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Toyota Auris (2019–)

Last updated 18 April 2018

Comes with a 1.2 turbo petrol engine, a 1.8 hybrid and a new 180PS 2.0 litre hybrid system.
Diesels dropped completely.
Updated 6 March 2018
Toyota unveils Auris

This Auris offers customers one conventional engine – a 1.2 litre turbo petrol unit – and a choice of 120bhp, 1.8 litre or 177bhp, 2.0 litre hybrid electric powertrains. The 1.8 litre...

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Built on the same TNGA platform as the Prius and C-HR, the third-gen Toyota Auris is offered with a 100PS 1.2 petrol engine and choice of two hybrids. The 120PS 1.8-litre petrol hybrid from the old car is carried over and offered alongside a new 2.0 petrol hybrid with 177PS. 

The 1.4 diesel has been axed from the range, with Toyota indicating that its future models will no longer be offered with diesel-power.

The new 2.0-litre hybrid offers drivers an ‘energised drive’ according to Toyota, with more power and steering wheel-mounted shift paddles for a more dynamic, engaging experience. It also debuts Toyota’s new CVT gearbox, with a launch gear that should improve transmission efficiency at lower speeds.

Longer and lower than its predecessor, the 'all new' 2018 Auris cuts a sleeker shape on the road too, thanks to its longer bonnet and new roofline that is 47mm lower compared to the outgoing model. The rear is also more rounded, with all-LED light clusters and a larger bumper.

As before, the new Auris is built in the UK at Toyota’s Burnaston factory in Derbyshire while the plant in Deeside, North Wales will continue to be its main source for its engines in Europe. The third-gen Auris is expected to reflect the £20,000 starting point of the old model and will go on sale in mid-2018.


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