stevecrvn

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About stevecrvn

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    Own a 2015 Auris d4d Sports Tourer and a 2015Yaris Hybrid

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  • First Name
    Steve
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  • Toyota Model
    Auris sports tourer 1.4 D4D and Yaris Hybrid
  • Toyota Year
    2015
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    Classic Cars

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  1. This is the first time I have read of this issue on a Auris but seems very common on Pearl White IQs. I think there are quite a few posts on this forun re Pearl white paint and the IQ peeling badly
  2. Frank have had my 2015 yaris hybrid for just over 2 months and done about 4000 miles . i am doing mid 55s to the gallon which is about the same as the HyundaI turbo diesel I used the drive. The yaris is so much nicer to drive and I love the auto . As for your section 2 I wear a coat in the mornings and turn the heating off as soon as the windows are clear this does keep the engine off a lot longer ...
  3. Maybe we could fit |H4 Night breakers to these 🙂
  4. I totally agree that Toyota should be able to supply lights that are fit for the purpose but its not just Auris its seems to be anything with the HIR2 bulb. At time when it is dark and drizzling I do not feel confident in either the auris or yaris . Both our Previous cars were Toyotsa being a MK1 Auris and a MK1 yaris , they had really goods lights so why toyota made this backward step I do not understand.
  5. Our 2015 auris has the 1.4 d4d enging and always gives between 57 - 58 mpg is currently putting my hybrid to shame.
  6. That would be very interesting if it can be done as I go to work in the morning when its still dark and before the street lights come on
  7. I never look at the CVT gear lever on mine just use the display on the dashboard
  8. My 2015 Yaris Hybrid is the same no steering wheel illumination but our 2015 Auris TS has .
  9. I Paid £52 for the pair fitted a few weeks ago in my local Toyoya dealer
  10. I am all down in the mid 50s in my Yaris Hybrid. Trying turning the heater off once the car has warmed up I think it does spend more time in EV then
  11. My wife does a lot of short one mile journeys back and fore to family and very rarely on the motorway apart of the one day I week I use to keep the dpf clear. We have never had a problem but might just be luck
  12. I am on my third 1.4 d4d.The first was a 2005 Yaris bought with 27k on clock sold with 147k bril car never less than 55mpg what ever I done with it it was so reliable the only repair apart from tyres and servicng was a glow plug . Next was a 2010 Auris never less than 52 mpg did have to change a gearbox on that at 110k . We now have 2015 1.4d4d auris average 57mpg with a load of urban driving and a weekly long fast trip on the motorway great car apart form rubbish headlights My mother had a 2004 1.3 Yaris Petrol automatic lovely car to drive increadibly releable but only about 38mpg around town I also have a yaris hybrid which cannot match the yaris diesel on ecomomy. but love driving it as imakes very easy driving around town
  13. It is take the 2 screws out and then it is one hell of a push to disconnect the light from the front lug .
  14. Not sure about the warrenty always worth asking the question .