2007 Toyota Yaris Overview


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Average User Score

4.25 stars

Based on 70 reviews

Convenient by Nick
 — I had my 2007 Yaris hatchback for about 4 years before I totaled it. Overall, I enjoyed this car. Performance wise, its a great car. I never had any mechanical problems with the car and it was great ... Read More
I Love My Car And Would Buy This Again And Again. by Lani
 — Love my car but I know it's not for everyone. It's super light, only 104 horses, and doesn't handle like a street rod by any means, but I trust the Toyota brand and I've had no major problems with it,... Read More
I Traded In My Ford Ranger As A Down Payment For A Second Yaris. by ellenbetty
 — I love how Toyota moved the speedometer to the center of the dash. I installed my aftermarket navigation system behind the steering wheel. Love how the 3 door hatchback has 4 glove boxes. As a disa... Read More

2007 Toyota Yaris Overview

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2007 Toyota Yaris

The Toyota Yaris is brand new for 2007, having replaced the short-lived Toyota Echo as the company's sub-compact, entry-level car. The 2007 Toyota Yaris, however, offers much more personality than the Echo did.

The 2007 Toyota Yaris is available in three trim levels: the base sedan, the S sedan and the Liftback. With its cute, snub-nosed appearance, center-mounted gauges and extra interior compartments, the Liftback is getting the most attention. The sedan is a little less cute and a little more sporty-looking, with a more refined interior, featuring amenities such as illuminated gauges and height-adjustable front seats. The S sedan includes an MP3 player hookup on the AM/FM/CD stereo, lower body skirting and 15-inch wheels. All three come with a 106-horsepower 1.5-liter engine and are available with either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic.

Drivers love the appearance, affordability and value of the 2007 Toyota Yaris, which gets up to 40 mpg on the highway. They also report that the 2007 Toyota Yaris is surprisingly fun to drive for an entry-level car, offers plenty of interior space. Many users do not like the unusual placement of the gauges and find that some of the compartments are difficult to reach from the driver's seat. Drivers have also complained that the 2007 Yaris can be a little noisy.


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Toyota Yaris Questions


I Connect The Battery Cable In The Wrong Position And Now The Won't Acceler...

Gentlemen I need some help about my yaris 2007, I connect the battery cables in the wrong position and now the car won't accelerate....any help

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2007 Toyota Yaris Problems

It all started with the passenger side airbag light coming on; after that the heater stopped working, the power steering went, headlights have to be on for turn signals to work, the alternator dies, a...

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After Dissconecting A Reconnecting The Battery On A 2007 Yaris I Now Have B...

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After Replacing The Battery Of A Toyota Yaris 2007, I Started The Car And T...

I must keep on pressing on the gas pedal in order for the car to stay on Please advice what to do in such situation email is eschoop@gironet.com

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Miles Per Gallon

Just curious if anyone knows the answer to this question, when the last bar is blinking on your fuel gauge, how many gallons is there left/miles are left before running out of gas. I usually conside...

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