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Toyota Yaris Hatchback

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2020
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2020 Toyota Yaris Hatchback Ratings & Reliability
For 2020, the Toyota Yaris Hatchback is becoming a version of the Mazda sedan, that is also badged as a Yaris. It replaces the Yaris hatchback that was built by Toyota and stretches six inches longer than before. Like the sedan, it will be offered only in four-door configuration. The new car edges upmarket by focusing on two trims, LE and XLE. The infotainment system is navigation ready, just add an SD card from the dealership. And it is compatible with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The 1.5-liter engine puts out 106 horsepower, and it is matched with a six-speed automatic transmission. (The previous Yaris hatch that had an antiquated four-speed automatic.) We got 35 mpg overall when we tested the sedan with the same powertrain. The Yaris Hatchback comes standard with forward collision warning and low-speed automatic emergency braking.