New car consumers have a complex decision to choose the correct car in relation to their requirements, nonetheless for those looking for a car that’ll be relatively small on the outside, yet spacious on the inside, the choice is straightforward thanks to Toyota and their clever Verso-S.
The Verso-S is available across three grades, Terra, Luna and Sol. I test drove the €19,995 Luna model, which comes well equipped with features like air conditioning, 16” alloys, and Bluetooth included. The colour touch-screen display is straightforward to use and also doubles as a screen for the reversing camera. For a car that’s less than four metres in length, it’s got a fairly impressive boot space of 393 litres, which can be increased to 1,341 litres with the rear seats folded.
The 99hp delivered from the Verso’s 1.3l VVT-i engine is ample enough to propel the car around town with ease. There’s great all-round visibility whilst driving, and thanks to its tall stance there’s plenty of headroom front and rear. The Verso-S offers low road tax (band B), a high level of safety equipment, a spacious interior and a reassuring drive which makes for truly reliable motoring.[table “26” not found /]