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The new design of the nose is sporty and the headlights and grille combo are attractive.
Chrome door handles stand out, look a bit out of place here.
Performance isn't as strong as that of the City or for that matter even the Verna.
It would have looked better with bigger wheels; these 15-inch ones are a bit small.
Toyota Yaris has a slightly stiff suspension that allows it to take bad roads in its stride.
All four wheels get disc brakes on the V and VX versions.
Elongated headlamp unit looks good; note LED daytime running lights below.
One petrol engine is available for now; VX is the top trim.
107hp engine responds well to that important first tap on the throttle.
Cabin looks attractive, but quality levels are a bit of a mix.
Six footers will brush their heads, but for the rest of us rear seat works quite well.
Roof-mounted blower unit looks odd but performs well.
Automatic is a CVT with seven steps, performance is adequate.
Gesture control is a first for the segment; it works surprisingly well.
CVT automatic can be driven in manual mode for a more sporty drive.
First in segment powered driver's seat makes car feel special.
All three passengers at the rear get three point seat belts: nice.
Chunky buttons on the steering wheel easy to use on the move.
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