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Toyota cars and trucks have a reputation for superior mechanical design as well as superior manufacture. In an age of high gas prices, environmentally conscious drivers are choosing the Toyota Yaris and buying first-rate quality OEM and aftermarket parts. It's no shock that comfort and safety-aware vehicle owners like you are in the know about how to get the most bang for the buck when buying Toyota Yaris car and van parts. Toyota sport compacts are applauded for their custom appearances and easy handling as well as their unbeatable fuel economy and durability mile after mile. Toyota manufactures automobiles that provide the essence of class and virtue arranged in a dependable and beautiful design. Bestselling carmakers grasp the basic importance of satisfying performance. Quality Toyota Yaris Shocks reduce bouncing from irregularities on the street to provide a steadier drive. Shocks are separated two basic forms: spring-based shocks which rely on leaf springs, and torsion shock absorbers which use a torsion bar. Installed between the suspension system and the body of the vehicle, Toyota Yaris Shocks reduce the up-and-down movement of the car or truck.


Toyota Yaris Shocks They are available for the following Toyota Yaris years: 2016, 2015, 2014, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 16, 15, 14, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06. This part is also sometimes called Toyota Yaris Shock Absorber. We stock shocks parts for most Toyota models including Tacoma, 4Runner, Pickup, Tundra, Sienna, RAV4, Land Cruiser, Sequoia, T100, Prius, Previa, FJ Cruiser, Echo, Corolla, Celica, Van, Prius V, Cressida, Prius C, Tercel, Corona, Supra, Highlander, Starlet, Van Wagon, Matrix, Prius Plug-In, Hi Lux, Paseo, Crown, Mark II and Carina.

We stock these Shocks brands for the Toyota Yaris: KYB, Monroe, Gabriel, Unity, API, DIY Solutions and Sachs.


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Great shocks give your Toyota Yaris its best performance under any driving conditions. New shocks make driving fun again and ensure that your car grips the road for a safer, smoother ride. Find the perfect fit for your car at PartsGeek.com. We deliver quickly and provide a 30-day money back guarantee if you are not satisfied.

What are shocks?

Your car’s shocks help you ride more smoothly over potholes and other obstacles. They keep your tires glued to the pavement and make turning corners stable and safe. Most vehicles have a shock absorber for each wheel, which is mounted inside the wheel arch.

How much do new shock absorbers cost?

Shocks are a moderately priced. The shocks on PartsGeek.com begin at $33.33 and go up to $50.48. It is recommended that shocks be replaced in pairs.

What are the different types of shock absorbers?

Although there are many products to choose from, they fall into two basic categories, gas charged and hydraulic. Gas charged shocks perform better at high speeds. But hydraulic shocks offer a smoother ride. Following are some of the most common models:

  • Twin-tube shocks are an inexpensive, good choice for city drivers. They may not perform as efficiently due to aeration, or air mixing with the fluid inside the pump.
  • Gas charged twin-tube shocks do not have an aeration problem. They are also more likely to prevent the car from dipping forward when the breaks are applied. However, the gas can leak causing performance to decline.
  • Monotube and reservoir shocks offer the smoothest ride and are the best choice for drivers who plan to tackle rough roads. They are also more expensive.

What should you consider when purchasing new shocks?

Consider these issues before you order new shocks:

  • Mono-tube shocks are designed to take rough terrain. For city drivers, twin-tube low-pressure shocks may be the way to go.
  • Non-adjustable shocks are standard, but in challenging driving conditions an adjustable shock may offer better performance.
  • Aluminum is the most expensive option. It is also lighter and can be adjustable. Steel is standard, less expensive and heavier.


Some of our Customer Reviews
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Reviewer: Monroe shock absorber

Affordable rear shock absorbers. Geeks parts are a plus!

2011 Toyota Yaris Shock Absorber

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Reviewer: Brian

items were a perfect fit. arrived ahead of schedule always a bonus.

2010 Toyota Yaris Shock Absorber