With its low roofline and ride height, the Auris looks every bit the sleek and modern hatchback. But this eye-catching, confident stance is more than skin deep. The spacious interior has plenty of room for a growing family. And if you need more capacity, there’s the stylish Auris Touring Sports estate. Solidly built, modern and well equipped, the quality interior of the Auris features dual climate control, electric front windows, remote locking and a CD player as standard on the entry-level Active. Parking is such a breeze with the reversing camera (standard on all grades except Active), you’ll wonder how you managed without it.
Inside, the Auris feels big, bright and airy, thanks in no small part to Toyota’s unique full-length SkyView roof. This panoramic sunroof is available as an option and lets daylight flood into the cabin.
If you like the look of the Auris range, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to engines, too. In addition to the automatic 1.8-litre hybrid, the Auris is available with four other engine choices: a 1.2 litre petrol turbo (available with both manual and automatic transmissions), a 1.33-litre petrol with stop-start to reduce emissions and fuel consumption, a zippy 1.6-litre petrol engine and an economical 1.4-litre diesel turbo
You may not know it, but buying an Auris means you’re buying British. Every Auris is manufactured right here in the UK. Toyota’s Burnaston factory in Derbyshire and its Deeside engine manufacturing plant are among the first outside Japan to make hybrids, and are supporting the UK economy by exporting British-built cars around the world.
The modern world is a hectic place but in the Auris, clever touches help make driving stress-free. Intelligent Park Assist senses your surroundings and gently manoeuvres the Auris into even the tightest spaces with zero effort. This super-smart self-parking system is standard on Excel models and an affordable option on Icon and Sport grades.