For The Verso is comfortable, refined at high speeds and the diesel is gutsy and efficient. There’s plenty of space in the front two rows, and a decent-sized boot in five-seat mode.
Against The Verso isn't quite as roomy as many rivals, and the seating layout is a bit awkward to adjust. Space in the third row is tight.
The Toyota Verso isn’t the biggest or most versatile MPV, but we’d recommend it anyway providing you don't carry seven people regularly. Relaxing driving manners, competitive running costs and solid build quality all add to the Verso’s appeal.
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The Toyota Verso isn't the biggest MPV, which is a blessing or a curse, depending on your viewpoint.
On one hand, it's compact enough to make parking easy, but on the other, it doesn't provide as much space in the third row of seats as some rivals.
The range has three trims and three engines. The 1.6-litre models are available with either five or seven seats, and the 1.8-litre petrol engine comes with the a CVT automatic, but most buyers will go for the 2.0-litre diesel.
Entry-level Active trim keeps prices low, but it misses out on some key features, including a DAB radio, electric rear windows, Bluetooth and alloy wheels.
We'd recommend Icon trim, which has everything you're likely to want, including a rear-view camera.
Excel is for those willing to pay for extras such as rear door sunshades, automatic lights and wipers, leather upholstery and cruise control.
The key option is Toyota’s Touch and Go, which gives you satellite-navigation.
I've found my Verso a pleasure to own over the last year. It might not be as big as an Alhambra or S-Max but you'll be surprised just how much room…
Update after 20 Months and 21k miles. Car still fautless. Interior particularly is well made, takes family life in its stride. Servicing not cheap,…
Wonderfull car, very roomy and confortable, excellent on motorways, very stable, and the 126 horse power engine does a honorable job, it´s not a…
Not the most exciting form of transport but then again not expected to be, is is a family transporter after all, but for safe(5*)for up to 7,…
This is our favourite diesel-powered Verso, delivering a good standard of kit and performance, while not costing too much to buy or run. It's a fine family car.