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2007 Toyota Yaris Liftback and sedan
MPG: 34/33
Estimated cost: N/A

Generally speaking, Consumer Reports is not enthusiastic about the Yaris, but it is very reliable and fuel-efficient. The magazine's test drivers complain of poor emergency handling, a noisy passenger compartment and long braking distances when not equipped with anti-lock brakes.

Consumer Reports doesn't recommend the hatchback version (the "Liftback" is shown here) because it performed too poorly on its emergency handling tests.

Used pricing for this vehicle is not yet available.

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Last updated June 03 2008: 4:14 PM ET
Source: Fuel economy and Estimated Cost according to Consumer Reports' testing. Estimated Cost may include versions not named.