Toyota's Yaris Verso is ideally suited for people with disabilities because of the easy access it affords, according to former paratrooper Ken McIlwee, who has just taken delivery of the car he ordered under the Motability scheme.
Yaris Verso is a new compact car from Toyota that offers young families all the space and performance they are looking for without the cost of upgrading to a larger car and with the added bonus of being stylish, versatile and fun to drive.
Toyota’s Ambitious Approach to Europe With a total production in 1998 of almost 5.2 million vehicles, including Daihatsu, Toyota is the third largest manufacturer of cars and light commercial vehicles in the world. In Japan, the company has been the […]
Called the Yaris Verso, it promises to deliver the flexibility of an MPV to a new generation of small car drivers. For example, the rear seats can be folded completely flat into the floor to create a large load carrying area.