Not everyone needs a big car. Some want small cars. For those people, the Toyota Yaris is ready and waiting. Available in both hatchback and sedan configurations, the 2020 Toyota Yaris is a subcompact that aims to please budget buyers, college students, and commuters.
The 2020 model year of the Toyota Yaris includes lots of technology features that were not included in previous model years without raising the starting MSRP too much. This research page will only refer to the sedan version of the Yaris, but you can view a page dedicated to the Yaris Hatchback here. The chart below is meant to give you a basic overview of the most important available features and some specifications for the vehicle’s mechanical design.
|1.5L Inline 4-Cylinder Engine||Two USB Ports||Low-Speed Pre-Collision System|
|6-Speed Manual or 6-Speed Automatic Transmission||Bluetooth® Connectivity||Rain-Sensing Windshield Wipers|
|Front-Wheel Drive||Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay® Connectivity||Front Fog Lights|
|106 Maximum Horsepower||SiriusXM® Satellite Radio Free Trial||LED Headlamp with Dusk-Sensing|
The 2020 Toyota Yaris is one of the smallest Toyota vehicles ever made. It’s clear from the outside that the Yaris uses its limited space well and is made with an exterior design to compliment its shape and size. Inside, however, the Yaris delivers some of the best technology you can get standard without driving up the price too high.
This car is great for anyone who wants to save money and doesn’t find themselves cramped in sub-compact vehicles. Students going off to college will find the fuel efficiency and good city handling in their favor. The Yaris may also work well as a backup car for situations when drivers in a household may occasionally need a vehicle while others are taken.