2017 Toyota Yaris Review

2017 Toyota Yaris photo
  1. Original MSRP$15,250 - $18,000
  2. Price Range$9,305 - $14,808
  3. Average Selling Price$11,393
  4. Fuel Economy (MPG)30/36 City/Hwy
  5. Body StylesLiftback

User Reviews for 2017 Toyota Yaris

4.0
3 Reviews
5 Star

0%

4 Star

100%

3 Star

0%

2 Star

0%

1 Star

0%

Interior

3.3

Exterior

4.3

Performance

4.3

Family

4.7

Cost

5.0

by Allen on October 21, 2019

3rd owner
"Very good"
Interior

4.0

Very good condition
Exterior

5.0

Very good
Performance

5.0

Drives like my previous camry
Family

5.0

Size
Cost

5.0

Very good

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by 2whlgeezer on July 19, 2019

Small but practical
"Very basic transportation, not as big as some others in the class, but plenty of space for the 2 of us. Hatchback space is quite small, but back seats do fold for extra trunk space. Engine/transmission (4 speed) a little dated (and noisy), but more than adequate. Gas mileage very good, pretty much as advertised, maybe even a little better on the highway at posted speeds. Bottom line? Not great, but better than expected for the price."
Interior

3.0

Spartan would be being kind.
Exterior

5.0

Wife says it is "cute".
Performance

3.0

Engine a little noisy and the 4 speed auto is below class standard.
Family

5.0

For a small family of course
Cost

5.0

Ecnomical and trouble free so far.

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by qpqdkbbroags on July 16, 2019

No Problems Yet
"The transmissions is a little jumpy at times, but other than that the car runs fine. The air conditioning could be a little stronger too. Also the speakers are god awful. Just the worst. They cheaped out on parts a lot. There is no automatic headlights or cruise control. I was able to add cruise control with a 13 dollar part off ebay. This seems insanely stingy even for a budget car. There is no theft prevention in my version. This design would be illegal in Europe. So cheaply made. The hubcaps are plastic. Every corner that could be cut was cut. I wish they made a slightly more expensive version with decent speakers and automatic headlights and cruise control and theft protection for like 150 dollars more. It would not have cost that much."
Interior

3.0

Mostly plastic and synthetic fabric. It's fine. The cupholders are in the worst spot ever, I cant fit any cups in them. The emergency brake is very accessible which is nice I guess if there is an emergency, but realistically I've never needed it in 20 years of driving. I wish they had put the cupholders there and the e-brake somewhere else. The cars clock is easy to adjust. The speakers for music are awful. There is tons of legroom in the front. Im 6'5 and have no problem at all.
Exterior

3.0

Plastic hubcaps are lame. Design is boring. It blends in really well though.
Performance

5.0

It seems fast to me. It's a very small car and it feels like it. I can dart through gaps that would stop larger cars. It turns amazingly tight, WAY tighter than my old minivan. I don't have a lot of experience with sports cars though, so I don't know how it compares. It feels fast enough to me. Brakes work well. 33MPG for me on average, thats mostly city driving.
Family

4.0

I don't have a family but it seems ok? It's a very small car, so hopefully you don't have tall children. 4 doors so there is no climbing over seats to get in the back. Cargo space it very limited. I completely filled mine up just with emergency supplies. I wish the seats folded down for more cargo room. No trailer hitch either, but I added one for $100.
Cost

5.0

It's a cheap car. It shows. It feels cheap. If I could afford one, I would have gotten a Corolla. On the bright side it should run forever because it's a Toyota. That will save on repair bills. Most repairs I've seen of it on YouTube are extremely fast and easy. I saw a guy change the serpentine belt in 2 minutes flat. That job took 8 hours on my old van. It seems well designed under the hood. Its not too cramped in the engine compartment either, I can get my hand into most places for repairs no problem. From what I read off the internet, most of the components in this car are tried and tested. Almost every piece has been in service 10+ years in other cars, like the engine or transmission. No CVT on this thing. It's battle tested. In exchange for no newer gadgets you get a proven design.

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CARFAX Info for 2017 Toyota Yaris

CARFAX offers millions of used cars for sale nationwide. Every listing includes the vehicle history. The data below is updated daily, based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX.
2017 Toyota Yaris Deals on CARFAX
Percentage of 2017 Toyota Yaris for sale on CARFAX that are Great, Good, and Fair Value deals. Values are determined by whether the selling price is above, below, or the same as the history-based CARFAX Value.
Great Value
(33)
Good Value
(46)
Fair Value
(47)
No Badge
(85)
VEHICLE HISTORY SUMMARY
The Vehicle History Summary represents the percentage of cars available for sale on CARFAX that are reported to have no accidents or damage, had 1-owner, been used as a personal or personal lease car, and/or have service history information.
No Accidents or Damage Reports

80%

CARFAX 1-Owner

84%

Personal Use

100%

Service History

82%

2017 Toyota Yaris Pricing

The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) is the "sticker price" for this vehicle, including optional equipment, when it was new. The price range for the 2017 Toyota Yaris is $9,305 - $14,808. The average selling price is $11,393. The data below is updated daily, based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX. Price range and average selling price are based on the median selling price while CARFAX Value is a VIN-specific value based on the vehicle's history.

Original MSRP
$15,250 - $18,000
Price Range
This is the price range for the 2017 Toyota Yaris based on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX.
$9,305 - $14,808
Average Selling Price
$11,393
CARFAX Value
This is the range of CARFAX Values for the 2017 Toyota Yaris on used car inventory for sale on CARFAX.
$9,050 - $14,390
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2017 Toyota Yaris Pricing By Trim
  1. TrimPrice RangeAverage Selling PriceCARFAX Value
  2. L$9,486 - $12,995$11,160$9,050 - $12,920
  3. LE$8,440 - $14,995$11,612$9,480 - $14,390
  4. SE$7,990 - $17,211$12,278$10,420 - $12,900

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