The Toyota Yaris cross is a B-segment crossover that’s created contend with the likes of the Nissan Juke, Renault Captur, Peugeot 2008 as well as Skoda Kamiq.
Toyota’s smallest SUV is offered to buy now with very first deliveries expected in September. There are five specs of the Yaris cross to select from, starting from the entry-level icon to the range-topping Premiere Edition.
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Icon designs begin from £22,515 as well as include an eight-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay as well as Android automobile compatibility as standard. next up is style – starting from £24,140 – this gets larger 17-inch wheels and LED headlights. From £26,745, you can get an Excel design – which includes 18-inch alloy wheels, a kick-activated opening boot, nine-inch touchscreen as well as a heated steering wheel. Optional four-wheel drive begins with the dynamic design at £28,825 as well as the top-spec Premiere edition starts at £28,185 (rising to £30,545 for the all-wheel drive variant).
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The Premiere edition is a restricted version which will only be offered for the very first 12 months of the car’s release.
New 2021 Toyota Yaris Cross: platform as well as powertrain
The Yaris cross is the firm’s second European design to be based on the smallest version of Toyota’s new worldwide design (TNGA) platform. It’s a scalable set of chassis elements which underpin whatever from the Yaris as well as Corolla, to the RAV4 as well as American saloons.