2020 Toyota Yaris Hatchback Release Date – The line Toyota Yaris in the USA It has been really strange, with the hatchback coming from Toyota and the sedan from Mazda and Mazda2 renamed. For 2020, the line Toyota Yaris is still rare, but at least it is consistent since the hatchback is also a modified Mazda2. And as far as style is concerned, that’s all there is to say. The front bumper is the same face of angry catfish that the Yaris sedan, and all backwards comes from the Mazda2 which is available abroad and in Puerto Rico. The interior is the same as the Mazda2, and very similar to the Mazda CX-3. The change to the Mazda platform has added 0.3 cubic feet to the cargo space on the old version of Toyota.
Under the hood is the family member of 1.5 liters in line, with four horsepower. Disappointingly, the only available transmission will be a six-speed automatic, while the current sedan is available with a six-speed manual transmission. But having six speeds is a massive improvement over the old four-speed automatic of the outgoing Yaris. The fuel economy has not been announced, but expects to approach the 32 miles per gallon of the Toyota Yaris sedan in the city and 40 on the road. This will be another improvement with respect to the 30 miles per gallon of the old Yaris in the city and 35 on the road.
Unlike the sedan, the new Yaris hatch will only be offered on the LE and XLE models, leaving the L base level out. Each version of the car has alloy rims, heated side mirrors, fog lights, keyless entry with Start button. Automatic emergency braking and information and entertainment system with seven-inch touchscreen and Apple display and Android Auto. Moving to XLE adds synthetic leather upholstery, leather-lined steering wheel and shift lever, automatic climate control and automatic LED headlamps. The price and availability have not been announced, but will probably go on sale later this year with an initial price of about $17.000 as the Yaris sedan.
The day of the Innocents is a very strange day for a car manufacturer to make a legitimate announcement for a new vehicle, but it seems that Toyota believes it is the right time to reveal the new Yaris 2020 Hatchback. In some respects, the timing of this revelation is appropriate, as this Toyota-ID hatchback and its huge front grille is actually the subcompact Mazda 2 that is not sold in the United States. However, the new Yaris will be at the dealerships from the sea to the bright sea.
Suspected this was coming. Toyota and Mazda are already collaborating in the current Yaris sedan, which was presented last year at the New York Auto Show. Toyota announced earlier this year that the previous Yaris Liftback, which was actually a completely different car from the sedan, was removed from the North American market. The new Yaris Hatchback will use the same Mazda-based bones as the sedan, with a four-cylinder and 1.5-liter under-bonnet engine that creates 106 horsepower (79 kw) for the front wheels, shipped through a standard six-speed broadcast Ages. Automatic transmission.
Similarly, the Yaris will come in a LE or XLE setting and have a good variety of standard equipment. 16-inch aluminum rims, fog lamps, body-color electric mirrors, and chromed exhaust tip are among the included exterior elements. Inside, the driver and passengers will enjoy a 7 inch touchscreen display with Android Auto and Apple Play and voice recognition integrated into the infotainment system. A back-up camera is also a standard problem, as are a lot of security systems that include automatic emergency braking.
Toyota is ready to boast of the Yaris Hatchback’s maneuverability, including its 32.2-foot swivel circle and a total length of 161 inches. In addition, Toyota draws attention to the “bold design of the cockpit backwards “, although we know that all these are aspects of the Mazda 2 on which it is based. However, the front fascia with its open hexagonal grille is all Toyota.
Toyota does not mention the prices or availability of the new Yaris Hatchback, but the car manufacturer plans to show it by the end of this month in the new York 2019 Auto Show.