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NB: All information contained in this Brief Guide are current at the time of printing. A/C and de-misting Lights Wipers Fuel tank opening Bonnet opening Eco-Driving 11 12 13 14 14 15 15 16 Introducing Yaris Thank you for buying a Yaris. We trust this Brief Guide will enable you to become familiar with your vehicle’s basic operations and assist you in enjoying your vehicle. Your Centre and everyone at Toyota wish you many years of enjoyable driving in your new Yaris. Please do read all documents in your pack as this will ensure you get maximum performance from your car and learn about related services offered. This Brief Guide does not replace or substitute the Owner’s Manual. 1 .Table of Contents Accessing your vehicle Electric windows and windows lock Steering wheel adjustment Seat and seat belt adjustment Instrument Panel overview Instrument Cluster Multi-information display Starting your vehicle 2–3 4 4 5 6–7 8 9 10 Gear change Stop & Start system (if equipped) Heating. It is important that you review the full Owner’s Manual as well as any further supplementary manuals as this will allow you to familiarise yourself with the operating and safety instructions and to handle the vehicle within its limitations. Toyota reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice. which you will find in the vehicle’s glove compartment.
duplicates can be made using the key number.Accessing your vehicle Vehicles without smart entry & start system 1. 2. Child rear door protection lock (5-door only) 1. 2 . Vehicles with smart entry & start system 1. Unlock. Move the lock lever to the "LOCK" position as shown on the label. Key number plate The Mechanical Key is stored within the Electronic Key. Unlocks the doors. If you should lose your keys or if you need additional keys. Locks the doors. Unlocks the doors. 2. Locks the doors. then the door cannot be opened with the inside door handle. 2. This is to prevent children from opening the rear doors. Lock.
Unlocks and locks the back door. 2. Unlocks the door (driver’s side only).Smart entry & start system (if equipped) 1. 2. Locks the door (driver’s side only). The front doors can be opened by pulling the inside handle even if the lock button is in the lock position. Door lock switch Type A Type B 1. Unlocks and locks the side doors. 1. Locks all the doors. 3 . 2. 3. Unlocks all the doors. Starts the engine.
4 . 2. After adjustment. 3. Closing One-touch closing (driver’s side only)* Opening One-touch opening (driver’s side only)* *: Pushing the switch in the opposite direction will stop window travel partway. 4. Use this switch to prevent children from accidentally opening or closing a passenger window. Steering wheel adjustment The steering wheel can be adjusted to a comfortable position Hold the steering wheel and push the lever down. The steering wheel must not be adjusted while the vehicle is in motion. pull the lever up to secure the steering wheel. Window lock switch Press the switch down to lock the passenger window switches. Adjust to the ideal position by moving the steering wheel horizontally and vertically.Electric windows and windows lock (on some models) The power windows can be opened and closed using the switches Operating the switch moves the windows as follows: 1.
4. Stow the rear seat belt buckles as shown. Lower the head seat restraint to the lowest position. 5 . Seat belts 3. Make sure that all occupants are wearing their seat belts before driving the vehicle. 2. Vertical seat height adjusting lever (on some models).Seat and seat belt adjustment Adjusting front seats Fold-down rear seat 1. To fasten your belt. The seat belt length automatically adjusts to your size and the seat position. pull it out of the retractor and insert the tab into the buckle. You will hear a click when the tab locks into the buckle. 1. Pull the seat back lock release knob and fold the seat back down. Seat back lock release lever (3 doors models). Each seat back may be folded separately. 3. 2. Seat position adjusting lever. Seat back angle adjusting lever.
Instrument Panel Overview AUX port/USB port* Gauge and meters Multi-information display Glove box Cigarette lighter* Power outlet* SRS driver knee airbag* Bonnet lock release lever Fuel filler door opener *If equipped 6 .
Instrument Panel Overview A Headlight switch Indicator lever Front fog light switch*/ Rear fog light switch Tilt and telescopic steering lock release lever B Windscreen wiper and washer switch Rear window wiper and washer switch Headlight leveling dial Outside rear view mirror switches* Engine (ignition) switch (vehicles without a smart entry & start system) Engine (ignition) switch (vehicles with a smart entry & start system) *If equipped 7 .
8 7 6 Tachometer: Displays the engine speed in revolutions per minute. 7. Clock adjusting buttons. 7 5 6 5. 8. 4. 2. Display change button. Outside temperature display. trip meter and multi-information display. please consult your Owner's Manual Chapter 2-2 * on some models 8 . Clock. 6. Speedometer: Displays the vehicle speed. Main indicator symbols and warning lights Brake system warning light Anti-lock brake system warning light Discharge warning light Low engine oil pressure warning light Malfunction indicator lamp Power steering system warning light Low fuel level indicator light Low engine coolant temperature indicator light High engine coolant temperature warning light Fuel filter warning light (Diesel models only) Engine preheating indicator light (Diesel models only) SRS warning light Multi-mode manual transmission warning light* Vehicle stability control system* Smart entry and start system warning light* Driving pattern (“Es” mode) indicator light* Front passenger airbag “OFF” Engine oil change reminder light* Eco driving indicator Stop & Start indicator For full details of indicators symbols and warning lights. Odometer. 3.Instrument Cluster Without a tachometer 2 3 4 With a tachometer 1 2 3 4 5 8 1. Fuel gauge: Displays the quantity of fuel remaining in the tank.
Adjusts the minutes The engine must be “ON”. 9 . • • • • • • • Odometer Trip meter Stop & Start system operation time (if equipped) Stop & Start system total operation time (if equipped) Trip information Displays driving range. fuel consumption and other cruising-related information.Multi-information display The multi-information display presents the driver with a variety of driving-related data. Instrument panel light control Eco Driving Indicator Light customization (if equipped) Clock 1. Adjusts the hours 2.
Ensure parking brake is applied. For vehicles with smart entry : 1. Gear lever set in N. Start the engine. The driver should carry the key on his person. 10 . Start the engine. Gear lever set in P. Starting procedure: Manual transmission: Ensure parking brake is applied. Lock: The steering wheel is locked and the key can be removed. ACC: Some electrical equipment such as audio can be used. Press and hold the clutch pedal firmly. Press and hold the brake pedal firmly. Multi-drive transmission: NB For diesel vehicles: The engine should not be started until the indicator light goes out. 2. 2. 3. CVT transmission: Ensure parking brake is applied.Starting your vehicle For vehicles without smart entry key positions are as follows: 1. Start the engine. On: All electrical equipment can be used. Start: Starts the engine. Press and hold the brake pedal firmly. 4. Put gear lever to the neutral position. Press and hold the clutch pedal firmly. The Engine Start Stop button is used to start the vehicle.
please consult your Owner's manual. Chapter 2-1 11 . Shift the lever to R while lifting up the ring section CVT transmission Multi-drive transmission For functions details.Gear change 5-speed manual transmission 6-speed manual transmission The shift pattern is as shown.
depress the brake pedal fully and stop the vehicle. Stopping the engine With Multidrive While driving in D or M. please read carefully Section 2-4 in your Owner’s Manual. Release the clutch pedal.Stop & Start system (if equipped) This vehicle is fitted with a “Stop & Start” function that allows the automatic stopping and starting of the engine. For details of restrictions and operating conditions. Then put the shift in N. Disabling the Stop and Start system Press the Stop & Start cancel switch to disable the system. stop the vehicle. This function helps you to decrease the fuel consumption. With Manual transmission With the clutch pedal fully depressed. The engine will stop and the Stop & Start indicator will come on. 12 .
10. 5. 3. 12. 9. A/C and de-misting Manual air conditioning system 1 2 3 4 1. 7. Air outlet selector dial Outside/recirculated air mode dial Temperature control dial 5 4. 3. 5. 14. Windscreen defogger button Air outlet selector button “OFF” button Fan speed control button Automatic mode button Outside/recirculated air mode button Dual mode button 1. 4. 11. 2. 2. Cooling and dehumidification function on/off button Left side temperature control dial Left side temperature display Fan speed display Air outlet display Right side temperature display Right side temperature control dial 13 .Heating. Cooling and dehumidification function on/off button (if equipped) Fan speed control dial Automatic air conditioning system 2 1 3 4 5 6 7 14 8 9 13 12 11 10 8. 6. 13.
2. the wiper will operate automatically when the sensor detects rain and adjust the timing according to rain volume and vehicle speed. pull the lever toward you. turn the headlights on and push the lever away from you (position 1). High-low beams For high beams. The front position.Lights Headlights 1. 4. 1. The high beam headlights turn off when you release the lever. 4. Intermittent windscreen wiper operation Low speed windscreen wiper operation High speed operation Temporary operation To spray washer fluid. Pull the lever toward you for low beams. tail. Wipers Windscreen wipers and washer 1. 3. All above plus headlights turn on. Rain-sensing wiper operation (AUTO) Low speed wiper operation High speed operation Temporary operation 14 . 3. Rain-sensing windscreen wiper (if equipped) With "AUTO" selected. license plate and instrument panel lights turn on. 2. To flash the high beam headlights. All lights turn on or off automatically when the engine is on depending on outside light intensity. pull the lever all the way back (position 2). 2. 3.
To open the fuel filler door. turn the cap slowly counterclockwise. 2. In front of the vehicle. pull the lever up. pull up on the auxiliary catch lever and lift the bonnet. 15 . 2. then pause slightly before removing it. Hold the bonnet open by inserting the support rod into the slot. Pull the bonnet lock release lever. 3.Fuel tank opening 1. Hang the tether as shown in the illustration. The bonnet will spring up slightly. Take care to select the correct fuel Bonnet opening To open the bonnet: 1. To remove the fuel tank cap.
and by 20% after 5 months.30%. Open windows increase fuel consumption by an average of 5%.Eco-Driving What is ‘‘Eco-Driving’’?’ • • • Eco-Driving = Driving in a more careful and environmentally responsible way Eco-Driving = Reduced fuel costs Eco-Driving = Reduced Environmental impact á Saving of CO2 emissions.g.60 seconds Checking/maintenance Driving YAR11-0711ENUK-12-00 How to Eco-Drive? . Roof Load (Speed at 120 km/hr) Luggage rack Ski box Bicycle rack Loaded luggage rack Increased consumption 5 – 10% 10 – 20% 30% 35 – 40% Low Tyre Pressure result in higher fuel consumption (up to 3% extra from 0. A/C) Follow and anticipate the traffic flow Keep your windows closed (use ventilation system when possible) Switch off your engine if you have to wait longer than 30 . Shifting up gear earlier can result in 8% saving. Eco-Driving Savings Total potential saving of 20 .0% after one month.25% extra fuel consumption.5 bar too low) Tyre pressures can fall by 2.5 . Roof load increases wind drag and therefore consumption. Starting • • • • • • • • • • 16 Remove any extra weight and roof load Plan your route to avoid detours Avoid using your car for short journeys Check your tyre pressures regularly Service your car according to owner’s manual Shift up gear earlier Only use electrical accessories when necessary (e. Air Conditioning can result in 10 .5.