Toyota Verso

The Toyota Verso is designed with the family in mind. To that end, it's very solidly built and features a spacious cabin and refined drive. Like the Renault Grand Scenic, the Toyota Verso MPV comes with seven seats as standard, and all five of the rear chairs flip and fold to create the right mix of person and luggage carrying capability. The Toyota Verso is very easy to drive, and visibility is good. The styling, both inside and out, isn’t particularly inspiring, but the quality of the finish is impressive.

Toyota Verso MPV

Price 
£17,770 - £23,995
5 Doors
3.3 / 5
Pros
  • Strong resale values
  • Low running costs
  • Well built and reliable
Cons
  • Cramped rear seats
  • High price tag
  • Small boot with all seats in place

The Toyota Verso is designed with family in mind. To that end, it's very solidly built and is comfortable to drive. Like the Renault Grand Scenic, the Verso MPV comes with seven seats as standard (on all but the most basic model). All five of the car's rear chairs flip and fold - meaning that the interior feels quite versatile. Be warned, however, the rearmost seats are a little cramped, and too small for adults or big kids.

Around town, the Verso's compact dimensions mean it is easy to drive, and visibility is good. The styling, both inside and out, isn’t particularly inspiring, but the build quality is impressive.