The Toyota Verso is compact enough so that parking isn't a nightmare, but then it hasn’t got the room of some of the competitors in the third row of seats.
There is a choice of two petrol engines; there is the 1.6 manual or the 1.8 automatic. In our opinion it is the 1.6 litre diesel that may come out ahead, due to the fact that it offers performance that is adequate. However, the engines are not the quietest and vibration may creep in.
The Active trim is the entry level version and the price tag is low, but then it misses out on some technology. Key equipment includes the DAB radio, alloy wheels, Bluetooth and electric windows.
We recommend the Icon trim as it is offered with just about everything that you might want, this includes a rear view camera on the back. The majority of versions offer seating for seven people, however, if you go for the Active models you can choose five or seven seats.
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