The 2011 Toyota Yaris Sedan and Liftback models combined  European-influenced design with stellar fuel economy and a large array of safety features.
The 2011 Toyota Yaris line includes three distinct models: a four-door sedan, three-door Liftback and a five-door Liftback. Yaris remains the smart choice for consumers looking for outstanding value, safety features and fuel economy in the entry subcompact category.
In every Yaris model, a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine equipped with variable valve timing with intelligence produces 106 horsepower and 103 lb.-ft. of torque.
The Yaris interior provides roominess that belies its exterior dimensions. The comfortable cabin provides rear seating for three with headrests in all seating positions. The Liftback’s rear seatback folds down to expand cargo capacity from 9.3 cubic feet to 25.7 cubic feet.
Yaris is designed for convenience, providing easy-to-reach audio and climate controls, an array of storage spaces including a center console with built-in storage, and cupholders in the front and rear. The instrument cluster is center-mounted and high on the dash to enhance forward visibility.
Generous standard convenience features on Yaris Liftback and Sedan models include air conditioning; tilt steering wheel; rear window defogger; tachometer on manual transmission models; digital clock; a map light; intermittent windshield wipers with mist control; and dual sun visors with vanity mirrors. The Liftback models also receive sun visor extensions.
Base model estimated mpg: 29/36
Estimated starting price: $12,855
Compiled by Motor Matters

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