The third-generation Toyota Yaris was introduced in the United States as a 2012 model. Compared to the outgoing version of the hatchback, the new product visually looks more mature. The car becomes sportier: the front part is sharply defined, the roof line is slightly lowered; the wheelbase is extended and widened for better road behavior, giving more space inside. The hatchback, as before, is available in three- and five-door versions. The new generation Yaris has a rigid body with an increased content of high-strength steels, offers an improved set of safety systems and more standard options. The American version of Toyota Yaris has one engine - 1.5-liter, with a capacity of 106 hp.
In the passenger compartment
Component location. 1. Distribution block, 2. Fuse block, 3. Engine and transmission control unit (without start-stop system), 4. Start-stop system control unit, 5. Body electrical equipment control unit, 6. Heater relay, 7. Block relay, 8. Driver assistance systems control unit, 9. Engine and transmission control unit (with start-stop system), 10. Transmission control unit (LHD), 11. Gateway unit, 12. Wiper relay, 13. Amplifier key transponder, 14. Air conditioning amplifier, 15. Junction block, 16. Airbag control unit, 17. Gear selector lock control unit, 18. Power steering control unit, 19. Certification unit, 20. ID code block (with intelligent login and launch system).
|Passenger compartment relay box (No. 7 in the picture)|
|R1||Interior lighting (DOME CUT)|
|R2||until July. 2014: Front fog light (FR FOG)|
|from May 2015: (STP)|