New Toyota Yaris Trend

We are kicking 2013 off in style, launching a brand new version of the popular Toyota Yaris Trend.

The new Yaris Trend will build on the successful launch of the 2012 Trend, which proved a hit with younger, design-conscious drivers.

Priced at £14,570, the Trend retains a blacked-out C-pillar to create a ‘floating roof’ effect, and adds detailing to the front fog light surrounds and headlamps, door mirror covers and door sills.

The 16-inch alloy wheels have machine-finished surfaces, and a unique two-tone design. At the rear there is a roof spoiler and LED lamp clusters.

There are plenty of updates to the interior, too. The Yaris Trend gets a black and white treatment, with a contrasting touch of ochre to create a clean style with plenty of visual impact.

The layout of the centre console has been changed, with the soft-touch dashboard and upper door panels finished in white. Details such as the shorter shift lever and larger gear knob add to the quality feel.

The black and white design theme continues on the seats. The upper seatback bolsters and headrests are finished in a new, pearl white leather-look material with ochre stitching. The seats’ central fabric inserts have been made softer and there is new grey piping to reflect the change from black to grey seatbelts.

The instrument dials follow the same colour theme, in black and white with ochre accents.

The 2013 Yaris Trend will be available in five-door form only, in Pure White, Tyrol Silver, Burning Red and Decuma Grey. It is powered by the best-selling 1.33-litre petrol engine matched to either a 6-speed manual or Multidrive S automatic transmission.

New Yaris Trend pricing





Trend 5 door

1.33 Dual VVT-i petrol



Trend 5 door

1.33 Dual VVT-i petrol

Multidrive S


Read more of our Yaris blog posts here, or take a look at the Toyota website.


  1. Hi Aaron,
    Thanks for your post. We can advise that the Yaris 1.33 engine is in bracket D and the Yaris 1 litre engine is in bracket C. This is due to the larger the engine producing higher CO2 emissions than the smaller engine. We would suggest referring to the following Government site so you can check by your specific model: Hope this helps and if you have any more queries please let us know. Many thanks.

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