1.6 D-4D Design 5dr
- Vehicle Year, 2017
- Mileage, 44,694 miles
- Fuel Type, Diesel
- Transmission Type, Manual
Full price.£12,030Price per month. hp. £258
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The Toyota Verso is a practical MPV that’s a great alternative to other people carriers on the market. Since it was discontinued in 2018, you can only buy a used Verso, but these are where you can find the best deals. Its main rivals are the BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer, Citroen C4 Picasso, Ford C-Max and Kia Carens. Choose a used Toyota Verso at a great price, available on finance or to purchase.
Based on a cash price of £12,550 with a £2,000 customer deposit, borrowing £10,550 at a representative APR of 11.4%. 48 monthly payments of £194.03. Fixed rate of interest per annum 5.93%. Optional final payment. Option-to-purchase fee £10. Amount of interest £5,005.00. Total amount payable £16,318.44. Annual mileage limit 8,000 miles. Excess mileage charge 4p per mile.
1.6 D-4D Design 5dr
The Toyota Verso (2009-2018) is probably the most attractive automotive proposition for families with young children because it’s spacious and therefore practical too.
Trim levels include Active, Icon and Design – all of which get you scene seats and a plentiful boot.
Aside from being wildly practical, boasting seven seats and a 155-litre boot (growing to 440 litres with the rear seats folded), the Verso also has some other tricks up its sleeve.
As you move into the cabin, you’ll notice that it’s very similar to the Toyota Auris, with features such as Toyota’s Touch 2 infotainment system, a rear-view camera, cruise control, a DAB radio, powered rear windows and electrically adjustable door mirrors.
Opt for the top-spec model and you can get rear-seat DVD entertainment, which is ideal for keeping your kids occupied on longer journeys.
Since it’s a Toyota model, the Verso is a very reliable machine that uses tried-and-tested parts from across the brand’s model range.
Every new Toyota model comes with a with a three-year manufacturer warranty. Then, with every service you do at a Toyota dealer, you get a 10-year/100,000-mile extended warranty.
Not to worry if this isn’t the case, as you can add cinchCare to ensure the added protection of your new-to-you used car purchase.
The last time the Verso was tested by Euro NCAP was in 2010, when it scored a full five stars. This is thanks to safety features such as Electronic Stability Control (ESC), seatbelt reminders, plenty of airbags, and rear-seat ISOFIX child seat mounting points.
The Toyota Verso can be had with a choice of five engines, comprising two petrol and three diesels.
Both the 1.6-litre and 1.8-litre petrol engines are the best choices for most people who live in and around cities. If you tend to drive longer distances then one of the diesels is the one to have.
We’d recommend the newer BMW-derived 1.6-litre diesel engine because it’s smooth, punchy and very reliable. Plus, it offers up to 62.8mpg.
One of the largest considerations when buying a new car is the cost of insurance, but luckily the Verso sits between insurance groups 10 and 18, meaning it should be relatively cheap.
General maintenance costs should be very straightforward. The Verso is such a well-built car that it’s very unlikely to go wrong. Plus, Toyota knows a thing or two about making cars that can drive more than one million miles.
The Verso is ideal for those who need a larger vehicle – such as an MPV – that can move people around and that’s practical enough for an active family or dog owner.
What’s more, the Verso – being a Toyota – is extremely reliable and will run for many years to come.
The cost to buy a used Toyota Verso on finance will depend on the specific model variant you pick, as prices will always vary across the range.
Our Verso models are also available on finance deals, giving you the option to spread the cost.
The Toyota Verso has seven seats and is therefore perfect for large families and groups of friends.
The Verso was discontinued when there was dwindling demand for MPVs as SUVs began to grow in popularity. But had Toyota made a hybrid or electric version, things may have been different.
Offering up to 62.8mpg, the Verso is a very economical car in both petrol and diesel forms. If you need the extra efficiency, we’d go for the latter.
The Verso is most similar to Ford C-Max, VW Touran and Citroen C4 Picasso.