Motoring: Yaris Cross might soon be Ireland’s favourite Toyota
A genuinely great car that’s perfect for everyday driving, the Yaris Cross compares very well with other crossovers on the market
Toyota doesn’t need the new Yaris Cross to be a good car for it to be a runaway sales success. Here is a compact new crossover built on the platform of one of the most recognisable and trusted nameplates on the Irish market, priced at a level that might make a few Corolla buyers think twice about their choice of car.
Despite the name and the fact that the Yaris Cross shares its...
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