Common Name: Ractis
Engine: I4 DOHC (1NR-FE)
Horsepower: 99 hp / 6000 rpm
Torque: 13.5 kgm / 3800 rpm
Dimensions: 3990 mm x – mm x – mm
Wheelbase: 2550 mm
Model Number: 92
Made In: China
The Toyota Ractis is a subcompact car produced by the Japanese automakers Toyota and Kanto Auto Works. It is a five-seated vehicle based on the Vitz, and was introduced in October 2005 as the successor of the Yaris Verso. The name “Ractis” derives from “Run”, “Activity” and “Space”. Although the car offered a lot of space and practicality, it did not sell that well.
The second generation Ractis was unveiled at the 2010 Paris Motor Show as the Toyota Verso-S.
The introduction of the Verso-S will mark the re-entry of Toyota into the European B-MPV segment. When it hits the market, the Verso-S will have the shortest overall length of any MPV in its class in Europe.
The Verso-S will be available with a choice of two engines, a 1.33-liter gasoline unit or a 1.4-liter D-4D turbo diesel, both mated to a standard 6-speed manual gearbox. The gasoline engine may also be equipped with an optional, Multidrive S, continuously variable transmission, which features a 7-speed, sequential paddle shift mode. The petrol model delivers a combined fuel economy of 5.5 lt/100 km [42.8 mpg US] and CO2 emissions of 127 g/km, and the diesel model, 4.3 lt/100 km [54.7 mpg US] and 113 g/km respectively.