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$14,898 4,998 mi.

2019 Toyota Yaris Sedan L

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  • Ext. Color: Silver
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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Niello Volkswagen
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(916) 426-5060
3.2 (24 reviews)
13 mi. from 95763
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TIGUAN
by Sharmain Henderson from Sacramento, CA
November 5, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 3.2 (24 reviews)
Great Customer Service! I really felt like the staff was there to help me get out of my situation not sell me for their benefit ( I was upside down making payments on my Chevy Cruz) UNTIL I went to Niello. I left the lot that day VERY excited with me brand new Tiguan. It runs great! very clean facility, awesome staff, fast service, very helpful. Definitely no complaints at all.
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Most Reliable Car i haves owned.
by DaejahSin from Macon,Georgia
April 24, 2019
5
This car meet all my needs. it is smaller and size and has a lot of truck space. Also the gas mileage on the car is great. Especially for me because I drive a lot in one week.
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$15,995 2,516 mi.

2019 Toyota Yaris Sedan LE

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  • Ext. Color: Gray
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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M & S Auto
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(916) 265-4144
3.8 (45 reviews)
14 mi. from 95763
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Great Customer Service
by Annetta from Sacramento, Ca
November 6, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 3.8 (45 reviews)
Great customer service! Mike was extremely helpful and others were as well but I just did not see the car I was looking for today.
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I love my new 2019 Yaris!!
by Happy Yaris Owner from Parkville, Maryland
April 17, 2019
5
My new Yaris is a cute and sporty sedan. It has a smooth ride and it's fun to drive!!! I've read that it's pretty reliable as well. I wasn't looking to buy a Yaris but the test drive and the cost wheeled me in 😊 Although I've only had it for 2 weeks, I think I made a great choice. I've also been told it's inexpensive to maintain. Yay YARIS!!
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Used
$15,995 14,526 mi.

2019 Toyota Yaris Sedan L

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  • Ext. Color: Silver
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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M & S Auto
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(916) 265-4144
3.8 (45 reviews)
14 mi. from 95763
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Very nice people
by Melissa from Grass Valley, Ca
November 5, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 3.8 (45 reviews)
I did not end up buying a car here but I did contact them and schedule a test drive. They are not local so I was going to make the drive to see one of their trucks. They were prompt and helpful in returning my call and scheduling an appointment. When a truck showed up closer to home I cancelled the test drive and they were not pushy and very kind about me cancelling. The entire experience was very low pressure and no hassle
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Great Car !
by Bekah28 from Spfld MA
March 29, 2019
5
Love my new Yaris ! Unbelievably great amonunt if mileage you get with this car ! Very sleek and modern looking too. The only thing to be cautious about is it doesn’t take off very fast.
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2019 Toyota Yaris Sedan L

  • Ext. Color: Gray
  • Int. Color: Other
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: FWD
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Roseville Toyota
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(916) 604-4637
4.6 (3296 reviews)
7 mi. from 95763
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Got a decent deal
by Teacher lady from DealerRater.com
December 3, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.6 (3296 reviews)
I went through Consumer Reports online option so that I could complete as much of my car search and negotiations at arm???s length. Having all the info in writing allows me to think logically, choose exactly what I need, and compare prices, values, and features. I get anxious heebee-geebees having to go up against a salesperson and decide about anything on the spot. When that happens, i always end up feeling that I???ve been bamboozled. Mostly the Consumer Reports ???True Car??? approach worked, with just a few hitches. The first big hitch is that when you sign up, you have to provide both a phone number and an email address. There is no way on the signup to indicate one???s preference for contact, or whether there is a problem with any form of contact. (For example, I???m a teacher, and it is absolutely not OK to call me during the school day, which almost all of them did.) So, within three minutes of clicking yes for quotes, my phone started ringing and dozens of emails began pouring in, sometimes from multiple agents at the same dealership. And since Consumer Reports sends the request to three different dealers, the bombardment is from three different dealerships. It???s awful. But once I reached the callers and told them to STOP CALLING and reach me only by email, the calls slowed down. The second hitch is that once my butt was in the chair for the paperwork, they came at me with unexpected offers of all kinds of extended this and that policies, special protective treatments for the paint (I kept remembering the ???True Coat??? scene in the movie ???Fargo,??? and felt a mixture of irritation and amusement. Classic car-dealership sleaze moves.) If I had known this crap was coming, I would have refused to sit down with the paperwork guys until this information had been given to me in writing so that I could go home and read it, research it, and make a cool, dispassionate, logical decision. I ended up being talked into a $3,200 service/protection plan (???only $50 a month for five years, and you get eight years of coverage!!!), and ended up angry with them and myself. Went back a few days later to deliver my final check after receiving my outside financing, and told the finance guy how annoyed I was with that add-on. He was a bit defensive at first, but then switched tactics: of course I could decline the add-on, but I???d have to wait to have it refunded by Toyota finance. WHAT? I didn???t even take Toyota finance! No luck getting him to understand how offensive it was to have them move ahead with Toyota finance when we had an agreement that I was not taking Toyota finance, and had seven days to secure my own. Whatever. I was going to have to wait for refund of the $3,200. Then they guy came at it again; I could get this policy for $1,000 less (???our employee and family discount price???)! He talked me into that. I think ??? think, not believe totally ??? that the protection plan is reasonably helpful, given all the sophisticated electronics in my vehicle. But I???m still walking around with deep resentment of the process. In the end, I got a good car with the features I wanted, at an OK price, explained well by the internet salesmen with whom I worked. I was treated respectfully, which is important to me as a woman buying on my own. But next time I???ll work hard to head off the last-minute crud at the end, and demand to have all that info in writing before I even poke my head into the office of the bookkeeping/finance guys.
Consumer Review
Reliable at a sacrifice of comfort
by YarisLover from Elkhart, IN
March 12, 2019
4
I had a 2007 Yaris for over 10 years and loved it so I decided that I would get another Yaris for my new vehicle. The first thing I've really noticed now that I have had the car for a few weeks is that it is not as comfortable or as spacious on the inside as my previous Yaris. My 2007 was a hatchback and maybe that helped to give more inside leg room. Not sure but this one definitely is not as spacious and my knees hit the sides of console in this car. I can tell that this will be a car that I will not be taking on long trips just due to the comfortability issue. The display in the center of the car looks and feels cheap. It looks like they just placed a tablet up there. The issue though is that the touch screen is very rough and not always responsive to the touch which means I have to use the awkwardly placed center controls to navigate. Outside of that, the car runs great. It's slower to get up to speed than my old Yaris but maybe I just haven't broken this one in yet. I'm sure it will be reliable and I got a 10 year warranty with mine so I should have no worries. For the price, it's all good though. There just aren't many new vehicles that you can get for under 20k right now.
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