Sleek and stylish, the Toyota Yaris supermini can be relied upon to meet all your motoring needs. Having undergone a significant redesign, the latest iteration is ideal for those needing a capable city runaround, something suitable for the daily commute, and even a vehicle that can accommodate a growing family. With such versatility, it’s no surprise that the Toyota Yaris has been one of the manufacturer’s most popular vehicles over the years.

Embracing dynamic design, the newest edition of the Toyota Yaris works hard to stand out from the crowd. Thanks to bold, colourful paintwork, LED daytime running lights, and contemporary design flourishes, as well as a number of alloy wheel options, you can tailor your Yaris to suit you. Not only that, but with various trim levels - Active, Icon, Icon Tech, Y20, GR Sport, and Excel - all increasing the level of sophistication on offer, choosing a new Yaris will never disappoint.

A well-equipped and modern cabin further adds to the model’s appeal, with soft-touch, premium materials working alongside innovative technology to create an environment that is tailored for enjoyment. A seven-inch colour touchscreen, for example, acts as the hub of infotainment activity in all but the Active edition, with the Toyota Touch 2 multimedia system and smartphone connectivity keeping you entertained throughout your travels. 

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The new Yaris is also a vehicle that delivers in terms of performance. Thanks to a lineup of three petrol engines and one innovative hybrid edition, you can get behind the wheel of a model that is both responsive and responsible to drive. The 1.0-litre petrol, for example, is capable of achieving up to 85mpg meaning more time on the road between visits to the pumps.

You can get behind the wheel of the new Toyota Yaris today by taking a test drive at Bentleys Toyota in Warrington.

New Design More dynamic to look at and drive
Automatic High Beam Detects the lights of oncoming vehicles and traffic ahead
Confidence Under Pressure Comes with Toyota Safety Sense as standard