Toyota has announced pricing for the updated Yaris sub-compact, which includes a modest price increase versus today’s version of the car. The 2018 car will wear a starting price of $15,635, with all versions of the car seeing a price increase ranging from $375 to $1,060.
The new Yaris can be summed up as a more grown up version of the car. The exterior styling is less “goofy” looking than the outgoing model; Toyota refers to this as a European influence in the car. Whatever it is, it’s welcomed, as is the additional standard equipment.
Toyota’s Safety Sense-C suite of gear is standard fare on the Yaris for 2018. That means every Yaris has pre-collision system, lane departure alert and auto high beams. A tilt steering wheel with audio controls is also now standard on all Yaris models. Other feature additions are trickling through the Yaris lineup, such as enhanced infotainment systems across the board.
Oddly enough, Toyota has not mentioned the engine selection for the 2018 Yaris just yet. The car will be assembled in France before arriving ashore later this summer.
Prices do not reflect destination charge, which can vary.