The Toyota Verso MPV has reached 2016 model year and that brings a series of upgrades.
Not the most exciting car out there that’s for sure, but the Verso does serve its purpose quite nicely. Now, Toyota is trying to boost its appeal for families on the look for a compact MPV developed in Europe. All versions now come with the proprietary Toyota Safety Sense system adding Pre-Collision System (PCS), Automatic High Beam (AHB), and Lane Departure Alert (LDA).
In addition, Toyota has upgraded the 7-inch Touch 2 infotainment system that packs Go Plus navigation, several new functions, and a more user-friendly interface. Other novelties worth mentioning include the leather-wrapped steering wheel and a gear lever with metallic and leather finish. Moreover, there are graphite color inserts on the cup holders, parking brake lever, and on the center console.
Upgrade to the mid-range Verso and you receive a new higher quality upholstery with embossed inserts. Clients also can opt for the light grey and dark grey seats featuring leather side bolsters. Rounding off the list of changes are the fresh Platinum Bronze body color and redesigned 16- and 17-inch wheels with a machined-faced finish.
The 2016 Toyota Verso will go on sale in Europe from February and will carry over the 1.6 and 1.8 Valvematic gasoline engines and the 1.6 D-4D turbodiesel.