Toyota-Auris-auto-sales-statistics-EuropeMonthly and annual sales figures for the Toyota Auris in Europe.

The Toyota Auris was introduced in 2007 as a replacement to the Toyota Corolla hatchback, while the Corolla sedan remained on the market as a four-door only. The first generation Auris was offered without a station wagon version, the second generation Auris, from 2012, has been available with a station wagon since 2013. It was the first station wagon available with a hybrid powertrain. In 2019 a new generation was launched and it returned to the Corolla name for the hatchback and station wagon as well.

Related model: Scion iM (USA).

See how Toyota Auris sales compare to the other models in the compact segment.

 

Toyota
Auris
2016
Toyota
Auris
2017
Toyota
Auris
2018
Toyota
Auris
2019
Toyota
Auris
2020
January 11.159 9.073 10.366 7.250 22
February 10.866 9.108 8.165 4.914 12
March 14.594 15.246 12.641 3.412 8
April 10.787 8.602 9.733 2.775 2
May 10.791 10.151 8.947 14.751.391 5
June 12.228 10.397 11.372 1.360 17
July 9.434 8.785 10.089 1.328 7
August 7.969 6.793 8.948 755 1
September 12.032 10.461 8.890 249
October 9.090 9.416 8.520 38
November 9.501 8.864 7.690 38
December 10.455 7.209 6.551 49

Toyota
Auris
2019 23.642
2018 111.912
2017 114.105
2016 128.906
2015 129.648
2014 128.905
2013 114.328
2012 65.810
2011 95.403
2010 94.827
2009 98.373
2008 132.605
2007 129.490
2006 183

 

First generation (2006-2012):

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Car sales statistics are from the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland. Sources: Manufacturers, ANDC, JATO Dynamics.