Watch the new Toyota Avensis advert

Advanced standard-fit safety features mean that the new Toyota Avensis isn’t just another ordinary car. That’s the thinking behind our latest advert for the model, in which disaster is averted during a couple’s drive home by the car’s autonomous emergency braking.

Every grade of Avensis is fitted with ‘Toyota Safety Sense‘ (TSS), a suite of advanced technologies that mitigate the risk of being involved in an accident. Toyota Safety Sense comprises lane departure alert, automatic high beam, road sign assist and a pre-collision warning system with autonomous emergency braking.

The Avensis is the only model in its class to feature a safety package that offers the same level of protection as TSS range-wide at no extra cost.

Designed in Nice at Toyota’s European design centre ED2, the Avensis is a car that can appeal to both head and heart. The front end has gained our latest family look, while at the rear, smart LED taillights debut alongside a reworked boot design. The model featured in the advert is an Excel touring sports model, finished in new ‘Orion Blue’ metallic.

Watch the advert below and see the car and the safety sense technology in action.

Good to know

The new Avensis range starts at £17,765* OTR. CO2 emissions are as low as 108g/km, earning a 19% Benefit-in-kind rate.

Where next?

Build your Avensis at the designated section of the Toyota UK website. If you would like to test drive the car, leave a comment below and we will be in touch shortly.


    1. Hi Richard. We’re sorry you feel that way. Brochures for the New Avensis will be available as of the end of the first week in July. Thanks.

  1. In the advert it says “Autonomous braking 6-18mph” but the speedo reads 30mph when it kicks in. Can you explain?

    1. Hello Mike, we’re glad the advert caught your attention. We’ve just asked our product specialists who will get a reply for us very shortly and we’ll be back in contact. Thank you.

    2. Mike, the reason for this is that the advert is a European one and the 30mph you saw was actually up to 30km/h which translates to the UK speed of 6-18mph. Hope that clears things up! Would you like to try one from one of our dealerships for yourself?

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