Toyota Yaris Trend

Watch the new Toyota Yaris Trend advert

Here’s a strong look – the new Toyota Yaris Trend advert has just arrived on TV screens in the UK.

This commercial features the cast of animated street furniture that first appeared in the original Yaris Hybrid ‘Silence the City’ advert.

Yaris Trend differs from the other models in the Yaris range by putting more focus on design – with a blacked-out C-pillar that creates a ‘floating roof’ effect, machine-finished 16-inch alloy wheels and a striking black and white interior treatment.

The 2013 Yaris Trend is available in five-door form only, priced from £14,570.

You can find out more about the special edition Yaris Trend in this post, or on the Toyota website.

Toyota Yaris Trend

 

Comments (9)

  1. In the blog, you mention a blacked-out C-pillar that creates a ‘floating roof’ effect. This enhancement does look good and I wanted it for my old Yaris Hybrid. So off I went to my dealer to purchase the pre-cut items, surely only costing £10 or so. But no, the cost was over £100 – parts only!! Toyota, please lower the price for such items. Thanks.

  2. Just seen your latest advert featuring a woman burning in a tanning booth . As a skin cancer patient I feel this is highly inappropriate . Skin cancer most notably malignant melanoma is the fastest growing cancer in the uk and is linked to burning by sun or sun beds . It kills more poeple in the U.K. Every year than cervical cancer . I will be referring my complaint to the advertising standards authority

    1. Hi Michelle,
      Thank you for getting in touch. We’re very sorry to hear about this. Of course we are very appreciative of any feedback, but we’d like to politely point out that this is a spray tan booth and not a sunbed. Many thanks.

    1. Hi Roxanne,
      The voiceovers are as follows:
      Kathryn Drysdale – Parking Metre
      Dustin Demri Burns – Fashionista Bin
      Reece Noi – Fountain
      Tom Ellis – Traffic Light and VO
      Hope this helps!

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