2011 Toyota Verso-S In Details


Toyota released further details of its sporty little Verso-S which marks the brand’s comeback to the B-MPV segment after the success of the Yaris Verso.

It is more practical and flexible than the old Verso, but it’s more car like and more importantly, it looks quite good as well.

In terms of the interior space, you get a wheelbase of 2,500mm and class-leading front passenger headroom, rear seat knee room and loadspace length and volume. Also the 60:40 split rear seats have a centre arm rest and a one-touch fold-flat mechanism. The top-hinged tailgate is cut into the rear bumper, which means there is lip-free access to the loadspace.

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There’s also no compromise on the convenience either. As a highlight, you get a 6.1-inch, full colour Touch Screen Multimedia Interface. This gives clear and easy access to controls for the radio, CD/MP3 player and Bluetooth. There is also a USB port for connecting portable music players, and the screen can display album cover artwork (with compatible music players) and present the real-time view from a rear parking camera.

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As for the engines, the car will launches with a 1.33-litre Dual VVT-i petrol unit, developing 98bhp at 6,000rpm and peak torque of 126Nm at 4,000rpm. With the standard six-speed gearbox, this engines does 51.4mpg, with 127g/km CO2 emissions. But with the Multidrive S, Toyota’s continuously variable transmission, it’ll be capable of 54.3mpg and 120 g/km.

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