Toyota Auris Oil Type

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Toyota Auris

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You can find 30 different trims for the Toyota Auris and their corresponding recommended oil type.

The years available stretch from 2007 through to 2018 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.

The Auris first made its debut in 2006 as the successor to the hatchback variant of the E120 Corolla.

Evidence of this can still be seen in markets like Australasia where it is still sold under the Corolla badge due to these regions resisting Toyota’s urge to implement the name change.

During its first generation, it was also sold as the Toyota Blade for the high-end versions.

Since its initial release, there have been a total of three generations. The latest of these was unveiled in 2018. These have each included a 3-door and a 5-door hatchback version. The second generation also brought about the release of a station wagon model.

Competition typically came from a number of other hatchbacks. The most notable of these include the Hyundai i30, Volkswagen Golf, and Mazda Axela.

Like other Toyota models, trim levels varied depending on the region sold.

The European market was offered six packages. These were the Terra, Strata, Luna, Sol, Premium, and Prestige.

Engine options for the latest generation ranged from a turbocharged 1.2 L inline-4 through to a 2.0 L inline-4. There were also hybrid and flex-fuel variants sold in similar sizes. The powertrains found in previous generations also featured the same sized engines.

These have been mated with various gearboxes. These have usually been various manual gearboxes up to a 6-speed, as well as various continuously variable transmission options.

The Auris model was eventually put out of commission in 2019 for the European market, just a year after the release of the latest generation. However, there are still Corolla hatchbacks available, which are essentially the same model.

This was done to bring the model back in line with the far more iconic and notable Corolla nameplate.