Toyota Yaris Cross variants
Total price
Monthly payment
Figures are based on a 20% deposit
Save more on your next car

Showing 1 - 9 of 9 results

Finance representative example (PCP)

Total cash price £21,999. Borrowing £17,599 with a £4,400 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

49 monthly payments
Fixed interest rate
Total amount payable
Cost of credit
Optional final payment
Annual mileage limit
6000 miles

Toyota Yaris Cross buying guide

What Toyota Yaris Cross trim levels are there?

The first is Icon trim, which is far from basic. You get alloy wheels, keyless entry and push-button start, automatic air conditioning, adaptive cruise control, phone connectivity and a reversing camera.

Design is next, offering snazzier wheels that are a size bigger, LED lights all round, privacy glass, roof rails and individually folding rear seats.

Next up is high-spec Excel, with heated front seats, 18-inch wheels, a tailgate that’ll open if you waggle your foot under the bumper, a heated steering wheel, blind-spot monitoring.

Top-spec GR Sport brings a host of cosmetic changes that give a sportier flavour inside and out.

Toyota Yaris Cross interior and technology

The Yaris Cross has quite a functional interior design, with an emphasis placed on user-friendliness. Besides the touchscreen jutting out of the dashboard, there are physical buttons for many controls, which are easy to use and adjust on the move. As mentioned, there’s a good level of standard equipment, and the inclusion of Android Auto and Apple CarPlay means you can use your phone’s apps through the screen and bypass Toyota’s system.

Toyota has used materials that feel hard-wearing and durable, and there are plusher materials used in areas you’ll touch – such as the leather-wrapped gearlever and steering wheel.

The rear seat space is a little better than in the Yaris hatchback, but tall adults may feel a little snug. Boot space is much more generous than in the Yaris – the Yaris Cross’ 397 litres is nearly 120 litres up on the Yaris hatchback. Even though the boot is a little oddly shaped, you should still find it much easier to load bulky items into the Yaris Cross than the Yaris.

Toyota Yaris Cross range explained

(Most popular) Toyota Yaris Cross 1.5 Hybrid

Keeping your choice simple, all Yaris Crosses come with a frugal 1.5-litre petrol engine coupled to an electric motor and a small battery. It feels faster than the numbers suggest, due to the low-down power from the electric motor, and feels nippy enough around town. The Yaris Cross can manage short distances or stop-start traffic using electric power alone, helping you achieve impressive economy figures.

Officially, the Yaris Cross manages up to 64mpg, although this is only for the Icon trim with its modest 16-inch wheels. Stepping up to the Design trim and its 17-inch wheels doesn’t drastically reduce fuel economy, but cars on 18-inch wheels can promise up to 56mpg. That’s still a little better than mild-hybrid or petrol rivals like the Ford Puma or SEAT Arona.


The Yaris Cross was introduced to the UK market in 2021, and all cars are chunkily styled small SUVs with five doors, hybrid technology and an automatic gearbox. Four-wheel-drive versions have been offered, but most cars are front-wheel drive.

At a whisker under 4.2 metres long, the Yaris Cross sits exactly between the Yaris and Corolla hatchbacks. It’s noticeably taller than both, and a little wider than the Yaris as a result of its cladded wheel arches. But you shouldn’t find it an issue to park in tight spaces, especially as a reversing camera is fitted to every trim level.

If you’re after an easy-to-drive, economical small car with the potential for excellent reliability, the Yaris Cross is easy to recommend. It won’t excite keen drivers like a Ford Puma will, and certain rivals are a little more spacious, but there’s plenty to like about the Yaris Cross.