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New Yaris Sedan Completes Merger of Scion into Toyota’s Line-Up

Low-priced, well-equipped sedan debuting in New York.

by on Mar.26, 2018

The 2019 Toyota Yaris offers first-time buyers an affordable sedan equipped with plenty of safety features and technology.

Toyota’s assimilation of the Scion brand back into the mainstream line-up is complete with the introduction of the new Yaris sedan, formerly the Scion iA.

The new model, which was called the Yaris iA last year, is now “home” as four-door alternative to Toyota’s entry-level Yaris three-door hatchback. Fortunately, it keeps its reputation for being a lot of car for not a lot of money.

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In fact, how much money you’ll spend is up to the buyer as it comes available in three trim levels for 2019: L, LE and XLE. The L package is the “sporty” model and includes leatherette-trimmed front seats, leather-trimmed steering wheel, shift knob and parking brake, an HVAC system with Automatic Climate Control, automatic LED headlights, rain-sensing wipers and illuminated entry. (more…)

Mirai Sets Fuel Economy Benchmark of 67 eMPG

Toyota’s new fuel cell vehicle meets daily needs.

by on Jun.30, 2015

The 2016 Toyota Mirai will debut with plenty of incentives to buy one, including three years of free fuel and app to help find fueling stations.

Much of the hubbub surrounding fuel cell vehicles focuses on, well, the “fuel.” How will you get it and how far can you go with it? The Toyota Mirai answered both of those today.

The Japanese maker said today the new fuel cell vehicle will average 67 miles per equivalent gallon and 312 miles on a full tank. The Mirai is expected to go on sale this fall in California with additional markets added later.

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“Toyota realized in the early 90’s that electrification was key to the future of the automobile,” said Jim Lentz, Toyota North America CEO, in a statement. “Just as the Prius introduced hybrid-electric vehicles to millions of customers nearly twenty years ago, the Mirai is now poised to usher in a new era of efficient, hydrogen transportation.” (more…)