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It could have been written about this all-new, fourth-generation Yaris. 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. 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. An even tougher pill to swallow? Anyway, let's unpack. Inside, you'll find fabric seats, manual air-con, a USB charge point and a 12v power outlet. On the tech front, you'll find a 7. The 7. SX Hybrid variant pictured. But it's on the safety front where the tiny Yaris really shines, with the brand boldly declaring it the world's safest city car.

But we'll circle back to that under the Safety sub-heading. The new hybrid system includes a pure EV driving mode, but Toyota is thus far unable to confirm now many electric-only kilometres it will deliver. That extra spend also buys you navigation with live traffic, auto air-con, keyless entry and push-button start, a digital speedo, tachometer and hybrid use gauge, as well as a leather-accented wheel and better cabin materials. Outside, you get inch alloys, LED headlights, privacy glass and silver exterior design elements.

For that, you get optional two-tone paint, as well as inch alloy wheelsand a rear spoiler. Inside, you get sport seats up front, paddle shifters for the non-hybrid model, and nicer interior design elements like piano black inserts and Y for Yaris embossed seats. You also get a head-up display, blind-spot monitoring and an intelligent parking system. Short answer? I like it. The Yaris wears a shrunken version of Toyota's design language, a little like a Corolla's been shrunk in the wash.

Like with any car, the more you spend, the better it looks, and the little Yaris looks its sharpest in top-spec ZR guise, with its inch alloys and two-tone paint job the black roof looks especially sharp against the electric blue paint job. Step inside, and you're met with a quality-feeling interior, if one that lacks some creature comforts and soft-touch materials when you consider the price point. There is no shortage of hard plastics, and even the material that lines the doors in the top-spec models feels paper thin.

The view from the front seats especially is light-years ahead of the car it replaces, with the 7. The back, however, is fare more austere, where you'll find seats and The new Yaris measures mm in length, mm in width and mm in height, and rides on a mm, making it a bigger car than the vehicle it replaces.

It will also serve up some litres VDA of luggage space with the rear seats in place. The extra room is a boon for rear passengers. I put the backseat to the test sitting behind my own cm-tall driving position, and I had more than enough knee and headroom to make me feel comfortable. Then for the ultimate test, I put CarsGuide's tallest scribe and NBA star in another life Richard Berry in the window seat alongside me, and we decided we could both travel in genuine comfort.

Rear passengers have more than enough knee and headroom. ZR Hybrid variant pictured. There are ISOFX attachment points in each window seat in the back, and cupholders up front, but the backseat does lack cupholders, a pulldown seat divider, air vents or climate controls, USB ports or power outlets - there's not much of anything back there.

Front seat riders get a pair of cupholders, a single USB port and power outlet, and a deep, phone-sized storage bin in front of the gear shift. The Yaris is offered with a 1. The hybrid system adds a lithium-ion battery and an electric motor for a combined power output of 85kW Toyota hasn't confirmed the torque figurewhich suggests its running a de-tuned version of the 1.

The perks of a hybrid powertrain reveal themselves here, with the electrified Yaris reporting a claimed 3. Petrol-powered cars CVT make 4. Largely because the vehicle that appears to make the most sense from behind the wheel, also makes the least sense in a lot of ways, too. The Yaris remains a fun, perky little city car. While the petrol vehicle can feel a little thrashy and loud in the cabin under hard acceleration, the hybrid - which, given its combined power output is actually lower than that of the petrol-only vehicle, must be using a de-tuned version of the 1.

All of which makes perfect sense. Hell, you can just about buy a hybrid RAV4. All the things the hybrid models do well are performed a little less impressively in the petrol-powered cars. The petrol-powered Yaris can feel a little thrashy and loud. Ascent Sport variant pictured.

The engine is a little louder and a little courser, and the ride a little more jumpy - the latter of which is a bigger complaint amongst my CarsGuide colleagues than it was for me, but I do like the feeling of being truly connected to the road below me, and am willing to make some comfort sacrifices as a result.

It's got to a high score here, given the Yaris debuts safety systems not seen in cars this size, or this price bracket. That story begins with eight airbags - including two front centre airbags, the only car in this segment to get them - and the usual suite of braking and traction aids. Then the tech steps up, with Toyota's pre-collision safety system, which has AEB with pedestrian and cyclist detection, as well as active cruise controlintersection turn assistance, lane trace assist with active steering, road-sign recognition and a reversing camera.

That's on all models too, with the top-spec ZR adding a head-up display, blind-spot monitoring and an intelligent parking system. The Yaris is covered by a five-year, unlimited-kilometre warrantywith the hybrid battery covered for 10 years. Servicing is required every 12 months or 15,kms, with Toyota capping the price of each service for the first four years. Very good in some areas, great in others, and with its serious safety credentials, the Yaris deserves to be a big seller for Toyota.

But whether it's new pricing will get in the way of those ambitions remains the biggest question mark. The continued success of VW's Polo proves there's a semi-premium niche to fill in the city-car segment. But is it worth the extra spend? The new-generation Corolla Sedan has arrived and this time it could be better than its hatchback sibling.

Over four generations, the Rio has well and truly cemented its place when it comes to small cars in Australia. But does the updated and reloaded car for still deserve that place? Sorry, there are no cars that match your search. The all-new Yaris is back to win over another generation of first-time car buyers.

The Yaris has long been synonymous with first-time car buyers, packing the best of Toyota into the tiniest of packages. And this new one is no different, with the brand's latest safety features, in-cabin technology and hybrid know-how all present and accounted for.

The only question, then, is can those first-time buyers still afford it? What we like Plenty of exterior style in a tiny package Safety stuff on point New cabin tech a major bonus. What we don't The price raises eyebrows Interior treatment doesn't feel particularly plush Petrol-only models can feel a little thrashy.

Andrew Chesterton. Toyota Yaris ZR Safety rating. The Ascent Sport wears inch steel wheels. Ascent Sport variant pictured The SX swaps the inch steel wheels for alloys. The Yaris wears a shrunken version of Toyota's design language. ZR petrol variant pictured. The view from the front seats especially is light-years ahead of the car it replaces. Ascent Sport variant pictured Step inside, and you're met with a quality-feeling interior.

Boot space is rated litres VDA. SX Hybrid variant pictured The Yaris features folding rear seats. Similar Cars Toyota Corolla. The Ascent-Sport comes with a 1. Ascent Sport variant pictured The hybrid system adds a lithium-ion battery and an electric motor for a combined power output of 85kW.

ZR Hybrid variant pcitured. Stay up to date with the cars guide weekly newsletter. Petrol vehicles are fitted with a litre fuel tank, while hybrid cars make do with 36 litres. SX Hybrid variant pictured While the petrol vehicle can feel a little thrashy and loud in the cabin under hard acceleration, the hybrid - which, given its combined power output is actually lower than that of the petrol-only vehicle, must be using a de-tuned version of the 1.

ZR Hybrid variant pictured All of which makes perfect sense. Ascent Sport variant pictured The engine is a little louder and a little courser, and the ride a little more jumpy - the latter of which is a bigger complaint amongst my CarsGuide colleagues than it was for me, but I do like the feeling of being truly connected to the road below me, and am willing to make some comfort sacrifices as a result. Pricing guides Lowest Price. Range and Specs Have you considered? Toyota Yaris cars for sale.

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