2017 Toyota Auris: Redesigned Exterior And Hybrid Version Now Available

Mar 15, 2017 12:30 PM EDT | Anthony Hunter

The 2017 Toyota Auris is a five-door family hatchback that competes with its rivals such as the Ford Focus, Skoda Octavia, Nissan Pulsar and VW Golf. It's been redesigned on the outside, loaded with new technologies on the inside and a hybrid version of the engine for an affordable price.

The car is available with a wide range of petrol and diesel powertrains, although the 1.2-liter turbocharged gasoline and 1.6-liter diesel give it the best combination of performance and fuel economy. In addition, a petrol-electric hybrid version is also available, which combines a 1.8-liter petrol with an electric motor.

The whole body looks lighter and compact. The front grill has been completely redesigned and looks more aggressive and robust. Some old drivers of Toyota may not recognize the new look of the Auris, and some new drivers will be pleased with modern and futuristic look for the new generation of drivers.

The interior of the 2017 Toyota Auris is very spacious and roomy. It also comes with high-grade materials to create a more modern car, which is helped by modern design and the whole cabin offers plenty of space for all kind of passengers.

The new model also offers big color pallets with natural and luxury materials used for the cabin parts. It comes with the latest technology such as Bluetooth, CD player, HD radio, a navigation system, air climate control, cruise control, auxiliary input, USB/iPod connection, sound, and audio system and much more.

The new Auris is also backed up by a five-year/100,000-mile warranty, with one-year's breakdown cover also included. On Hybrid versions, buyers have the option to buy an annual battery warranty, which can be renewed until the car's 10th year.

The 2017 Toyota Auris has a starting price of $21,000 for the regular model. However, the Hybrid version will cost around $32,000.


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