2007 Toyota Yaris S Sedan 4-door 1.5l on 2040-cars
Willingboro, New Jersey, United States
OK. If you have been waiting and looking for just the best car to buy...THIS IS THE ONE!
I bought my Yaris off the showroom floor in 2007 and have babied it ever since. It left my guardianship only once...when I gave it to my son in 2013 for 1 year (who also took great care of it). He had a baby, bought an SUV and gave my Yaris back! Now I have no further need of it and am looking to let it go at a reasonable price. Let me introduce you to the GOOD and the BAD and the GREAT! This car is GREAT on GAS and runs absolutely perfectly!! No warning lights on the dashboard.. No ISSUES AT ALL!! BUY AND DRIVE!!
I have only recently put a lot of money back into my Yaris because I expected to keep it. (shit happens). See the list of things I have recently paid for in APRIL OF 2014!I NEW EVERYTHING!
NEW BRAKES 04/2014!!
- NEW TIRES!! 04/2014!!
- NEW BREAKS!!04/20/14!!
- NEW TUNE-UP AND CLUTCH BAG 04/2014!! DID I SAY NEW TIRES!!
- NEW CLUTCH 03/2013!!
- Professionally detailed 04/2014!! (GREAT INTERIOR...FLAWLESS. SUPER CLEAN)
- NJ Inspection sticker good through 09/2014 (will sail through again when necessary)!
- THIS CAR WILL DRIVE ACROSS THE COUNTRY AND BACK 10 TIMES!!!
small dent right passenger side above and behind the door (damn shopping cart I suspect). No big deal...but I am giving full disclosure here. I have included pictures. really can't see it because it is very slight, but I am telling al lthe bad stuff here. The right side passenger rear light is dim. It works fine, but might need a bulb.
Okay. This car is a cream puff! It runs and drives like it was new! The inside also looks brand new! My baby needs absolutely nothing! THE INSPECTION sticker in NJ is good through 09/14. AND I guarantee it will pass any inspection (if you get it inspected within a reasonable time). I think 2 months is reasonable! I AM so confident you will buy this car when you test drive it that I will give you $50 if you come from more than 50 miles away and don't like it! YES, I am that sure you will like it!! THIS CAR WILL DRIVE ACROSS THE COUNTRY ALL DAY!!!
I don't want to put too fine a point on this issue...BUT... I think this car is absolutely fantastic in every way.. It gets over 35 MPG! IT looks and drives GREAT
LAST THOUGHT: I took care of this car and always maintained it in every way so my DAUGHTER could drive it without fear. CHECK out my EBAY RATING.. whoever gets this car will be 100% absolutely satisfied.
NEW TIRES ($1000)
NEW BRAKES ALL AROUND ($500)\
NEWER CLUTCH ($1000)
PROFESSINALLY DETAILED ($150)
*note: this car is also being sold locally and if the price is met, it will be sold immediately. thank you!
Toyota Yaris for Sale
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