NEW Toyota Yaris Cross review – an SUV that can ACTUALLY do 100mpg!! | What Car?



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The Toyota Yaris Cross is an SUV that is amazingly frugal, but is there more to it than it mpgs? Watch to find out

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Video chapters:
0:00 What is the Yaris Cross?
1:08 Interior design
3:48 Rear seats and practicality
5:20 The hybrid engine
7:27 Driving impressions
8:06 Pricing and fuel efficiency
9:01 Trim levels
9:25 Verdict and outro

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45 thoughts on “NEW Toyota Yaris Cross review – an SUV that can ACTUALLY do 100mpg!! | What Car?”

  1. Who cares if the ford puma is slightly better to drive? This Yaris will still be running when the ford had been recycled.

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  2. Picked mine up 3 days ago in the design spec. First hybrid for me and I love it. Stable, comfortable drive. Glad I got it 👍😊

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  3. Great and very practical review as I am currently considering this trim level. I was considering the CHR, but this review has pushed the Yaris Cross to the top of my list based on its real world mpg.

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  4. Nice car,I would never go for a hybrid either battery or diesel you still have plugs,belt, oil,exhaust,emissions and more to worry about at mot time.

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  5. I got my Yaris Cross two months ago, and I am a happy camper 🙂 – in my country we do not have the English levels, mine is called a "style" and has a medium package with panorama roof and tech package, and no AWD – I dont need that – but I do have a removable trailer hook, for bike transport, a small trailer and maybe a camplet for camping in the future. I think it has plentifull oompf, you can set the car in eco (green) normal or red mode, and in red mode it reacts quite potently. Longer hauls are not as economical as short drives, but it handles well, especially the driving assistance and adaptive cruise control works as a charm, and makes driving easy and stressless. The automatic highbeams (not the fully automatic highbeam), works much better that on the old Yaris, maybe because it's a higher SUV car? What I like the most is the height of the drivers seat, plus the CVT its so easy and comfortable!

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  6. if you like the mpg of this, do the same drive and test in the Yaris, they are so efficient it’s mad. Comfy, relaxed and reliable, fantastic product if a little boring

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  7. How is the electrical power supply element included within the overall mpg? What assumptions are used in terms of how the electricity is generated and supplied to the vehicle and how its then used in its hybrid configuration?

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  8. Looks nice but why only a 36liter tank… they could have put a 50 in there… The bigger sibling Corolla Cross looks even more interesting if they bring it to the UK..

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  9. I’ve tested several small SUV’s in the last 6 months and the Yaris Cross is the only car I would consider to buy to replace my Vitara.

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  10. I think Toyota is looking at bringing the Yaris Cross to the US market, probably assembled in Mexico. They may need a competitor against the Nissan Kics and Hyundai Venue.

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  11. I feel reviewers need to get over cvts and ecvts. There are so many about it shows how far removed from the real world cat reviewers really are.

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  12. The AWD model comes with independent rear suspension which will pay back the extra investment on every potholed road you travel upon.

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  13. The cars which India deserve is this. But we get rebadged versions of suzuki cars. I dont know what toyota thinking in India.

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  14. I have tested this car too. The most complete version. The weakest point is the engine. Starting 60 km/h and higher it makes noise during the acceleration. It must be a stronger engine for this car weight.

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  15. I run the puma atm and love it, especially the mega box, but am very tempted by the Yaris cross especially as retirement is only four years away, this would be perfect for me not fully electric so no range anxiety for those longer journeys, it seems the best of both worlds

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  16. Harder materials are easier to clean and keep clean!!! Unless it is going to shatter in ones face on impact, what's not to like?

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  17. Why does What car continually compare everything to a VAG car? Do they believe everyone magically knows what the Skoda is like and can make a valuable comparison?

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  18. Just bought one which be delivered in June – could'nt get the 4×4 as that would take too long Nov/Dec. Once I understood how the CVT worked it was no problem – presumably if you need a burst of speed you just have to suffer the noise. Economy is great and the 10 year or 100,000 warranty, found the car comfortable to drive felt much higher up – my existing Yaris is ten years old with well over 100,000 on the clock and has cost me virtually nothing in repairs so they threatened to send out a man to set fire to it ! If it fails its MOT in May they will give me a free car until the new one comes – no one beats their customer service.

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  19. Why the hell do car reviewers focus on BS like materials? It's not a luxury vehicle! All of these reviews are the same, they say the exact same thing over and over. Who buys a car like this for soft touch materials? I buy Toyota for the simple fact that they are the most reliable and I get my money's worth. I buy a specific model based on my needs and my budget. Then you compare it to garbage like a Ford Puma or VW…seriously? A few centimeters more of knee room and boot space? You think that would sway someome to buy a Ford over a Toyota? I'm not saying everyone should buy a Toyota but all manufacturers have access to the same materials and should strive to be as reliable as Toyota.

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