The facelifted Toyota Auris has been revealed.
Toyota says that as well as being restyled inside and out, the suspension has been retuned to improve its ride and handling on UK roads.
In addition, Toyota says the power steering has also been revised and refined to deliver better feedback and improved vehicle agility.
Exterior changes include a new front and rear bumper design, including integrated fog lamps, new headlamps, a revised bonnet and a new style of grille.
Inside, more soft-touch materials have been used across the top of the instrument binnacle and around the glovebox, and the centre console has been redesigned. The high-set handbrake has also been changed "for easier operation and improved tactile quality".
Additional standard kit includes a USB port and Aux-in socket and a leather flat bottomed steering wheel.
The engine range remains unchanged; buyers can choose from 1.33-litre and 1.6-litre petrols and a 1.4-litre diesel. Prices also remain unchanged.
A hybrid version of the Toyota Auris will be added to the line-up in July.