Toyota Yaris manuals

Toyota Yaris manuals, service manuals, repair manuals, user guides and other information

Toyota Yaris manuals

Everything you need to know about your Toyota Yaris is all right here. On our site you can view or download Owners Manuals, Repair and Service Manuals for all generations of Toyota Yaris. Looking for an inexpensive, entry-level new car at a Toyota dealership? In years past, you would've likely walked right by the Yaris' oddly proportioned predecessor, the Echo, and opted to shop for one of its worthy subcompact competitors. Thankfully, the Toyota Yaris is a better vehicle in just about every way. Toyota offers the subcompact Yaris as either a two- or four-door hatchback. There is no sedan version. Base L and uplevel LE trims are offered in either body style, while a sporty SE trim is offered only on the four-door. Standard highlights on the L include power door locks, air-conditioning, four-way-adjustable front seats, Bluetooth phone and audio streaming, a CD player, USB/iPod connectivity and satellite radio.

Manuals for all generetions of Toyota Yaris car

Third generation (XP130; 2010present) For North America, the XP130 series was released in the fourth quarter of 2011 as a 2012 model under the Toyota Yaris name. Offered in both three- and five-door hatchback styles, Toyota Yaris offers only the 1.5-liter engine with a five-speed manual or optional four-speed automatic transmission. The 2012 model year North American Yaris three- and five-door hatchbacks are available in the base L (CE in Canada), mid-range LE and sport-tuned SE trim levels.
Second generation (XP90; 20052010) Toyota redesigned the Yaris in early 2005, going on sale in Japan that February. The Toyota Belta sedan, shares underpinnings with the Yaris. However, while the Vitz was designed at Toyota's European ED design studios, the Belta was designed at their Japanese design studios. While the outgoing Vitz hatchback and Platz sedan look and feel virtually alike, the redesigned Vitz and Belta are more subtly related. The two cars share a frame and the drivetrain components however the sheet metal is different.
First generation (XP10; 19982005) The first generation XP10 series Toyota Yaris, designed by Sotiris Kovos at Toyota's ED2 studio in Europe. Production began in late 1998, with a Japanese on-sale date of January 1999; European sales commenced two months later as the "Toyota Yaris". When introduced to Australasia in October 1999, the "Toyota Echo" name was used, as was the case in Canada when released there in 2003. The "Echo" and "Yaris" names were also given to the export version of the related Japanese market Toyota Platz sedan.