Test Drive 2018 Toyota Yaris Ascent Hatch Automatic (Inferno)
- 1.3L Petrol
- Black (Fabric)
- 6.4 L/100km Combined[G3]
- Batch Number
- Body Style
- Engine Description
- Four cylinders, in-line, chain driven DOHC, Variable valve timing, four valves per cylinder, aluminium block and cross-flow head.
- Length 3945(mm), Width 1695(mm), Height 1510(mm) [H7]
- Boot Capacity
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We deliver this to you by providing quality and reliable new and used vehicles, high quality servicing & parts, and through the award-winning, friendly and knowledgeable staff available to attend to your motoring needs.
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