The Toyota Verso is a great seven-seater MPV with space and practicality, It's also well-built and has low-running costs to boost its appeal.
The engines for the Verso are economical and responsive with a choice of three: 1.6 litre and 1.8 litre petrol engines and a 2.0 litre diesel. Of the line-up, the diesel is the most efficient and will return 62mpg with CO2 emissions of 119g/km which are quite respectable numbers considering the size of the car. The petrol engines aren’t quite as efficient with the 1.6 litre returning around 43mpg and 154g/km of CO2 and the 1.8 litre returning 42mpg and 159g/km.
Finding a reliable and practical family MPV can be a tough task but the Toyota Verso will tick a lot of boxes for potential owners. For instance, it is well priced for an MPV, it handles extremely well, it is cheap to run and is solidly built. The Verso features seven seats but the rear two are only large enough for children really but there's enough versatility in the set-up to compensate. The seating arrangement is the firm's 'Easy Flat' folding system consists of 32 configurations to meet just about every requirement possible.
The handling capabilities of the Verso are pretty much what one would expect from an MPV so it's assured and comfortable while the suspension is soft enough to iron out the bumps in the road. The interior has been well-designed and the components will take years of punishment and there’s lots of space on board. When seven seats are in place, the boot is a sparse 155litres but with the back row seats folded flat it increases to 440litres. However, with the middle row folded flat that will expand to a useful 1,696litres. Because it's a Toyota, the Verso is a very safe car to drive; it scored full marks in the Euro NCAP crash safety tests and is fitted with electronic stability control and ABS as well as a range of airbags.
The Verso also has an impressive list of standard equipment including steering wheel controls, air con, folding heated door mirrors. Other models have Bluetooth connectivity, reversing camera, an infotainment system and DAB radio.
Essentially, the Toyota Verso makes for a great choice for a family that regularly needs seven seats to carry everyone in comfort and safety.
Why not have a look at the Verso on the official Toyota UK company website and get the latest news about the Verso in the UK at The UK Toyota Owners' Club. You may also like to see what they're saying about it on the Top Gear website.
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