Buying a new automatic hatchback with lots of extras.

I currently own a 2006 model Toyota Yaris T Spirit five-door with automated manual gearbox. Would like to replace it with similar car with same features. It must be automatic with keyless ignition, movable rear seats, rear parking sensors, low tax and insurance and good MPG. I'd like a digital display but I know I might have to compromise on this. What alternatives would you recommend? Would consider Toyota again but this high spec is no longer available.

Asked on 14 May 2013 by BMT

Answered by Honest John
Honda Jazz CVT-7. But there was a Jazz with an automated manual i-shift from 2009-2010. The latest with this type of box are the Peugeot 2008 EGC and Renault Captur EDC:

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