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Toyota Yaris

Toyota Yaris Questions & Answers

XP90.I, XP90.II, NCP130R / NCP131R, XP10
4.3 from 171 reviews

24 questions from our users

Brian m

Brian masked

NCP130R / NCP131R YR

Thinking of purchasing 2014 with 115076 ks what is the opion on this

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Sarah J.
Sarah J.

I'm not sure Bout later models. That's a few kms on it. Depends how much it is. Mine is 2018 and it's been very good so far I'm at 10,000kms and have had no issues


oldfaller

oldfallerasked

2006 yarris tail lights do not turn on... fuse is ok

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Julies
Julies

I don't work for Toyota so have no idea about that one. Hopefully someone can help you.


Paul k

Paul kasked

my 2015 yaris had the right side door mirror broken off ever since the abs/ trac control lights are on all the time have checked all fuses

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Julies
Julies

You would have to check with Toyota as I don't have any idea about these things.

Paul k
Paul k

Ok thanks


Saruna

Sarunaasked

I bought 2014 Toyota Yaris Hatchback. When i bought it the bluetooth devices are full but unable to remove it and as the devices are full, i am unable to connect mine with its system. Should i reset it?

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StevenL
StevenL

You should be able to delete any or all previous connections. I am not driving the Yaris as I have passed it to my son but it was pretty easy to delete when I fiddled with the display, Just play with the buttons on the display and you’ll soon discover the delete button.


Sar

Sarasked

Is it possible the New yaris Zr 2018 hatch brand new car without fenders shield line for rear wheel so how the outside of the car body will be protected from the dirty road or salt if there is no fenders line?

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InaM

InaMasked

Yaris XP90.I

Hi I have a 08 Toyota Yaris RS 6 speed manual sometimes when I take off in 1st gear it makes a banging sound took it to a mechanic and he could not find a problem does anyone have any ideas?

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RDD

RDDasked

Yaris NCP130R / NCP131R

Purchased a new Yaris 2015 Hatch Ascent . Clocked in at 19,000 kms. My car failed as it was struggling to move when changing gears. Roadside assistance detected the car was running on 3 cylinders and should be on 4. Why????
The car has to be towed back to Toyota for further investigation.

The car at times fails to start. Why is this?

So disappointed and annoyed.

This is a new car and I think it's a bloody lemon.

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Nelson Tan
Nelson Tan

Unfortunately there's a lemon every now and then, even with luxury cars... It's just one of the few cases where it got past their quality control checks.

den
den

Hi mate.. I am not a mechanic so that I can tell you what exactly is happening to your car, however, you can ask for a replacement car from Toyota dealer for going to work for free . I guess, you still have warranty left...good luck n hope you will get your car back soon.. cheers

chuck48
chuck48

Unable to answer the mechanical questions - a pity as Toyota are usually very reliable. Have noted that sometimes motor does not kick with key ON. Place foot on brake and make sure auto is properly in park. Then good to go . The Yaris is definitely not a power plant.
PS how come a new car with 2015?


Shelley H

Shelley Hasked

What is the market value for 2010 toyoto yaris?

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chuck48
chuck48

Depends on series (eg Y --) and badge ( eg Ascent).
Also auto. vs manual and Km's but in good nick $8 - 10K.
You can check Carsales also or if access to Glass's guide.

den
den

Depends on: single owner or second/ third owner, odometer, car’s interior n exterior condition( scratches, dings etc), any accidents, log book maintain, rego left...think from buyers point of view, I have noticed so many overpriced private vehicle in Carsales n gumtree,,,and they have been since ages... and some genuine car and reasonable priced gets sold in the same days it’s advertised..hope this helps.. good luck

den
den

Let’s Assume it’s a Yaris auto, 5 door automatic transmission, kms 60,000, single owner , log book well maintained, normal wear n tear with age, 6 months/ 5 months rego left, tyres in good condition,: 1) $9,000( Good price from your POV)..2) $8,000-8700( moderate 50 50), 3) $ 7000-7500( good from buyer POV).. If you look for quick sale then you get around $ 7000... keep in mind... you are one who need cash and seller always loose... if you go with dealer they are the worst...hope this one helps too


Phoebe

Phoebeasked

How much should I get for my Toyota 2010 Yaris yrs auto For trade in on this years model. Excellent condition except for a couple of scratches on the front driver side door. Regularly serviced only done 55,000 kms.

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RobinHood2349
RobinHood2349

Personally, I would keep the Yaris. However, I would use Full-Synthetic Oil.
I had a 2010 VW Polo before. This was the BIGGEST BIT of CRAPP I've
ever had in the Last 55 Years or So!!!!!!


Natalie

Natalieasked

Yaris XP90.I

Hi. I have a Toyota Yaris YRS 2007 4Door hatchback. The tail lights aren't working..even after changing the bulbs and fuse. When I turn the switch for front and rear lights... headlights are working and indicators and rear top single light is working.. Just the left and right while tail lights.. please help me!!

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mallymuff
mallymuff

Hi Natalie, Although I'm no expert it sounds like your problem may be electrical. Just another suggestion, if you are a member of the RACV they have a technical department who can give you advice might be worth a try. sorry for your trouble.


Tegan

Teganasked

Hi! I was wondering how much I would get if I sold my 2010 Toyota Yaris YR model 5 door hatch?

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Graham Evans
Graham Evans

Hi
Need more details. How many kms travelled, auto or manual, what size engine? Graham.


eden

edenasked

Yaris XP90.I

Advice on a 2007 toyota yaris that I am thinking of buying. Kilometers is sitting on 149000, price is $9000. Cars looks in good condition, is this a reasonable price or should I try to negotiate to have price dropped?

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brian
brian

That is a small car / what you could try is going to other online forums as well

eden
eden

Sory forgot to mention, its a sedan. but thanks, ill look into it

brian
brian

Or you could try comparing prices to other cars similar for sale in magazines or online sites such as gumtree Australia on the internet


fithe assefa

fithe assefaasked

hay there i want to know about my yaris hachback 2005 model 1.0 cc but the transmission is half automatic and manual .
when i tried to change the transmission oil i cant exactly know the oil type can you please help me to get the right one.

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waynes world
waynes world

Good question.

Normally the answer will be found in the Owner's Manual however, if your manual is like mine, Toyota do not provide the oil specification for the transmission. Never mind, you have two options available:

1. Purchase the oil from your local Toyota dealership letting them select the correct (and maybe superior) oil for you, or
2. more work for you but likely a less costly option is to purchase from your local spare parts supplier, Repco or Supercheap are two that come to mind but use whoever you prefer. Generally these suppliers have a lube chart in the store which you can look up for the correct oil. Alternatively, before you visit the store, visit the website for your preferred oil brands and then look for a link to their lubrication guide. With a bit of drilling down you well get the information you need. Here are links to three different oil brands to get you started.

http://www.datateck.com.au/lube/castr_au/ says CASTROL TRANSMAX MULTIVEHICLE
http://www.datateck.com.au/lube/valv_auMS/ says MAXLIFE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID
http://www.datateck.com.au/Lube/NulonAus/ says FULL SYNTHETIC MULTI-VEHICLE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID

Please note my answer is general in nature only and before purchasing/using any oil brands you should consult the appropriate suppliers for the information required,.


nibe.ngansele

nibe.nganseleasked

Yaris XP90.I

Hi, I recently bought a 2007 Toyota yaris YRS...and I'm wondering if it does have a auxiliary port where I can plug my cable to?

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elchriss0
elchriss0

It depends. If it was manufactured from Feb 2007 onwards then i think the aux port is located in the storage area next to the driver's left leg. If it was manufactured before that then it doesnt have one and you will hve to use an FM transmitter like i do


lynpow

lynpowasked

Yaris XP90.I

I have the 2013 Yaris YRX with the SD navigation system in it. Has anyone with this system been able to disable the school crossings with out disabling the traffic warnings? All the Toyota people I have spoken too can not to this it must be a problem with the SD navigation system in the Yaris. What can / will they do, nothing!

1 answer
brian
brian

If it is not affecting any safety issue that affects the actual driver I wouldn't worry about it unless it might make the car unsafe to drive


ann

annasked

If i buy a yrs yaris why cant i have cruise control put in

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all_alloy
all_alloy

So concerning the 2011-2014 Yaris The YR & YRS both have the option of cruise control for $500, the YRX & ZR have it as standard. However both can still be optioned at the dealership if you purchased a used one. As for the 2014+ Yaris that was just released with the LED daytime lights and new grille - that's a new ball park. I have no idea if the just released Yaris can be optioned with cruise control.

brian
brian

Why would you want cruise control anyway / it's probably always best to have total control of the vehicle

ann
ann

Cruize control stops getting speeding tickets as sometime its easy to go over the limit in an auto car


Jaynee

Jayneeasked

I've got a 2006 Yaris it randomly stops in low gear does a shudder then stops had fuel filter replaced as thought it was that. Had fuel injectors cleaned still does it put on machine shows no fault $ 2000 later and 4 people looking at it still can't find fault any clues?

3 answers

hi jaynee did you find out the problem?? as this is happening to my friends car

Jaynee
Jaynee

Yes they replaced the front catalac convertor (not sure on the spelling) and it hasn't missed a beat hope this helps

Stable
Stable

MAF sensor and or throttle body needs cleaning. You can buy a spray can of cleaner, or metho on a cotton bud. Google/You tube how to do it. I just fixed my 2006 model Yaris. It's surprising how many mechanics don't know this. Can be done with basic tools and competence by home mechanic.


daniel.bowerman.92

daniel.bowerman.92asked

What revs should a 2009 Toyota yaris yr 5dr hatch 1.3 ltr sit on when going 110kms

1 answer
RID30
RID30

3000rpm


Jonaus

Jonausasked

Hello, does anyone know if the drivers seat slides and leans forward with the seat recliner handle?

1 answer
brian
brian

It probably would though you can could try contacting Toyota Australia or try typing the question into the google Australia search engine on the internet / I found Wikipedia and wikihow to be great sources of information


Sarah

Sarahasked

Hello, I am new to buying cars and was wondering if I could get some advice.

I am buying a brand new 2013 Yarris YR automatic at 17990 with cruise control, rear sensor, tint and 5 year warranty.
Have I paid too much? I have put in deposit but would I be able to retrieve it?

Is it always better to buy a second hand or a 1 year old car as it depreciates a lot as soon as you drive out?

2 answers
Janae
Janae

That sounds like a bargain to me! I paid about 22000 I think for brand new 2012 auto, with cruise, tint, 3 yr warranty. I love my brand new car. Depends on how you pay for it - I got the 2% finance deal so it was better for me to buy brand new.

robertbryson
robertbryson

Sarah - We have enjoyed the Yaris YR Automatic 4 door with hatch. Ours was the 2012 model delivered in December 2011. We paid a bit more than that onroad with window tint and some extras such as floor mats and boot mat protector that folds out to protect the duco when lifting objects into or out of the boot.
We don't have cruise but its an option I would have liked so go for it.The car performs very well and is easy to drive and park.The issue of new or a demonstrator with low mileage or a second-hand vehicle is one that only you can decide. The car we bought was for a milestone birthday for my wife so new was our preference but we did toy with a demonstrator but got the new one for a similar price so went with that.Yes the depreciation of any vehicle is around 50% of the new price within a year or two but if you plan on keeping for a long time it is not something we worried too much about. The good thing about Toyota is they make good cars & are very desirable. Good luck.Rob.


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