Toyota Verso

Auto Vitalitycross July 25, 2016 0 21
The Japanese car manufacturer Toyota with the Toyota Verso an attractive family car in its range. The Toyota Verso is available in 5- and 7-seater version. Toyota Verso offers with a car where space, comfort, technology come together. By default, the car is already very complete, and it can be dressed up with lots of extras.

Toyota Verso

Toyota has long enjoyed a family car in its range which can accommodate 7 people. The model and the name has since been adapted but still the Japanese car brand manages to secure a place in the supply of cars ?? s with seven seats.
Long ago had the Toyota Picnic, which was replaced in 2001. Toyota had the aim of each segment where they came out with a model, even bringing out an MPV variant. The existing models were given a higher seat, a higher roof and thus provided more space. So there was a Yaris Verso, Corolla Verso and Avensis Verso. Only the Toyota Avensis Verso offered a third row of seats and seat up to seven people. In 2006 we stopped the production of the Verso variants of existing models, including the Avensis Verso. They started delivering the Corolla Verso in a seven-seater version, and because this was the only Verso variant, it became a stand-alone model: Toyota Verso.
The Toyota Verso is available in 5- and 7-seater version. By folding down of all available seats, you take the car for passengers in a jiffy a large car for transportation of goods. All Verso ?? s are equipped with Toyota Optimal Drive. This is known to be less fuel and CO2 emission car driving, which contributes to a better environment. Verso achieves 5 stars in the new Euro NCAP safety test.
The Toyota Verso takes it in the market to include the Opel Zafira, the Mazda 5, the Peugeot 5008, Renault Scenic and the Citroen C4 Picasso.


Toyota Verso is available in a 5- or 7-seater version. That's the first choice you should make. In addition, it has four different standard equipment levels. This standard equipment one has the names: Comfort, Aspiration, Business, Data Dynamic Business.
The entry level is the Verso Comfort. This version includes 16 ?? steel wheels, bumpers and mirrors in the bodywork color, Infrared heated door mirrors, LED brake lights, Easy Flat 7 system, audio equipment with four speakers, control of many functions from the steering wheel, air conditioning, seven airbags, ABS, Brake Assistance, EBD, TRC and VSC +. This is an entry level model already very complete.
Verso Aspiration features include: 16 ?? alloy wheels, fog lamps, climate control, cruise control, hands-free telephone, audio and much more extensive nifty extra storage space.
Want more, then offer the Verso Business you include a panoramic glass roof, 17 ?? alloy wheels and a navigation system. The ultimate hit you at the Verso Business: rain sensor, Automatic headlights, parking sensors, heated seats, half leather upholstery and a more comprehensive navigation system. Then you have a very complete car. Are you still not satisfied then there are many accessories are easily available which you can dress up the car.


Toyota has an attractive range of engines available for the Verso. Depending on the trim level you can equip your Verso with one of the following power sources.
  • 1.6 liter VVT-i Valvematic petrol engine, 6 speed manual
  • 1.6 liter VVT-i Valvematic petrol engine, 6 speed manual
  • 2.0 liter D-4D diesel engine, 6 speed manual
  • 2.2-liter D-CAT A / T diesel engine, six-speed automatic transmission
  • 2.2-liter D-CAT diesel, 6 speed manual


The Toyota Verso Comfort is already available from ?? 23.755, - for the 1.6-liter VVT-i beznitermotor rising to ?? 28 870, - for the 2.0 liter D-4D diesel engine.
The most dressed-standard version starts at ?? 30 590, - for the 1.8 liter VVT-i petrol engine, rising to ?? 44.240, - for the 2.2 liter D-CAT diesel engine with automatic transmission. Other prizes are in between. More information about pricing can be found on Toyota's website or at the dealership.