Used Toyota Yaris | Winchester, VA
The Toyota Yaris was introduced in 1999 and is still production, starting its fourth generation in 2020. It an economy subcompact vehicle, touting low sales prices, great gas mileage, and small sizes. For most of its production-run, it has been available in both as a hatchback and sedan.
The first generation ran from 1999 to 2005 and was available as a hatchback, a coupe, and a sedan. The second generation went from 2005 to 2013. It was available as both a hatchback and a sedan. The third generation ran from 2011 to 2019, overlapping with the second generation. The third-gen hatchback was offered starting in 2011; the third-gen sedan came in 2013, marking the end of the second generation. Most recently, the fourth-generation Yaris hatchback was introduced in 2020, with a first-time hybrid e-AWD variant and a performance (hot hatch) variant dubbed the GR Yaris. A fully redesigned fourth-gen sedan option is also available.
While new Toyota Yaris models are readily available new and relatively cheap, used models have the legendary Toyota reliability and are exceptionally affordable, often coming in under $10,000. It’s not uncommon to find one under $5,000.
High-quality, affordable, used Toyota Yaris models
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