Toyota adds to Yaris line-up
Toyota has added two new models to its Yaris supermini range - the T Spirit and SR models will go on sale from January 2011 onwards.
Toyota has upgraded its range-topping Yaris supermini, with the fully-loaded models now getting plenty of extra equipment. Based on the current top-selling TR trim, the T Spirit and SR models will go on sale in January next year.
The T Spirit package includes an integrated TomTom satellite navigation system with both Bluetooth and USB connectivity, eight-spoke alloy wheels, climate control, rear parking sensors and chrome trim pieces for the front foglights.
The best news is that the extra kit comes at no extra cost as this model costs £11,695 - exactly the same price as the current TR version.
The SR package is designed to be a little more sporty, and includes Toyota Motorsport 16-inch alloys, a roof spoiler at the back, extra chrome detailing and darkened rear privacy glass, plus a TomTom sat-nav and climate control. The SR costs £13,215, which is a £750 price premium on the standard TR model.
The T Spirit package is available with all engine and gearbox combinations, while the SR can only be had with the 1.33-litre petrol engine and one of three paint finishes - which are Cirrus White, Chilli Red and Crystal Silver.
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