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In fuel-crunching times, it s obvious things are tough all over. every automaker offers a in the subcompact niche, but few promise excitement beyond a slow-moving gas Toyota promises that its new five-door hatch will a little much-needed zest to the of econocars.

The 2009 Toyota lineup gains a 4-door body style. This is smallest car. It’s as a 2- or 4-door hatchback or 4-door each in Base and S trims. The powertrain is a 106-hp 1.5-liter engine. It teams with a manual or 4-speed automatic

Available safety features ABS, curtain side and front side airbags. are available with a split-folding seat that reclines and fore and aft. Other include remote keyless and power windows, locks, and


Lower and fuel consumption with performance from new Toyota Drive powertrains


New Dual VVT-i engine automatic Stop Start giving best-in-class fuel 55.4mpg (combined)

Emissions now for entire Yaris range

‘s best-selling model re-engineered for 2009 with new and rear styling details for dynamic appearance

Toyota Drive applied to all versions to emissions, improve engine and cut ownership costs

New six-speed and MultiMode transmissions

New grade T 2. TR, SR and T Spirit

On sale now, from £8,585 on the road

Too motorists are expected to make in performance or comfort for the sake of considerations. Toyota doesn’t that needs to be the case and the launch of its 2009 Yaris that lower emissions and consumption can be delivered without

No model in the new 2009 Toyota range emits more 120g/km of carbon dioxide, to the successful adoption of Toyota Drive across the entire At the same time, Yaris is bit as well-specified, comfortable, reliable and as before.

Money-conscious motorists will be by Yaris’s value compared to its key Adjusting on-the-road prices in with equipment specifications, offers a significant saving. the 1.33 SR five-door model as an it represents a price advantage in terms of up to more than against its market rivals, as the below shows.

Toyota Drive

Toyota Optimal introduced at last year’s motor show, covers a of technologies that promote powertrain efficiency. In line Toyota ‘s guiding of kaizen continuous improvement have improved combustion reduced engine and transmission and reduced friction to produce that deliver more and are fun to drive, yet at the same time are efficient and economical.

The 2009 features a range of new and revised that benefit fully the technical advances delivered by Optimal Drive. The line-up a new 1.33-litre Dual VVT-i unit with a Stop system and improved versions of the 1.0-litre VVT-i three-cylinder unit and the 1.4-litre D-4D A new six-speed manual transmission debuts in Yaris.

Matched to the VVT-i and 1.4 D-4D engines, it is lighter and more efficient the five-speed gearbox it replaces.

New Dual VVT-i Engine

CO 2 from 119g/km

55.4mpg cycle fuel consumption

VVT-i valve timing

Start system standard manual transmission

Toyota 1.33-litre petrol engine is new to the range, having made its in Auris and new iQ at the end of last year. It state-of-the-art Dual VVT-i valve timing intelligent), 100bhp (101 DIN hp) and has the highest ratio of any petrol engine on the at 11.5:1.

The in-line four-cylinder produces 132Nm of torque at and returns 55.4mpg in combined driving, with both manual and MultiMode transmissions.

Toyota Optimal Drive gives the engine superior and fuel consumption performance to the previous 1.3-litre unit, CO 2 output by 22g/km and improving cycle mpg from 47.1 to (both figures for manual with Stop Start). The is also smaller and lighter, but greater torque.

Advanced engineering was applied the development of the new engine, with of the intake channel, and smoothing of and rounding off of all angles and edges the block to improve airflow and turbulence.

Using a resin head and intake manifold has substantial weight savings and a highly rigid aluminium case is connected to the transaxle which improves the rigidity of the in the powertrain and reduces friction and levels.

Further changes benefit all-round performance a new camshaft profile, reduced and weight in the valve gear, and a hydraulic lash adjuster.

Start Technology

A new Stop system is featured as standard on the Dual VVT-i engine six-speed manual transmission. automatically stops the engine the gear shift is moved to and the clutch pedal is released; the restarts as soon as the clutch is again.

Immediate restarting is possible by a permanently engaged mechanism and there is no hesitation in a stop and start sequence the does not have to stop before firing into again. The system reduces consumption and CO 2 emissions, and operates and silently.

Leading B-segment on performance and cost of ownership

The of the 1.3 Dual VVT-i engine Stop Start gives a strong competitive edge in the delivering performance and emissions its key competitors simply cannot This advantage extends on-going ownership cost

While the new engine’s emissions and consumption are better than 1.2-litre units, power and are also superior to other power plants.

In performance the Yaris 1.33 delivers 35 per more power than the Clio 1.2 and about 25 per cent than the 1.2 engines in Ford’s new and the Vauxhall Corsa and the 1.4 unit in the Polo. At the same time, combined cycle fuel is 12 per cent lower than the rival, the new Fiesta 1.25.

Within the B-segment the Yaris Dual VVT-i is also the model in its class to fall band B for Vehicle Excise giving an annual road licence bill for 2008/9 of £35.

In the longer term the benefits quickly accrue. on the basis of 12,000 miles a year, with fuel at an 99.9p per litre, owners can around £600 to £960 a three-year period in fuel and tax costs compared to leading models, as the table overleaf

Fuel costs calculated at per litre over 12,000 driven per annum; VED costs on current charges for 2008/09, and 2010/11. Competitor data from official manufacturer web All data correct at January

Award-winning 1.0 VVT-i petrol

CO 2 emissions 118g/km

Fuel 56.5mpg (combined)

Toyota three-cylinder VVT-i petrol has twice been a category in the sub-1.0-litre category of the International of the Year Awards and enters with even better consumption and emissions performance. engineers have worked on the to deliver the following improvements:

A new cut-off system to save during gear changes

to the Electronic Fuel Injection management

Use of low viscosity oil for less resistance

Adoption of an exhaust gas system and cylinder block jacket spacer to increase

One of the lightest engines on the market it delivers class-leading specific and torque, with 68bhp (69 DIN hp) at and 93Nm at 3,600rpm.

TR versions of the Yaris ride on low rolling tyres, further contributing to fuel consumption and CO 2 figures. the measures achieve a reduction in CO 2 of to 10 per cent compared to the previous

Upgraded 1.4 D-4D Diesel

CO 2 emissions 109g/km (manual)

cycle fuel consumption (manual)

The 1.4 D-4D diesel features latest-generation common technology and an intercooled turbocharger. has been increased slightly to (90 DIN hp) and maximum torque is greater by at 205Nm, produced between and 2,800rpm, giving more power at lower engine

Official combined cycle consumption is substantially improved, cut 62.8 to 68.9mpg with transmission, 67.3 with the (M/M) gearbox. Likewise have been reduced, from 119 to a class-leading 109g/km with M/M).

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New Six-speed and MultiMode Transmissions

As part of the Optimal Drive technology to the new 2009 Yaris. A six-speed has been developed for the 1.33 VVT-i and 1.4 D-4D 90 engines. new unit deliverS world-class and improved fuel economy, to a wider ratio for sixth

Driving performance is also And shift feel is better, a new shift structure that is and gives a smooth feel to operation.

A six-speed version of Toyota ‘s electrically (robotised) manual transmission has been developed and introduced in It uses two electric motors and an operated clutch to provide automatic or sequential gear using three operating M for sequential shifts; E for automatic and Es for quicker automatic gear

The system has been tuned to sportier performance than with a reduced clutch time and the addition of paddle on the steering wheel. With of an interruption in the driveline during shifts, the shift-shock effect has been reduced.

Evolutionary Design

Styling changes for the Yaris are evolutionary, designed to the car’s dynamic and sophisticated


The bonnet and bumper are closely integrated, and protection have been incorporated. the bumper design has increased the overall length by 35mm.

The grille has a new rippled mesh that radiates out from the Toyota badge. The larger spoiler, spats and changes to the design contribute to the car’s smooth aerodynamics.

The front headlamps have re-sculpted for a more hi-tech while at the rear the bumper and LED combination lamps have refreshed.


Changes to the include a new black finish for the console, with titanium finish around the centre gearshift and steering wheel The steering wheel cover silver stitching, and TR, SR and T Spirit feature a chrome finish for the vent bezels and parking release knob.


The Yaris grade structure has revised with two new focus TR and SR, plus the established T 2 and T Spirit levels.

T 2

The entry point to the the T 2 grade typifies Yaris’s specifications, with standard including a leather trimmed wheel with tilt and adjustment and audio controls, front windows, remote locking, rear seats slide and recline function and split-fold, Toyota Easy one-touch rear seat system, audio system Aux-in connection and MP3/WMA playing capability, driver and front and side airbags and ABS Electronic Brakeforce Distribution and Brake Assist (BA).

TR models are expected to account for 68 per cent of all new Yaris sales, a strong combination of equipment with a competitive price. the key features are air conditioning, electric mirrors, a special TR interior design with chrome six-speaker audio system, knee airbag and curtain and body-coloured door mirrors and

SR trim adds a sporty dimension to Yaris, introducing alloy wheels, front fog rear privacy glass, headlight covers, sports grille design, amber-lit speedometer and tachometer, leather sports steering wheel and interior trim design.


T Spirit is at the pinnacle of the Yaris equipped with 15-inch front fog lights, automatic air Bluetooth, Smart Entry and system and an exclusive interior design.

European Production

Yaris to be built at Toyota ‘s factory in France. The plant operations in 2001 and now exports to 25 countries across Europe. capacity was recently increased to a 270,000 units a year.

built its one millionth Yaris in 2006 and to date has attracted of around €897 million. 3,850 people work at the

Valenciennes was the first Toyota outside Japan to adopt the Body Line, a configuration of that can be programmed to build a of different vehicle styles, the entire factory having to be

Although only a single is built there, it is produced in derivatives: left and right-hand with petrol or diesel Each version requires parts and production steps. The of the Global Body Line can be harnessed to build completely models on the same assembly at the same time.


Toyota Motor Manufacturing (TMMF) has achieved a three-year target to recover and recycle 100 per of the waste products from and housekeeping processes. Having zero waste to landfill the site opened in 2001, and a 50 per reduction in the amount of waste the company has now gone even by sending no waste for incineration.

a Yaris produces 9.5kg of more than 4kg of which is recyclable (cardboard, metal, oil etc). The remaining 5.5kg are as substitute fuel, for example in of oil, in industrial processes.

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