A sedan doesn’t need to be big to be useful. Subcompacts will always have a place, whether it’s for budget-conscious customers, smaller drivers, or just people who like the performance of the tight wheelbase. The 2020 Toyota Yaris continues the subcompact tradition in the new decade. With three trim levels and a standard array of common color options, the Yaris doesn’t mess around with trying to be something it isn’t. The Yaris gets people around town or on long trips and will likely stay on the road for years and years to come if well cared for.
But if you need to know more about what Toyota decided to put into the 2020 Toyota Yaris before signing for one, continue reading this page. This page is dedicated to showing off the main highlights of the 2020 Toyota Yaris, from the engine to the tech to the options you may want to add. The chart that follows is designed to show a lot of the available highlights so you can get informed as to what the 2020 Toyota Yaris is and make your own decision.
|Engine & Performance||Safety & Comfort||Entertainment & Convenience|
|1.5L Inline 4-Cylinder Engine||Pre-Collision Safety System||6-Speaker Sound System|
|106 Horsepower||Traction Control||USB and Auxiliary Audio Input|
|103 lb-ft of Torque||LED Headlamp||Climate Control|
|23 City/40 Highway/35 Combined MPG||Front Fog/Driving Lights||Keyless Ignition|
Again, the figures above refer to available features. Of the three trim levels on the sedan version of the Toyota Yaris, only the XLE trim gets the best of everything. Still, the lowest trim level remains one of the most popular trims simply because it is so inexpensive compared to most vehicles.