Toyota has announced pricing on its 2014 model year Yaris subcompact, increasing its MSRP by $60 on all trim levels compared to the 2013 model.
That means the 2014 Yaris two-door hatch will start at $15,225 including a $725 destination fee. The only notable change the Japanese automaker has made to the Yaris for 2014 is the addition of daytime running lights as standard equipment. The Yaris will continue to be powered by a 1.5-liter engine with 106 hp and 103 lb-ft of torque, while transmission choices include a five-speed manual and four-speed automatic.
Those looking for the base-model sedan will have to pay $16,250. The two-door Yaris L, which comes with the four-speed automatic as standard, costs $725 more than the base model. Those looking for a little more convenience can opt for the 2014 Yaris LE, which starts at $16,810 in two-door form and $17,285 in four door. The LE includes remote keyless entry, power windows, power side-view mirrors, 60/40 split folding rear seat, and cruise control.
The top-of-the-line SE four-door starts at $17,335 for the manual and $18,135 for the automatic. The Yaris SE also gets a leather-trimmed steering wheel with audio controls, 16-inch wheels, a body kit, rear spoiler, fog lights, and revised seats.
The 2014 Toyota Yaris is rated at 30 mpg in the city and 37 mpg on the highway and.
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