Toyota has announced some minor updates to its Verso MPV range as part of the 2015 model year. The Renault Scenic rival gets a new trim level, Euro 6 compliant engines and more equipment options, and is available to order now.
Prices remain unchanged, with the five-seat model kicking off at £17,770 in Active spec and the seven-seater costs another £530. The big addition is a new fully-loaded ‘Trend Plus’ trim level, which starts at £24,650. It’s most notable feature is a new rear-seat DVD entertainment system as standard, with two screens, wireless headsets and optional iPad holders.
It also gets leather seats, a touchscreen multimedia and infotainment system, DAB radio, Bluetooth, internet access and a reversing camera. it’s based on Trend spec, which itself gets dual-zone climate control, 17-inch alloys and parking sensors.
The three-strong engine range is now Euro 6 emissions compliant, although the 1.6 and 1.8-litre petrols and 1.6 D-4D diesel appear to be unchanged in terms of MPG, emissions and performance. A space saver is now standard on all models except, strangely, those with the panoramic glass roof optioned.
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