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  1. My iQ2 1.0 didn’t use any oil in between services in the 5.5 years I owned it. If you are over filling it, it might use some [emoji848] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  2. Looks like we will have to stick with what we have. Oh well it all works otherwise [emoji106] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Your photo shows exactly how ours is. Like you we have a phone mount in the centre vent, with the phone connected to the USB connection it will provide verbal instructions through the audio system as long as we are listening to music from the phone. This is okay but I would rather have the map on the radio screen and not have the phone mount. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. So how come the latter mk3 Yaris isn’t compatible with Apple CarPlay? Our 2020 Y20 doesn’t have it[emoji22] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  5. [emoji22] oh well I will have to carry on using my phone cradle Thanks for the information Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  6. Sorry to ask, but can you get this done on a 20 plate Yaris? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I was quite happy buying one of the last mk3 Yaris, but do intend to keep it at least 5 years [emoji848] There is nothing on it that is new technology so I hope it will be 100% reliable as Toyota’s normally are. The only disappointing thing compared to the new model is the Touch 2 system that doesn’t have Apple car play but a phone cradle attached to the centre vent and connected via the USB lead gives instructions from the car speakers [emoji106] Okay it doesn’t drive as nicely as the new Yaris but it’s better than the 2008 model, which is the latest Yaris we owned. Sent from my iPad usin
  8. Dealer told us that the problem was supply not the price as there is plenty of demand. We would have had to wait around 4 months as we wanted a specific spec[emoji15][emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Well a decision has been made, a slight twist, my wife decided she couldn’t live with the colour of the hybrid and the new Yaris was too expensive at the moment (that’s another story) we are getting a 1.5 petrol MT in Nebular blue registered 30th June with 16 miles on it. It cost another £340 over the white but she loves the colour. We collect it Wednesday afternoon and become a one car family. I will miss my iQ2 and her, her Aygo [emoji22] Whether we have made the right decision, time will tell, but with big changes coming we will see[emoji848][emoji106] Thanks again for your advice, I did
  10. The 20 plate hybrid was registered 12th June and has 1750 miles on it as of our test drive. It has dual zone climate control and keyless start. They want £15900. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  11. We spent the morning at the garage and got to drive a 1.5 MT, a 20 plate hybrid and a new Yaris Design. First off, the new car is lovely and by far the nicest to drive even in the terrible weather we had. Luckily we drove the older cars first so it was easier to give them a fair go. The 1.5 MT was okay but my wife struggled with the 6 speed gearbox which put her off a bit, we thought that the car was a bit slow for a 1.5 but it had only done 30 miles from new. They had the option of white or bright red which looked good. The 20 plate hybrid had dual zone AC but otherwise was the same spec a
  12. Thanks for the information Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  13. We are off to the dealer in just over an hour, I will let you know what we decide [emoji848] Thanks for the suggestions [emoji106] Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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