New Toyota Yaris price and specification

The new Toyota Yaris is priced from £10,995 and has a new UK grade structure designed to broaden the appeal of the model to a more diverse customer base.

The line-up offers more choice, more equipment options and a wealth of advanced features for on-board comfort, communications, safety and style.

The new line-up presents the established Active and Icon grades, joined by new Sport and Excel trims. Yaris Hybrid can be specified in Icon and Excel versions.

Each grade has its own character, differentiated by details such as the interior trim and materials and treatment of various interior and exterior elements, including the lower grille, wheels, seats, centre console and instrument panel.

High equipment levels feature throughout the range, with a leather-trimmed steering wheel, air conditioning and the latest Toyota Touch 2 multimedia system fitted as standard from Icon grade. Climate control air conditioning is standard for all Hybrid models and for Yaris Excel.

See also:
New Toyota Yaris review
New Toyota Yaris: in detail
New Toyota Yaris: design
New Toyota Yaris: driving, powertrains and specifications

Toyota Yaris UK price
The new Toyota Yaris is on sale now, with on-the-road prices starting at £10,995.

GRADE

BODY

ENGINE

TRANSMISSION

OTR PRICE

Active

3dr

1.0 VVT-i

5MT

£10,995

Active

5dr

1.0 VVT-i

5MT

£11,595

Icon

3dr

1.0 VVT-i

5MT

£12,745

Icon

5dr

1.0 VVT-i

5MT

£13,345

Icon

3dr

1.33 Dual VVT-i

6MT

£13,495

Icon

5dr

1.33 Dual VVT-i

6MT

£14.095

Icon

5dr

1.33 Dual VVT-i

Multidrive S

£15,095

Icon

5dr

1.4 D-4D

6MT

£15,595

Icon

5dr

1.5 VVT-i Hybrid

CVT

£16,195

Sport

5dr

1.33 Dual VVT-i

6MT

£14,995

Sport

5dr

1.33 Dual VVT-i

Multidrive S

£15,995

Excel

5dr

1.33 Dual VVT-i

6MT

£15,695

Excel

5dr

1.33 Dual VVT-i

Multidrive S

£16,695

Excel

5dr

1.5 VVT-i Hybrid

CVT

£17,695

Option prices

Design Pack

£395

Style Pack

£500

Protection Pack

£700

Smart Pack

£395

Appearance Pack

£795

Go navigation system

£650

Skyview roof

£550

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2014 Toyota Yaris specs – in detail
Toyota Touch 2 is an updated version of Toyota’s touchscreen multimedia system with a new, higher resolution seven-inch display. The package includes Bluetooth for hands-free phone calls,  sending and receipt of text messages and audio streaming; a rear-view camera; vehicle information, including trip data, climate control profile; and management of settings for door locking and lighting.

The Sport and Excel grade come with DAB digital radio as standard, with an FM link that automatically switches the system to FM reception when there is no DAB signal. Toyota Touch 2 is also MirrorLink-ready, allowing users to connect compatible smartphones and operate them entirely using the touchscreen

Toyota Touch 2 with Go is available as an option on Icon, Sport and Excel grades, adding navigation, connected services and access to a range of useful applications, including Toyota Real Time Traffic and services such as fuel prices, weather and parking information.

Ten exterior colours are available, including new Island Blue metallic and, exclusively for Hybrid models, Avantgarde Bronze.

Customers can upgrade their new Yaris with a range of options and options packs that add further style, functionality and sophistication. Elements include Toyota’s Skyview panoramic roof, LED daytime running lights and rear lamps, rear privacy glass and the Toyota touch 2 with Go multimedia system with navigation. Sport models can further be specified with vibrant Piri Piri red interior trim, including door panels, front seat upholstery inserts and soft-touch instrument panel.

A new range of option packs has been designed to bring together themed equipment and styling elements to boost Yaris’s specification and street presence. The practical Protection Pack (for Icon, Sport and Excel) adds mudflaps, rear bumper protection, front and rear parking sensors and carpet mats; the Style Pack (Icon and Sport) provides aluminium scuff plates and bumper protection plate and a chrome finish for the door sills, boot and diffuser trims and tailpipe). Icon models can be further upgraded with the Design Pack, adding LED daytime running lights and rear light clusters, plus rear privacy glass.

Exclusively for Excel models, the Appearance Pack introduces a rear spoiler, rear privacy glass and a Skyview (fixed) panoramic roof, and the Smart Pack offers Smart Entry, push-button start (standard on Hybrid Excel) and an auto-folding function for the door mirrors.

 

Toyota Yaris UK grades and key features

ACTIVE

ICON adds

SPORT adds

EXCEL adds

(to Icon)

Power front windows

15in alloy wheels

16in machined alloy wheels

16in silver alloy wheels

6-speaker audio system with USB and Aux-in

Projector headlights

LED daytime running lights

LED daytime running lights

7 airbags

Body colour-matched electrically adjustable, heated door mirrors and door handles

Rear LED lights

Rear LED lights

Tyre pressure monitor

Toyota Touch 2

DAB radio

DAB radio

Vehicle Stability Control and traction control

Rear-view camera

Rear privacy glass

Part-leather seats

Air conditioning

(climate control on Hybrid)

Rear spoiler

Cruise control

Front fog lamps

Rear disc brakes

Rain-sensing wipers

Bluetooth for phone and audio streaming

Option Packs: Protection, Style

Dusk-sensing headlights

Leather steering wheel with audio and phone switches

Optional red Piri Piri interior trim

Climate control

Option Packs: Protection, Style, Design

Option Packs: Protection, Appearance, Smart

For further information on the Toyota Yaris range, visit the designated section of the Toyota website, and to arrange a test drive, leave a comment below and we’ll be in touch!

89 comments

  1. Hi, I am just about to order one of these cars but I’m confused over the DAB radio. You say in the article it is standard across the range, but the grade chart states it is only available on the SPORT and EXCEL models. Is DAB part of the Touch 2 system on Icon models?
    Also, what is the difference between Multidrive S and CVT transmission? I test drove a 1.33 petrol and loved the smooth drive, but would like to order a hybrid. How are these gearboxes different? Thanks.

    1. Hello Terri
      Thanks for your post and for your interest in the new Yaris.
      We apologise for any confusion caused and will amend our Blog post accordingly but you are correct DAB is standard on the Sport and Excel grades only. It is possible to purchase DAB for the Icon grade as a separate accessory item through your local Toyota dealer though. Turning to the difference between the two transmissions, the best way to describe it is that a CVT (or Continuously Variable Transmission) operates like an auto transmission in that the car changes gear for you. The Multidrive S operates is effectively a manual gearbox but without a clutch. The car uses an ECU (Electronic Control Unit) to operate the clutch and change gear when you operate the gear lever.
      Does this help? We would recommend that you try both at your local dealer but if you do need any further clarification please let us know.

  2. Thanks David,
    I currently drive a semi-auto (manual controlled by ECU) so am very familiar with this sort of box. I found the Yaris gear changes so smooth I mistook it for the CVT! I recently test drove a Skoda with the legendary VW DSG auto box and I found the Yaris Multidrive S to be just as good…so I’m now buying the Sport 🙂 With DAB!

  3. Hello Terri
    Thank you for your feedback which is appreciated and has been passed back to the Yaris product team.
    Great news to hear about your new Yaris Sport with DAB! What colour have you chosen? Post a pic on our Toyota UK Facebook page when you take delivery. Happy to help with any other questions you have.
    Best wishes

  4. I have chosen black metallic which may seem a bit “safe” for a sporty look but my teenage son will be driving it too and he likes cars to look smart and classy, not too flashy. With this model I still get my tinted windows and nice alloys with a fun interior and my son gets to not be embarrassed by his Mum refusing to grow old!!!

  5. Hi Terri
    Thanks for the reply!
    Good choice on deciding on the Sport. Black is good and will really set off the alloys. Looks mean and moody with tints as well. Will have a lot of street presence!

  6. I, I ordered a new Yaris Icon Hybrid (Decuma Grey) a couple of days ago from my local Toyota Dealer (Warrington). I ordered it with the Design pack and the Style pack.
    The delivery will be 3/4 weeks, the question I would like to ask is how popular the chrome side stills from the Style pack are. The reason I am dithering a bit is even though I think these chrome side sills look great on the white cars how will they look on the grey, do they look over the top.

    Brian.

    1. Hello Brian
      Thank you for your post and a very interesting question.
      Ultimately as it is a matter of style it does boil down to personal opinion. We do quite like chrome with grey as you have more of a contrast so will create more presence. We frequently use chrome garnish on many of our vehicles to accentuate elements of styling or design. It also creates a premium look. Our suggestion would be for you to visit the forecourt of your local dealer and check out any grey car that has chrome fitted. It might help in terms of getting an idea of this contrast and provide more of an indication to help with your decision making. Does this help? Let us know if you need any more advice.

  7. I want to upgrade my Toyota touch to integrate a map or navigation system only. Can I use it as a map only as well as a navigation system? I have a new Yaris (German style). Can you tell me if Toyota Germany offers such a blog and if so what is the link?

  8. I have Toyota Touch 2 on my new German Yaris. I want to upgrade it so I can use a stand alone map or optionally a navigation system. What would it cost in the UK and does Toyota Germany also offer such a blog for feedbacks? If so can you tell me what link I should use.

  9. Hello Roy
    Thank you for your post.
    You can upgrade your Touch 2 system to Touch 2 with Go and your local Toyota dealer will be able to do this for you. This will include full map navigation. If you wanted to see the system first and how it works it is likely that your dealer will be able to give you a demonstration on a car that they have in stock and help with any questions you may have.
    In the UK, if you want to upgrade Touch 2 to include satnav then the cost is £650 which includes VAT. As far as we are aware we are the only European Toyota distributor which runs a Blog in this way however Toyota Germany will have a customer relations team who can help with advice. You can contact them via their website from this link.
    http://www.toyota.de/index.json#/iframe/http%3A%2F%2Fformulare.toyota.de%2F_formsone%2Fcontact_umbrella.asp
    Hope this helps and let us know if you have any other questions.

  10. I have just brought a new Yaris icon 2015 5 door 1.3 in England (burton) I thought the sat nav was inbuilt there is a button for it but it says it’s not programmed in this model?? I spent 16 thousand after speciation to then learn I have no sat nav I am confused. The car I brought was a ex show room car. Please someone shed some light on this!

    1. Hi Stephanie, this doesn’t sound great! The best thing to do is pop back to the dealership you purchased the car from, where you can raise the issue. Toyota Touch 2 with Go – the sat-nav system – is an optional extra which needs to be specifically specified at time of purchase. We recommend you take your invoice with you to the dealer, who will be happy to help install the sat-nav system if it was specified. Thanks, and hope this helps.

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