Toyota Auris Reviewed by CarBuyer

2013 Toyota Auris Test 1 photo
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The new Auris represents another big step in Toyota’s product offensive into the European C-segment market, being bolder, dynamically improved, better equipped and cheaper to run than the previous model.
The 2013 Toyota Auris reflects the automaker’s determination to build more appealing and dynamic engaging vehicles to bear the reputation for quality, durability and reliability.

CarBuyer has recently tested the new Auris, the hybrid version, and came to the conclusion that despite some mood-disturbing elements, the car makes a good choice for family and every day drive vehicle.

Unlike the outgoing Auris hybrid model that had the batteries mounted under the trunk, the new model has been designed from the beginning to be a hybrid, so the boot offers a decent space and it also features a fake-bottom to make one single flat storage area when the rear seats are folded.

More interior features include lots of storage spaces and cubby holes and a good amount legroom for the rear occupants, thanks to the slimmer front seats and an almost flat rear floor.

According to CarBuyer, there are some issues with this five-door hatch and the plasticky dashboard design and steering performance being the most upsetting ones. Still, the 2013 Toyota Auris makes a great deal and it will totally compensate with its robustness and a five year guarantee, if something wrong should occur.

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