2019 Toyota Yaris front fascia and headlights

Introducing the 2019 Toyota Yaris

The Toyota Yaris sedan variant is making a lot of changes for the 2019 model year, including with its name. Formerly the Toyota Yaris iA, the 2019 Toyota Yaris Sedan will now be available in three trim levels and will come equipped with a larger and more varied feature set. Find additional details of the changes and updates for the 2019 Toyota Yaris Sedan below.

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2019 Toyota Yaris Sedan Changes and Updates

2019 Toyota Yaris Sedan touchscreen display
2019 Toyota Yaris Sedan steering wheel and dashboard
2019 Toyota Yaris Sedan front seats

Like we mentioned above, the 2019 Yaris Sedan will be available in three trim levels: L, LE, and XLE. The release of new trim levels open up available features that previous Yaris iA sedans didn’t have including leatherette upholstery, automatic climate control, power side mirrors with LED turn signal indicators, LED headlights, illuminated entry, and more. The 2019 Toyota Yaris Sedan will also come standard with new features including a honeycomb front grille, power-operated side mirrors, push-button start, increased active safety, and more.

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Standard Safety

Previously, the Toyota Yaris iA sedan was one of the only models in the Toyota lineup that did not include a standard Toyota Safety Sense active safety suite as standard. While the 2019 Toyota Yaris Sedan won’t have the traditional Toyota Safety Sense system, the standard active safety equipment has been improved and will include Dynamic Stability Control, Traction Control, Brake Assist, Brake Over-Ride, and a Low-Speed Pre-Collision System. The Pre-Collision system features automatic emergency braking that can automatically push the brakes if no driver intervention is detected after visual and audio warnings of an impending collision.

Look for the 2019 Yaris Sedan to hit the Ackerman Toyota lot sometime in the fall of 2018. Until then, view the current Yaris iA inventory or keep following the blog for regular updates on the new model.