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Among the innovations of the new Toyota Yaris is the Touch & Go system. It helps users easily locate restaurants or even the nearest empty parking space—the sort of innovation you would expect from far more expensive models. Toyota has mainstreamed the technology, so that it’s in the more refined 2012 Yaris.
 
Among the innovations of the new Toyota Yaris is the Touch & Go system. It helps users easily locate restaurants or even the nearest empty parking space—the sort of innovation you would expect from far more expensive models. Toyota has mainstreamed the technology, so that it’s in the more refined 2012 Yaris.

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Toyota Vitz (KSP130/NSP130/NCP130). 2010 to date (prod. unknown). 5-door sedan. F/F, F/A, 998 cm³ (3 cyl. DOHC), 1329, 1496 cm³ (4 cyl. DOHC). Third-generation Vitz, launched in December 2010. Stop–start 1·3 the most innovative on launch, saving fuel to the tune of 26·5 km/l (75 mpg [Imperial]). Production first with UV-reducing glass in the front-door glass, reducing 99 per cent of UV light. Topped with RS model, equipped with 1·5, though FWD only; 4WD available for lesser models. CVT option across range. Larger and more athletic exterior, with Cd dropping to 0,285, appearing less international and more Japanese than its predecessor; more interior room.


Manufacturing location: Japan

Marque: Toyota | Model: Toyota Vitz | Predecessor: Toyota Vitz (P90)


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Among the innovations of the new Toyota Yaris is the Touch & Go system. It helps users easily locate restaurants or even the nearest empty parking space—the sort of innovation you would expect from far more expensive models. Toyota has mainstreamed the technology, so that it’s in the more refined 2012 Yaris.





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