The Yaris has received new front and rear fascias, while the Sienna gains an improved infotainment system and more safety technology.
Toyota has introduced a refreshed Yaris and Sienna at the New York International Auto Show.
The Yaris has received a few styling tweaks, with a sportier front and rear fascia that aims to give the diminutive hatchback the appearance of a wider stance. The revised rear adds wider horizontal tail lamps integrated into the rear door, along with a new rear bumper styling and side reflectors.
A new grille and chrome accents have been added to the L and LE variants, while the SE grade boasts a piano black mesh grille and 16-inch machined alloy wheels with dark accents.
Inside, the Yaris has received more standard equipment for the L and LE grades, including the sportier instrument panel that had been exclusive to the SE variant. The SE moves forward with a new Entune Audio Plus multimedia system with a 7.0-inch touchscreen and six speakers, among other features.
Recently updated with a new powertrain for the 2017 model year, the 2018 Sienna adds Entune 3.0 for all variants. Higher trim levels can be purchased with a premium JBL audio system, with additional front speakers and a 10.1-inch subwoofer.
The minivan also receives a slightly restyled front fascia with a larger lower grille and larger fog lights. Toyota claims its engineers further refined the noise, vibration and harshness thanks to a laminated front windshield and acoustic front side glass for the Limited grade.
The 2018 Sienna will arrive in showrooms this fall, while the Yaris will land this summer.
Live images by Brian Williams.