The new-generation Toyota Corolla Verso will challenge established perceptions of the compact MPV. A fully-fledged, seven-seat family car, the all-new Corolla Verso also offers a level of driving dynamics and quality far above that which the segment has hitherto offered.
Toyota had a record number of test drives this year at last week’s Mobility Roadshow, with over 500 visitors taking the opportunity to test its wide range of vehicles and adaptations on the famous Donington circuit.
When a leading IT service and support company asked its mobile engineers to put together a spreadsheet based on their experiences of a wide range of cars, the bottom line revealed a clear winner – the Toyota Verso.
The diverse virtues of the Toyota Verso have been recognised with the Best Compact MPV title in the 2006 What Car? awards. The Verso T3 2.2 D-4D 140 model emerged the winner in a category representing one of the most hard-fought segments of the UK car market.
A nip and tuck have given the Toyota Verso compact MPV a fresh look this summer, with the introduction of a bolder front bumper and new front grille that link the model more closely to the family styling of the Yaris and Auris models.
Toyota Corolla Verso has won the award for Best Small MPV in the 2007 Fleet World Honours. The trophy was presented at a special ceremony held at the Royal Automobile Club, Pall Mall on Thursday 17th May.
Toyota’s rapidly expanding UK model line-up gains another new member this week with the sales launch of new Verso, bringing more style, space, safety and advanced equipment features to the compact MPV segment.