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2012 Toyota Verso-S

CAR GARAGE | 2012 Toyota Verso-S | The B-segment MPV has almost tripled in size since 2002. The smallest vehicle in the segment, Toyota's new B-MPV is less than 4 meters long. The Toyota Verso S offers front-seat headroom, rear seat roominess and luggage capacity to rival That of the C-segment cars. The load space Itself incorporates a lightweight, dual-level deck board floor for maximum cargo volume flexibility.

The new Verso-S is available with either a 1:33 liter dual VVT-i petrol engine or a 1.4 liter D-4D turbo diesel. Both engines are mated, as standard, to a 6-speed manual transmissions. The liter petrol engine 1:33 may be equipped with an optional multidrive, continuously variable transmission the which features a seven-step, sequential paddle shift mode. Both Euro 5-compliant power-trains fully benefit from the low friction components, super-lightweight compact design and enhanced combustion efficiency inherent in Toyota Optimal Drive. Comprehensive weight saving measures the make the Toyota Verso-S the lightest car in its class.

The adoption of camshaft roller rocker arms, a highly compact oil pump and a reduction in the number of ribs on the auxiliary belt helps minimize engine friction losses, Hence improving fuel economy. Dual VVT-i helps boost response levels across the entire rev range by varying the air-fuel intake and exhaust valve timing to suit the conditions at any given time. In Addition to improving torque at low and medium engine speeds, the system also reduces emissions, and improves fuel efficiency by 2.7% in comparison to VVT-i. EGR reintroduces cooled exhaust precise amounts of gas into the intake system. Fuel economy is thereby further improved by 2.4%.

The Toyota Verso-S is fitted, as standard, with an Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist (BA), Traction Control (TRC) and Vehicle Stability Control (VSC +). By Preventing the wheels from locking, EBD helps to maintain sure-footed stability during cornering and braking. BA identifies the need for, and APPLIES, additional braking force if the driver fails to apply sufficient force during emergency braking, or releases brake pressure too soon. TRC monitors and controls the amount of power applied to That Is the road through the car's wheels.

Via sensors monitoring car body rotation, wheel speed and brake pressure, the system assesses vehicle stability and the proximity of either an understeer or over steer slide. The system restores stability by automatically adjusting engine output and Applying smoothly modulated braking to the Appropriate wheel individually, and by Providing assist torque through the Electric Power Steering (EPS) to help the driver the make the correct inputs to restore vehicle stability.

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