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Christopher Bruce2013-06-06 18:08:41

Toyota Auris Touring Sports Enters Production in Europe

The cars are made at Toyota's UK factory

 
 
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Touring Sports at its factory in Burnaston, England. 

"This is an industry that is helping generate the jobs and wealth we need to secure the UK’s place in the global economic race,” said UK Secretary of State for Transport Patrick McLoughlin.

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engine options. 

The Touring Sports will solely be made at the Burnaston factory, and it will only be offered in Europe. Sales in the UK, Germany and Spain will begin in July. At the moment, it is the only compact estate car in Europe to offer a full hybrid option. 

Toyota expects the car to represent 20% of its total sales, and the hybrid is expected to be 45% of the Auris Touring Sports' sales. 

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Auris Touring Sports HSD ExclusiveAuris Touring Sports HSD Exclusive
Engine
Straight 4
Displacement
110 cu in
Top Speed
109 mph
Transmission
continuously variable transmission
Maximum power
100 hp @ 5200 rpm
Type
Estate (station wagon)
Fuel
Petrol / Electric
Fuel consumption (combined)
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price
$ 42.014
* based on Portugal prices
annual ownership cost
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