2008 Toyota Yaris

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After making its debut for 2007, the 2008 Toyota Yaris receives a direct type tire-pressure-monitoring system and a parking brake unlock reminder system. A Sport Grade package features front and rear spoilers, amber optitron meter, tachometer, ...
After making its debut for 2007, the 2008 Toyota Yaris receives a direct type tire-pressure-monitoring system and a parking brake unlock reminder system. A Sport Grade package features front and rear spoilers, amber optitron meter, tachometer, sport seat fabric, leather steering wheel and shift knob and S badging.
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Quick Facts
  • Engine: 106 horsepower
  • Seating: 5 passengers
  • Driving Range: 322 - 400 miles
  • Drive: Front-Wheel Drive
  • Cargo Capacity: 9.3 - 13.7 cu. ft.
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2008 Toyota Yaris
The Yaris comes with a 5 year, 60,000-mile power train warranty.

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  • Styling9.4
  • Performance8.9
  • Interior8.9
  • Quality9.5
  • Recommendation9.5
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  • Styling10
  • Performance9.0
  • Interior9.0
  • Quality10
  • Recommendation10
Great little car! Best decision I could have made! by James from Indy on 03/02/2010. Trim: 2008 Toyota Yaris Liftback 5-Spd MT, Owned 2 years.
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Pros: It's stylish, yet inexpensive, has really great pickup (with the manual transmission), and handles really well. Incredibly fun to drive, for a gas sipper. Gets great gas mileage, even if you drive it quickly. Small car is easy to park and maneuver in city traffic. The interior room is amazing for such a small car, with a full back seat for adult sized people. Reliable, and easy to upgrade and work on yourself if you desire.
Cons: Some people might not like the plastic and cloth interior or the centrally located gauges. The non-height-adjustable seats might not be the most comfortable for some. No tachometer for the manual transmission on the liftback. A little more horsepower for the engine and a little less height on the suspension from the factory would be appreciated.
Overall review: The rather cheap interior gets the same plastic and cloth most inexpensive cars of this class gets, so if you are expecting a classy leather interior, you need to spend more money on a car. The centrally located gauges took all of about 10 minutes to get used to, and now I like them, because the steering wheel never blocks my view, no matter what position the wheel is in. I'm a pretty big guy but have no issues with the seats or room inside the car. The lack of a tachometer the one thing I do miss in this car, but that can be fixed with an aftermarket part. I originally checked out the Yaris because I was looking for a cheap hatchback, with good gas mileage and good reliability, but I quickly fell in love with its looks. My research then showed a budding subcompact car tuner community, and thousands of devoted Yaris fans, so I bought it. Truly an amazing car for the price. I enjoy myself every time I drive it. It's a great car, and the best car I could have bought for the money.
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