Toyota with new Grade for the Verso Seven-Seater
Toyota's compact MPV is called Verso and it is now getting a brand new grade - Trend Plus. It will benefit from a lot of technology features, efficient engines and attractive characteristics. The seven-seater offers a variety of seating and storage configurations and this is why it is the perfect family car. The other reason is the technology equipment.
Besides the leather upholstery for the front and second row seats, other interior features include the Toyota Touch 2 with Go touchscreen-controlled multimedia and connectivity system with integrated satellite navigation, featuring a lot of exclusive functions.
Making it even better is the additional rear seat DVD entertainment system. The good new is that it comes as a standard. The system comprises of seatback mounts with dual monitors, wireless headsets and optional iPad holders. The same package will be also offered optionally on the Icon, Trend and Excel models.
In terms of exterior, the Trend grade has the advantage of riding on 17-inch alloy wheels. Other exclusive features include front parking sensors, dual-zone air conditioning, rear privacy glass, power windows, seven airbags, front fog lamps and fold-down seatback tables for second row passengers. There is an optional exterior metallic paint finish which is absolutely new, called Tidal Blue.
Exactly three are the engine options for the Verso Trend Plus. The first one is the 1.6-litre petrol Valvematic mated with six-speed manual transmission. The other is the 1.8-litre Valvematic petrol with Multidrive S CVT, while the last is the 1.6-litre D-4D diesel with six-speed manual transmission.
To sum up, Toyota is providing families with a lot of comfort and good choice of exclusive features with the Verso Trend Plus. Isn't that nice?