2012 TOYOTA YARIS 3DR LB

Used Car - 2012 Toyota Yaris 3dr LB in South Pittsburg, Tn

Price
$7,998
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    About This 2012 Toyota Yaris 3dr LB
    Vehicle Location:
    South Pittsburg, Tn
    Year:
    2012
    Make:
    Toyota
    Model:
    Yaris
    Trim:
    3dr LB
    Price:
    $7,998 
    Condition:
    Used
    Mileage:
    53,735
    Engine:
    1.5L 4Cyl
    Transmission:
    4-Speed Automatic wi
    Stock Number:
    B8489AB
    VIN:

    Fuel Economy Estimates
    City MPG
    30
    Fuel Efficient Vehicle 30+ MPG
    Highway MPG
    38
    Combined MPG: 34 - Efficient 30+ MPG
    Estimated Monthly Fuel Cost: $69.49*
    *Based on $1.89 per gallon and 15k miles per year.
    Actual costs may vary.
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    Front Side Air Bag, Power Outlet, Tires - Rear All-Season, Tires - Front All-Season, Wheel Covers, Power Steering, Front Seatbelt Pretensioners w/Force Limiters, Front/rear energy-absorbing crumple zones, Brake Assist, Digital Clock, Color-keyed door handles, UV protection green tint front side & rear glass, Paint Protection Film, P175/65HR15 all-season tires, Electric pwr-assist rack & pinion steering, Independent MacPherson strut front suspension, 15 x 5 steel wheels w/covers, Alloy Wheels, Power Door Locks, Power Mirrors, Steering Wheel Audio Controls, CD Player, Security System, Clock, Knee Air Bag, Front Head Air Bag, Rear Head Air Bag, Floor Mats, Remote Keyless Entry, Trip Odometer, Tilt Steering Wheel, Cruise Control, Warranty, Tire Pressure Monitor, Front/rear side curtain airbags, Side-Impact Door Beams, Smart stop technology, Cargo storage cover, Cargo Mat, Passenger seatback pocket, Front/rear assist grips, Rear window defroster -inc: timer, Remote fuel door release, Door scuff plates, Roof-mounted antenna, Multi-reflector halogen headlamps, Front Wheel Drive, Tire pressure monitor system, Energy-absorbing collapsible steering column, Steel Wheels, Intermittent Wipers, Rear Defrost, Driver Vanity Mirror, Passenger Vanity Mirror, MP3 Player, Air Conditioning, AM/FM Radio, Digital Dash, Console, Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel, Telescoping Steering Wheel, Cloth Seats, 5 Passenger Seating, Power Windows, ABS, Temporary Spare Tire, Front Disc/Rear Drum Brakes, Gasoline Fuel, Whiplash-lessening front seats, Front seat-mounted side airbags, Driver knee airbag, Trunk lamp, 12V aux pwr outlet, (4) front/(2) rear cupholders, Air conditioning -inc: air filter, Pwr Door Locks, Chrome rear license plate garnish, Rear Window Wiper, Intermittent front wiper, Compact Spare Tire, Front vented disc brakes & rear drum brakes, Front Stabilizer Bar, Torsion Beam Rear Suspension

    Located at Moss Motor Company in South Pittsburg, Tn.  Call Moss Motor Company today at 423-837-7114 for more information about this vehicle.
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    2012 Toyota Yaris Review

    This car review is specific to this model, not the actual vehicle for sale.
    2012 Toyota Yaris
    Redesigned, with more cargo space, better cornering.

     

    Introduction
    The Toyota Yaris has been completely redesigned for 2012. Wheelbase has grown by 2 inches and overall length by 2.9 inches, with the roofline dropped by 0.6 inches and tire size increased.

     

    Longer and lower, the all-new 2012 Yaris looks sportier and more aggressive; it brings a solid 0.29 coefficient of drag, helping slip Toyota's subcompact to an EPA-estimated 30/38 City/Highway miles per gallon when equipped with the 5-speed manual transmission.

     

    Even better for some, cargo volume has been increased a whopping 68 percent in the 5-door, with more headroom and passenger space.

     

    The Yaris has nine standard airbags, counting four for airbag curtains, as Toyota does. The front seats are as sporty and comfortable as any we've found in that class, and feature Toyota's Advanced Whiplash Injury-Lessening (WIL) design, supporting the upper body from head to lower back. Like all new cars nowadays, the new body uses an impact-absorbing structure with high-strength steel to better distribute collision forces.

     

    The wheelbase is 98.8 inches, a fraction longer than the Ford Fiesta, Honda Civic and Mazda 2, but a fraction shorter than the Chevy Sonic; however its length is inches less than those cars. The Yaris is called a five-seater, but don't count on it.

     

    The 2012 Toyota Yaris comes as a 3-door or 5-door Liftback. A sedan version is not available. After decades, it seems the eminently practical hatchback/liftback body style is starting to prevail over the smoother looking but less functional compact sedan.

     

    Yaris comes in three trims: L, LE, and SE (5-door only). The Yaris L and sport-tuned Yaris SE come standard with a tight 5-speed gearbox, while a new 4-speed automatic transmission is optional; Yaris LE only comes with the new automatic, which is compact, lightweight, and lower friction.

     

    Standard equipment in all models has been increased, and options are reduced to make buying simpler. Considering equipment, compared to last year's prices, there's no increase in the base L models and a small increase in the LE and SE models.

     

    The Yaris uses a famously strong 1.5-liter, 16-valve, four-cylinder DOHC engine with variable valve timing with intelligence (VVT-i), producing 106 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 103 pound-feet of torque in a broad curve peaking at 4200 rpm.

     

    It has electric power steering, resulting in good road feel without losing easy low-speed turning. Suspension changes in the 2012 Yaris include re-tuned front MacPherson struts and rear torsion beam, for a better ride and tighter corning; this is an improvement we could feel, and applaud. The front stabilizer bar has been increased to 24.2 mm (0.95 in.), and tire sizes increase to 15 inches on the Yaris L and LE models, 16 inches on the Yaris SE, our test model.

     

    The Yaris SE is the hot rod, with quicker steering, more expressive styling and a sportier interior. Its front disc brakes are larger, and it's fitted with alloy wheels and wider profile P195/50/R16 tires.

     

    Standard safety equipment includes frontal dual-stage airbags, front-seat mounted side airbags, driver's knee airbag, and roll-sensing airbag curtains front and rear. Yaris features Toyota's Star Safety System, including stability control, traction control, ABS with EBD, and Brake Assist. Standard equipment includes Smart Stop Technology, Toyota's system that defaults to the brakes when both brake and gas pedal are pushed. Also standard is Toyota Care, covering scheduled maintenance and 24-hour roadside assistance for two years or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first.

     

    Lineup
    The 2012 Toyota Yaris comes in 3-Door and 5-Door versions, all of them using the 1.5-liter engine with a choice of 4-speed automatic or 5-speed manual, all with front-wheel drive.

     

    Yaris L ($14,115) comes as a 3-door Liftback with a standard 5-speed manual transmission, or with the 4-speed automatic ($14,480). Yaris L 5-door Liftback comes only with the automatic ($15,140).

     

    All Yaris models come well equipped, with cloth upholstery, air conditioning, power door locks, six cup and bottle holders, AM/FM/CD player with MP3 and WMA playback, USB and auxiliary ports, cargo storage cover, electric power steering, ventilated front disc brakes, cold weather package, halogen headlights, intermittent wipers, and 15-inch steel wheels. Power windows and cruise control are not standard.

     

    Yaris LE 3-door ($15,480) and Yaris LE 5-door ($15,960) come standard with the automatic transmission, adding power windows, power mirrors, remote keyless entry, steering wheel audio controls, and audio system with HD radio, six speakers and Bluetooth music streaming technology. Cruise control is optional.

     

    Yaris SE 5-door comes with the 5-speed gearbox ($16,300) or 4-speed automatic ($17,100). Yaris SE features a sport-tuned suspension, quicker steering ratio, bigger front disc brakes, rear disc brakes, and P195/50R16 tires and alloy wheels. It adds smoke-trim multi-reflector halogen headlamps, integrated fog lamps, color-keyed grille with sport mesh insert, front and rear underbody spoilers, rear spoiler and diffuser, and chrome-tipped exhaust. Inside, there are sport seats and sporty instrumentation, with analog speedometer and tachometer, and digital display. A leather-trimmed three-spoke tilting steering wheel includes audio controls and standard cruise control. The driver's seat adjusts six ways and passenger seat four ways.

     

    Walkaround
    The new 2012 Yaris actually looks a little bit hot. It's longer, lower and wider, which might begin to change the Yaris image. Especially the SE, which has wider tires, alloy wheels, spoilers and diffusers, and body-colored touches.

     

    Its new aggressive stance comes from a bold nose and head-on view, with wide headlamps having integrated turn signals. The side profile shows a steep beltline and curving shoulders that flow to the rear.

     

    The Yaris now comes in eight colors, including Super White, Classic Silver Metallic, Magnetic Gray Metallic, Black Sand Pearl, Absolutely Red, Lagoon Blue Mica, Wave Line Pearl and Blazing Blue Pearl. The car's lines are now cool enough that in black or gray metallic, it actually looks powerful, in a subcompact sort of way.

     

    Interior
    We love the sport seats in the Yaris SE. The new high-quality fabric is rugged and the fit is all-around excellent. The bolstering is always there for you, without grabbing you. The seats are wider than before, but you don't slide around in them. They're designed to reduce fatigue, and although we didn't take any long trips in our Yaris, we can't imagine backaches being a problem. The Yaris chassis and ride feel solid, and we think the seats have a lot to do with this. But it would feel solid anyhow.

     

    There's decent room in the rear for a subcompact, with 33.3 inches of legroom. The rear bench seat in the L model folds flat with one knob, while the LE and SE models have a 60/40 split folding rear seat. You can fit a relatively huge amount of stuff in the Yaris now, with cargo volume increased by 64 percent in the 3-door and 68 percent in the 5-door. The cargo space behind the seat has been lengthened by 5.7 inches and widened by 2.1 inches; capacity with the seat up is 15.3 cubic feet on the 3-door and 15.6 cubic feet on the 5-door.

     

    The interior offers a high level of detail with upgraded materials and a more sporty design. The dashboard is pleasing, and Toyota has moved the speedometer to in front of the driver where it belongs; the previous Yaris located the speedo in the center of the dashboard, so the structure could be used in right-hand-drive cars, to reduce cost.

     

    There's a nice, small tachometer to the left of the speedo, which has good clear numbers with a digital window showing time, temp, odo, twin trip meters, clock, fuel mileage, and average speed. The instrument lighting glows red and cool at night. The shift knob and thick steering wheel grip feel good in the dark. It's a new three-spoke, with a flat bottom to stay out of the way of a driver's knees when climbing in and out.

     

    Cabin conveniences are especially important in a subcompact, and the Yaris has good ones. Climate control knobs are as simple and easy as they come. It's got a roomy glovebox, six cup and bottle holders, door pockets, and cubbies near the shift lever, although no center console between the seats, where the emergency brake lever is located. There's good legroom in front, 40.6 inches.

     

    But we wonder what happened to Toyota's thinking, with the radio/sound system. For teenagers only. The buttons are too small to push, and some of the icons are too small to even see, and our eyes are fine. The interface is confusing, a dial with four arrows, no idea what they're for, just a big knob you push and turn that does something different each time. Music mode or talk mode appears, that's all it does. Spin and nothing happens. We found it frustrating. What's more, the reception was lousy. Twenty miles outside the city limits, and we couldn't get the biggest FM station in Portland.

     

    Back to the upside. Great, safe, high beams with the standard Halogen headlamps. A terrific one-arm windshield wiper that sprays fluid directly onto the path of the blade.

     

    Finally, one of the most important things: the Yaris is quiet inside. The engine isn't buzzy, and there's tons of new sound insulation. The doors close with a healthy thunk.

     

    Driving Impression
    We got a chance to drive the Yaris in the snow, and it performed well. Better traction than we expected up a steep slippery street, and down that same street, the anti-lock brakes delivered security.

     

    Actually, secure might be the best single word to describe the overall feeling. The Toyota Yaris feels way solid. It's not big on the outside, but its roominess on the inside contributes to the solid feeling. It's not as quick and sporty feeling as the lightweight Mazda2 or the Ford Fiesta, and it doesn't have the exciting jackrabbit throttle response of the Mazda; but the Yaris handling is lively enough, while feeling a bit more substantial.

     

    The ride is solid, too: comfortably firm, not comfortably soft. Yaris is wonderfully smooth on the freeway at 75 miles per hour, but begins to feel its size when the bumps and patches come along. It might be a challenge on city streets with a lot of potholes, but what subcompact isn't; and besides, with the small nimble Yaris, you can more easily dodge them.

     

    The 1.5-liter, 16-valve, four-cylinder DOHC engine with variable valve timing with intelligence (VVT-i) produces 106 hp at 6000 rpm and 103 lb-ft of torque in a broad curve peaking at 4200 rpm. It gets an EPA-estimated 30/38 mpg.

     

    As for power, no worries we say. The Toyota 1.5-liter engine has come a long way, baby. We found ourselves pushing 80 on an uphill freeway, foot on the floor and the engine loving it. Its 106 horsepower is enough, and the 103 pound-feet of torque is available over a broad range peaking at 4200 rpm.

     

    Uphill at 80 it was hungry for more, not straining. Eighty miles per hour equals 3400 rpm, and at that speed you can't hear the motor. You hear the tires, but hardly even any wind noise. Toyota as done an excellent job with the Yaris's aerodynamics and sound insulation. The coefficient of drag is a superb 0.29.

     

    We also loved the 5-speed gearbox. It shifted quick and tight. Unfortunately we didn't get a chance to test the new 4-speed automatic, and we have to wonder if 4 speeds is enough.

     

    If this is what small cars have become, we're in great shape.


     

    Summary
    Toyota hits a homer with the redesigned Yaris. Lively and secure cornering, smooth ride, great seats, terrific interior (except for the radio), tight manual transmission, and lively high-tech engine that delivers 30/38 mpg.

     

    Sam Moses filed this NewCarTestDrive.com report after his test drive of the Yaris in the Columbia River Gorge.

     

    Model Lineup
    Toyota Yaris 3-Door Liftback L ($14,115); Yaris 5-Door Liftback L ($15,140); Yaris 3-Door Liftback LE ($15,480); Yaris 5-Door Liftback LE ($15,960); Yaris 5-Door Liftback SE ($16,300).

     

    Assembled In
    Japan.

     

    Options As Tested
    carpeted floor mats, cargo mats ($180).

     

    Model Tested
    Toyota Yaris 5-Door Liftback SE ($16,300).The Toyota Yaris combines a well-tailored, roomy interior with agile performance and a fuel efficient engine in an entry-level car. The front-wheel drive Yaris is available as a hatchback (three-door or five-door) or a four-door sedan. The subcompact Yaris is powered by a 106 horsepower 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine, which is mated to either a five-speed manual transmission, or a four-speed automatic. The hatchback is available in three trim levels, L, LE and SE, the sedan comes as one base level trim. Safety features in the hatchback include anti-lock brakes with electronic brake-force distribution and brake assist, electronic stability and traction control, whiplash lessening front seats, tire pressure monitoring, front seatbelt pretensioners and nine-airbags, including a driver's knee bag and driver/front passenger seat-cushion airbags. For 2012, The Yaris hatchback has been completely redesigned, while the sedan carries on as a fleet-only vehicle.


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