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Top 20: Your most-read reviews in 2020

Yesterday we took a look at the vehicle models which garnered the most review-reads in 2020, but what happens when we break it down further and look at the individual reviews you read most? There were some big launches across a lot of key segments in a year where traditional launch programs and motor shows were all but non-existent...

Urgent safety recall and “stop-delivery” notice on Toyota Yaris Hybrid

Toyota Australia has issued an urgent bulletin advising dealers to stop deliveries of the Yaris Hybrid and Yaris Cross Hybrid due to a safety concern with the hybrid system that could cause the vehicle to stop suddenly. The hybrid recall affects approximately 1300 vehicles that have either already been delivered to customers or are in showroom stock waiting to be sold...

Sorry kids, Toyota says there won’t be a GR Yaris Cross – even though it looks good to go

The Toyota Yaris Cross city SUV looks ready for anything, with its high-riding stance and nimble appearance. Yes, we know this image above is an artist impression of what a possible tie-up with Subaru could look like. Fingers crossed that happens, because it could lead to a Toyota GR Yaris Cross...

2021 Toyota Yaris Cross price and specs: $26,990 to $37,990 plus on-road costs

The Toyota Yaris Cross  – the Japanese brand’s first pint-size SUV – will cost big bucks when it arrives in local showrooms from next month. Pricing announced today confirms the Toyota Yaris Cross will be available with a choice of petrol or hybrid power, in two-wheel-drive and electric all-wheel-drive...

2021 Toyota Yaris Cross launches in Japan, GR Parts and Modellista packages revealed

The upcoming 2021 Toyota Yaris Cross has made its Japanese-market debut this week, giving buyers a look at the wider line-up in its international form. Coming to Australia in late 2020 as a rival to models like the Hyundai Venue and Mazda CX-3, the Yaris Cross will debut here with a choice of petrol and petrol-electric hybrid powertrains...

2021 Toyota Yaris Cross revealed, Australian launch late 2020

Toyota has officially unveiled its smallest SUV ever, the Yaris Cross, ahead of an Australian launch later in 2020. Originally scheduled to debut at the cancelled Geneva motor show in March, the new model slots below the C-HR in the Japanese brand’s crossover line-up, measuring in at 4180mm long, 1765mm wide and 1560mm high, with a 2560mm wheelbase...