There's no ifs ands or buts, the Toyota Yaris has got individuals talking. At long last, here's a Toyota that can take the battle to the Honda City and the Hyundai Verna, and obviously, car purchasers are as of now adding it to their waitlists. In any case, in the event that you happen to be one of them and will sit tight for a diesel-engined Yaris, don't, for it may not occur by any stretch of the imagination.
The Yaris was disclosed at Auto Expo 2018 with a 1.5-liter, 108hp, four-barrel petroleum motor. At the uncover, Toyota authorities remained tight-lipped on the possibility of there being a diesel Yaris later on as they confront an indistinguishable predicament from different carmakers – propelling new items previously the new BS-VI emanation standards kick in.
The way things are, the main little limit diesel Toyota offers in India is the 1.4-liter unit that does obligation in the Etios twins and in the Corolla. The 1.4 isn't BS-VI-agreeable, and may even be dropped from the Etios and Corolla ranges come 2020. While it is as yet examining the circumstance, Toyota is indeterminate about building up another, BS-VI-consistent motor as it would involve noteworthy speculation and drive the diesel variation's cost to a point where it'd turned out to be uncompetitive. It is more probable that Toyota may pick to present a cross breed form of the Yaris, yet even that will probably be some time away.
As far as its size, the Yaris is somewhat littler generally speaking than its adversaries, with both, the City and the Verna, being longer by 15mm long and 50mm in the wheelbase. However, it's the Ciaz that is the longest long (by 65mm) and wheelbase (by 100mm).When it comes to stature, the City is taller by 20mm and the Verna by 10mm. Notwithstanding, the Yaris and the Ciaz are the broadest autos here. By and large, the Maruti is the biggest of the four average size cars, and is yet one of the lightest of the part; it is additionally offered with the biggest haggles thickest elastic.
The Yaris will be offered with the alternative of a six-speed manual or a seven-speed (step) CVT, and will likewise highlight some section firsts, for example, a controlled driver's seat and front stopping sensors, among others. Toyota's City contender is relied upon to be valued between Rs 8.4 - 13.5 lakh when it is propelled in the long stretch of May.