Toyota Verso-S UK Price

The new Verso-S marks the return of Toyota to the B-MPV market and offers the exact qualities a new modern family would want from a small and cute car like this!

With exceptional interior space and best-in-class emissions and fuel economy, the Verso-S comes in two grades, TR and T Spirit, both powered by 1.33-litre VVT-i petrol engine. It can be had with either a six-speed manual transmission or Multidrive S, the segment’s first CVT. (Economy figures: 127g/km and 51.4mpg for manual, 120g/km and 54.3mpg for Multidrive S).

Pricing for the Toyota Verso-S is £13,995 for TR and £14,995 for T Spirit, with Multidrive S adding an additional £1,150. So to all intents and purposes, the Verso is targeting the new Hyundai ix20.


More details on the 2011 Toyota Verso-S:

Interior space

On the outside the five-door Verso-S is shorter overall (less than four metres long) than any of its market rivals, but within a generous 2,550mm wheelbase Toyota has crafted exceptional interior space for both passengers and luggage. Every detail was addressed in the quest for the best possible packaging, including using a slimmer front seat design and tailoring the profile of the rear door trims to add extra “foot space” for easy passenger access.

The 60:40 rear seats can be folded flat in a one-touch action, a job that is made easier thanks to extra control levers being provided in the boot, and a two-position lightweight deckboard allows for loadspace depth to be easily adjusted. On T Spirit models a maximum 1,388 litres is available with the rear seats folded down.

Powertrain, emissions and economy

All versions of Verso-S are powered by Toyota’s 98bhp 1.33-litre VVT-i petrol engine, delivering the lowest CO2 emissions and best fuel economy in the mini-MPV segment

When matched to a six-speed manual transmission, the system delivers 127g/km and combined cycle fuel economy of 51.4mpg. Thanks the higher efficiency of the Multidrive S CVT – the only transmission of its kind in the segment – CO2 figures are lower still at 120g/km, with an improvement in average fuel consumption to 54.3mpg (combined cycle).


Verso-S introduces Toyota Touch, a new multimedia touchscreen system for controlling audio and communications functions. It is fitted as standard to all versions of the car and comes with Bluetooth for hands-free mobile phone use and audio streaming, plus a USB port for connecting personal music players. Toyota Touch also features a trip information screen, displaying details of journey time, distance and fuel economy, including journey-by-journey comparison records.

From May 2011 owners will be able to upgrade Toyota Touch with a new Touch and Go navigation package. This provides all key navigation functions, plus the flexibility to add more advanced features and applications, accessed via Google.

Grade structure, UK market and pricing

Verso-S is available in two trims – TR and T Spirit. Key features of the TR include Toyota Touch, Bluetooth, reversing camera, front fog lamps, air conditioning, seven airbags (including driver’s knee airbag) and one-touch folding rear seats.

T Spirit models additionally feature 16-inch alloy wheels, front and rear electric windows, a panoramic glass roof (the largest in the segment) and dark-tinted rear privacy glass.

Three option packs are available: Style Pack, with additional exterior chrome trim details; Leather Pack, with premium two-tone grey leather upholstery; and Protection Pack, which provides rear parking sensors, a boot liner and scuff plates.

From May, the Touch and Go navigation package will also be available (details above).

Retail sales are expected to account for more than 75 per cent of Verso-S sales, with 70 per cent of these being T Spirit models.

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