Toyota Yaris Tyre Pressure


Maintaining correct Toyota Yaris tyre pressure requires reliable tyre pressure monitoring system for the Yaris. The benefits of properly maintaining Toyota Yaris' tyre pressure include minimized rolling road friction from under-inflation, which raises fuel consumption and costs, as well as the generation of air pollutants.

On the other hand, over-inflation of Yaris' tires will increase midline tire wear and reduce the life of the tire while raising the risk of tire blow out while on the road. The people who need to hear from us to make it easier to monitor and maintain Yaris' tire pressure are here:

On the market since 2000, the Yaris, which is also known as Vitz, Echo, Platz and Belta, has a surprisingly roomy interior with ample head room for a sub-compact, and looks and feels more like a small European car that Renault and Peugeot have been making for a decade than a Japanese car.

While its designer is indeed a European, its maker is very much Japanese and also makes the RAV4, Avensis, Corolla, Camry, Prius and Hiace, all of which should be equipped with leading edge tire pressure monitoring systems that protects our increasingly imperiled planet.

Update: In March of 2012. Toyota introduced a hybrid version of the Yaris at the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland.


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