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?

With many subcompact cars on the market today, you may be wondering what the new Yaris offers. Toyota introduced the Yaris as a subcompact hatchback in 1999, and it now offers a sedan version of the Yaris. Both of these vehicles have similar exterior characteristics and are similar in terms of trims, performance and more. The last major overhaul to these vehicles occurred a few years ago, but the 2019 model features a new grille design, some performance updates, and a few additional minor changes.

2019 Toyota Yaris Interior

Which Features are Available for 2019?

This subcompact car is available in your choice of three trims across the Yaris hatchback and sedan styles for 2019. These are the L, LE, and XLE from lowest to highest. Throughout the interior and exterior, you will notice that they all have modern design elements and quality materials.

Some of the many standard features or options that may be in your new Toyota include wireless connectivity, power door locks, an MP3 player, remote trunk access, a day-night rearview mirror, USB ports, cup holders, satellite radio, powered side view mirrors, turn signals integrated into the side mirrors, fog lights, 15-inch wheels, one-touch power windows, a 7-inch color display screen, multiple driving modes, a push-button ignition, an integrated backup camera, manual or powered front seats, cloth or leatherette interior available in several colors, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, mounted controls for cruise control and sound and other features.

2019 Toyota Yaris Powertrain Options

2019 Toyota Yaris Exterior FrontThe Yaris has a small stance on the road. However, it offers superior performance with surprising power that you will love. All three trims are equipped with a 4-cylinder, 1.5-liter gas powertrain with dual variable valve timing and direct fuel injection. It offers 106 horsepower. The L and LE trims mate this powertrain with a 6-speed manual transmission, and the XLE has an automatic transmission. Several additional features in the Yaris impact performance and these include front disc brakes, front-wheel drive, 4-wheel ABS, unibody construction, a rear torsion beam and front MacPherson strut suspension system, stabilization bars, rack-and-pinion electric power steering, rear drum brakes, and several other quality mechanical features. We can tell you about these and other features during your Yaris test drive soon.

Packed with Safety Features

2019 Toyota Yaris Exterior RearAs you prepare to select a new subcompact car to take home, safety and security may be factors that are at the front of your mind. Toyota has taken considerable steps to keep drivers and passengers in the Yaris as safe as possible by equipping all three available trims with similar equipment as standard features. Your 2019 Yaris or will come with 3-point seatbelts with emergency automatic locking retractors, a first aid kit, a low-speed collision system, multiple front and side airbags, curtain airbags, a brake override system, electronic brakeforce distribution, a tire pressure monitor, brake assist, child safety tethers and anchors in the back row and more. With these and other features in your new Yaris, you can see that this may be the subcompact car that you have been searching for.

Visit our Toyota dealership and you can compare the hatchback and sedan styles and learn about the trim differences and take a test drive with assistance from our sales professionals.

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