The modelRead full review
Incredible versatility thanks to its seating for up to nine people and a fine option if space is your absolute priority, but don’t expect the van-based Toyota Proace Verso to drive as well as smaller MPVs, or look as nice inside.
The trimSee full equipment
This trim is a bit plusher and has more safety kit (automatic emergency braking is standard). You get alloy wheels, a head-up display and keyless entry. It comes with eight seats and is available in Medium length only.
The engineSee full engine specs
The most powerful engine in the line-up will see off 0-62mph in 8.8sec and is available only with an eight-speed automatic gearbox, which is smooth but a bit slow. It makes easy work of motorway journeys thanks to the additional power. The only trouble is that it’s significantly more expensive than the 148bhp version and you can ‘only’ have a maximum of eight seats.
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