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New Toyota Yaris hybrid crossover to cost from £22,515

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Toyota has said that prices for its upcoming Yaris Cross will start at £22,515.

The new crossover shares the regular Yaris hatchback’s platform but its high-riding driving position and extra ground clearance make it similar to an SUV.

Its hybrid powertrain has a 1.5-litre petrol engine and electric motor making 114bhp with what Toyota has called ‘generous’ electric driving capabilities.


The UK will have four trims as well as a high-spec Premiere Edition for early adopters.

The entry-level model – Icon – is only available with front-wheel drive.

It’ll cost from £22,515, with equipment including 16-inch alloy wheels, Toyota Safety Sense driver assistance technology, an eight-inch infotainment screen, reversing camera and air conditioning.

Toyota Yaris Cross rear April 2021

The Design trim, starting at £24,140, offers 17-inch alloys, LED headlights and rear lights, aluminium roof rails, black headlining and rear privacy glass.


Excel models get 18-inch alloys, a nine-inch infotainment system, heated steering and front seats, plus intelligent parking sensors, with prices beginning at £26,745.

The top-spec Dynamic starts at a slightly lower price – £26,465 – but can be specced with all-wheel drive, starting from £28,825. Key upgrades include a ‘more distinctive SUV appearance’ package, dual-zone air conditioning and dark grey 18-inch alloy wheels.

The Premiere Edition, meanwhile, is also available in front- and all-wheel drive, priced from £28,185 and £30,545 respectively.

It has a massive specification, including machined 18-inch alloy wheels, black leather seats, a JBL eight-speaker sound system, 10-inch colour head-up display, plus bi-tone paint finish.

UK orders will start on May 4 ahead of the first test drives in August, with customer deliveries expected to begin in September.

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Darren is a staff writer for Car Dealer parent company Blackball Media. He has been writing about cars for eight years and tests all the latest models on sale, with previous experience at Car Throttle and DriveTribe.

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