The Toyota Auris Touring Sports is a well-made and practical estate, but it’s uninspiring to driveread the full model review
This trim doesn’t make much sense because it costs the same as the Business Edition but swaps sat-nav and heated front seats for larger alloy wheels, an Alcantara upholstery and darkened rear windows. We don’t think that’s a good trade, so we wouldn’t bother.,
This petrol-electric hybrid’s low CO2 emissions make it worth considering if you’re a company car driver. It’s also a decent choice if you do most of your miles in town, where it is capable of good fuel economy. It comes with a CVT automatic gearbox, which can make the engine drone noisily when you want to accelerate briskly. Fuel economy isn’t great at motorway speeds, either; if you do a lot of long journeys, going for a diesel engine is likely to save you money in the long run.