(4th February 2019) 2007 Toyota Yaris Petrol Manual Hatchback by Matthew
Was my first car and was delighted with it. Had it for 6 years and never let me down once. Build quality was excellent although it did have a few manufacturers recalls which were sorted out quickly. Apart from servicing didn't spend much on repairs - tyres and exhaust was about it. Also has a surprisingly big interior - quite spacious for a small car. Also with the back seats folded down I was able to carry a lot of stuff. Overall would recommend this model.
(19th July 2017) 2009 Toyota Yaris Diesel Manual Hatchback by Andy
Bought the car back in 2010 with 11k miles on the clock, now has 141k, still feels tight as a drum and still going strong on the original clutch which considering it has been used to teach people to drive is testimony to the build quality. In all that time the only things I've replaced has been the tyres and the wheel bearings. Extremely easy to drive although not the most comfortable car if pushed hard, but for a day to day drive in town it's unbeatable. I'll definitely be buying another one in the future.
(20th November 2014) 1999 Toyota Yaris Petrol Manual Hatchback by Freddy
Yep. It's not a nice car. Like not BMW nice, for example. but it is ultra cheap to own and run. Bought 5 years ago with 65k on the clock. 157k today. Needed a clutch at around 115k and a wheel bearing. Otherwise no issues whatsoever in almost 100k of driving.
(21st September 2012) 2000 Toyota Yaris Petrol Manual MPV by eolrod
Saw reviews from other users - all good. I liked the space and finish, though I did think road noise was more than in my previous saloons. Got it home and folded the seats. Amazed at the versatility and variety of set up. No fuss conversion to whatever you like in seating - 2, 3, 4, 5. Brilliant car and no drive belt to worry about either.