2023 Toyota Yaris Cross price and specs
Launched in late 2020, the Toyota Yaris Cross is the last in the Japanese automaker’s SUV lineup, joining the larger C-HR and Corolla Cross.
Prices start at $26,990 pre-road for the 2WD Yaris Cross GX gasoline engine and end at $37,990 pre-road for the Yaris Cross AWD Urban Hybrid.
Based on the same platform as the Yaris Hatch, the Yaris Cross serves as Toyota’s rival for the Ford Puma and Volkswagen T-Cross.
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Toyota offers the Yaris Cross with both petrol and hybrid powertrains, with the latter setting you back an extra $2000 over the petrol engine.
The Yaris Cross will also be offered in an all-wheel drive hybrid configuration for an additional $3,000 in addition to hybrid two-wheel drive.
A GR Sport variant was added to the Yaris Cross range in 2023.
It doesn’t have any changes to its powertrain, but has retuned suspension that’s said to help sharpen steering feel and response, and reduce body roll.
It is only available with hybrid drive and front-wheel drive.
- 2023 Toyota Yaris Cross GX: $26,990
- 2023 Toyota Yaris Cross GX Hybrid: $28,990
- 2023 Toyota Yaris Cross GXL: $29,990
- 2023 Toyota Yaris Cross GXL Hybrid: $31,990
- 2023 Toyota Yaris Cross GX AWD Hybrid: $31,990
- 2023 Toyota Yaris Cross Urban: $32,990
- 2023 Toyota Yaris Cross Urban Hybrid: $34,990
- 2023 Toyota Yaris Cross GXL AWD Hybrid: $34,990
- 2023 Toyota Yaris Cross GR Sport Hybrid: $35,840
- 2023 Toyota Yaris Cross Urban AWD Hybrid: $37,990
All prices are exclusive of road costs.
The front-wheel drive Toyota Yaris Cross is powered by a 1.5-liter petrol three-cylinder engine with an output of 88 kW and 145 Nm torque, which is coupled to a continuously variable transmission.
The hybrid model is powered by a 1.5 liter petrol engine with two electric motors for a total output of 85 kW. The combustion engine alone delivers 67 kW of power and 120 Nm of torque.
Four-wheel drive hybrid models have a third electric motor, located on the rear axle, which assists the front axle when slippage is detected at the front. The overall performance is the same.
The Toyota Yaris Cross petrol engine has a declared combined fuel consumption of 5.4 l/100 km.
The front-wheel hybrid Yaris Cross has a declared combined fuel consumption of 3.8 l/100 km, and with all-wheel drive this increases to 4.0 l/100 km.
The 2023 Toyota Yaris Cross is 4180mm long, 1765mm wide, 1590mm high and has a wheelbase of 2660mm.
The trunk of the two-wheel drive model measures 390 l. All-wheel drive models have 314 liters of luggage space.
The Yaris Cross was 30mm thicker and 90mm taller and 20mm wider than the City Hatch, it’s also 240mm longer despite sharing the same wheelbase.
service and guarantee
Like the wider Toyota range, the Toyota Yaris Cross is backed by a five-year unlimited mileage warranty.
Service intervals are every 15,000 km and are backed by Toyota’s limited price service, which is $250 per service for the first five years.
The Toyota Yaris Cross has a five-star safety rating based on tests conducted by ANCAP in 2021.
It received a score of 86 percent for adult occupant protection, 86 percent for child occupant protection, 78 percent for vulnerable road user protection, and 82 percent for safety assist.
The 2023 Toyota Yaris Cross comes standard with the following safety features:
- Autonomous emergency braking
- Lane Departure Warning
- Lane Departure Warning (lane centering)
- Traffic Sign Recognition
- Adaptive cruise control
- backup camera
- Eight airbags
The GXL and Urban get blind spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert.
The GX includes:
- 16 inch alloy wheels
- 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system
- 4.2 inch instrument cluster
- Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
- Keyless entry and start
- Steering wheel with leather accent
- 40/20/40 split/folding rear seat
- Three-year subscription to Toyota Connected Services
- Automatic high beam
- halogen headlights
- fabric upholstery
- 2 x Center Console Cup Holders
- 1 x USB port
- Spare tire (tire repair kit for AWD hybrid)
The GXL adds:
- Surround view camera
- Blind spot monitoring
- satellite navigation
- Parking assistance front and rear with parking brake
- LED headlights
- Rear privacy glass
The GR Sport adds:
- 18″ GR Sport alloy wheels
- GR Sport bumpers front and rear
- Red brake calipers front and rear with GR logo
- sports suspension
- Black exterior mirrors
- Black ultrasuede/leather upholstery
- GR logo on the steering wheel and front headrests
- Aluminum pedals
Above the GXL, the Urban adds:
- Head-Up Display
- Electrically adjustable driver’s seat
- Heatable front seats
- Seats with premium equipment
- Hands-free power tailgate
- 18 inch alloy wheels
- Painted grille
All models come standard with three years of Toyota Connected Services.
Ink mica color is standard, all other solid finishes are an option for $575.
- Frosted white
- Stunning silver
- Luna blue
- Nuclear Rush
Also available across the range except the GR Sport are:
- mineral blue
- Tuscan gold
The Urban has a $1350 charge for the following two-tone paint options:
- Atomic Rush with ink roof
- Tuscan Gold with ink roof
- Latte with ink roof
- Matt white with ink roof
- Mineral blue with ink roof
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