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Toyota Yaris Cross Coolant Type

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Toyota Yaris Cross

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You can find 3 different trims for the Toyota Yaris Cross and their corresponding recommended coolant type.

The years available stretch from 2021 through to 2024 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.

The Yaris Cross first made its debut in 2020. This was fairly unsurprising given the popularity of both the original Yaris and crossover SUVs.

Of course, there has only been a single generation of the model to be released since then.

Toyota first released the model for the Japanese and Australian markets in 2020. It was then released in other markets like Europe in 2021.

As its name suggests, it is simply a crossover version of the Yaris. This means that it features a slightly more rugged exterior style and increased ride height.

The Yaris Cross is currently one of the smallest models like the Toyota SUV family, sitting between the Aygo X and CH-R.

Competition from outside of Toyota has typically come from the likes of the Ford Puma, Nissan Juke, Peugeot 2008, and Volkswagen T-Roc.

Like a number of Toyota models, trim levels are dependent on the region in question. The most notable of these include the trims like the Icon, Design, Excel, and Sport. Certain regions also received the Adventure trim package.

Toyota has kept the engine options fairly limited. These consist of only a 1.5 L inline-3, which is used for both petrol and hybrid models. The hybrid version is powered by a 59 kW attached to the front wheels and a 3.9 kW motor for the rear.

Typical to a number of Toyota offerings, there has not been a single diesel engine offered and there will likely not be one in the future.

These engines have been coupled with a CVT or an eCVT for the petrol and hybrid versions respectively.