Toyota Verso-S is the smallest mini-MPV on the market. However, it offers plenty of interior room and storage spaces. The vehicle is about 4 metres long, but the wheelbase is 2 550m, which means that it will ride comfortably.

Inside, everything is very well-proportioned, so the Verso-S offers generous space all-round for rear seat passengers. The front seats have thinner internal frames, so there are more knee-room for those in the back.

The rear seats can be folded 60:40 with a simple one-touch flat-fold mechanism. The boot space is 336 litres, but when the rear seats are folded flat, Verso-S offers 1 388 litres.

Toyota Verso-S offers 19 separate storage points, including door pockets, bottle and cupholders, a tray beneath the front passenger seat and a three-level dashboard compartment.

The mini-MPV is available on the market.

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