Launched Yaris dual-tone yesterday for the V (O) trims.
Toyota Yaris reshuffled range pricing as well, with cuts ranging from Rs 7,000 – Rs 12,000.
- J and G variants get J (O) and G (O) trim levels at lower prices due to fewer airbags.
Alloy wheels now standard across the range.
The Toyota Yaris range got a refresh yesterday with the introduction of the range-topping dual-tone variants available in the V (O) trim but the rest of the range has got a reshuffle as well, with price cuts, added/different features, and two other variant additions besides the dual tone options.
The Yaris range now starts off with a J (option) trim level. Alloy wheels are standard across the range, with the dual-tone variants getting diamond-cut alloys. Other features that are standard now are driver and co-driver seat belt reminders, rear parking sensors, and a speed alert system. Both the J and G variants now get a lower-priced J (O) and G (O) trim level placed slightly below them respectively, but the only difference is the presence of three airbags as opposed to the seven that are usually present in the Yaris. The G variant doesn’t get an audio system at all, while the V trim now gets a 7-inch touchscreen as standard equipment, which wasn’t the case before. However, it does not have a number of features that the touchscreen in the VX trim has. The G and V trims have got a price cut of Rs 12,000 and Rs 7,000 respectively.
A full list of the new Yaris variants and pricing is given below.
Price in lakhs INR, ex-showroom, MT
Price in lakhs INR, ex-showroom, CVT
All variants continue to be powered by the 1.5-litre four-cylinder petrol motor with variable valve timing that generates 105bhp and 140Nm. Gearbox options across the range consist of a six-speed manual or a seven-step CVT automatic.