Most people will be able to find a comfortable driving position because there’s a good range of seat- and steering wheel adjustment. However, the windscreen pillars are set a long way forward and can obscure your view at times. Lots of the car’s functions are controlled through a touch-screen system, but it’s not the most intuitive thing to use.
Toyota Verso-S MPV space & practicality
The Verso-S has a very roomy cabin for a supermini-sized car, and the floor of its boot can be raised to the same height as the opening to make it easy to slide heavy items in and out. Just don’t expect the versatility that you get in rival mini-MPVs – the rear seats split and fold 60/40, and there’s no need to walk around to the side of the car to fold them because there are release handles in the boot, but that’s about it.
Toyota Verso-S MPV equipment
Even the entry-level TR model is pretty well equipped, getting electric front windows, air-conditioning, auxiliary and USB sockets, Bluetooth connectivity and a reversing camera. T Spirit trim adds electric rear windows, privacy glass, a panoramic sunroof and alloy wheels.