All-New 2013 Toyota Auris Gets UK Pricing
The new Auris also brings forth a new trim level grading structure, starting off with Active, followed by Icon, Sport, and finally Excel. The most basic trim gives the Auris automatic air-con, electric front windows, USB connectivity, as well as hill-start assist, ESP and LED DRLs. In active trim, the Auris is only available with either the 1.33-liter petrol unit, or a 1.4-liter D-4D diesel.
Move up to Icon and you are treated to a six speaker audio system with digital capability, Bluetooth connectivity, rear-view parking camera, rear electric windows, fog lamps and 16-inch alloys. Move even further up, and opt for Sport, and your car will get 17-inch alloys, sports front seats, darkened rear windows, a revised front grille and a rear diffuser.
If, however, you just want the range topper, Excel models feature dual-zone climate control, keyless entry and engine start, rain sensing wipers and automatic headlights, as well as part-leather heated front seats. The engine range will consist of four distinct powertrains: the familiar 1.33-liter petrol engine, 1.4-liter diesel, 1.6-liter ‘Valvetronic’ petrol unit, and the hybrid.