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Toyota Yaris, Car Buying, Hatchback, Sedan
Dec 14, 2010 (10:55 pm)
when I first starting looking at a 2007 Toyota Yaris 4-dr. sedan with the 5-speed manual tranny in the spring of '06 I seem to remember a list price of around $14,995. That was before license, taxes, delivery, etc. I would've been very comfortable with that price in the spring of '06.
So you did great in your deal, IMO.
#653 of 661 Re: 2010 Yaris Price [nkaufman1]
Dec 20, 2010 (12:15 am)
I'm just curious - did they actually tell you the 25K service package includes 5 oil changes plus the little 15K service, or did you assume it? I'm looking into getting a Yaris, so I'm very interested in knowing exactly what is covered under this program.
#654 of 661 Re: 2010 Yaris Price [nippononly]
Dec 20, 2010 (5:04 am)
Toyota is offering a 2 year/25K mile free maintenance. After getting the car, I looked at the maintenance plan and it seems that Toyota recommends only regular oil changes/tire rotations at 6K/6 months for this car till about 90K miles. So basically, Toyota is offering only 4-5 oil changes. i.e a value of only $100 instead of what I'd initially thought of to be around $200-$250.
#655 of 661 Re: 2010 Yaris Price [nkaufman1]
Dec 20, 2010 (8:29 am)
Well if you use dealer oil change prices you are looking at 150 - 200 dollars worth of oil changes. They are $40 a pop at the dealer where I live. So that is good.
#656 of 661 Re: 2010 Yaris Price [nkaufman1]
Dec 20, 2010 (9:42 am)
I think you got a very good deal for a 2010 Yaris with those options. Difficult to get them for much less, especially now with gas prices creeping up, I should think that the demand will follow . . . the Yaris sedan seems to have almost as much functional space as the Corolla yet costs a few grand less. I recently flew up north to a wedding and rented a Corolla SE and compared again the two cars . . .while the Corolla was a bit more refined and certainly provided more pep and a firmer handling package, for a daily commute warrior you cannot beat the Yaris for the extra gas savings and the reliability and refinement that it offers at such a low price point. I have owned my 2009 Yaris Sedan for 18 months now . . it has 41,000 miles and all it does is run flawlessly and gives me 34 mpp in mixed city/hwy driving. Since I drive over 2,000 miles a month, saving money on gas was a real premium for me, and with gas now at 3 bucks a gallon I am saving mucho denaro and the Yaris provides just enough creature comforts (AT, power locks and windows, keyless entry, a decent CD system, cruise control) to keep me happy until I get to work. Congrats on your new purchase and I i hope you enjoy your Yaris as much as I do my own . . . I even still have the original tires at 41,000 miles! . . .but they are real close to replacement time. O well, factory rubber is factory rubber, and frankly I am surprised that they have lasted as long as they have lasted. Take care and enjoy your new car.
#657 of 661 Re: 2010 Yaris Price [jamtracy]
Dec 20, 2010 (8:24 pm)
Oil changes are $34.95 + tax at my Toyota store in Buffalo-Niagara region.
#658 of 661 Re: 2010 Yaris Price [maximus43]
Dec 24, 2010 (4:28 am)
Yes, i do think that I got a very good price.
The couple of things that I didn't like were - gauges in the middle and no remote trunk opener.
But hopefully like you said, it would give me years of solid performance. So that would work.
#659 of 661 Re: 2010 Yaris Price [nkaufman1]
Jan 21, 2011 (11:45 am)
Was this Manual or Automatic?
#660 of 661 Re: 2010 Yaris Price [zephear]
Jan 21, 2011 (1:51 pm)
#661 of 661 yaris price 2012
Apr 10, 2012 (10:22 am)
Hello, everyone can you share purchase prices of 2012 yaris automatic around Maryland.