That entry price makes the Yaris four-door hatchback more expensive than almost all its competitors: the 2012 Chevrolet Sonic ($14,635), 2011 Honda Fit ($15,100) and 2012 Hyundai Accent ($14,595). Only the 2012 Ford Fiesta costs more ($15,500).
Toyota says that price increase includes $1,000 worth of new standard equipment compared with the outgoing model. Toyota says that extra standard equipment includes many of the features that come with the 2011 Yaris’ Convenience Package, such as a split-folding rear seat, CD player and larger windshield washer fluid tank.
The two-door body style only comes in base L trim with either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission, a $725 option. The four-door hatchback comes in L, LE and a sporty SE trim. The SE trim has an “enhanced tuned” suspension, Toyota says.
The next-generation Toyota Yaris goes into production at the end of this month. Complete trim, powertrain and gas mileage details will be announced closer the vehicle’s launch.
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2012 Toyota Yaris pricing
- Two-door Yaris L (manual transmission): $14,115
- Two-door Yaris L (automatic transmission): $14,840
- Two-door Yaris LE (auto): $15,625
- Four-door Yaris L (auto): $15,140
- Four-door Yaris LE (auto): $16,100
- Four-door Yaris SE (manual): $16,400
- Four-door Yaris SE (auto): $17,200