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The vibrant and spirited Toyota Yaris is once again a top player in the subcompact segment. As the only model in its class offering three-door or five-door body styles, the Yaris continues to be a hit with buyers interested in a small compact car. Coming into the new model year, the only modification made to the 2016 Toyota Yaris is the introduction of two new color combinations. Outside of this change, the vehicle features a quiet cabin, a standard Entune audio system and a spacious interior. Read our 2016 Toyota Yaris review below to acquire more info about the new model and its equipment options.
Since a variety of updates were made to the 2015 Yaris, the 2016 Toyota Yaris in Sanford only features one change. The subcompact now comes in two color combos: Crushed Ice with a Black Sand Pearl roof and Barcelona Red with a Black Sand Pearl roof. These two color options are a nod to the car's European heritage, adding a touch of foreign style to the Yaris. For drivers who want to stand out from the pack even more, the sporty Yaris SE model is just the ticket. It comes with a black front grille, black headlight trim, a rear spoiler, LED daytime running lamps and 16-inch alloy wheels. A leather-trimmed steering wheel is also included on the model, offering standard cruise control and audio controls.
Generating 106 horsepower and 103 lb.-ft. of torque, a 1.5L four-cylinder powers the 2016 Toyota Yaris in Sanford. It can be matched with either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission. When equipped with the manual, the displacement produces an EPA-estimated 33 mpg combined, while the automatic produces 32 mpg combined. Both configurations are excellent options for drivers who want to save money on gas.
If you'd like to discover further details about the new Yaris, keep reading our 2016 Toyota Yaris review.