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1.5 Active (A)
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- 26.3km/L 110 bhp CVT (A)
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- 26.3km/L 110 bhp CVT (A)
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Toyota Yaris Cross Hybrid
3.5 stars - based on 4 reviews
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Car Review - Toyota Yaris Cross Hybrid 1.5 Excite (A)
The new Toyota Yaris Cross combines a bold design and ample equipment with an outstandingly efficient and easy-to-use hybrid powertrain.
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Comparison - Nissan Kicks e-POWER Hybrid vs Toyota Yaris Cross Hybrid
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Fuel saving and Unique looking mini SUV
Bought the Yaris Cross in February 2021 and only received it on September 2021. Initial delivery date was May 2021. A long waiting time with no compensation or service recovery from Borneo Motors. No courtesy loan vehicle was offered for the inconvenience caused. Take it or leave it attitude from the company. SEs were friendly but hands tied by company. Been driving it for almost 3 weeks, very good fuel economy and very unique looking mini SUV. However, very poorly/lousily spec-ed by Borneo Motors Singapore. Excite 1.5 Variant ($5K more than base model) Dislike: 1. No 18 inch wheels (same 16 inch wheels as the base model, unlike overseas variant) 2. No 360 panoramic camera (unlike overseas variant) 3. No build in/integrated GPS in infotainment system (needs to use wired Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, unlike overseas variant) 4. Dim halogen light bulbs used for interior lightings and car plate. 5. Cheap scratchy 90s feeling interior plastics and weird fabric at the door panel. 6. Gear lever console looks like old 90s. No leather gear shift gaiter cover (unlike overseas variant). 7. No Automatic Parking Assist (unlike overseas variant). 8. No Electric Tail Gate (unlike overseas variant). 9. No E-Four Variant offered (unlike overseas variant). 10. Currently no face lifted or adventure variant model offered. Like: 1. Very very good fuel economy 2. The unique looks 3. The integrated Heads Up Display (HUD) for Excite variant (the only reason to get Excite) The suspension is not as harsh compared to previous generation of Honda Vezel. Yaris Cross is a nice mini SUV only to be under spec-ed in Singapore by Borneo Motors.
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Review from 1time car buyer
I spent 4 mths looking at cars ranging from petrol to electric, entry to 170k, before placing a deposit on hybrid Yaris cross.
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Looks almost like a Yaris GR, from the rear at least...
The Yaris cross looks interesting, the rear really reminds of the Yaris GR hot hatch that everyone is going crazy about. The front reminds of some kind of insect, abit odd looking, but I can see how it might appeal to some people. The blacked-out headlights are a nice touch for me. While the exterior is all pretty cool, getting into the Yaris Cross immediately reminds of its price point. The interior feels rather low quality and design feels old. Lots of hard plastic is used in the construction of the interior. The engine isn't anything special, but it sure is sufficient for this relatively small car. The hybrid system also allows good fuel consumption. Not muich gripe about its powertrain.
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Tough Call
Disclaimer : Review is based only on test drives, do not own the car Pros - Refreshing bold Look - Good active safety features - Decent space internally for a small SUV - Very fuel efficient, much better than Kicks Epower. 25km/l is possible. 20km/l must be easy. - Ride quality is surprisingly good. Its damping is quite unlike the old econobox crashy small car. In fact it rides better than a BMW F20. This is its best trait ! - CarPlay ! Cons - Unrefined engine that turns on quite often - Cabin looks funky, but hard plastics everywhere. No proper arm rest for the driver nor rear passenger. The Nissan Note is alot better in this respect. The similarly priced Subaru XV feels like a limo next to this. E Power kicks which is already trashy, beats this. - Halogen headlamps for a high tech car ? - Kicks drives so much better. The hybrid system cuts in quite abruptly, and electric system provides little torque. If you are a heavy footer, u will hear the buzzy engine all the time. - dismal sound system In conclusion, funky looking car that rides very well, but with a disappointingly cheap interior for a $104K car. At this price you still have to live with 19th century halogen headlamps. A $95k Seat Arona is alot more fun to drive and a car I would rather drive. If you want the joy of new technology in the form of some electric drive, the Kicks drive better but it is nowhere as efficient. Would I buy one ? At $104k tough call. At $95K, I think I would.
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