With fuel prices soaring, more drivers ever day are turning to hybrid vehicles for their commuting needs. Of course, it's worth noting that not everyone can afford the advanved technology that's under the hood of a model like the mid-size Toyota Prius. That's where the subcompact segment comes into play. These vehicles are often smaller in size, with an efficient, pure-gasoline engine that allows for hybrid-like fuel economy without the hybrid price tag and style.
For some, this segment has been defined by minimalist features and lackluster design. Just look at the wide range of competition that has been on the market recently. Toyota, however, knows that small vehicles don't always have to be lacking, and the 2012 Toyota Yaris is proof of that.
In its 2012 model year, the Yaris has gained a wide range of standard features. In fact, Toyota is even going as far as to claim that they've packed the second-generation Yaris is $1,000 worth of equipment without raising the price!
So can Toyota win drivers over with more goodies in the 2012 Yaris? As it turns out, yes. Critics are praising the 2012 Yaris for feeling more like a compact or mid-size car than a subcompact. The vehicle's performance, handling, and design have all been upgraded to fit the style of those looking for a high-fuel economy alternative to the typical mid-size hybrid option.
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