The 2014 Toyota Verso MPV although many suspected that it was not at first. That's because Toyota still has a job to do to settle with buyers to keep the family minivan market. For proof just ask most users what a Picasso a C Max or Scenic is and if a Verso deserves a mention in the same sentence.
It is the first Toyota to offer the new 1.6-liter turbodiesel engine which replaces the old 2.0-liter D-4D. Toyota engineers have made some changes in hardware and software for the engine with manual six-speed gearbox and 110 hp. The Verso is listed among the most fuel efficient cheapest market with seven seats.
Toyota has also used this model to introduce a new trim level midrange to the Toyota Verso range with alloy wheels 17 inch satellite navigation reversing camera front parking sensors front fog lamps and crystal Privacy. In the following link you can see a complete catalog of parts for Toyota.
The cabin of the 2014 Toyota Verso is widely nice well finished and spacious but here too some places show the lack of attention to detail Toyota. The interior door handles feel weak and poorly finished. There is decent space for passengers with the second row seats that fold and slide independently but none of the characteristics surprise we've come to expect from the class.
The driving experience of Verso however shows a more careful consideration. The new diesel is as quiet and smooth as any in the class as well as economic. The handling is safe and stable and body control is good accurately and consistently directs its weight. It is though quite monotonous accurate safe and friendly sort of a unit. See more features Toyota Verso on the official website of Toyota. for the other reviews about the newest cars visit here.
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