Toyota Auris Touring Sports: your questions answered

The Toyota Auris range is growing! The Auris Touring Sports, the new wagon version of the popular hatchback, is ready to roll onto UK roads this summer.

We’ve already brought you pricing and equipment details of the car, reports from our UK factory that started building it this month and we’ll be bringing you live coverage of the car’s media launch later this week.

But what we really want is to find out what you want to know about the car.

If you need to know whether the Auris Touring Sports will fit into your garage, exactly how much luggage it can hold or how economical it is, this is the place to ask – no question is too big or small, and we’d love to help you out.

You can leave a question in the comment below. You can also contact us on our Facebook page or via Twitter @ToyotaGB.


In the meantime, take a look at our previous blogs on Toyota Auris Touring Sports here:

New Toyota Auris Touring Sports at the Paris Motor Show

New Toyota Auris prices revealed

You can see our Q&A on the hatchback version of new Auris here.


  1. Why cant i get a deckboard to level out the back of my brand new Auris tourer sport so i can carry my 4 dogs in crates safely- i bought this car with the express use of taking my dogs out, but it is unsafe with the 2 different levels. The previous versions have deck boards to level out the back, but apparently you cant get one for this version- ridiculous as this was the main reason i even bought the car- i am beyond upset!

  2. Hi there,
    Thanks for getting in touch. We have no news on this at the moment but keep an eye on our blog and social media channels for the latest updates. Thanks.

  3. Hi, i was wondering – were there any technical changes in facelifted (in 2015) version if auris hibryd ? (Engine transmission, etc). Or just changes of interior, exterior, display?

    Alternatively i would like to ask about D4D 1,6 diesel engine? Was it supplied by BMW?
    Does it have timing belt or timing chain ?


    1. Hi Tadas,

      Thanks for getting in touch. There was no change to the engine transmission that year.

      Yes, the engine was supplied by BMW and it had a timing chain.

      1. Thank you so much for the answer! I would like to ask one more question:

        Do Auris Hybrid has same transmission type as automatic pure petrol version ? I find both called CVT, but is it different in hybrids ?

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