This is my 2007 Toyota Yaris Liftback in Blazing Blue Metallic. It has a 1.5L engine (1NZ-FE, Otto cycle) and a 5-speed manual transmission. It is the middle of the run of this lower model, meaning it has a factory stereo and the "cold weather package", but no power windows, etc. I do not like powered things like windows, locks, seats, mirrors, etc. as they are always the first thing to fail on most cars, and always cost way more to repair than they are worth. My last car was a 1999 Dodge Stratus, which was very hard to maintain due to poor workmanship and had horrible fuel economy, even though it had an I4 engine. As you might have guessed, my Yaris is fond of Lake Tahoe and lots of mountain driving. You can see the specifications of this vehicle here. Here it is at home: Yes, that is a Toyota Tacoma 4x4 you see in the garage. My wife bought it before we met, and it's paid for. It is used so little nowadays that it's had less than 1,000 miles put on it in the last year. Notice the factory armrest, from an RS sedan version of the Yaris: You can see the yellow box containing a tire patch kit under the seat. It's part of my decision to dump the spare tire and jack in favor of a patch kit and small, portable compressor: Here's a better shot of the EBH plug: And the timer that controls it: I'm running on the stock Potenza RE92's: ... at 60 PSI: Here are some shots of various declaration items on it: Here is the engine bay: Notice the K&N panel air filter and grounding kit (the grounding kit is just for my peace of mind, with this being a drive-by-wire vehicle): Here's the DIY PCV catch can I made, which currently holds about 15ml of crankcase oil, representing about 2,000 miles of driving: Let's move on to the interior. Here's my solar trickle charger and portable, fold-able solar panels for my hand-held devices: Here are the smaller panels folded up: And here the smaller panels are removed (simple velcro mount): Here we see the cables coming from the smaller panels, which are connected to my cellular phone and PDA, along with my auxiliary MP3 player AC3 jack: This is the centered console and cluster: The driver's dash, sporting a ScanGauge II: And the back seat (the plastic bottle there is about 6 months old and has been refilled and refrigerated about 150 times). Also visible is my trusty sun shield and my foofoo seat belt cushion: The car currently has 7,400 miles on it, and was purchased in February of this year. It is my placeholder until a decent PHEV hits the market, and has served me very well thus far. It has much more interior and cargo space than the size of the vehicle makes you think, and its handling greatly improved with pumping up the tires.