Toyota has announced the pricing for the updated 2018 Toyota Yaris, which is going to arrive this summer with a starting price set at $15,635. The 2018 Yaris gets an updated front fascia, new tech features and some interior upgrades to make Toyota’s cheapest model more appealing.
From the front, the L and LE trim levels get a new grille and chrome accents, while the SE trim level gets a slightly sportier front fascia with a new piano black mesh pattern grille surrounded with a chrome accent. The rear design includes wider, horizontal tail lamps, a new rear bumper and a new lower bumper garnish with side reflectors. Lastly the The SE gets new standard 16-inch alloy wheels with dark accents.
Inside there are new analog information in front of the driver has been updated, like the speedometer, tachometer and fuel gauge. There are audio upgrades as well with both the L and LE trim levels coming standard with the Entune Audio system. The Entune Multimedia Bundle consists of a 6.1-inch touch-screen display, AM/FM CD player, MP3/WMA playback capability, six speakers, a USB 2.0 port, music streaming via Bluetooth wireless technology and Siri Eyes Free. The SE comes standard with 7-inch Entune Audio Plus with Connected Navigation App.
The 2018 Yaris hatchback L ranges from $15,635 for the three-door with a manual transmission to $16,760 for the five-door with an automatic transmission. The Yaris LE starts at$17,285 for the three-door with an automatic transmission and $17,660 for the five-door automatic. The top 2018 Yaris SE starts at $18,260 for the five-door with a manual transmission and $19,060 for the five-door automatic.