2011 Toyota Auris Hybrid car review, no congestion charge and high mpg

2011 Toyota Auris Hybrid OSV test drive

Introducing the new Toyota Auris Hybrid. The Auris Hybrid is an Auris with a Prius

Toyota Auris Hybrid

Powertrain. Built in the UK, there are few differences between the Hybrid model and the regular Auris including blue tinged badges and a slightly different grille.

Facts and figures on the Auris Hybrid:-

Insurance Group: 13E

0-62 in 11.4 seconds

Top Speed: 112mph

Power: 134bhp

Actual mpg: 45

Combined mpg: 70.6

CO2: 89/g/km

Figures above are based on the Auris 1.8 DOGC VVTi (98hp) T-Spirit

More and more people are buying/leasing Toyota Auris Hybrid’s. Why is this? It may be

2011 Toyota Auris Hybrid

Toyota Hybrid is now available in the Auris

because of the exceptional fuel economy, it could be because of the superior Japanese technology, the fact that the 2011 Toyota Auris Hybrid is 25kg lighter than the Auris 2.0 diesel even though an 80bhp electric motor has been added, the Auris Hybrid is no more expensive to run than its 2.0 diesel rivals or, the battery comes with an 8-year 100,000 mile warranty..

The Hybrid drive is comfortable and quiet (as you would expect from a Hybrid) and holds the road very well.

If the 2011 Toyota Auris Hybrid is not for you, you may want to consider:-

Ford Focus ECOnetic

Power: 109bhp

CO2: 99g/km.

Honda Insight 1.3 ES-T

Power: 87bhp

CO2: 105g/km.

Volkswagen Golf 1.6 TDI BlueMotionTech

Power: 105bhp

CO2: 107g/km.

Congestion Charge: Free

Would you buy, finance or lease a 2011 Toyota Auris Hybrid?

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Andrew Kirkley

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Andrew has been in the motor trade for over 20 years. What he enjoys most about his job is the team spirit and the dedication of his work colleagues. He also appreciates the teams input in the improvement of the company.
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