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Toyota Corolla Verso II

Toyota Corolla Verso — 2009)

Introduction

taken a while but the public is now catching on to quite what a car Toyota’s Corolla Verso is. The generation car was a product that passed the British public by and was ignored. Undeterred by this Toyota went back to the board and launched a second Corolla Verso in 2004 has started to pick up some sales. Despite the fact it wins almost every test it ever enters, the has never sold in the same of magnitude as cars like the Zafira, the Renault Scenic or the Xsara Picasso, but live one for any extended period of time and have to admit that have got the product spot-on. how to pick up a decent post-2004 generation model.

Models

Covered: (5DR MINI-MPV 1.8 PETROL, 2.0, 2.2 DIESEL T3, T SPIRIT, T180, SR, TR ])

History

The key amongst buyers of the Mk1 Corolla was that the bulbous styling was anonymous, so Toyota’s designers their pencils and set about a sharper set of clothes for the second Corolla Verso. While were at it, they invested in a overhaul of the interior, endowing it a good deal more and equipment. The engines and running never generated any cause for and were largely left as were the existing trim T2, T3 and plush T Spirit models offered with a choice of a 109bhp 1.6-litre powerplant or a 127bhp engine. By far the most option, however, was the uprated D4-D diesel unit. was until the 2.2-litre D4-D entered the range in the later of 2005, the Corolla Verso was simply Verso at around the time. The standard 134bhp was pokey enough but the 175bhp in the T180 model really a punch. In the summer of 2007, the received a revised grille and to bring it in line with the and Yaris. The T3 models received climate control while the and T180 derivatives got sat nav.

A sporty looking SR special was also introduced.

What You Get

The shape is still of the original Corolla Verso but seems to have been up, as if the Verso has spent a month at Fit Club. The wheel arches are defined, and the front grille and are slimmer and sleeker. There’s a definite upper and lower to the car, helped by those shoulders which give it a far progressive look. Unlike similarly sized rivals, the Verso can seat seven uniquely in its class, all five seats fold down the floor to create a totally loading surface. This that you won’t need to heavy seats into and out of the car if carrying capacity is required. A lot of has gone into this the seats not only being the in class but also requiring a one-touch operation to fold one flat. The interior looks a deal sharper than the old with tighter manufacturing meaning panel fits are As with all manufacturers, Toyota worked hard at getting the slam’ sound exactly and the combination of carefully sited and clever air sealing makes the Verso sound more than Fort Knox you slam the doors shut. The used throughout the cabin been thoroughly upgraded too a combination of metallic finishes to the centre console. The design on geometric shapes and three-dimensional to render an arch like It’s quite unlike any Toyota interior and marks a new direction that’s surprisingly for a model that will be to some of the most conservative new car

What You Pay

Prices for the second Corolla Verso start at for 1.6-litre T2 models but it’s stretching to £11,700 for the first of the cars as these offer more shove with any penalty in terms of fuel If you’re planning to run your with a full load on a basis or even contemplate it for light towing duties, certainly want the 2.0-litre diesel. You’ll also a bit of luck finding one as these seem to be changing hands any great frequency. Track a one down and you’ll need to at least £12,600 for a 54-plated T2 Insurance for the Corolla Verso its family-friendly image and ranges Group 5 and Group 8.

What to Look For

Toyota Corolla Verso II

The Corolla has a reputation for monotonous reliability and the is no exception. A long-term vehicle we didn’t miss a beat its tenure with us despite subjected to all manner of long journeys. The seat folding is rugged and well thought but make sure the seat haven’t been damaged removed from the car. The area itself is also and the engines and running gear similarly bombproof. As long as the records have been adhered to it’s difficult to a more reliable proposition.

Parts

(approx based on a 1.6 T3) spares are by no means as cheap as offered by Ford or Vauxhall but a of pricing has dropped the costs A clutch assembly will in the region of £130, whilst an is around £330. A new starter retails for around £150, a replacement headlamp will be in the of £200. Repair costs been kept down a consequent effect on insurance

On the Road

The Corolla Verso be the choice of the driver who’s between a hot hatch and a mini-MPV but a great car for those who want a mini-MPV that can cruise and reliably. The 100bhp 1.6VVT-i isn’t a bad engine but most deem the additional zip of the 133bhp version well worth the There are far sportier choices in the mini-MPV sector and the Corolla majors instead on offering a ride and simplicity of operation. The feel a little wooden at but there’s no lack of bite you plant the pedal. One particularly point is the good all-round which is a major bonus in traffic and while easing tight parking spots.


Overall

Although it’s far the most glamorous mini-MPV, the Verso is, on most objective up there with the best. entrants like the latest Zafira and Honda FR-V run it close but if you need a vehicle does it all with no fuss and no the Toyota would still be top of my

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