2007 Toyota Yaris Video
The 2007 Honda Fit is a well-designed all-purpose vehicle that can tackle a wide range of tasks. It works well as a commute vehicle and for running errands around town, but it isn't good on hills and will make its occupants suffer on longer trips.
Toyota Yaris, Honda Fit, Nissan Versa. Where's Mazda? Right here: Meet the Mazda Two.
What happens when you merge a Prius with a Yaris? The least expensive Toyota hybrid.
You won't notice the 2007 Acura RL's shortcomings if you don't push it hard, and its cabin gadgets are very easy to use. If it weren't for the mediocre fuel economy, the RL would be a very good high-tech commute car.
With the 2007 FJ Cruiser, Toyota scores with a styling statement that has the substance to back up its retrocool image. It offers on-road comfort and good space with serious off-road ability.
Big, brawny, and boatlike, the 2007 GMC Yukon is the poor man's Escalade or the outlet mall-shopper's dream. Decent interior tech options go some way to redeeming underwhelming performance and poor fuel economy.
It's a 420 horsepower hybrid and unfortunately for CNET's Antuan Goodwin it's only a concept. Take a look at the Toyota Yaris Hybrid-R concept at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.
The 2006 Chevrolet Impala LTZ makes for a comfortable commuter and gives occupants a little low-priced luxury, but average fuel economy will pinch pocketbooks for longer drives.
Despite a big display and a nice array of ports and connections, the Toshiba Satellite M35X-S163's poor battery life and subpar performance render it suitable only for very basic home use.
Honda's reputation for practical economy is shown in the Civic Hybrid, well built and simply designed to sip fuel. Interior tech options are usefully done, making this Honda a great commuter sedan.