2012 Toyota Verso-S re-entry in market B-MPV on sale in February 2011, with a segment of the company itself was created with Version Yaris in 1990. B-segment MPV market nearly tripled in size since 2002. With the encouragement of downsizing, the growth of this car include a cross-section which is increasingly diverse, many of whom appreciate the flexibility of interior and loadspce offered by Toyota Verso-S which is a Multi-Purpose Vehicle.
This car will support the growth of B-segment hatchback, the conventional and more significantly, the empty Nester and rational downsizing are important for leisure, but also offers space and comfort level, and the quality experienced in the higher segment.
The Toyota Verso-S offers front seat headroom, rear seat roominess and luggage capacity to rival that of C-segment cars. Unique to the segment, its 60:40 split rear seats feature a one-touch, fold-flat mechanism operable from within the loadspace. The loadspace itself incorporates a lightweight, dual-level deck board floor for maximum cargo volume flexibility.
Also unique to the B-MPV segment, and a Toyota first, a new 6.1 “full color, touch-screen system, Toyota Touch offers its customers a comprehensive multimedia. from the middle class standard, recording AM / FM Radio, CD / MP3 player, mobile phone with Bluetooth connectivity, a USB port for connecting portable music players, a trip information screen and a rearview camera.
From May 2011 Toyota Touch & Go, a navigation system that offers the best value for money in the market, will equip the Toyota Verso-S. It includes the most popular navigation features, including advanced traffic coverage, set speed limits and speed cameras warnings.
With a compatible mobile phone via Bluetooth, the system offers connectivity on board with Google Local Search. Through Google Maps distance can be imported destinations from home or office, or Points of Interest can be downloaded for entry as targets.
Designed by Toyota, Touch & Go is flexible and affordable. The system with the latest features without the need for the multimedia base to upgrade to be updated. A Touch & Go Apps conditioning, fuel, weather and parking information available later in 2011. Then, when its new App options introduced accessible via a Web portal.
The easiest and most economical car in the B-segment MPV, the new Toyota Corolla Verso-S-customers a choice between a 1.33-liter Dual VVT-i petrol engine or a 1.4-liter D-4D Turbo Diesel. Both engines offer excellent fuel economy and CO2 emissions.
The 1.33-liter engine with an optional multi-drive, continuously variable transmission (CVT) with a 7-stage, sequential paddle-shift mode, the CVT will be fitted in the first segment.
he Toyota Verso-S has a long, 2,550mm wheelbase. Its wide opening front and rear doors give access to a spacious, practical and flexible interior. The interior design focuses not only on ergonomic excellence, but also on the high perceived quality and visual and tactile appeal demanded by increasingly discerning B-segment customers.
The dashboard shares the precise, clean lines of the exterior bodywork’s surfaces. It has been divided into upper and lower zones, reducing its perceived mass. Reinforcing the quality of the Toyota Verso-S interior, the upper instrument panel and the shoulder area of the front door panels are clad in soft-touch materials, and the instrument panel and upper door trim are finished in a new, geometric grain pattern which changes appearance from differing viewpoints. The instrument cluster, bright silver centre console and air vents are trimmed with crisp, three-dimensional, brushed metal finish surrounds to further enhance the perception of quality.
The functional, easy-to-read instrument cluster features three dials with a large, central speedometer. It houses a multi-information display which will indicate overall average fuel consumption, instantaneous fuel consumption and possible cruising range.
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