Toyota has pulled the covers off its all-new Auris hatchback at the Geneva motor show. It will go into production at its Derbyshire factory later this year.
While the supercars will be attracting the most attention in Geneva, more important are the mainstream models that will likely sell in their thousands.
Toyota is to build the third generation of its Auris family hatch at its UK plant in Burnstaton, boosting the British automotive industry at a time of uncertainty.
The Toyota Auris is a competent, ultra-dependable entrant in the family hatch market, and the latest package of updates improves the car in many areas.What do you think of the Toyota Auris? Write us a review or rate it below!
Buyers of the revamped Toyota Auris family hatch range will no longer be able to choose a diesel engine, hybrid models dominating sales.
For the second year, Co-op Insurance, in conjunction with Thatcham Research and road safety charity Brake, have recognised the safest used family cars.
The Toyota Auris does not compare with the Ford Focus or new Vauxhall Astra, but it will continue to do well on dependability and value for money.
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