2007 Toyota Yaris Values

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2007 model year changes

The Yaris is a new model for 2007 and assumes the position in Toyota's product line formerly occupied by the Echo, which was discontinued following the 2005 model year. Offered as both a four-door sedan and a three-door hatchback, the vehicle is the most economical way to acquire Toyota's vaulted reliability. All trims and body styles are powered by a 1.5L inline four-cylinder engine, and the EPA reports mileage ratings of 34 city/40 highway when equipped with the standard manual transmission, making it one of the most efficient cars on the road.

Competitive comparison

Low price; exceptional mileage; choice of sedan or hatchback.

Special features for 2007

The 2007 Yaris may be an entry-level model, but it still excels in Toyota's traditional strong points: fit and finish. The model is one of the least expensive cars on the market, but still has an assortment of optional equipment that allows for modest customization. Its light weight also means it's a gas miser on both city streets and the highway, further enhancing its value.
New for 2007, the Yaris is an entry-level five-passenger economy car that is available in three trim levels, 3-door liftback, sedan and S sedan, with all models offered with a 1.5Liter inline four-cylinder that produces 106HP. A five-speed manual is standard that helps the car get 40 miles-per-gallon on the highway, or you can choose the four-speed automatic.