We thought it was dead, but apparently it's not dead. 2020 Toyota Yaris hatchback returns, mainly as the hatch version of the Yaris sedan based on the Mazda 2. It still has 106 horsepower, but now comes with some more standard features and restyled bodywork.
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In the press release of the new Yaris tailgate, Toyota describes its appearance as a "bulldog-like attitude" with a very pouty front grille which has multiple chin levels, which was a choice with a "cab backward" design.
Toyota also believes that the new Yaris hatch will "raise your standards", offer standard 16-inch alloy wheels, power adjustable mirrors with built-in LEDs and warm winters heating, body colored door handles, smart key entry, push button start, a security camera, fog lights and Toyota even included a first aid kit for you, all standard.
Inside you also get a standard 7-inch infotainment touch screen, six full speakers, you are spoiled brats, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, aux and USB ports, and a sporty steering wheel with button controls, and get it, You can both tilt and telescope its adjustment. You have not felt genuine comfort and right if you have not taken the wheel in your body, instead of your body to the wheel.
If you get mad at the XLE trim, you get automatic climate control, automatic LED headlights, rain sensor wipes and leather seat seats, parking switch, shift handle and gear selector.
Hatchback will apparently only be available with a six-speed automatic initially, unfortunately with a 1.5-liter 106-horsepower four-cylinder. You also get a Sport Mode setting for the rip-roaring combustion fanatics on the front wheel drive.