Shop for your next 2020 Toyota Yaris at!
View inventory


Toyota Yaris

Price $16,790 – $19,450
Fuel consumption 5.9 – 7.8 L/100km
The Car Guide rating 77%(view ratings)
The sedan is gone from Canada, while the hatchback has a different look for 2020. But unlike the new, fourth-generation Yaris that will be sold overseas, built on the Toyota New Global Architecture and available with the brand’s latest hybrid system, ours is actually a rebadged Mazda2. It comes in five-door, 106-horsepower gasoline configuration only. A slight gain in overall length means more room for passengers, while Apple CarPlay and Toyota Safety Sense are technological highlights.

Tests and Features

All Toyota Yaris reviews
Pre-owned vehiclesGood Pre-Owned Cars For Under $10,000
Finding a good used car that is not expensive is not an easy task these days. New model deliveries are almost at a standstill and used vehicle prices have increased significantly with the skyrocketing demand. Good bargains are pretty rare too. Many buyers on a budget have a limit of …
Pre-owned vehiclesUsed Cars For Students: What Should You Buy?
For a student, buying a first car is a milestone. In order to avoid spending more time in the garage than in class, reliability and sturdiness should be priorities. The budget inevitably comes next; finding an affordable model with the lowest possible fuel consumption and reasonable maintenance is also crucial.
Test Drives2017 Toyota Yaris Hatchback: From A to B
When people shop for a can opener, a washing machine or a stapler, how many actually choose the most stylish, the most powerful or the most expensive model on the market? Very few, I assume. As long as they’re reliable, these items should provide years of worry-free ownership, whether they’re …
Test Drives2016 Toyota Yaris Sedan: The Adopted Child has Talent
The Yaris and its predecessor, the Echo, have always been regarded as basic, reliable transportation. On the other hand, they’ve never been particularly exciting to drive, but that’s not the main criterion of subcompact-car buyers, either. Toyota resuscitated the Yaris Sedan for the 2016 model year, and off the bat, …


All Toyota Yaris news
NewsStudy Reveals Least Expensive Car Brands and Models to Maintain
A vehicle’s reliability and maintenance costs are still a top priority for many shoppers. In fact, seeing the increased prices at service departments and independent repair shops, you could definitely say they’ve never had more weight in the purchase decision. But how can you know which brands or models are …
NewsCanadian Black Book Hands Out 2023 Best Retained Value Awards
For the 16th year, Canadian Black Book (CBB) recently announced the winners of its Best Retained Value Awards, which measure how much of their original MSRP vehicles hold after four years of ownership. The average retained value across the industry is 77% of MSRP on 2020 model-year vehicles, down from …
New ModelsToyota Shows bZ4X GR Sport and GR GT3 Concepts in Tokyo
Tokyo Auto Salon 2022 is off to a start and Toyota has quite a lineup to showcase including several sporty and race-oriented models. The one we’re the most interested in is probably the bZ4X GR Sport Concept, based on the brand’s upcoming electric SUV. It is said to deliver “an …
NewsToyota GR Yaris Sells Out 24 Hours After Landing in Mexico
While all sorts of rumours continue to spread about a high-performance Corolla hatchback , the tiny but explosive Toyota GR Yaris finally landed in North America. Not in Canada or the U.S., but rather down in Mexico. And unsurprisingly, it sold out like hot cakes. In fact, all 300 allocated …
NewsExclusive Confirmed: Toyota Yaris is Leaving Canada
The Toyota Yaris won’t be back in Canada in 2021, The Car Guide has just learned from Toyota Canada. The confirmation comes a few days after the automaker also pulled the plug on its smallest car in the U.S. Introduced back in 2006, the Yaris replaced the Echo and immediately …
NewsToyota Yaris to be Axed in the U.S., Will Canada Follow?
Despite introducing a new Yaris for 2020—actually, the North American version is a rebadged Mazda2— Toyota has decided not to bring it back next year in the U.S. due to poor sales. Will Canada follow the lead? That is more than likely. After all, only 465 units were sold in …
New ModelsWould You Want a Toyota Yaris With Hybrid Tech, AWD?
Warning: The striking new Toyota product you’re about to see here will not come to North America. But given that the C-HR is a fake SUV with no all-wheel drive option, wouldn’t it be sweet? Built on the compact Toyota GA-B platform, the Yaris Cross unveiled today for the European …


All Toyota Yaris videos
Video Reviews
Review: 2016 Toyota Yaris Sedan
If you think the 2016 Toyota Yaris Sedan looks an awful lot like the Mazda2, well you'd be spot-on. This Toyota is built by Mazda on the same platform after all. Joining the Yaris hatch in the automaker's lineup, Toyota says it's much more than a re-badged version, and the …
Video Reviews
Test Drive: 2015 Toyota Yaris
A handful of years ago, Graeme Fletcher was credited for helping bring the Toyota Echo to Canada. So who better to review the latest edition of that car’s successor, the subcompact Toyota Yaris? This segment originally appeared on Episode 6 of Motoring 2015.