Toyota Yaris Problems

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First car for 22 year old

Answered by CarsGuide 7 Nov 2014

Most modern cars would be perfectly fine for your country commuting, that's not really an issue like it was in the past where it was felt you needed a six-cylinder car at least to handle the long distance, higher-speed cruising. Smaller cars like the Yaris or Mazda2 are perfect for city use; they're small, manoeuvrable, easy to park, safe and cheap to run. A larger car, like the Mazda3 would be a little more comfortable for a longer journey. It would also have better performance, but being larger is a little more difficult to park, and would cost more to run. For your money you could get a 2008/2009 Mazda3, which would also be a good buy. For mine, I would go for the smaller car, the Yaris or the Mazda2.

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Toyota does a recall on a recall

Toyota does a recall on a recall

12 Jun 2014 · by Joshua Dowling

Toyota issues its seventh recall in six months, doubles up on one from last year.

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Toyota recalls 6.58m cars, including 300,000 in Australia

Toyota recalls 6.58m cars, including 300,000 in Australia

9 Apr 2014 · by Karla Pincott

Toyota has issued a global safety recall on 6.58 million vehicles, with the impact hitting the popular Hilux ute, RAV4 SUV and Yaris small car.Statements issued by Toyota Australia today said that ...

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Toyota recalls close to 300,000 cars

Toyota recalls close to 300,000 cars

10 Oct 2012 · by Neil Dowling

Toyota Australia says the recall -- from a 7.4 million global batch -- affects Corolla, Kluger, RAV4, Yaris, Aurion and Camry vehicles built between 2006 and 2010.The recall is to replace the ...

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Ask Smithy Xtra extended warranty for Toyota Yaris

Answered by CarsGuide 10 May 2011

It comes down to your peace of mind. As she only does a relatively few kilometers a year the car would only have around 30,000 km at the end of the new car warranty, and 60,000 km at the end of the additional three years, or 80,000 km at the end of the five-year extension. Not a lot really. On that basis I probably wouldn’t take the option, but you must keep up the service even though she’s not doing a lot of kays. Regular maintenance is the key to a long life of trouble free motoring.

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