"Even though we have this car it is very cool. The best MPV around. Pepole think that the Citeron looks nice you have rotten brain. Its looks are not at all nice and there running costs are quite a rubbish combination. The Engine noise is quiet and it can be realy quiet when you have the automatic version. I think the car can beat any other MPV in its style, engine, interior, an engine noise. I havent told you about the interior, it is better than a fords. The TR 2.2 Verso is the best to get. And if you buy one have a good look at this review before you do it.
Having only collected my first Toyota car today, I have limited experience to go by. However, after a test drive I was quite taken with this MPV. It is like a Tardis inside(had a Megane beforehand)and with 3 children, one a growing teenager, the space it offers is brilliant. I purchased the car for practicality rather than speed, so what one loses in one hand, you gain something else in the other. A later review will be submitted when I have had the pleasure of driving my car for awhile.
Purchaed the Verso direct from a Toyota Main Dealer newly registered 1st September 2008. Special edition SR including £1,800 extra equipment FOC. Got £2,250 discount off the basic list price and the extra equipment was an added bonus.
My first experience of Toyota having been and am currently BMW,Audi,Mercedes for past 20 years. It proves to be a tremendous "workhorse" and lives up to its name in "versatility". Covered some 2500 miles to date can't wait to test the service and reliability I hear so much about.
Overall it is a well thought through proposition particularly if, like me, you have an occasional extended family and don't want a permanant coach. Engine performs well even when fully laden, if a little noisy before it warms up especially in traffic. The cabin is comfortable and very spacious. My main gripe is with the technology. The full colour screen Satellite Navigation system I ordered at the not inconsiderable sum of over £2k after VAT, has limited postcode search, no ability for a passenger to do anything when the vehicle is moving and slow to get started. I also had the iPod connector added at over £200 and this has also been a disappointment, unless you add every song to aplylist you have no way of playing any other way other than sequentially or random, not very helpful if you've got a lot of songs. Finally, my children were thrilled with the complimentary in head rest screens with DVD. However, my 13 year old daughter and I have become that frustrated with trying to get them to work that it is now spared for only the longest journey, which is probably a good thing in some respects but should one of choice rather than due to an inadequacy of the product. I have rated the car pretty highly because at the end of the day it does what it is designed to do very well but have to say I've been disappointed by the technology problems and would make me think carefully beore specifying such expensive options again in the future.
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