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The Top Gear car review:Toyota Verso
On the inside
Layout, finish and space
The boot is massive, albeit encroached by the wheelarches, and the rear seats flip down to form a flat-floored loading bonanza.
But, overall, you do wish that Toyota had made the Verso a little bigger, rather than try to squeeze so much from a smallish outer shell – second-row legroom is tight, third-row wafer-thin. It doesn’t do cubbyholes, either – why so slender door pockets? And why two small gloveboxes rather than one big one? At least the driving position is good, the instruments clear, and the general air one of long-lasting Japanese solidity – with Toyota promising the facelift has added more premium tactility, too.