Is 2010 Toyota Yaris a good car?
If you need a small hatchback or sedan for navigating city streets, the 2010 Toyota Yaris is worth a look. It comes with a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that isn’t very fast, but reviewers said it does fine in city traffic. Plus, the Yaris has good fuel economy ratings of up to 29/36 mpg city/highway.
How long will a 2010 Toyota Yaris last?
The Toyota Yaris can last roughly up to 300,000 miles. Based on an annual average of 15,000 miles, you can drive your Toyota Yaris for up to 20 years. Even if you drive above-average, you can still get 15 years from your Yaris vehicle.
What is a 2010 Yaris worth?
Used 2010 Toyota Yaris Pricing The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for a base Toyota Yaris three-door Liftback with manual transmission starts just under $13,500, while the Sedan starts just over $14,000. A fully loaded Sedan tops out close to $18,500.
Is the old Toyota Yaris a good car?
The Toyota Yaris is arguably the finest car of its generation. Winner of the 2000 European Car of the Year award, it manages to combine frankly amazing packaging with sparkling driveability and pert good looks.
What are the changes to the Toyota Yaris for 2010?
For 2010, Toyota ups the ante just slightly, by including stability and traction control on all Yaris models. Other changes include the elimination of the S trim level for a simpler buying process, and the availability of a manual transmission on five-door hatchback models.
What kind of engine does a Toyota Yaris have?
The front-wheel-drive 2010 Toyota Yaris is powered by a 1.5-liter inline-4 engine with an output of 106 hp and 103 pound-feet of torque. A five-speed manual transmission is standard, with a four-speed automatic available as an option.
Is the Toyota Yaris a good economy car?
The 2010 Toyota Yaris’ dependability and wide variety of body styles give it broad appeal, but it falls short of being our top economy-car choice. As far as economy cars go, the expectations are admittedly quite low.