Toyota Auris Hybrid (2013-2019) MPG & CO2 emissions
The Toyota Auris Hybrid's fuel efficiency impressed by family hatchback standards, but it couldn't match plug-in hybrids
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Official testing saw it return up to 72mpg, compared to 59mpg for the regular 1.2-litre petrol automatic version. With a lesser appetite for fuel, CO2 emissions for the hybrid dropped to 91g/km, compared to 110g/km for the petrol car.
As such, it was developed with fuel efficiency in mind from the outset, whereas the Auris was designed first and foremost as a practical family car. It's therefore fair to overlook the greater fuel-economy figure of the Hyundai, whose 83mpg rather eclipsed that of the Auris.
In This Review
- 1VerdictThis generation of Toyota Auris Hybrid boasted impressive efficiency and plenty of equipment, but rivals offered far more polish and passion
- 2MPG & CO2 emissions - currently readingThe Toyota Auris Hybrid's fuel efficiency impressed by family hatchback standards, but it couldn't match plug-in hybrids
- 3Running costsThe Toyota Auris Hybrid should prove inexpensive to run from day to day, and high depreciation from new means it's now a good-value used buy
- 4Engines, drive & performanceThe Toyota Auris Hybrid is easy to drive, but its handling lacks sparkle and gearbox is frustratingly unresponsive
- 5Interior & comfortThe Toyota Auris interior is more robust and simple than tactile or stylish, but standard kit was generous
- 6Practicality & boot spaceInterior space in the Toyota Auris Hybrid is sufficient rather than generous, but practicality isn't as compromised as some hybrids
- 7Reliability & safetyReliability and quality are Toyota Auris mainstays, and the hybrid brings extra advantages in its low running costs. Safety kit impresses, too.