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Toyota Yaris vs rivals - specifications

 Toyota Yaris TR 1.3Mazda 2 Tamura 1.3Suzuki Swift SZ4 1.2Ford Fiesta Centura 1.25
On the road price/total as tested£13,260/£13,680£11,830/£11,830£12,505/£12,895£13,995/£14,395
Residual value (after 3yrs/36,000)£5,300/40.0%£5,001/42.3%£5,150/41.2%£5,052/36.1%
Depreciation£7,960£6,829£7,355£8,943
Annual tax liability std/higher rate£411/£822£235/£471£249/£498£418/£836
Annual fuel cost (12k/20k miles)£2,064/£3,441£2,258/£3,764£2,307/£3,845£2,185/£3,642
Ins. group/quote/road tax band/cost8/£457/D/£9511/£572/C/£309/£588/C/£306*/£513/D/£95
Cost of 1st/2nd/3rd service£149/£254/£98£145/£245/£185£154/£255/£218£143/£150/£191
Length/wheelbase3,885/2,510mm3,920/2,490mm3,850/2,430mm3,950/2,489mm
Height/width1,510/1,695mm1,475/1,695mm1,510/1,695mm1,481/1,722mm
Engine4cyl in-line/1,329cc4cyl in-line/1,349cc4cyl in-line/1,242cc4cyl in-line/1,242cc
Peak power/revs 99/6,000 bhp/rpm83/6,000 bhp/rpm93/6,000 bhp/rpm81/5,800 bhp/rpm
Peak torque /revs125/4,000 Nm/rpm121/3,500 Nm/rpm118/4,800 Nm/rpm114/4200 Nm/rpm
Transmission 6-spd man/fwd5-spd man/fwd5-spd man/fwd5-spd man/fwd
Fuel tank capacity/spare wheel42 litres/sp. saver43 litres/sp. saver42 litres/sp. saver45 litres/repair kit
Boot capacity (seats up/down) 286/768 litres250/787 litres213/562 litres295/979 litres
Kerbweight/payload/towing weight1,065/405/900kg1,035/450/900kg1,020/460/1,000kg1,098/397/600kg
Turning circle/drag coefficient11.0 m/0.29Cd9.2 metres/N/A10.4 metres/N/A10.2 metres/N/A
Basic warranty (miles)/recovery5yrs (100,000)/1yr3yrs (60,000)/3yrs3yrs (60,000)/1yr3yrs (60,000)/1yr
Service intervals/UK dealers10,000 (1yr)/18412,500/159 9,000/15012,500 (1yr)/781
Driver Power manufacturer/dealer pos.16th/4th18th/22nd31st/20th20th/28th
Euro NCAP: Adult/child/ped./starsN/A5/4/2/89**94/82/62/55/4/3/92**
0-60/30-70mph10.8/10.7 secs11.8/13.4 secs11.3/11.3 secs12.9/13.4 secs
30-50mph in 3rd/4th 41.5/62.8/52.3mpg44.1/65.7/55.4mpg46.3/64.2/56.5mpg38.2/62.8/50.4mpg
50-70mph in 5th/6th 5.7/8.6 secs7.6/12.6 secs6.3/9.5 secs7.5/11.0 secs
Top speed/rpm at 70mph 13.7/18.2 secs20.4 secs/N/A16.9 secs/N/A19.8 secs/N/A
Braking 70-0/60-0/30-0mph 109mph/3,000rpm106mph/3,000rpm103mph/3,100rpm104mph/3,100rpm
Noise levels outside/idle/30/70mph50.4/37.3/9.1m51.4/37.0/9.3m50.1/36.8/9.3m50.7/37.5/8.8m
Auto Express economy/range55/43/62/69dB57/46/58/68dB55/42/58/68dB55/42/58/67dB
Govt urban/extra-urban/combined 36.1mpg/334 miles33.0/312 miles32.3/298 miles34.1mpg/338 miles
Actual/claimed CO2/tax bracket181/123g/km/15%198/119g/km/10%202/116g/km/10%191/129g/km/15%
Airbags/Isofix/rear parking sensorsSeven/yes/noSix/yes/DFOSeven/yes/noFive/yes/yes
Air-conditioning/leather/heated seatsYes/no/noYes/no/yesYes/no/yesYes/no/no
Auto gearbox/stability/cruise control£1,000/yes/no£895/no/no£1,000/yes/no£1,000/yes/no
Metallic paint/xenon lights/keyless go£420/no/no£420/no/no£390/no/yesYes/no/no
Sat-nav/USB connection/BluetoothYes/yes/yesDFO/no/yesNo/yes/noDFO/£400^/£400^
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