Used Toyota Yaris Hybrid cars for sale
We've got a fantastic selection of used Toyota Yaris Hybrid cars for sale. Every used Toyota Yaris Hybrid has a full history check and has been through a thorough mechanical inspection. All our Toyota Yaris Hybrid cars are available only from trusted dealers, are all less than nine years old and come with a 14-day returns guarantee*
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Used Toyota Yaris Hybrid pros and cons
+ Efficient hybrid engine
+ Great to drive
+ Good equipment as standard
- Engine can be noisy
- Firm ride on larger wheels
- Not particularly practical
Is a used Toyota Yaris Hybrid a good car?
The Toyota Yaris Hybrid is no longer the bland and uninspiring car it once was. The latest model has a sporty appearance with a fun driving experience to boot.
Competing with the excellent Ford Fiesta and Volkswagen Polo means the Yaris Hybrid has to be good, and one way that it stands out is its fuel-sipping hybrid engine. It really is economical, so if low running costs are key this is a great option.
Styling is another key selling point for the Yaris Hybrid, which gets a genuinely aggressive front end that appears to take styling cues from Toyota’s sportier models, such as the GR Supra. This is particularly noticeable on versions with larger wheels.
The inside is not as stylish as the outside, but it does come with a decent amount of equipment.
What to look for when buying a used Toyota Yaris Hybrid
The latest Toyota Yaris Hybrid has only been on sale for a couple of years so any recurring faults will be difficult to spot at this point. However, Toyota has an excellent reliability record, particularly when it comes to hybrid engines, so there’s little risk when it comes to the Yaris Hybrid’s longevity.
As a city car it’s always worth looking out for bumps and scrapes in the bodywork that might be hiding worse damage underneath. You should also take extra care when looking for alloy wheel damage that could have affected the tyre.
When test driving models with larger alloy wheels, pay close attention to the ride quality. It can be a bit firmer on these wheels, which has led to complaints from customers. You want to know if this will bother you before you pay for the car.
Toyota Yaris Hybrid FAQs
The engine line-up is simple, with just one option. It’s a 1.5-litre petrol that works alongside an electric motor. Its 116hp is more than enough for a car for this size, and you should see over 60mpg, too.
The Toyota Yaris Hybrid has a top speed of 108mph – though you should only do this where it’s safe and legal to do so.
The Yaris Hybrid is 3,940mm long, 1,745mm wide (excluding door mirrors)and 1,500mm tall (or 1,505mm with the panoramic roof). Its wheelbase is 2,560mm.
The towing capacity of the Toyota Yaris Hybrid is 450kg.
With a score of five out of five in Euro NCAP, scoring more than 80% in both adult and child occupant segments, the Toyota Yaris Hybrid is a safe car. It only scored 57% for its safety assist systems, but this is quite normal for smaller, less expensive cars.
Toyota has a great reputation for reliability and the Yaris Hybrid is no different. There are few complaints from customers and the hybrid engine is unlikely to cause any trouble.
Yes, like most small hatchbacks, the Yaris Hybrid is front-wheel drive, which has benefits for cost and economy.
The Toyota Yaris Hybrid is a hatchback. This is a body style popular with smaller cars that means the boot door opens upward with the rear window.
The Yaris Hybrid is made at Toyota’s Valenciennes factory in Northern France. The 1.5-litre hybrid engine is made at the firm’s Jelcz-Laskowice factory in Poland.
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