There are three grades in the Proace Verso range: 'Shuttle', 'Family' and 'VIP'. 'Shuttle' is available in medium or long body sizes; 'Family' in compact or medium; and 'VIP' in long. Prices start from around £29,500. If you can't stretch to that, Toyota offers a more basic alternative in the form of its 'Proace Combi' model, which costs around £26,000, essentially a basic minibus version of the Proace van. Standard kit across the Proace Verso range includes power windows, dark-tinted rear windows, dusk-sensing headlights, front fog lights, cornering lights, rain-sensing windscreen wipers, electrically adjustable heated door mirrors and body colour-matched bumpers and door handles.
All models feature a tailgate with a heater and rear wiper system, while in the cabin, whichever version you go for, you can expect to find curtain airbags, a multi-function roof and automatic dual-zone (front/rear) air conditioning. The Toyota Pro-Touch seven-inch touchscreen is the hub for the vehicle's infotainment system, giving clear and simple control of the eight-speaker audio with DAB tuner and the optional satellite navigation system. Smartphones can be integrated using Bluetooth, with connectivity also available via an Aux-in socket and USB port. Vinyl seat upholstery and the Toyota Safety Sense package (detailed below) can be specified as options.