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Our Fleet Test Drive: Toyota Auris hybrid - 4th Report

Date: 11 November 2010   |   Author: Tony Rock

Rear view mirror

How cool is the 'now you see it, now you don't' reversing camera image that magically appears to one side of the rear view mirror?

I love it - it's an ingenious way of adding an extra gadget without physically adding an extra piece of kit. It's also a nice surprise for most first-timers sitting in the front passenger seat, drawing a bit of an 'ooh' and a touch of an 'aah' when the mirror's dual role is revealed. Is it gimmicky, and unnecessary for a lower medium car this size? Not for me. Any help in avoiding low-lying hazards is welcome, particularly as the feature's standard on T-spirit spec.

Toyota Auris hybrid 1.8 T-spirit
Claimed combined
Our average
P11D price£20,645
Model price range£14,455-£26,645
CO2 (tax) 96g/km (10%)
BIK 20/40% per month£34/£69
Why we’re running itHybrid technology comes to
the lower medium Auris.
Does it make sense?
PositiveComfortable interior,
C-charge exemption
NegativeIrritating drivers with
eco-friendly driving