Toyota's popular Yaris hatchback and sedan models have rolled in for a mid-life refresh that includes a host of new features.
The Yaris Hatch range remains unchanged with either a 51-kW 1.0-litre powering the three- or five-door T1 derivatives, while the 63-kW 1.3-litre unit doing duty in the five-door T3s.
However, styling changes have been effected to the Yaris hatchback and include revised front and rear bumpers, a new grille, fresh headlamps and new detailing for the tail lamp clusters.
Interior changes include new upholstery, a new instrument cluster adding multi-information display for the T3 derivatives and an audio jack as standard across the range.
Furthermore, the T1 A/C models gain a radio with front-loading CD player and MP3 compatibility, while the T3 A/C now has electric operation for its side mirrors.
T3+ models have been bolstered with Bluetooth function with voice controls, two extra speakers, leather-covered steering wheel with adjustable for reach with audio satellite controls and a leather-covered gearstick housing.
Changes to the Yaris Sedan range are limited to the car's physical appearance.
A new grille and bumpers and, with the exception of the base T3 A/C model, side indicator integrated into the side mirrors have been added.
The T3 Spirit automatic has been dropped from the range, although an automatic is still offered on the T3+ specification.
T1 three-door - R105 400
T1 three-door with A/C - R118 800
T1 five-door - R114 700
T1 five-door with A/C - R125 700
T3 with A/C - R138 100
T3+ - R150 300
T3+ with A/T - R161 600
T3 Spirit - R165 300
T3 with A/C - R140 700
T3+ - R152 900
T3+ with A/T - R164 300
T3 Spirit - R167 000