes to compete with the all-new (and very stylish!) Peugeot 208? Or could it upset class-leaders like the Ford Fiesta or VW Polo? There’s only one way to find out… Kick back and join Mat for this all-new in-depth review! Chapters 00:00 Intro 01:19 Exterior Design 02:38 Interior Design 05:19 Interior Practicality 06:04 Back Seats 07:34 Boot 08:40 Engine 09:36 Five Annoying Features 11:30 Five Cool Features 13:00 Town Driving 14:28 Motorway Driving 15:53 Twisty Road Driving 16:39 Verdict ............................................................. Instagram – 🤍 Tiktok - 🤍 Facebook – 🤍 Twitter – 🤍 Awkward haggling is a thing of the past with carwow. Choose your perfect car with our configurator tool and let the country’s best dealers compete over you. Compare the five best offers by price, location and dealer ratings and choose the one that’s right for you – no hassle, no haggling, just a great deal. Oder auch in Deutschland Geld beim Autokauf sparen – 🤍 Visita nuestra página web para saber cuánto te puedes ahorrar en tu nuevo coche – 🤍
Toyota Yaris Hybrid 2021 Test Drive POV Review | Best In the Class. ✅ Check out our Online Shop : 🤍 🛑 Please SUBSCRIBE and activate the notification bell 🔔 : 🤍 - The all-new, fourth-generation Yaris is a car that meets the demands of urban life, but also provides enjoyment on the open road or highway. It has been designed to be agile on crowded and confined urban streets, reflected in its compact proportions and class-leading, tight turning circle, while at the same time providing a spacious, comfortable and high-quality interior with equipment specifications that meet all today’s customer priorities for connectivity and seamless access to information. The key to Toyota meeting its ambitions for the new Yaris is its first application of the Toyota New Global Architecture – TNGA – philosophy to a small car, introducing the modular GA-B platform that will underpin a series of new models. The GA-B platform is central to the Yaris’ improved dynamic performance, giving a lower centre of gravity and much greater body rigidity. It also enabled the designers to create a more distinctive and powerful-looking car with an appealing and individual identity. The new model uses the latest evolution of Toyota’s fourth-generation hybrid electric powertrain, giving the car better fuel economy, lower emissions and a greatly enhanced capability to operate on its electric power alone, at higher speeds and over longer distances. In fact, on urban journeys, new Yaris can operate for a significant amount of the time with zero emissions, just like a battery electric vehicle, but with no concerns about recharging. Reinforcing its reputation as a segment leader in safety, the Toyota Yaris again raises the standard. True to Toyota’s commitment to democratising safety, it benefits from a greater range of Toyota Safety Sense active systems as standard, including Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), such as Lane Trace Assist, Emergency Steering Assist and Intersection Turn Assistance. The functionality of the Pre-Collision System has been increased so that it can detect pedestrians by day and night and cyclists in daytime driving. New Yaris also offers segment-first Intersection Turn Assistance to recognise collision risks with oncoming traffic and pedestrians when making a turn at an intersection, and is the first Toyota to be equipped with centre airbags. These help prevent driver and passenger colliding with each other in a side impact. With these provisions and the benefit of significantly increased body rigidity from the GA-B platform, Toyota aims to make the new Yaris the world’s safest small car. The new Yaris returns to the “big small” concept that inspired the first-generation model but interpreting it anew in a “condensed and agile” look that expresses a sense of the car being full of energy and dynamism and always ready-to-go. Chief Engineer Yasunori Suezawa explained: “I wanted the styling to capture the stance of an athlete on the starting blocks. You can see this in the rear wings and the car’s new proportions wider, lower and more compact – giving the impression of condensed power.” While many B-segment models have been growing progressively longer, the new Yaris is actually shorter than the current model. But although overall length has decreased to less than four metres, the wheelbase has been extended by 50 mm, giving extra cabin space. The GA-B platform has allowed the overall height to come down by 40 mm, while an increase in the vehicle’s width by 50 mm and an extra 57 mm in the track add to the car’s overall low, wide and powerful stance. The front and rear overhangs have been reduced, too, with 10 mm taken from the front (800 mm) and 45 mm from the rear (580 mm), further accentuating the overall compact dimensions and giving a class-leading turning radius, ideal for negotiating urban streets and parking spaces. The new platform also gave the designers more freedom to produce an eye-catching, impactful design and emphasise Toyota’s individual design identity compared to its market competitors. The effect of the condensed proportions is amplified by strong character lines down the side of the car, projecting a sense of forward motion. The muscular front and rear wings add to the overall taut, coherent look and, together with the sculpted door panels, express the car’s agility and “ready-to-go” character. The frontal design is focused on the large grille and central Toyota emblem. The designers have added to the dynamic look by pulling the base of the A-pillar rearwards (which also improves the driver’s forward view) and increasing the bonnet length. The new light units feature LED technology and include turn indicators that alternate with the daytime running lights. #SDADan
Toyota Yaris Hybrid Specifications: ▪ Length/width/height/wheelbase – 3,940/1,695/1,505/2,550 mm ▪ Ground clearance – 150 mm ▪ Kerb weight – 1,000-1,050 kg ▪ Cargo volume – 270 litre ▪ Engine – 1.5-litre (1,490 cc), 3-cylinder in-line, petrol ▪ Max output – 67 kW (91 PS) at 5,500 rpm ▪ Max torque – 120 Nm at 3,800-4,800 rpm ▪ Electric motor max output – 59 kW (80 PS) ▪ Electric motor max torque – 141 Nm ▪ Max system output – 85 kW (116 PS) ▪ Transmission – Continuously variable, FWD ▪ Fuel consumption – 2.8/3.6/3.3 l/100km urban/extra-urban/combined ▪ Exterior colour – Electric Blue with Black roof ▪ Footage location – Sydney, Australia _ Video Timeline 0:00 – Driving 3:48 – Interior 8:16 – Engine 9:00 – Exterior
This week on the DoneDeal YouTube channel we're reviewing the new Toyota Yaris. In 2021 Toyota revamped it's ever so popular small hatchback, and they've done a fantastic job. The styling is gorgeous with some big wide arches, a lovely front grill and a very clean interior. In Ireland it's still possible to get a manual version of the Yaris with a small petrol engine and just over 70bhp. This is appealing for both first time drives and people who like the old fashion way of driving. Toyota have also got modern customers in mind, with plenty of tech, driving aids and an incredibly impressive Hybrid system. Yes, it's a CVT system, but it's phenomenally smooth. Last year the Yaris was the 3rd best selling car, and after spending a week in it, we completely understand the enthusiasm for it. Whether you go for a basic trim, or all out, the Yaris is still relatively affordable which is great, particularly if you consider buying it on a finance deal. We hope you enjoy our review, and thank you for watching.
Made of sporty, eco-friendly, smart, super safe, connected fun! All the sporty finishes of the Toyota Yaris ZR Hybrid 2020, like 16” alloy wheels, refined interior and LED headlights – PLUS, Toyota’s most efficient Hybrid engine yet, boasting an impressive 3.3L/100km fuel consumption. With top-of-the-line tech, style, and safety features, plus our most efficient Hybrid technology, Yaris ZR Hybrid makes driving even more fun. Engine and Transmission Engine 1.5 Litres Cylinders & Arrangement 3 Cylinders, In-Line, Dynamic Force, Double Overhead Cam Fuel Injection System Port Injection Fuel Type Petrol, 91 or Higher Fuel Tank Capacity 36 Litres Transmission Type Electronically-controlled Continuously Variable Transmission Drive Type Front Wheel Drive Maximum Power 67kW at 5500rpm Maximum Torque 120Nm at 3800-4800rpm Total System Output 85kW Get More Great Car Videos - Subscribe: 🤍
This is the all new 2022 Toyota Yaris ZR Hybtid Hatchback Excel Sports 3 Cylinder 1.5 Litre Engine. This car has so many safety aspects and it’s received the Australian 5 Star ANCAP rating. I chose the Eclectic Blue and Black Colour Tone as the black rooftop makes the car look very sporty.
Have you ever heard the saying you can’t get something for nothing? It could have been written about this all-new, fourth-generation Yaris. It’s bigger, far safer and more feature-filled than the ageing city car it replaces. It introduces hybrid powertrains for the first time, debuts safety systems never before seen in a city car, and rolls-out the long-awaited cabin technology that the last Yaris sorely missed. All of which is good news? The not so good news? You will be paying handsomely for all those changes. Yes, the new Yaris marks the end of the sub-$20k Toyota. And it ends it by some margin. So does the value proposition still stack up? Or are you better off taking the never-smaller step up to the bigger Corolla. Join us as we find out. Visit our Toyota Yaris hub: 🤍 See more at our Toyota hub: 🤍 Check out more family reviews: 🤍 CarsGuide - Go beyond the test drive Check us out: 🤍carsguide.com.au Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 See our Instagram: 🤍 We're on Google+: 🤍 #toyota #toyotayaris #2021toyotayaris #carsguide #smallcars #hatchback
The new Toyota Yaris ZR hybrid will set you back $32,100 before on roads. The Nissan Leaf which is fully electric kicks off at $49,990. While both cars are poles apart, it does beg the question. How much longer will the electrification of cars cost a mint? #NissanLeafReview #ToyotaYarisZR HybridReview #BowensGarageReviews
Read full article here: 🤍 Toyota dealt with quite the backlash when it launched its all-new Yaris in August and revealed massive price rises across the range, with most media scribes raising an eyebrow to the entry price jumping more than 40 per cent. We were eager to get into the car and to put the sticker price out of mind . . . but it was hard, especially in the range-topping ZR Hybrid, which asks for $32,100 plus on-road costs. Its not that Toyota has jacked prices for no reason, mind. Our bright blue review car with its contrasting black roof looked great and, while the interior isnt the final word in sophistication, it comes with a heap of gear in ZR guise: an excellent, detailed head-up display, blind-spot monitor, sports seats and pedals, piano black trim, red inserts and more. But the Yaris price hike is mainly due to the safety systems on board, most of which are included as standard across the range: a pre-collision safety system able to detect and avoid a crash with vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists day or night, braking to prevent turning in front of oncoming vehicles, a front-row centre airbag, speed sign recognition which will let you know if youre speeding, lane-keep assist and reverse camera. The ZR also gets front and rear parking sensors, which can hit the brakes to avoid contact. With ANCAP upping its criteria for a five-star rating this year, we can expect more new cars to be safer, but more expensive. Wed have less issue with it if the tech wasnt so intrusive; every time we started the car, we had to turn off the lane-keep assist and traffic sign recognition as we felt we were constantly wrestling with the car and got sick of being beeped at every time we went a smidge over the speed limit. But the Yaris is actually a pretty good drive. Its dimensions make it easy to park and chuck into corners, making us excited for the GR hot-hatch version coming soon. Toyota has had great success with its hybrids recently, and the Yaris powertrain
2021 Toyota Yaris Hybrid review: 🤍 Watch our latest video: 🤍 Sign up to Carbuyer’s FREE newsletter: 🤍 The Toyota Yaris Hybrid is well known for its reliability and low running costs. Now, the new model gets a sportier design, improved technology and is even cheaper to run thanks to an improved hybrid powertrain. But can it outclass rivals like the Renault Clio, Ford Fiesta and Honda Jazz? Carbuyer Editor Richard Ingram puts it to the test in our video review. SUBSCRIBE to Carbuyer for new videos every week: 🤍 Ford Fiesta review: 🤍 Renault Clio review: 🤍 Honda Jazz review: 🤍 Volkswagen Polo review: 🤍 Best small cars and superminis: 🤍 Carbuyer small cars video playlist: 🤍 Follow us: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Subscribe to Auto Express magazine: 🤍 Carbuyer makes car buying simple. We're the only automotive brand that's approved by the Plain English Campaign, delivering you clear, concise and easy to understand information about the things that really matter when you're choosing - and buying - your next car. 🤍 Every week, Carbuyer's YouTube channel brings you simple and entertaining reviews on every major make and model that's available for sale in the UK. Plus you'll find frequently-updated top 10 features and the occasional group test for good measure. If you want even more helpful information, head over to Carbuyer.co.uk where you'll find in-depth reviews of more than 500 cars, alongside the best buying advice and dozens of features helping you to narrow down your car buying shortlist.
This week on Buckle Up Harry takes a spin in the new Toyota Yaris Hybrid. Now the only available drivetrain the entry price to get into the small Japanese hatchback is higher than it's key rivals, but it makes up for it with a mature driving experience and list of standard equipment as long as your arm. Is this enough for it to beat out the opposition in the form of the Vauxhall Corsa, Ford Fiesta, Peugeot 208, Kia Rio, Hyundai i20, Citroen C3, Renault Clio, Nissan Micra, Volkswagen Polo, Mini Hatch, Audi A1, Honda Jazz, Alfa Romeo Mito, Skoda Fabia, Dacia Sandero, Fiat 500, MG 3, Suzuki Ignis, Mazda 2 and Seat Ibiza. - BUY OUR MERCH: 🤍 - Support what we do, and get some bonuses too! Patreon: 🤍 - Follow us on Social Media! Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Reddit: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 - Follow the lads on Twitter: Rob - 🤍 Harry - 🤍 Jasper - 🤍 - Follow the lads on Instagram Rob - 🤍 Harry - 🤍 Jasper - 🤍 - #BuckleUp #Automotive #Toyota - Buckle Up is a channel that is only interested in one thing – cars! We upload a myriad of different content including car review videos, car challenge videos, car news videos and much, much more! Our videos are made in a similar style to that of Top Gear, Fifth Gear, Car Throttle, Doug DeMuro, carwow, Carfection, The Grand Tour, MotorTrend and many more. We would all thoroughly recommend their channels, so why not go and check them out.
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New Toyota Yaris 2020/2021 is equipped with number of active safety systems as standard (Toyota Safety Sense). It is: Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian and Cyclist Detection (PCS), Road Sign Assist (RSA), Lane Departure Alert (LDA). Optional is: Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Blind Spot Monitor (BSM) and Rear Cross Traffic Alert with automatic braking (RCTA RCTB). Here you can see how they work in real-life conditions. Test.
New 2020 Toyota Yaris Hybrid - how to use Toyota Safety Sense System. List of reviewed assistants: Pre-Collision System, Lane Departure Alert, Adaptive High Beam System, Road Sign Assist and Adaptive Cruise Control.
Toyota has at last revealed the pricing and specification details for the all-all-new Yaris, and the news isn’t all good for price-conscious shoppers. So let’s get the tough stuff out of the way first: the new Yaris arrives in three trim levels - the Ascent Sport, SX and ZR - with the cheapest, manual-equipped vehicle costing $22,130, stretching to $32,100 for the most expensive, hybrid-powered ZR. That marks an entry-point increase of almost $7000, with the former model’s cheapest offering being the $15,390 Ascent Manual - a price increase of more than 40 per cent. Yes, it seems the sub-$20k new car is dead, at least at Toyota. Read the full story: 🤍 Visit our Toyota Yaris hub: 🤍 See more at our Toyota hub: 🤍 Check out more family reviews: 🤍 CarsGuide - Go beyond the test drive Check us out: 🤍carsguide.com.au Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 See our Instagram: 🤍 We're on Google+: 🤍 #toyota #toyotayaris #2021toyotayaris #carsguide #smallcars #hatchback
Read Full Story Here: 🤍 Click Here to Subscribe: 🤍 This is the top-specification 2021 Toyota Corolla ZR Hybrid hatchback. Yeah, it’s about as vanilla a car can get, but that’s part of the reason for its continued success. To understand why, let’s take an in-depth look at all things Corolla! 00:00 Introduction 00:25 Pricing and Spec 01:23 Design 01:45 Front Seats 03:43 Back Seats 04:05 Boot 04:27 Tech & Safety 05:00 On-Road 06:37 Summary #Toyota #ToyotaCorolla #ToyotaCorollaZRHybrid Welcome to a new Drive! Two iconic Australian brands, Drive and CarAdvice, have now been merged. Discover the latest and most authoritative automotive commentary, reviews, advice, car culture and comparisons, new car showrooms and valuable Drive Car of the Year content all now under one roof at Drive.com.au. Drive will showcase the best of the automotive industry, to help drivers discover, find, and own the cars that inspire and meet their needs. 🤍 🤍 🤍
ZR (upgrades or additions over SX) • 16-inch alloy wheels • Rear spoiler • Head-up display • Sports front seats • Blind-spot monitor • Intelligent clearance sonar with parking support brake • Paddle shifter (not on hybrid) • Embossed & Y-printed seat fabric • Piano black gear surround, front-door highlights • Red insert on dashboard, front doors ZR with two-tone paint • Four paint colours available with black roof • Two paint colours available with white roof Get More Great Car Videos - Subscribe: 🤍
Prueba completa del Toyota GR Yaris ZR 2020 en: 🤍 Toyota GR Yaris «Circuit Pack» Maniobra de esquiva Esta es la primera pasada que hicimos con el GR Yaris. No la completamos satisfactoriamente debido a que derribamos dos conos del segundo pasillo. La velocidad máxima a la que completamos el ejercicio correctamente fue de 80 kilómetros por hora. En este intento, el conductor mueve el volante con más suavidad que en el caso anterior. Se trata de una velocidad alta, aunque hemos conseguido unos valores similares con coches menos deportivos. Hay que destacar que el GR Yaris no pierde mucha velocidad durante la maniobra porque está hecho para ser rápido en curvas. En todas las pasadas que hicimos el balanceo de la carrocería fue mínimo y esta recupera su posición horizontal en un tiempo reducido ya que la suspensión es muy dura. El deslizamiento de las ruedas es pequeño porque dan una adherencia muy elevada. Eslalon En el ejercicio de Eslalon, el GR Yaris se mostró muy efectivo ya que era capaz de sortear los conos a una velocidad elevada. Este coche se muestra particularmente receptivo a los cambios de dirección que solicita con el volante y las ayudas electrónicas a la estabilidad intervienen aparentemente poco. #gryaris #esquiva77 #gryaris2021
See my full review of the 2020 Toyota Yaris Hybrid Design with the 1.5-litre 3-cylinder hybrid petrol engine. Prices start from just under £20,000 (around £21k for the car as tested including £600 for the metallic paint). Is this fourth generation Yaris the best-looking version yet? Have the sleeker and sportier looks affected its practicality? How is it to drive? Find out in my full video review. #BCGToyotaYaris Read my full review here 🤍 If you enjoyed this video sponsor my content at 🤍patreon.com/BrownCarGuy Big Thanks to Mohamed Ali Humaid (🤍 Partha Srinivasan (🤍) Tom Conway-Gordon (🤍 Isaac Bouchard (🤍) Reza Adil (🤍 Mohammed Qasim (🤍) Saraj Abbasi (🤍) Marc Waddell (🤍 Please subscribe to my channel for more videos like this - and make sure you hit the bell icon to switch on notifications. Please subscribe/follow 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 #BrownCarGuy #CarJournalist #CarBlogger #CarVideos #Automotive #Motoring #Cars #review #Carreview #testdrive #Roadtest #2020 #toyota #ToyotaYaris #Yaris #citycar #Hybrid
2015 Toyota Yaris ZR - Review In this video we review the 2015 Toyota Yaris ZR. The Yaris engine remains the same 1.5 litre petrol engine that produces 80Kw of power, and 142Nm of torque The refreshing new looks for the Yaris should help it compete against similar category cars like the Volkswagen Polo and Mazda i20. For more information and car review videos, visit: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍
Hi, everyone! This is «Auto POV Drive». Our channel is about POV driving, car driving from first person perspective. Such point of view test drives are called POV test drive or POV road test. In this video you'll see New Toyota YARIS! It’s compact hybrid model with 112HP. You will be able to check Toyota Yaris driver visibility and feel how city, highway and bumpy roads driving with Toyota Yaris goes. We hope our GoPRO POV Toyota Yaris video will give you more driving experience about this model as well as more information about Toyota Yaris Style Interior – exterior, front and back seats. Enjoy! Subscribe to our channel for more POV (point of view) test drives. 🤍 Model: Toyota Yaris Version: Style Manufacture year: 2020 Engine: Petrol/Hybrid 1.5 112HP/ 82kW Transmission: Automatic e-CVT Thanks for watching! #toyotayaris
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Toyota Yaris Specifications: ▪ Length/width/height/wheelbase – 3,940/1,695/1,505/2,550 mm ▪ Ground clearance – 150 mm ▪ Kerb weight manual (CVT) – 1,000-1,050 (1,025-1,075) kg ▪ Cargo volume – 270 litre ▪ Engine – 1.5-litre (1,490 cc), 3-cylinder in-line, petrol ▪ Max output – 88 kW (120 PS) at 6,600 rpm ▪ Max torque – 145 Nm at 4,800-5,200 rpm ▪ Transmission – 6-speed manual/Continuously variable (CVT); FWD ▪ Fuel consumption manual (CVT) – 7.0/4.5/5.4 (6.1/4.2/4.9) l/100km urban/extra-urban/combined ▪ Exterior colour – Bronx Bronze with Black roof ▪ Footage location – Sydney, Australia
Hello everyone! This is about the video car show of the 2020 Toyota Yaris ZR Hybrid (Australia RHD). It is showing you of style, exterior, interior, driving video that you will like it. Please subscribe to my channel for getting my latest video. Toyota Yaris Hybrid has 91PS with 1.5L I3-cylinder petrol, 120Nm of torque, and electric motor max output 80PS and electric motor max torque 141Nm, Max system output 116PS, with CVT, FWD, Fuel consumption 3.3 l/100km (combined), Length 3940 mm, Width 1695 mm, Height 1505 mm, Wheelbase 2550 mm, Ground clearance 150 mm, Kerb weight 1000-1050 kg, Cargo volume 270L. This is a vehicle auto show everyone. I’m posting the video of new vehicle to my channel for all of you to enjoy. I just so love on vehicles that's right I make my own combination video of the cars appearance and driving action. This video is just a combination of how the car driving look like. They look fantastic and very powerful car in the latest 2020 from the Toyota. I hope you will like it. Sources are gotten from the internet, Audio: “Eyes of Glory” #toyota#yaris#zr#hybrid#austaliarhd You can subscribe my channel from the link here: 🤍 Thanks for Your Watching.
Car: Toyota Yaris IV Hatchback 1.5 Hybrid 114 HP 2020 Comfort Engine: Hybrid Dynamic Force Displacement (cc): 1497 Power: 84 kW/114 hp Torque: 141 Nm Transmission: E-CVT 1 - speed automatic Drive Wheels: Front Acceleration (0–100 km/h): 9,7 s. Top Speed: 175 km/h Fuel Consumption Combined in l/100 km by Toyota: 3,8 - 4.3 Fuel Consumption Combined in l/100 km by Joe Black: 5,3 Fuel Tank Capacity: 44L Total Range: 1123 km Weight: 1565 Kg Cargo Space: 381 Liter Model: 2020 Base Price: 15.391 EUR Driver: Joe Black Video: GoPro Hero 9 Black Edit: Final cut Pro X 4K Subscribe: 🤍 Social Media: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Videos in first person (perspective - POV ) - no narration Thanks for watching, Joe #ToyotaYaris