Toyota Yaris Hybrid 2023 Price in Pakistan. The new model employs the most recent iteration of our acclaimed hybrid electric powertrain, which provides improved fuel economy, fewer emissions, and the ability to run in zero-emission and zero-anxiety EV mode at significantly higher speeds and over longer distances.
The new Yaris reinforces the company’s position as a segment leader in safety. In addition to being the first Toyota with central airbags, the model includes a broader variety of Toyota Safety Sense features. These include a Pre-Collision System that can identify pedestrians even at night, as well as a segment-first Intersection Turn Assistance system that notifies the driver of potential collisions at road intersections.
Toyota Yaris Hybrid 2023 Price in Pakistan
The price of Toyota Yaris Hybrid 2023 in Pakistan is 62,73,000 to 71,13,000 PKR.
|Toyota Yaris Hybrid Icon||PKR 62,73,000 (Estimated)|
|Toyota Yaris Hybrid Design||PKR 65,74,000 (Estimated)|
|Toyota Yaris Hybrid Excel||PKR 71,13,000 (Estimated)|
|Toyota Yaris Hybrid GR Sport||PKR 71,13,000 (Estimated)|
Toyota Yaris Hybrid 2023 Price in USA
The price of Toyota Yaris Hybrid 2023 in US Dollar is $27,260 to $30,915.
|Toyota Yaris Hybrid Icon||$27,260 US Dollar (Estimated)|
|Toyota Yaris Hybrid Design||$28,570 US Dollar (Estimated)|
|Toyota Yaris Hybrid Excel||$30,915 US Dollar (Estimated)|
|Toyota Yaris Hybrid GR Sport||$30,915 US Dollar (Estimated)|
In contrast to many B-segment rivals, which have expanded dramatically in recent generations, the all-new Yaris is somewhat shorter than the outgoing model and has a lower overall height. It will be the smallest car in its class, yet cabin room and comfort have been greatly enhanced by extending the width, wheelbase, and wheel track.
The new GA-B platform provided our designers with more leeway in creating an eye-catching look that emphasized the new Yaris’ unique individuality. Its wider stance, shorter overhangs, and strong character lines accentuate the visual impression of the compacted proportions, presenting a sensation of forward speed. Bulging front and rear wings contribute to the sensation of tense muscles, emphasizing the car’s quickness and ready-to-go personality.
The massive grille and center Toyota symbol dominate the front elevation. The new headlights use LED technology (grade dependent) and have indications that alternate with the daytime running lights. The light modules also extend towards the front wheels, reducing the perceived length of the front overhang. The bonnet, on the other hand, appears longer than before, and the A-pillars have been shifted rearward to increase the driver’s forward visibility. The wheels are available in 16- and 17-inch sizes, with the former giving a 5.2m turning radius.
The interior of the all-new Yaris is filled with high-quality, sensory-rich materials that you’d expect to find in cars of a higher class. It also adheres to the less is more principle, which is intended to assist the driver in keeping their eyes on the road and their hands on the wheel.
“We worked on two primary factors to achieve this,” Suezawa added. “First, we increased visibility by lowering the instrument panel and moving the A-pillar further back. The front seats have also been shifted outwards to provide additional space between the driver and passenger. Second, we wanted the driver to be able to take in information with minimal eye movement, so we provided a huge colour head-up display.”
The driver’s sensation of control and connection to the vehicle is heightened by their posture behind the wheel. The front seats have been moved back 60mm, and the hip point has been lowered by 21mm, contributing to the car’s enhanced weight balance and more engaging driving posture. The multi-function steering wheel is also smaller in diameter and has a larger range of reach adjustment.
A ‘binocular’ metre layout within the instrument binnacle flanks a TFT multi-information display on Design grade vehicles and above, reducing driver attention. An eight-inch centre touchscreen is conveniently located, and a ten-inch colour head-up display (standard on the Launch Edition model) guarantees that important information ‘floats’ within the driver’s field of vision.
|Engine Type||1.5 Petrol Hybrid (116hp)|
|Valve Mechanism||DOHC 4-valve roller rocker (w/VVT-iE and VVT-i)|
|Fuel Injection System||Direct Multipoint Injection|
|Displacement (cc)||1490 cc|
|Number of Cylinders||3 Cylinder, In Line|
|Bore x Stroke (mm x mm)||80.5 x 97.6 mm|
|Maximum output (kW@rpm)||85 kW@rpm|
|Maximum output (DIN hp)||116 DIN hp|
|Maximum torque (Nm@rpm)||120/3600-4800 Nm@rpm|
|Total hybrid system output (kW)||85 kW|
|Total hybrid system output (DIN hp)||116 DIN hp|
|Electric Front Motor: Type||Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor|
|Electric Front Motor: Maximum output (kW)||59 kW|
|Electric Front Motor: Maximum torque (Nm)||141 Nm|
|Hybrid vehicle battery: Type||Lithium-ion|
|Hybrid vehicle battery: Capacity Ah (hr)||4.3 Ah|
|Acceleration 0-100 km/h (62 mph)||14.6 s|
|Top speed||160 km/h / 99 mph|
|Width without mirrors||1,745 mm|
|Front track||1,521 mm|
|Rear track||1,514 mm|
|Front overhang||790 mm|
|Rear overhang||590 mm|
|Curb weight||1130-1165 kg|
|Gross Weight||1615 kg|
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