What Car Reviews the 2013 Toyota Auris

Toyota begun the offensive on the European C-segment market with the new, bolder, more dynamical and cheaper to run 2013 Auris model.
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The new 2013 Toyota Auris comes with a stunning new look, which also improves aerodynamics, improved dynamics and better equipment as the predecessor model. Being offered both in petrol and diesel versions, the new Auris also gains a hybrid powertrain, offering future clients even smaller fuel consumption.

For about €16,000, the base 1.3-liter petrol version comes with 15-inch wheels, electric/heated mirrors, LED daytime running lights, stability control, hill start assist and Follow me home lightning system. Inside, you will get automatic climate control, 4 speaker radio/CD player with AUX/USB/MP3, blue fabric seat trim and front electric windows.

Adding that it has decent passenger and luggage space, a low fuel consumption and the automaker’s legendary durability, it seems that the new Auris makes a good choice for a small family’s everyday car.

You can also see What Car’s short review right bellow, giving their opinion on why you should get the hybrid version.

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