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Toyota Auris 2.2 D-cat specs

Car type Compact
Curb weight 1453 kg (3203 lbs)
Power / weight 122 ps (120 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 275 Nm (203 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2007
Origin country Japan
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Submitted by Georg

Performance

Top speed 210 kph (130 mph)
0 - 100 kph 8.1 s
0 - 100 mph 24.2 s
Est. 1/8 mile 11.1 s @ 74.6 mph
1/4 mile 16.0 s

More acceleration times

Toyota Auris 2.2 D-cat acceleration graph

Powertrain

Engine type inline 4 16V turbo diesel
Displacement 2.2 l (134 ci)
Power 177 ps (174 bhp / 130 kw)
Torque 400 Nm (295 lb-ft)
Power / liter 80 ps (79 hp)
Transmission 6 speed stick shift
Layout front engine, front wheel drive

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Auris 2.2 D-cat rivals

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NotSoSlowy  5y ago

I have some doubts about this numbers, they may be a bit biased.

I recommend that if you want to test how a specific car may perform under YOUR own conditions use a car simulator like nxgtrsim.com


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Slowy  5y ago

I have some doubts about this numbers, they may be a bit biased.

I recommend that if you want to test how a specific car may perform under YOUR own conditions use a car simulator like .nxgtrsim.com


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Anonymous  9y ago

Wouldnt say that.


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Georg  9y ago

you never know the weather conditions at the test day... for example best motoring NEVER reach similar 1/4mile times to US magazines...more amazing is that in many cases the US magazines get some amazing 0-60mph times but at 0-100mph(160km/h) the europen and US times are in most cases pretty identical... many time the europen 0-160km/h times are better than the US tested..


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Anonymous  9y ago

It might be quicker in real life, not sure if this guy got the numbers enter correctly into this simulator though... www.vimulator.com and then load ID 2965


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Anonymous  9y ago

apparently, sometimes i am curious where or how some people get these terrible stats from cars noadays, even on excellent tarmac. i mean ive noticed ALOT of these straightline tests done in Europe are ALOT slower than the ones tested in Japan and America, whether it be 0-60 or 0-62. just the other day i saw on youtube some driver from Switzerland ran a SkyLine R34 V-Spec II from 60mph, not 62mph, in 5.9 seconds!! was like wtf? and another guy in America ran one in 4.8! was like wtf again, im just guessing but maybe people who tests cars cant shift as good as people from the US or Japan? i dunno im just theorizing, i mean it just seem that way, maybe theres some different method of shifting depending where your from??


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Anonymous  9y ago

Better performance figures for the Auris 2.2D-CAT than those achieved by Georg:

0-100 km/h 8.2 secs
402m 1/4 mile: 16.0 secs @ 86.4mph
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0-1000m: 28.7 secs @ 108mph

http://www.avto-magazin.si/avtomobilski-testi/?n=12066


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Des  9y ago

Jose,

9.7 seconds is too slow. I think you need to learn how to launch this car properly.


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Anonymous  9y ago

Find some other figures for the Auris SR180 2.2D-CAT here:

0-60mph 7.778 secs (not 0-62mph)
0-100mph 22.276 secs
1/4 mile: 16.152 secs @ 85.51mph

http://www.tunit.com/resource/press_releases/toyotaauris.pdf


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José  9y ago

I got 9,7s for 0-60mph on dry Santa Pod concrete.


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T180 2.2 D-CAT owner  10y ago

Be interested to see if the UK SR180 version with it's lower suspension as standard does any better.

Also, like to know if the much talked about 'run in' process for a diesel really 'loosens it up' to give better performance.

Would like to suggest adding mileage/Km on the clock at time of testing to the technical data reports.


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Georg  11y ago

that is the time the car was tested...


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Anonymous  11y ago

The 0-100kmh time is wrong - should be 8.1 seconds.

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