2012 Toyota Yaris Further Details Announced for the UK
The TR grade – core model in the new Yaris range – offers buyers features such as Toyota Touch touchscreen controls, 15-inch alloy wheels, Bluetooth, USB port, Rear-view camera (a first-in-segment for standard equipment), Air conditioning, Leather trim details, Toyota Touch and Go sat-nav and connected services upgrade – free for first six months of new Yaris sales, thereafter an extra-cost option (£500), and seven airbags and vehicle stability control.
Also, the entry point to the TR grade, the three-door 1.0-litre VVT-i model, costs £214 a month on an Access Toyota personal contract purchase (PCP) plan. It requires just an extra £10 a month to upgrade to the 1.33-litre VVT-I SR model, which comes with 16-inch smoked chrome alloys and trim, rear privacy glass, part-leather upholstery, sports suspension and rear privacy glass.
The top-of-the range T Spirit, with panoramic glass roof, automatic headlights and wipers, Smart Entry and Start and dual-zone climate control, adds no more than £18 to the SR monthly PCP price.
Toyota also brags that figures from CAP monitor for new Yaris estimate that, according to grade, it will hold between 39 and 42 percent of its original value after three years or 30,000 miles, an improvement of between five and seven per cent on the previous generation.