Toyota Verso-S Manual

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care
When trouble
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Vehicle specifi-
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VERSO-S_EE
Adjusting and operating features such as door locks,
mirrors, and steering column.
Driving, stopping and safe-driving information.
Air conditioning and audio systems, as well as other in-
terior features for a comfortable driving experience.
Cleaning and protecting your vehicle, performing do-it-
yourself maintenance, and maintenance information.
What To Do If the vehicle needs to be towed, gets a flat
tire, or is involved in an accident.
Detailed vehicle information.
Alphabetical listing of information contained in this man-
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  • Page 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Adjusting and operating features such as door locks, Before driving mirrors, and steering column. When driving Driving, stopping and safe-driving information. Air conditioning and audio systems, as well as other in- Interior features terior features for a comfortable driving experience. Maintenance and Cleaning and protecting your vehicle, performing do-it- care...
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS Index 1-4. Opening and closing the Before driving windows Power windows ....90 1-1. Key information 1-5. Refueling Keys........30 Opening the fuel tank cap ..93 1-2. Opening, closing and 1-6. Theft deterrent system locking the doors Engine immobilizer Smart entry &...
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    2-3. Operating the lights and When driving wipers Headlight switch ....210 Fog light switch ....216 2-1. Driving procedures Windshield wiper and Driving the vehicle ....148 washer ......218 Engine (ignition) switch Rear window wiper and (vehicles with a smart washer ......
  • Page 4 TABLE OF CONTENTS Index 3-3. Using the interior lights Interior features Interior lights list ....320 • Personal lights ....321 • Personal/interior lights ..321 3-1. Using the air conditioning • Interior light ...... 322 system and defogger Manual air conditioning 3-4.
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    Maintenance and care When trouble arises 4-1. Maintenance and care 5-1. Essential information Cleaning and protecting Emergency flashers ... 424 the vehicle exterior ... 352 If your vehicle needs to Cleaning and protecting be towed ......425 the vehicle interior .... 356 If you think something is wrong .......
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Index If the shift lever cannot be Vehicle specifications shifted ....... 482 If you lose your keys ... 483 If the electronic key does 6-1. Specifications not operate properly ..484 Maintenance data If the battery is (fuel, oil level, etc.) ...
  • Page 7 VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 8 Pictorial index Exterior Headlights P. 210 Turn signal lights P. 192 Outside rear view Windshield wiper P. 218 mirrors P. 88 Hood P. 365 Turn signal lights P. 192 Front position lights P. 210  Front fog lights P. 216 VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 9 Rear window defogger P. 276  Turn signal lights P. 192 Camera Fuel filler door Rear window wiper P. 224 P. 93 Back door P. 64 Side doors P. 58 Tail lights P. 210 License plate lights P. 210 Rear fog light (for left- hand traffic) P.
  • Page 10 Interior Pictorial index (Left-hand drive vehicles)  Tilt and telescopic steering lock release lever  tilt steering lock release lever P. 84 SRS driver airbag P. 112  Power window switches P. 90 Horn P. 194 Head restraints P. 75 Shift lever P.
  • Page 11 Vanity mirrors Sun visors P. 330 P. 329  Personal/interior lights P. 321  Personal lights P. 321  Microphone  SRS curtain shield airbags Panoramic roof shade  P. 112 switch P. 338 Interior light P. 322 Assist grips P.
  • Page 12 Interior Pictorial index (Left-hand drive vehicles) Type A Power window switches P. 90 Inside lock button P. 59 Door lock switch P. 58 Window lock switch P. 90 Type B Power window switches P. 90 Door lock switch P. 58 Inside lock button P.
  • Page 13 Instrument panel Pictorial index (Left-hand drive vehicles) Headlight switch P. 210 Turn signal lever P. 192 Fog light switch P. 216 Gauges and meters P. 195 Engine (ignition) switch (vehicles with a smart entry & start system) P. 164 Emergency flasher switch P.
  • Page 14 Instrument panel Pictorial index (Left-hand drive vehicles) Vehicles with an automatic air conditioning system Air conditioning Rear window and out- system side rear view mirror P. 268  defoggers switch rear window defogger Stop & Start cancel   switch P.
  • Page 15  Paddle shift switches P. 180, 185  Telephone Audio switches  switch P. 317 Cruise control  switch P. 233 Engine (ignition) switch (vehicles without a smart entry & start system) P. 174 Headlight leveling dial P. 211 VSC/TRC off switch P.
  • Page 16 Interior Pictorial index (Right-hand drive vehicles) Tilt and telescopic steering lock release lever P. 84 SRS driver airbag P. 112 Head restraints P. 75 Horn P. 194 Seat belts P. 77 Shift lever P. 178, 189 Power window Auxiliary box ...
  • Page 17 Anti-glare inside rear view mirror P. 86 Vanity mirrors P. 330 Sun visors P. 329  Panoramic roof shade switch P. 338  Microphone SRS curtain shield airbags P. 112 Assist grips P. 341 Personal/interior  Interior light P. 322 lights P.
  • Page 18 Interior Pictorial index (Right-hand drive vehicles) Type A Power window switches P. 90 Inside lock button P. 59 Window lock switch P. 90 Door lock switch P. 58 Type B Power window switches P. 90 Inside lock button P. 59 Window lock switch P.
  • Page 19 Instrument panel Pictorial index (Right-hand drive vehicles) Windshield wiper and washer switch P. 218, 224 Gauges and meters P. 195 Emergency flasher switch P. 424  Audio system P. 278  “touch screen” Shift lock override  button P. 481 Power outlet P.
  • Page 20 Instrument panel Pictorial index (Right-hand drive vehicles) Vehicles with an automatic air conditioning system Air conditioning Rear window defogger system P. 268 switch P. 276  “SPORT” switch P. 179 Vehicles with a manual air conditioning system Rear window defogger switch P.
  • Page 21  Paddle shift switches P. 180  Audio switches Telephone P. 317  switch Cruise control  switch P. 233 Engine (ignition) switch (vehicles without a smart entry & start system) P. 174 Engine (ignition) switch (vehicles with a smart entry & start system) P.
  • Page 22 Pictorial index Luggage compartment Child restraint anchor brackets P. 135  Dual-level deck board P. 344 Deck board P. 344 VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 23 Rear seatback lock release lever P. 72 Power outlet P. 333 Cargo hook P. 344 Rear seatback lock release lever P. 72 Cargo hook P. 344  : If equipped VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 24: For Your Information

    Accessories, spare parts and modification of your Toyota Both genuine Toyota and a wide variety of other spare parts and accessories for Toyota vehicles are currently available on the market. Should it be...
  • Page 25 Further information regarding frequency bands, power levels, antenna posi- tions and installation provisions for the installation of RF-transmitters, is available on request at any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional. Scrapping of your Toyota The SRS airbag and seat belt pretensioner devices in your Toyota contain explosive chemicals.
  • Page 26 CAUTION  General precautions while driving Driving under the influence: Never drive your vehicle when under the influ- ence of alcohol or drugs that have impaired your ability to operate your vehi- cle. Alcohol and certain drugs delay reaction time, impair judgment and reduce coordination, which could lead to an accident that could result in death or serious injury.
  • Page 27 This is a warning against something which, if ignored, may cause damage to the vehicle or its equipment. You are informed about what you must or must not do in order to avoid or reduce the risk of damage to your Toyota and its equipment.
  • Page 28 VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 29 Before driving 1-1. Key information 1-5. Refueling Keys........30 Opening the fuel tank cap........93 1-2. Opening, closing and 1-6. Theft deterrent system locking the doors Engine immobilizer Smart entry & start system ......97 system ......33 Double locking system..105 Wireless remote control ..
  • Page 30: Keys

    1-1. Key information Keys The following keys are provided with the vehicle. Vehicles without a smart entry & start system (type A) Key (with a wireless remote control function) Operating the wireless remote control function (P. 53) Key (without a wireless remote control function) Key number plate Vehicles without a smart entry &...
  • Page 31 (without a smart entry & start system) or mechanical key (with a smart entry & start system) is lost, a new key can be made by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional using the key number plate. (P. 483) ...
  • Page 32 In case of a smart entry & start system malfunction or other key-related problems (vehicles with a smart entry & start system) Take your vehicle with all the electronic keys provided with your vehicle to any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional. ...
  • Page 33: Smart Entry & Start System

    1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors  Smart entry & start system The following operations can be performed simply by carrying the electronic key on your person, for example in your pocket. (The driver should always carry the electronic key.) Electronic key Electronic key Electronic key...
  • Page 34 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Unlocking and locking the side doors (front door handles only) Grip the handle to unlock the doors. Make sure to touch the sensor on the back of the handle. The doors cannot be unlocked for 3 seconds after the doors are locked.
  • Page 35 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Unlocking and locking the back door Press the button to unlock the door. The door cannot be unlocked for 3 seconds after the door is locked. Press the button to lock the door. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 36 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Antenna location and effective range  Antenna location Antennas outside the cabin Antennas inside the cabin Antenna outside the luggage compartment VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 37 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors  Effective range (areas within which the electronic key is detected) When locking or unlocking the doors The system can be operated when the electronic key is within about 0.7 m (2.3 ft.) either of the outside front door handles and back door.
  • Page 38 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors  Operation signals The emergency flashers flash to indicate that the doors have been locked/ unlocked. (Locked: once; Unlocked: twice)  When the door cannot be locked by the lock sensor Use your palm to touch the lock sensor. ...
  • Page 39 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Alarm Situation Correction procedure An attempt was made to Retrieve the elec- lock the doors using the tronic key from the smart entry & start system vehicle and lock the Exterior alarm while the electronic key doors again.
  • Page 40 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Alarm Situation Correction procedure The driver’s door was opened while any shift Interior alarm position other than P was Shift the shift lever to sounds continu- selected without turning off ously* the “ENGINE START STOP”...
  • Page 41 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Conditions affecting operation  The smart entry & start system uses weak radio waves. In the following situ- ations, the communication between the electronic key and the vehicle may be affected, preventing the smart entry & start system, wireless remote con- trol and engine immobilizer system from operating properly.
  • Page 42 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Notes for the entry function   Even when the electronic key is within the effective range (detection areas), the system may not operate properly in the following cases: • The electronic key is too close to the window or outside door handle, near the ground, or in a high place when the doors are locked or unlocked.
  • Page 43 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Notes for locking the doors   Touching the door lock sensor while wearing gloves may delay or prevent lock operation. Remove the gloves and touch the lock sensor again.  When the lock operation is performed using the lock sensor, recognition signals will be shown up to two consecutive times.
  • Page 44 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Alarm (vehicles with an alarm)  Using the smart entry & start system to lock the doors will set the alarm sys- tem. (P. 107)  To operate the system properly Make sure to carry the electronic key when operating the system. Do not get the electronic key too close to the vehicle when operating the system from the outside of the vehicle.
  • Page 45 Stopping the engine: P. 167   Customization that can be configured at any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional Settings (e. g. smart entry & start system) can be changed. (Customizable features: P. 528)
  • Page 46 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Certification for the smart entry & start system  VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 47 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Hereby, Toyota Motor Corporation, declares that this TMLF10-1 is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. Toyota Motor Corporation vakuuttaa täten että TMLF10-1 tyyppinen laite on direktiivin 1999/5/EY oleellisten vaatimusten ja sitä koskevien direktiivin muiden ehtojen mukainen.
  • Page 48 è conforme ai requisiti essenziali ed alle altre disposizioni pertinenti stabilite dalla direttiva 1999/5/CE. Por medio de la presente Toyota Motor Corporation declara que el TMLF10-1 cumple con los requisitos esenciales y cualesquiera otras disposiciones aplicables o exigibles de la Directiva 1999/5/CE.
  • Page 49 Šiuo Toyota Motor Corporation deklaruoja, kad šis TMLF10-1 atitinka esminius reikalavimus ir kitas 1999/5/EB Direktyvos nuostatas. Ar šo Toyota Motor Corporation deklar , ka TMLF10-1 atbilst Direkt vas 1999/5/EK b tiskaj m pras b m un citiem ar to saist tajiem noteikumiem.
  • Page 50 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Hereby, Tokai Rika Co., Ltd., declares that this B74EA is in compli- ance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 51 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Hereby, Tokai Rika Co., Ltd., declares that this B81UA is in compli- ance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 52 (P. 36) The radio waves may affect the operation of such devices. If necessary, the entry function can be disabled. Ask any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional for details, such as the frequency of radio waves and timing of emitting the radio waves.
  • Page 53: Wireless Remote Control

    1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Wireless remote control The wireless remote control can be used to lock and unlock the vehi- cle. Vehicles without a smart entry & start system Locks all the doors Unlocks all the doors Vehicles with a smart entry &...
  • Page 54 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Security feature  If a door is not opened within approximately 30 seconds after the vehicle is unlocked, the security feature automatically locks the vehicle again.  Alarm (vehicles with an alarm) Using the wireless remote control to lock the doors will set the alarm system. (P.
  • Page 55 Confirmation of the registered key number (vehicles with a smart entry and start system) The number of keys already registered to the vehicle can be confirmed. Ask any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional for details. ...
  • Page 56 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Certification for wireless remote control  Hereby, Tokai Rika Co., Ltd., declares that this B41RA is in compli- ance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 57 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Hereby, Tokai Rika Co., Ltd., declares that this B51TA is in compli- ance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 58: Side Doors

    1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Side doors The vehicle can be locked and unlocked using the entry function, wireless remote control, key or door lock switch.  Entry function (vehicles with a smart entry & start system) P. 34 ...
  • Page 59 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors  Inside lock buttons Locks the door Unlocks the door The front doors can be opened by pulling the inside handle even if the lock button is in the lock position. Locking the front doors from the outside without a key Move the inside lock button to the lock position.
  • Page 60 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Rear door child-protector lock The door cannot be opened from inside the vehicle when the lock is set. Unlock Lock These locks can be set to prevent children from opening the rear doors. Push down on each rear door switch to lock both rear doors.
  • Page 61 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Automatic door locking and unlocking systems The following functions can be set or canceled: Function Operation Shift position linked Shifting the shift lever out of P locks all the door locking function* doors. Shift position linked Shifting the shift lever to P unlocks all the door unlocking func-...
  • Page 62 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Shift the shift lever to P (vehicles STEP with a Multidrive only) or N, and press and hold the door lock switch ( ) for approxi- mately 5 seconds and then release. The shift lever and switch posi- tions corresponding desired function to be set are...
  • Page 63 Use the wireless remote control or mechanical key. (P. 53, 484)  Customization that can be configured at any authorized Toyota dealer or repair, or another duly qualified and equipped professional Settings (e.g. speed linked door locking function) can be changed.
  • Page 64: Back Door

    1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors Back door The back door can be locked/unlocked and opened by the following procedures.  Locking and unlocking the back door Keys P. 58 Wireless remote control P. 53 Door lock switch P. 58 Entry function (vehicles with a smart entry &...
  • Page 65 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors  When closing the back door Lower the back door using the back door handle, and make sure to push the back door down from the outside to close it.  If the back door opener is inoperative The back door can be operated from the inside.
  • Page 66 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors If the smart entry & start system has been deactivated in a customized  setting (vehicles with a smart entry & start system) Use the wireless remote control or mechanical key. (P. 53, 484) CAUTION ...
  • Page 67 1-2. Opening, closing and locking the doors CAUTION  Operating the back door Observe the following precautions. Failure to do so may cause parts of the body to be caught, resulting in seri- ous injury.  Remove any heavy loads, such as snow and ice, from the back door before opening it.
  • Page 68 Doing so may cause hands to be caught or the back door damper stay to break, causing an accident.  Do not attach any accessories other than genuine Toyota parts to the back door. Such additional weight on the back door may cause the back door to suddenly shut again after it is opened.
  • Page 69: Steering Wheel Front Seats

    1-3. Adjustable components (seats, mirrors, steering wheel) Front seats Seat position adjustment lever Seatback angle adjustment lever Vertical height adjustment lever (driver’s side only) CAUTION  Seat adjustment  Be careful that the seat does not hit passengers or luggage. To reduce the risk of sliding under the lap belt during a collision, do not ...
  • Page 70: Rear Seats

    1-3. Adjustable components (seats, mirrors, steering wheel) Rear seats Pull up the seatback angle adjustment lever until the lock is released. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 71 1-3. Adjustable components (seats, mirrors, steering wheel) Folding down the rear seatbacks  Before folding down the rear seatbacks Stow the seat belts. STEP Center P. 78 Outside Use the seat belt hangers to pre- vent the belts from being tan- gled.
  • Page 72 1-3. Adjustable components (seats, mirrors, steering wheel)  Folding down rear seatbacks From inside Fold the seatback down while pulling seatback angle adjustment lever. Pull the lever until the lock is released. From outside Pull the lever. Folds down the left side and center seats Folds down the right side seat VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 73 1-3. Adjustable components (seats, mirrors, steering wheel) CAUTION  When folding the rear seatbacks down Observe the following precautions. Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury.  Do not fold the rear seatback when rear passengers sit on the rear seats or luggage is placed on the seat.
  • Page 74 1-3. Adjustable components (seats, mirrors, steering wheel) CAUTION  After returning the rear seatback to the upright position Observe the following precautions. Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury.  Make sure the seatback is securely locked by pushing it forward and rear- ward on the top.
  • Page 75: Head Restraints

    1-3. Adjustable components (seats, mirrors, steering wheel) Head restraints Pull the head restraints up. Down Push the head restraint down while pushing the lock release button. Lock release button  Removing the head restraints Pull the head restraint up while pressing Lock release the lock release button.
  • Page 76 1-3. Adjustable components (seats, mirrors, steering wheel) CAUTION  Head restraint precautions Observe the following precautions regarding the head restraints. Failure to do so may result in death or serious injury.  Use the head restraints designed for each respective seat. ...
  • Page 77: Seat Belts

    1-3. Adjustable components (seats, mirrors, steering wheel) Seat belts Make sure that all occupants are wearing their seat belts before driv- ing the vehicle.  Correct use of the seat belts  Extend the shoulder belt so that it comes fully over the shoulder, does come into contact with the...
  • Page 78 1-3. Adjustable components (seats, mirrors, steering wheel) Rear center seat belt The rear center seat belt is a 3-point type restraint with 2 buckles. Both seat belt buckles must be correctly located and securely latched for proper operation. Push the tab into the buckle. ab “A”...
  • Page 79 1-3. Adjustable components (seats, mirrors, steering wheel) Stow the seat belt tabs using the STEP clip located on the roof as shown. Seat belt pretensioners (front seats) The pretensioner helps the seat belt to quickly restrain the occu- pant by retracting the seat belt when the vehicle is subjected to certain types of severe frontal or side collision.
  • Page 80 1-3. Adjustable components (seats, mirrors, steering wheel)  Emergency locking retractor (ELR) The retractor will lock the belt during a sudden stop or on impact. It may also lock if you lean forward too quickly. A slow, easy motion will allow the belt to extend so that you can move around fully.
  • Page 81  Seat belt regulations If seat belt regulations exist in the country where you reside, please contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional for seat belt replacement or installation. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 82 Each seat belt should be used by one person only. Do not use a seat belt for more than one person at once, including children.  Toyota recommends that children be seated in the rear seat and always use a seat belt and/or an appropriate child restraint system. ...
  • Page 83 Ensure that the belt and plate are locked and the belt is not twisted. If the seat belt does not function correctly, immediately contact any autho- rized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped pro- fessional. ...
  • Page 84: Steering Wheel

    1-3. Adjustable components (seats, mirrors, steering wheel) Steering wheel The steering wheel can be adjusted to a comfortable position. Hold the steering wheel and STEP push the lever down. Type A Adjust to the ideal position by STEP moving the steering wheel horizontally and vertically.
  • Page 85 1-3. Adjustable components (seats, mirrors, steering wheel) CAUTION  Caution while driving Do not adjust the steering wheel while driving. Doing so may cause the driver to mishandle the vehicle and cause an acci- dent, resulting in death or serious injury. ...
  • Page 86: Anti-Glare Inside Rear View Mirror

    1-3. Adjustable components (seats, mirrors, steering wheel) Anti-glare inside rear view mirror Glare from the headlights of vehicles behind can be reduced by using the following functions: Manual anti-glare inside rear view mirror Normal position Anti-glare position Auto anti-glare inside rear view mirror In automatic mode, sensors are used to detect the headlights of vehicles behind and the reflected light is automatically reduced.
  • Page 87 1-3. Adjustable components (seats, mirrors, steering wheel) Adjusting the height of rear view mirror Adjust the height of the rear view mirror by moving it up and down.  To prevent sensor error (vehicles with an auto anti-glare inside rear view mirror) To ensure that the sensors operate prop- erly, do not touch or cover them.
  • Page 88: Outside Rear View Mirrors

    1-3. Adjustable components (seats, mirrors, steering wheel) Outside rear view mirrors Mirror angle can be adjusted using the switch. To select a mirror to adjust, STEP press the switch. Left Right To adjust the mirror, press the STEP switch. Right Down Left Folding the mirrors...
  • Page 89 1-3. Adjustable components (seats, mirrors, steering wheel)  Mirror angle can be adjusted when Vehicles without a smart entry & start system The engine switch is in the “ACC” or “ON” position. Vehicles with a smart entry & start system The “ENGINE START STOP”...
  • Page 90: Power Windows

    1-4. Opening and closing the windows Power windows The power windows can be opened and closed using the switches. Operating the switch moves the windows as follows: Closing One-touch closing (driver’s side only) Opening One-touch opening (driver’s side only) : To stop the window partway, operate the switch in the opposite direction.
  • Page 91 1-4. Opening and closing the windows Operating the power windows after turning the engine off  Vehicles without a smart entry & start system The power windows can be operated for approximately 45 seconds even after the engine switch is turned to the “ACC” or “LOCK” position. They can- not, however, be operated once either front door is opened.
  • Page 92 If the window continues to close but then re-open slightly even after perform- ing the above procedure correctly, have the vehicle inspected by any autho- rized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional. CAUTION ...
  • Page 93: Opening The Fuel Tank Cap

    1-5. Refueling Opening the fuel tank cap Perform the following steps to open the fuel tank cap:  Before refueling the vehicle Vehicles without a smart entry & start system Turn the engine switch off and ensure that all the doors and win- dows are closed.
  • Page 94  Use of ethanol blended gasoline in a gasoline engine Toyota allows the use of ethanol blended gasoline where the ethanol content is up to 10%. Make sure that the ethanol blended gasoline to be used has a suitable Research Octane Number (P. 525).
  • Page 95  When replacing the fuel cap Do not use anything but a genuine Toyota fuel tank cap designed for your vehicle. Doing so may cause a fire or other incident which may result in death or serious injury.
  • Page 96 1-5. Refueling NOTICE  Refueling Do not spill fuel during refueling. Doing so may damage the vehicle, such as causing the emission control system to operate abnormally or damaging fuel system components or the vehicle's painted surface. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 97: Engine Immobilizer System

    1-6. Theft deterrent system Engine immobilizer system The vehicle's keys have built-in transponder chips that prevent the engine from starting if a key has not been previously registered in the vehicle's on-board computer. Never leave the keys inside the vehicle when you leave the vehicle. Vehicles without a smart entry &...
  • Page 98 1-6. Theft deterrent system  System maintenance The vehicle has a maintenance-free type engine immobilizer system.  Conditions that may cause the system to malfunction  If the grip portion of the key is in contact with a metallic object ...
  • Page 99 1-6. Theft deterrent system Certifications for the engine immobilizer system  VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 100 Undertegnede Toyota Motor Corporation erklærer herved, at følgende udstyr TMIMB-3 overholder de væsentlige krav og øvrige relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF. Hiermit erklärt Toyota Motor Corporation, dass sich das Gerät TMIMB-3 in Übereinstimmung mit den grundlegenden Anforderungen und den übrigen einschlägigen Bestimmungen der Richtlinie 1999/5/EG befindet.
  • Page 101 Toyota Motor Corporation tímto prohlašuje, že tento TMIMB-3 je ve shod se základními požadavky a dalšími p íslušnými ustanoveními sm rnice 1999/5/ES. Toyota Motor Corporation izjavlja, da je ta TMIMB-3 v skladu z bistvenimi zahtevami in ostalimi relevantnimi dolo ili direktive 1999/5/ES. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 102 Dyrektywy 1999/5/EC. Hér með lýsir Toyota Motor Corporation yfir því að TMIMB-3 er í samræmi við grunnkröfur og aðrar kröfur, sem gerðar eru í tilskipun 1999/5/EC. Toyota Motor Corporation erklærer herved at utstyret TMIMB-3 er i samsvar med de grunnleggende krav og øvrige relevante krav i direktiv...
  • Page 103 1-6. Theft deterrent system Hereby, Tokai Rika Co., Ltd., declares that this RI-33BTY is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 104 1-6. Theft deterrent system NOTICE  To ensure the system operates correctly Do not modify or remove the system. If modified or removed, the proper operation of the system cannot be guaranteed. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 105: Double Locking System

    1-6. Theft deterrent system  Double locking system Unauthorized access to the vehicle is prevented by disabling the door unlocking function from both the interior and exterior of the vehicle. Vehicles employing this sys- tem have labels on the win- dow glass of both front doors.
  • Page 106 1-6. Theft deterrent system CAUTION  Double locking system precaution Never activate the double locking system when there are people in the vehi- cle because all the doors cannot be opened from inside the vehicle. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 107: Alarm

    1-6. Theft deterrent system  Alarm The system sounds the alarm and flashes the lights when forced entry is detected.  Triggering of the alarm The alarm is triggered in the following situations when the alarm is set:  A locked door is unlocked or opened in any way other than using the entry function (vehicles with a smart entry &...
  • Page 108 1-6. Theft deterrent system  System maintenance The vehicle has a maintenance-free type alarm system.  Items to check before locking the vehicle To prevent unexpected triggering of the alarm and vehicle theft, make sure of the following.  Nobody is in the vehicle. ...
  • Page 109  Customization that can be configured at any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional Settings of the alarm using the key can be changed.
  • Page 110: Safety Information Correct Driving Posture

    1-7. Safety information Correct driving posture Drive with a good posture as follows: Sit upright and well back in the seat. (P. 69) Adjust the position of the seat forward or backward to ensure the pedals can be reached easily depressed to the extent required.
  • Page 111 1-7. Safety information CAUTION  While driving  Do not adjust the position of the driver's seat. Doing so could cause the driver to lose control of the vehicle.  Do not place a cushion between the driver or passenger and the seatback. A cushion may prevent correct posture from being achieved, and reduce the effectiveness of the seat belt and head restraint, increasing the risk of death or serious injury to the driver or passenger.
  • Page 112: Srs Airbags

    1-7. Safety information SRS airbags The SRS airbags inflate when the vehicle is subjected to certain types of severe impacts that may cause significant injury to the occupants. They work together with the seat belts to help reduce the risk of death or serious injury. SRS front airbags SRS driver airbag/front passenger airbag Can help protect the head and chest of the driver and front pas-...
  • Page 113 1-7. Safety information SRS airbag system components Curtain shield airbags (if Side impact sensors (front) equipped) Seat belt pretensioners Side airbags Driver airbag Airbag manual on-off indi- Knee airbag cator Airbag sensor assembly Side impact sensors (rear) Front impact sensor (if equipped) Airbag manual on-off switch SRS warning light...
  • Page 114 1-7. Safety information  If the SRS airbags deploy (inflate) Bruising and slight abrasions may result from contact with a deploying  (inflating) SRS airbag.  A loud noise and white powder will be emitted.  Parts of the airbag module (steering wheel hub, airbag cover and inflator) as well as the front seats, parts of the front and rear pillars, and roof side rails, may be hot for several minutes.
  • Page 115 1-7. Safety information Conditions under which the SRS airbags may deploy (inflate), other  than a collision The SRS front airbags may also deploy if a serious impact occurs to the underside of your vehicle. Some examples are shown in the illustration. ...
  • Page 116 1-7. Safety information Types of collisions that may not deploy the SRS airbags  (SRS side and curtain shield airbags [if equipped]) The SRS side and curtain shield airbags may not activate if the vehicle is subjected to a collision from the side at certain angles, or a collision to the side of the vehicle body other than the passenger compartment.
  • Page 117 When to contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another  duly qualified and equipped professional In the following cases, contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional as soon as possible. Any of the SRS airbags have been inflated.
  • Page 118 1-7. Safety information CAUTION  SRS airbag precautions Observe the following precautions regarding the SRS airbags. Failure to do so may cause death or serious injury.  The driver and all passengers in the vehicle must wear their seat belts properly.
  • Page 119 An infant or child who is too small to use a seat belt should be properly secured using a child restraint sys- tem. Toyota strongly recommends that all infants and children be placed in the rear seats of the vehicle and properly restrained. The rear seats are safer for infants and children than the front passenger seat.
  • Page 120 1-7. Safety information CAUTION  SRS airbag precautions  Vehicles without SRS curtain shield air- bags: Do not lean against the front door.  Vehicles with SRS curtain shield air- bags: Do not lean against the door, the roof side rail or the front, side and rear pillars.
  • Page 121 1-7. Safety information CAUTION  SRS airbag precautions  Vehicles without SRS curtain shield air- bags: Do not attach anything to areas such as a door, windshield glass and side door glass.  Vehicles with SRS curtain shield air- bags: Do not attach anything to areas such as a door, windshield glass, side door glass, front or rear pillar, roof side rail and assist grip.
  • Page 122 Vehicles without SRS curtain shield airbags: If the areas where the SRS airbags are stored, such as the steering wheel pad, are damaged or cracked, have them replaced by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional.
  • Page 123: Airbag Manual On-Off System

    1-7. Safety information Airbag manual on-off system This system deactivates the front passenger airbag. Only deactivate the airbags when using a child restraint system on the front passenger seat. Airbag manual on-off indica- Vehicles without a smart entry & start system This indicator light turns on when the airbag system is on (only when the engine switch is...
  • Page 124 Airbag manual on-off indicator information If any of the following problems occur, it is possible that there is a malfunc- tion in the system. Have the vehicle inspected by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional.
  • Page 125 1-7. Safety information CAUTION  When installing a child restraint system For safety reasons, always install a child restraint system in a rear seat. In the event that the rear seat cannot be used, the front seat can be used as long as the airbag manual on-off system is set to “OFF”.
  • Page 126: Child Restraint Systems

    General installation instructions are provided in this manual. (P. 135)  If child restraint system regulations exist in the country where you reside, please contact your Toyota dealer for the child restraint sys- tem installation.  Toyota recommends that you use a child restraint system which conforms to the regulation ECE No.44.
  • Page 127 1-7. Safety information Baby seat Equal to Group 0 and 0 of ECE No.44 Child seat Equal to Group 0 and I of ECE No.44 Junior seat Equal to Group II and III of ECE No.44 VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 128 1-7. Safety information Child restraint system suitability for various seating positions Information provided in the table shows your child restraint system suitability for various seating positions. Seating position Front passenger seat Rear seat Airbag manual on-off switch Mass groups Outside Center Up to 10 kg (22 lb.) , L1*...
  • Page 129 L2: Suitable for “TOYOTA DUO+” (without ISOFIX, 9 to 18 kg [20 to 39 lb.]) approved for the use in this mass group. L3: Suitable for “TOYOTA KID” (15 to 36 kg [34 to 79 lb.]) approved for the use in this mass group.
  • Page 130 1-7. Safety information Child restraint system suitability for various seating positions (with ISOFIX rigid anchors) Information provided in the table shows your child restraint system suitability for various seating positions. Vehicle ISOFIX positions Mass groups Size class Fixture Rear outside ISO/L1 Carrycot ISO/L2...
  • Page 131 IUF: Suitable for ISOFIX forward-facing child restraints systems of universal category approved for the use in this mass group. IL1: Suitable for “TOYOTA G 0/1 with G 0/1 ISOFIX PLATFORM TYPE “B”, REARWARD FACING” (0 to 18 kg [0 to 39 lb.]) approved for the use in this mass group.
  • Page 132 In an accident, the child can be crushed against the windshield, or between you and the vehicle's interior. Toyota strongly urges the use of a proper child restraint system that con- ...
  • Page 133 1-7. Safety information CAUTION  Child restraint precautions  Never use a rear-facing child restraint system on the front passenger seat when the airbag manual on-off switch is on. (P. 123) In the event of an accident, the force of the rapid inflation of the front pas- senger airbag can cause death or serious injury to the child.
  • Page 134 1-7. Safety information CAUTION  When children are in the vehicle Do not allow children to play with the seat belt. If the seat belt becomes twisted around a child’s neck, choking or other serious injuries may result in death. If this occurs and the buckle cannot be unfastened, scissors should be used to cut the belt.
  • Page 135: Installing Child Restraints

    1-7. Safety information Installing child restraints Follow the child restraint system manufacturer's instructions. Firmly secure child restraints to the seats using a seat belt or ISOFIX rigid anchors. Attach the top strap when installing a child restraint. Seat belts belt requires a locking clip.) ISOFIX rigid anchors (ISOFIX child restraint system)
  • Page 136 1-7. Safety information Installing child restraints using a seat belt Rear facing Baby seat/child seat  1st lock position STEP 2nd lock position Fold the seatback forward and then back to the 1st lock position (most upright position) until it locks into place.
  • Page 137 1-7. Safety information Install a locking clip near the tab STEP of the lap and shoulder belt by inserting the lap and shoulder webbing through the recesses of the locking clip. Forward facing Child seat  1st lock position STEP 2nd lock position Fold the seatback forward and then back to the 1st lock position...
  • Page 138 1-7. Safety information Run the seat belt through the STEP child restraint system and insert the plate into the buckle. Make sure that the belt is not twisted. Install a locking clip near the tab STEP of the lap and shoulder belt by inserting the lap and shoulder webbing through the recesses of the locking clip.
  • Page 139 1-7. Safety information Place the child restraint system STEP on the seat facing the front of the vehicle. Sit the child in the child restraint STEP system. Fit the seat belt to the child restraint system according to the manufacturer's instruc- tions and insert the plate into the buckle.
  • Page 140 1-7. Safety information Rear center seat: Release the center seat belt as shown in the illustration after removing the child restraint. ( P. 78 Installation with ISOFIX rigid anchors (ISOFIX child restraint system) 1st lock position STEP 2nd lock position Fold the seatback forward and then back to the 1st lock position (most upright position) until it...
  • Page 141 1-7. Safety information Widen the gap between the seat STEP cushion and seatback slightly, latch the buckles onto the exclu- sive fixing bars. If the child restraint has a top strap, the top strap should be latched onto the anchor bracket. Child restraint systems with a top strap Secure the child restraint system using a seat belt or ISOFIX STEP...
  • Page 142 Follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer of the system. If your child restraint system does not provide a locking clip, you can purchase the following item from any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional: Locking clip for child restraint system (Part No.
  • Page 143 1-7. Safety information CAUTION  When installing a child restraint system Follow the directions given in the child restraint system installation manual and fix the child restraint system securely in place. If the child restraint system is not correctly fixed in place, the child or other passengers may be seriously injured or even killed in the event of sudden braking, sudden swerving or an accident.
  • Page 144 1-7. Safety information CAUTION  When installing a child restraint system  Never use a rear-facing child restraint system on the front passenger seat when the airbag manual on-off switch is on. (P. 123) The force of the rapid inflation of the front passenger airbag can cause death or serious injury to children in the event of an accident.
  • Page 145 When installing a child restraint system  If child restraint system regulations exist in the country where you reside, please contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional for the child restraint system installa- tion.
  • Page 146 1-7. Safety information CAUTION  To correctly attach a child restraint system to the anchors When using the lower anchors, be sure that there are no foreign objects around the anchors and that the seat belt is not caught behind the child restraint system.
  • Page 147 When driving 2-1. Driving procedures 2-3. Operating the lights and wipers Driving the vehicle .... 148 Headlight switch....210 Engine (ignition) switch (vehicles with a smart Fog light switch ....216 entry & start system)..164 Windshield wiper and Engine (ignition) switch washer ......
  • Page 148: Driving The Vehicle

    2-1. Driving procedures Driving the vehicle The following procedures should be observed to ensure safe driv- ing:  Starting the engine P. 164, 174  Driving Vehicles with a Multidrive With the brake pedal depressed, shift the shift lever to D. STEP (P.
  • Page 149 2-1. Driving procedures  Stopping Vehicles with a Multidrive With the shift lever in D, depress the brake pedal. STEP Vehicles with a Stop & Start system: If the Stop & Start system is enabled, depressing the brake pedal will stop the engine. (P.
  • Page 150 2-1. Driving procedures  Parking the vehicle Vehicles with a Multidrive With the shift lever in D, depress the brake pedal. STEP Set the parking brake. (P. 193) STEP Shift the shift lever to P. (P. 178) STEP If parking on a hill, block the wheels as needed. Vehicles without a smart entry &...
  • Page 151 2-1. Driving procedures Vehicles with a manual transmission While depressing the clutch pedal, depress the brake STEP pedal. Set the parking brake. (P. 193) STEP Shift the shift lever to N. (P. 189) STEP If parking on a hill, shift the shift lever to 1 or R and block the wheels as needed.
  • Page 152 2-1. Driving procedures Starting off on a steep uphill Vehicles with a Multidrive Make sure that the parking brake is set and shift the shift lever STEP to D. Gently depress the accelerator pedal. STEP Release the parking brake. STEP Vehicles with a multi-mode manual transmission With the brake pedal depressed, firmly set the parking brake STEP...
  • Page 153 When the accelerator pedal is released  When the brake pedal is depressed while the SPORT mode is selected  Breaking in your new Toyota To extend the life of the vehicle, observing the following precautions is rec- ommended: ...
  • Page 154 2-1. Driving procedures Eco-friendly driving (vehicles with a Multidrive)  Eco Driving Indicator Light lets the driver know whether the vehicle is driven Eco- friendly using the indicator. If the acceler- ation exceeds the zone of Eco Driving, the indicator may be turned off. Eco Driving Indicator Light will not oper- ate in the following conditions: ...
  • Page 155 Have the vehicle inspected immediately by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional immediately. On vehicles with a Multidrive, do not shift the shift lever to P while the vehi- ...
  • Page 156 2-1. Driving procedures CAUTION  Do not shift the shift lever to D (vehicles with a Multidrive), E, M (vehicles with a multi-mode manual transmission) or 1 (vehicles with a manual transmission) while the vehicle is moving backward. Doing so can damage the transmission and may result in a loss of vehicle control.
  • Page 157  If you hear a squealing or scraping noise (brake pad wear indicators) Have the brake pads checked and replaced by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional as soon as possible.
  • Page 158 2-1. Driving procedures CAUTION  Avoid revving or racing the engine. Running the engine at high speed while the vehicle is stopped may cause the exhaust system to overheat, which could result in a fire if combustible material is nearby. ...
  • Page 159 Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped profes- sional. Failure to do so may allow exhaust gases to enter the vehicle, resulting in death or a serious health hazard.
  • Page 160 2-1. Driving procedures CAUTION  When braking  When the brakes are wet, drive more cautiously. Braking distance increases when the brakes are wet, and this may cause one side of the vehicle to brake differently than the other side. Also, the parking brake may not securely hold the vehicle.
  • Page 161 2-1. Driving procedures NOTICE  When driving the vehicle Vehicles with a Multidrive Do not depress the accelerator and brake pedals at the same time during  driving, as this may restrain driving torque.  Do not use the accelerator pedal or depress the accelerator and brake pedals at the same time to hold the vehicle on a hill.
  • Page 162 2-1. Driving procedures NOTICE  When parking the vehicle (vehicles with a Multidrive) Always shift the shift lever to P. Failure to do so may cause the vehicle to move or the vehicle may accelerate suddenly if the accelerator pedal is acci- dentally depressed.
  • Page 163 Engine damage caused by water immersion  In the event that you drive on a flooded road and the vehicle is flooded, be sure to have any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly quali- fied and equipped professional check the following: ...
  • Page 164: Engine (Ignition) Switch

    2-1. Driving procedures Engine (ignition) switch (vehicles with a smart entry & start system) Performing the following operations when carrying the electronic key on your person starts the engine or changes “ENGINE START STOP” switch modes.  Starting the engine Vehicles with a Multidrive Check that the parking brake is set.
  • Page 165 2-1. Driving procedures Vehicles with a multi-mode manual transmission Check that the parking brake is set. STEP Firmly depress the brake pedal, press the “ENGINE START STEP STOP” switch once and shift the shift lever to N. (P. 184) The smart entry & start system indicator light (green) will turn on. If the indicator light does not turn on, the engine cannot be started.
  • Page 166 2-1. Driving procedures Vehicles with a manual transmission Check that the parking brake is set. STEP Check that the shift lever is set in N. STEP Firmly depress the clutch pedal. STEP The smart entry & start system indicator light (green) will turn on. If the indicator light does not turn on, the engine cannot be started.
  • Page 167 2-1. Driving procedures  Stopping the engine Vehicles with a Multidrive Stop the vehicle. STEP Shift the shift lever to P. STEP Set the parking brake. (P. 193) STEP Release the brake pedal. STEP Press the “ENGINE START STOP” switch. STEP Check that the smart entry &...
  • Page 168 2-1. Driving procedures  Changing “ENGINE START STOP” switch mode Modes can be changed by pressing the “ENGINE START STOP” switch with the brake pedal (except vehicles with a manual trans- mission) or clutch pedal (vehicles with a manual transmission) released.
  • Page 169 2-1. Driving procedures When stopping the engine with the shift lever in a position other than P (vehicles with a Multidrive) If the engine is stopped with the shift lever in a position other than P, the “ENGINE START STOP” switch will not be turned off but instead be turned to ACCESSORY mode.
  • Page 170 2-1. Driving procedures Operation of the “ENGINE START STOP” switch  When operating the “ENGINE START STOP” switch, one short, firm press is enough. If the switch is pressed improperly, the engine may not start or the “ENGINE START STOP” switch mode may not change. It is not necessary to press and hold the switch.
  • Page 171  When the smart entry & start system indicator light flashes in yellow The system may be malfunctioning. Have the vehicle inspected by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional immediately.  If the electronic key battery is depleted P.
  • Page 172 2-1. Driving procedures CAUTION  When starting the engine Always start the engine while sitting in the driver’s seat. Do not depress the accelerator pedal while starting the engine under any circumstances. Doing so may cause an accident resulting in death or serious injury. ...
  • Page 173 If the “ENGINE START STOP” seems to be operating somewhat differently than usual, such as the switch sticking slightly, there may be a malfunction. Contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional immediately. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 174 2-1. Driving procedures Engine (ignition) switch (vehicles without a smart entry & start system)  Starting the engine Vehicles with a Multidrive Check that the parking brake is set. STEP Check that the shift lever is set in P. STEP Firmly depress the brake pedal.
  • Page 175 2-1. Driving procedures Vehicles with a manual transmission (diesel engine) Check that the parking brake is set. STEP Check that the shift lever is set in N. STEP Firmly depress the clutch pedal. STEP Turn the engine switch to the “ON” position. STEP indicator turns on.
  • Page 176 2-1. Driving procedures  Turning the key from “ACC” to “LOCK” Vehicles with a Multidrive: Shift the shift lever to P. (P. 178) STEP Vehicles with a multi-mode manual transmission: Shift the shift lever to E, M or R. (P. 184) Vehicles with a manual transmission: Shift the shift lever to N.
  • Page 177 2-1. Driving procedures CAUTION  When starting the engine Always start the engine while sitting in the driver’s seat. Do not depress the accelerator pedal while starting the engine under any circumstances. Doing so may cause an accident resulting in death or serious injury. ...
  • Page 178: Multidrive

    2-1. Driving procedures  Multidrive Select a shift position appropriate for the driving conditions.  Shifting the shift lever Vehicles without a smart entry & start system While the engine switch is in the “ON” position, move the shift lever with the brake pedal depressed. When shifting the shift lever between P and D, make sure that the vehicle is completely stopped.
  • Page 179 2-1. Driving procedures  Shift position purpose Shift position Function Parking the vehicle/starting the engine Reversing Neutral Normal driving 7-speed sport sequential shiftmatic mode driving (P. 180) : To improve fuel consumption and reduce noises, set the shift lever in the D position for normal driving.
  • Page 180 2-1. Driving procedures Changing gear steps in 7-speed sport sequential shiftmatic mode Shift the shift lever to the M position and operate the shift lever or paddle shift switch. Upshifting Downshifting The gear step changes once every time the shift lever or pad- dle shift switch is operated.
  • Page 181 2-1. Driving procedures Temporary gear steps selection mode in the D position To drive in temporary gear steps selection mode, operate the “-” and “+” paddle shift switch. The gear steps can then be selected by oper- ating the “-” and “+” paddle shift switches. By selecting gear step using paddle shift switches, you can control engine braking forces.
  • Page 182 M This may indicate a malfunction in the Multidrive system. Have the vehicle inspected by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly quali- fied and equipped professional immediately. (In this situation, the transmission will operate in the same manner as when the shift lever is in D.)
  • Page 183 2-1. Driving procedures CAUTION  When driving on slippery road surfaces Do not accelerate or shift gear steps suddenly. Sudden changes in engine braking may cause the vehicle to spin or skid, resulting in an accident. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 184: Multi-Mode Manual Transmission

    2-1. Driving procedures  Multi-mode Manual Transmission Select a shift position appropriate for the driving conditions.  Shifting the shift lever  Shift position purpose Shift position Function Reversing Neutral or starting the engine Easy (E) mode driving Manual (M) mode driving (P.
  • Page 185 2-1. Driving procedures  Selecting Easy sports (Es) mode (when the shift lever is in E only) Es mode can be selected for superior driving performance and to achieve a feeling of faster acceleration than in E mode. Turn Easy sports (Es) mode on/off To improve fuel economy, can- cel Es mode for ordinary driv-...
  • Page 186 2-1. Driving procedures Paddle shift switches Upshifting Downshifting Shifting operation restricted depending on the vehi- cle speed. Changing gears in E or Es mode When the E or Es mode is selected, the paddle shift switches can be used as follows to select a gear temporarily. Upshifting Downshifting The gear will be displayed.
  • Page 187 2-1. Driving procedures  Maximum allowable speeds Observe the following maximum allowable speeds in each gear. km/h (mph) Gear Maximum speed 42 (26) 79 (49) 116 (72) 156 (96)   Es mode automatic deactivation Es mode is automatically deactivated if the “ENGINE START STOP” switch (vehicles with a smart entry &...
  • Page 188 M This may indicate a malfunction in the multi-mode manual transmission sys- tem. Have the vehicle inspected by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional immediately. (In this situation, the transmission will operate in the same manner as when the shift lever is in E.)
  • Page 189: Manual Transmission

    2-1. Driving procedures  Manual Transmission  Shifting the shift lever Fully depress the clutch pedal before operating the shift lever, and then release it slowly.  Shifting the shift lever to R Shift the shift lever to R while lifting up the ring section.
  • Page 190 2-1. Driving procedures Gear Shift Indicator The Gear Shift Indicator is a guide to help the driver achieve improved fuel economy and reduced exhaust emissions within limits of engine performance. Upshifting Downshifting  Gear Shift Indicator display The Gear Shift Indicator may not be displayed when your foot is placed on the clutch pedal.
  • Page 191 2-1. Driving procedures CAUTION  Gear Shift Indicator display Refer to the display while considering actual traffic and road conditions. Fail- ure to exercise judgment may lead to an accident. NOTICE  To prevent damage to the transmission  Do not shift the shift lever to R without depressing the clutch pedal.
  • Page 192: Turn Signal Lever

    2-1. Driving procedures Turn signal lever The turn signal lever can be used to show the following intentions of the driver: Right turn Left turn Lane change to the right (push and hold the lever partway) The right hand signals will flash until you release the lever.
  • Page 193: Parking Brake

    2-1. Driving procedures Parking brake To set the parking brake, fully pull the parking brake lever while depressing the brake pedal. To release the parking brake, slightly raise the lever and lower it completely while pressing the button.  Usage in winter time See “Winter driving tips”...
  • Page 194: Horn

    2-1. Driving procedures Horn To sound the horn, press on or close to the mark.  After adjusting the steering wheel Make sure that the steering wheel is securely locked. The horn may not sound if the steering wheel is not securely locked. (P.
  • Page 195: Gauges And Meters

    2-2. Instrument cluster Gauges and meters Tachometer Displays the engine speed in revolutions per minute. Speedometer Displays the vehicle speed. Outside temperature display P. 332 Fuel gauge Displays the quantity of fuel remaining in the tank. Display change button P. 196 Odometer, trip meter, Stop &...
  • Page 196 2-2. Instrument cluster Changing the display Items displayed can be switched by pressing the display change button. Odometer  Displays the total distance the vehicle has been driven.  Trip meter Displays the distance the vehicle has been driven since the meter was last reset. Trip meters A and B can be used to record and display different dis- tances independently.
  • Page 197 2-2. Instrument cluster  Stop & Start system total operation time (if equipped) Displays the total amount of time that the engine has been stopped due to operation of the Stop & Start system since the system was last reset. Press and hold the button to reset.
  • Page 198 2-2. Instrument cluster Customization display  Changing the Eco Driving Indicator Light status (vehicles with a Multidrive) Eco Driving Indicator Light can be activated or deactivated by pressing the button when the Eco Driving Indicator Light cus- tomization display is displayed. To display the Eco Driving Indica- tor Light customization display, display the odometer and press...
  • Page 199 2-2. Instrument cluster  Changing mandatory displaying or hiding of the Stop & Start system operation time (vehicles with a Stop & Start system) The Stop & Start system opera- tion time display can be dis- played mandatorily or hid by pressing the display change but- ton while displaying the Stop &...
  • Page 200 2-2. Instrument cluster NOTICE  To prevent damage to the engine and its components  Do not let the indicator needle of the tachometer enter the red zone, which indicates the maximum engine speed.  The engine may be overheating if the high engine coolant temperature warning light flashes or turns on.
  • Page 201: Indicators And Warning Lights

    2-2. Instrument cluster Indicators and warning lights The indicators and warning lights on the instrument cluster, center panel and dashboard inform the driver of the status of the vehicle’s various systems. Instrument cluster Center panel VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 202 2-2. Instrument cluster Dashboard VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 203 2-2. Instrument cluster  Indicators The indicators inform the driver of the operating state of the vehicle’s various systems. Turn signal indicator Gear Shift Indicator (P. 192) (P. 190) (Vehicles with manual transmission) Headlight high beam Engine preheating indicator (P. 211) indicator (P.
  • Page 204 There may be a malfunction in a system if a light does not come on, or if the lights do not turn off. Have the vehi- cle inspected by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional.
  • Page 205 There may be a malfunction in a system if a light does not come on, or if the lights do not turn off. Have the vehi- cle inspected by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional.
  • Page 206 Have the vehicle inspected by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional immediately if this occurs.
  • Page 207: Multi-Information Display

    2-2. Instrument cluster Multi-information display The multi-information display presents the driver with a variety of driving-related data.  Odometer (P. 196)  Trip meter (P. 196)  Stop & Start system opera- tion time (if equipped) (P. 196)  Stop & Start system total operation time (if equipped) (P.
  • Page 208 2-2. Instrument cluster Changing the display Items displayed can be switched by pressing the display change button. Display items  Odometer P. 196  Trip meter P. 196  Stop & Start system operation time (if equipped) P. 196  Stop &...
  • Page 209 2-2. Instrument cluster  Average fuel consumption Displays the average fuel consumption since the function was reset • The function can be reset by pressing and holding the display change button when the average fuel consumption is displayed. • Use the displayed average fuel consumption as a reference.
  • Page 210: Headlight Switch

    2-3. Operating the lights and wipers Headlight switch The headlights can be operated manually or automatically. Turning the end of the lever turns on the lights as follows: The front position, tail, license plate instrument panel lights turn on. The headlights and all the lights listed above turn on.
  • Page 211 2-3. Operating the lights and wipers Turning on the high beam headlights With the headlights on, push the lever away from you to turn on the high beams. Pull the lever toward you to the center position to turn the high beams off.
  • Page 212 2-3. Operating the lights and wipers Right-hand drive vehicles Raises the level of the head- lights Lowers the level of the head- lights  Guide to dial settings Occupancy and luggage load conditions Dial position Occupants Luggage load Driver None Driver and front pas- None senger...
  • Page 213 2-3. Operating the lights and wipers  Daytime running light system (if equipped) To make your vehicle more visible to other drivers, the headlights and tail lights turn on automatically whenever the engine is started. Daytime running lights are not designed for use at night. ...
  • Page 214 2-3. Operating the lights and wipers Vehicles with a smart entry & start system  When the light switch is in : The headlights and front fog lights turn off automatically when the “ENGINE START STOP” switch is turned off. When the light switch is in : The headlights and all the lights turn ...
  • Page 215 The light switch is pulled toward you and then released.  Customization that can be configured at any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional Settings (e.g. light sensor sensitivity) can be changed. (Customizable features P. 528) NOTICE ...
  • Page 216: Fog Light Switch

    2-3. Operating the lights and wipers Fog light switch The fog lights secure excellent visibility in difficult driving condi- tions, such as in rain and fog.  Front and rear fog light switch Turns the front and rear fog lights off Turns the front fog lights on Turns both front and rear fog lights on...
  • Page 217 2-3. Operating the lights and wipers  Rear fog light switch Turns the rear fog light off Turns the rear fog light on Releasing switch ring returns it to the original posi- tion. Operating the switch ring again turns the light off. ...
  • Page 218: Windshield Wiper And Washer

    2-3. Operating the lights and wipers Windshield wiper and washer Intermittent windshield wiper The wiper operation is selected by moving the lever as follows. Intermittent windshield wiper operation Low speed windshield wiper operation High speed windshield wiper operation Temporary operation Washer/wiper dual opera- tion The wiper will automatically...
  • Page 219 2-3. Operating the lights and wipers Rain-sensing windshield wiper When “AUTO” is selected, the wiper will operate automatically when the sensor detects falling rain. The system automatically adjusts wiper timing in accordance with rain volume and vehicle speed. When “AUTO” is selected, the sensor sensitivity can be adjusted as follows by turning the switch ring: Rain-sensing wiper opera- tion (“AUTO”)
  • Page 220 2-3. Operating the lights and wipers Increases the sensitivity Decreases the sensitivity Washer/wiper dual opera- tion The wiper will automatically operate a couple of times after the washer squirts. (After operating several times, the wiper operate one more time after a short delay to pre- vent dripping.) ...
  • Page 221 2-3. Operating the lights and wipers Raindrop sensor (vehicles with rain-sensing windshield wiper)   The raindrop sensor judges the amount of raindrops. An optical sensor is adopted. It may not operate properly when sunlight from the rising or setting of the sun intermittently strikes the windshield, or if bugs etc.
  • Page 222 2-3. Operating the lights and wipers Vehicles with a smart entry & start system  If the wiper switch is turned to the “AUTO” position while the “ENGINE START STOP” switch is in IGNITION ON mode, the wiper will operate once to show that “AUTO”...
  • Page 223 When a nozzle becomes blocked  In this case, contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional. Do not try to clear it with a pin or other object. The nozzle will be damaged.
  • Page 224: Rear Window Wiper And Washer

    2-3. Operating the lights and wipers Rear window wiper and washer The wiper operation is selected by moving the lever as follows: Intermittent window wiper operation Normal window wiper oper- ation Washer/wiper dual opera- tion Washer/wiper dual opera- tion The wiper will automatically operate a couple of times after the washer squirts.
  • Page 225 When a nozzle becomes blocked  In this case, contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional. Do not try to clear it with a pin or other object. The nozzle will be damaged.
  • Page 226: Stop & Start System

    2-4. Using other driving systems  Stop & Start system Vehicles with a Multidrive: The Stop & Start system stops and restarts the engine according to the brake pedal and shift lever oper- ation for stopping and starting the vehicle. Vehicles with a manual transmission: The Stop &...
  • Page 227 2-4. Using other driving systems Vehicles with a manual transmission With the clutch pedal fully depressed, stop the vehicle. STEP Then shift the shift lever to N. Release the clutch pedal. STEP The engine will stop and the Stop & Start indicator will come ...
  • Page 228 2-4. Using other driving systems Disabling the Stop & Start system Press the Stop & Start cancel switch to disable the Stop & Start system. The engine will not stop at each stop when the clutch pedal (vehi- cles with a manual transmission) or brake pedal (vehicles with a Multidrive) is depressed to stop the engine (P.
  • Page 229 2-4. Using other driving systems In the following circumstances the engine may not be stopped by the  Stop & Start system. This is not a malfunction of the Stop & Start system. • Engine coolant temperature is extremely high. •...
  • Page 230 2-4. Using other driving systems Automatic reactivation of the Stop & Start system  Vehicles without a smart entry & start system: Even if the Stop & Start sys- tem is disabled by the Stop & Start cancel switch, it will be automatically re- enabled once the engine switch is turned to the “LOCK”...
  • Page 231  If the Stop & Start cancel indicator light continues to flash The Stop & Start system may be malfunctioning. Contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped profes- sional.  If the windshield is fogged up while the engine is stopped by the Stop &...
  • Page 232 To ensure the system operates correctly If any one of the following situations occurs, the Stop & Start system may not operate correctly, thus, please have your vehicle checked by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped profes- sional. ...
  • Page 233: Cruise Control

    2-4. Using other driving systems  Cruise control Use the cruise control to maintain a set speed without depressing the accelerator pedal. Indicators Cruise control switch  Setting the vehicle speed Press the “ON-OFF” button to STEP activate the cruise control. Cruise control indicator will come on.
  • Page 234 2-4. Using other driving systems  Adjusting the set speed To change the set speed, operate the lever until the desired set speed is obtained. Increases the speed Decreases the speed Fine adjustment: Momentarily move the lever in the desired direction.
  • Page 235 If the cruise control speed cannot be set or if the cruise control cancels immediately after being activated, there may be a malfunction in the cruise control system. Have the vehicle inspected by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional.
  • Page 236 2-4. Using other driving systems CAUTION  To avoid operating the cruise control by mistake Switch the cruise control off using the “ON-OFF” button when not in use.  Situations unsuitable for cruise control Do not use cruise control in any of the following situations. Doing so may result in loss of control and could cause an accident resulting in death or serious injury.
  • Page 237: Driving Assist Systems

    2-4. Using other driving systems Driving assist systems To help enhance driving safety and performance, the following sys- tems operate automatically in response to various driving situations. Be aware, however, that these systems are supplementary and should not be relied upon too heavily when operating the vehicle. ...
  • Page 238 2-4. Using other driving systems When the VSC/TRC systems are operating The slip indicator light will flash while the VSC/TRC systems are operating. Disabling the TRC system If the vehicle gets stuck in mud, dirt or snow, the TRC system may reduce power from the engine to the wheels.
  • Page 239 2-4. Using other driving systems Right-hand drive vehicles To turn the TRC system off, quickly press and release The “TRC OFF” indicator light will come on. Press again to turn the sys- tem back on. Turning off both TRC and VSC systems ...
  • Page 240 The EPS system should return to normal within 10 minutes.  If the slip indicator comes on... It may indicate a malfunction in the driving assist systems. Contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 241 2-4. Using other driving systems CAUTION  The ABS does not operate effectively when  The limits of tire gripping performance have been exceeded (such as excessively worn tires on a snow covered road).  The vehicle hydroplanes while driving at high speed on wet or slick roads. ...
  • Page 242  Make sure that the tires are inflated to the recommended tire inflation pressure level. (P. 523) Contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional for further information when replacing tires or wheels. ...
  • Page 243: Diesel Particulate Filter System

    2-4. Using other driving systems Diesel particulate filter system (diesel engine only) When the deposit collected by the filter reaches a predetermined amount, it is automatically cleaned.  Cleaning the DPF catalytic converter Cleaning the DPF catalytic converter is performed as necessary in accordance with driving conditions.
  • Page 244 2-4. Using other driving systems NOTICE  To prevent the DPF system from failing  Do not use fuel other than the specified type  Do not use engine oil other than the recommended type  Do not modify the exhaust pipe VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 245: Cargo And Luggage

    2-5. Driving information Cargo and luggage Take notice of the following information about storage precautions, cargo capacity and load:  Stow cargo and luggage in the luggage compartment whenever possible.  Be sure all items are secured in place.  To maintain vehicle balance while driving, position luggage evenly within the luggage compartment.
  • Page 246 2-5. Driving information CAUTION  Secure all items in the occupant compartment, as they may shift and injure someone during sudden braking, sudden swerving or an accident.  When you fold down the rear seats, long items should not be place directly behind the front seats.
  • Page 247: Winter Driving Tips

    2-5. Driving information Winter driving tips Carry out the necessary preparations and inspections before driving the vehicle in winter. Always drive the vehicle in a manner appropri- ate to the prevailing weather conditions.  Pre-winter preparations  Use fluids that are appropriate to the prevailing outside tem- peratures.
  • Page 248 2-5. Driving information  When driving the vehicle Accelerate the vehicle slowly and drive at a reduced speed suit- able to the road conditions. When parking the vehicle (in the winter time or in the cold  latitudes) Park the vehicle and move the shift lever to P (vehicles with a Multidrive), E, M or R (vehicles with a multi-mode manual trans- mission), and 1 or R (vehicles with a manual transmission) with- out setting the parking brake.
  • Page 249 2-5. Driving information Regulations on the use of tire chains Regulations regarding the use of tire chains vary depending on loca- tion and type of road. Always check local regulations before installing chains.  Tire chain installation Observe the following precautions when installing and removing chains: ...
  • Page 250 2-5. Driving information CAUTION  Driving with snow tires Observe the following precautions to reduce the risk of accidents. Failure to do so may result in a loss of vehicle control and cause death or serious injury.  Use tires of the specified size. ...
  • Page 251: Trailer Towing

    To tow a trailer safely, use extreme care and drive the vehicle in accordance with the trailer’s characteristics and operating condi- tions. Toyota warranties do not apply to damage or malfunction caused by towing a trailer for commercial purposes. Ask your local authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional for further details before towing, as there are additional legal requirements in some countries.
  • Page 252 2-5. Driving information Important points regarding trailer loads  Total trailer weight and permissible drawbar load Total trailer weight Weight of the trailer itself plus the trailer load should be within the maximum towing capacity. Exceeding this weight is danger- ous.
  • Page 253 2-5. Driving information  Information tag (manufacturer’s label) Type A Gross vehicle mass Maximum permissible rear axle capacity Type B Gross vehicle mass Maximum permissible rear axle capacity  Gross vehicle mass The combined weight of the driver, passengers, luggage, towing hitch, total curb mass and drawbar load should not exceed the gross vehicle mass by more than 100 kg (220.5 lb.).
  • Page 254 2-5. Driving information CAUTION  When the gross vehicle mass limit or maximum permissible axle capacity is exceeded Do not exceed the established speed limit for towing a trailer in built-up areas or 100 km/h (62 mph), whichever is the lower. Failing to observe this precaution may lead to an accident causing death or serious injury.
  • Page 255 2-5. Driving information Installation positions for the towing hitch/bracket and hitch ball 434 mm (17.1 in.) 434 mm (17.1 in.) 768 mm (30.2 in.) 715 mm (28.1 in.) 581 mm (22.9 in.) 426 mm (16.8 in.) 377 mm (14.8 in.) 4 mm (0.2 in.) VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 256  Break-in schedule Toyota recommends that vehicles fitted with new power train components should not be used for towing trailers for the first 800 km (500 miles).  Safety checks before towing ...
  • Page 257 2-5. Driving information NOTICE  When the rear bumper strengthening material is aluminum Ensure the steel bracket part does not come directly in contact with that area. When steel and aluminum come into contact, there is a reaction similar to corrosion, which will weaken the section concerned and may result in dam- age.
  • Page 258 2-5. Driving information  Increasing vehicle-to-vehicle distance At a speed of 10 km/h (6 mph), the distance to the vehicle running ahead of you should be equivalent to or greater than the combined length of your vehicle and trailer. Avoid sudden braking that may cause skidding.
  • Page 259 2-5. Driving information  Transmission information Vehicles with a Multidrive and multi-mode manual transmis- sion Select an appropriate gear in M mode to maintain the effectiveness of engine braking and to maintain charging system performance. Vehicles with a manual transmission Refrain from driving in 6th gear to maintain the effectiveness of engine braking and to maintain charging system performance.
  • Page 260 2-5. Driving information CAUTION Follow all the instructions described in this section. Failure to do so could cause an accident resulting in death or serious injury.  Trailer towing precautions When towing, make sure that none of the weight limits are exceeded. (P.
  • Page 261 Interior features 3-1. Using the air conditioning 3-3. Using the interior lights system and defogger Interior lights list....320 • Personal lights ....321 Manual air conditioning • Personal/interior lights ..321 system ......262 • Interior light..... 322 Automatic air conditioning system ......
  • Page 262 3-1. Using the air conditioning system and defogger  Manual air conditioning system Air outlet selection dial Temperature control dial Outside air or recirculated air mode dial Fan speed control dial Air conditioning ON/OFF button (if equipped) Adjusting the settings ...
  • Page 263 3-1. Using the air conditioning system and defogger  Adjusting the fan speed Turn the fan speed control dial clockwise (increase) or counter- clockwise (decrease). Set the dial to “0” to turn the fan off.  Selecting the air outlets Set the air outlet selection dial to an appropriate position.
  • Page 264 3-1. Using the air conditioning system and defogger Mainly air flows to the feet. : Some models Air flows to the feet and the windshield defogger operates. Use the air mode dial at (outside air mode) (P. 266) : Some models Air flows to the windshield and side windows.
  • Page 265 3-1. Using the air conditioning system and defogger  Switching between outside air and recirculated air modes Turn the outside air or recirculated air mode dial to (outside air mode) or (recirculated air mode). Adjusting the position of and opening and closing the air outlets Center outlets Direct air flow to the left or right, up or down.
  • Page 266 There may be a problem in the air conditioning system if the indi- cator light goes off again. Turn the air conditioning system off and have it inspected by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly quali- fied and equipped professional.
  • Page 267 3-1. Using the air conditioning system and defogger An odor comes from the air conditioning system due to the Stop &  Start system operation (vehicles with a Stop & Start system) When the engine is stopped due to the Stop & Start system, an odor caused by moisture may be detected.
  • Page 268 3-1. Using the air conditioning system and defogger  Automatic air conditioning system Air outlets and fan speed are automatically adjusted according to the temperature setting. Temperature setting Windshield defogger Automatic mode display Fan speed display Temperature control Fan speed Outside air mode Changes the air Air conditioning...
  • Page 269 3-1. Using the air conditioning system and defogger Adjusting the settings  Turning the cooling function on and off Press The air conditioning system (cooling function) turns on and off each time is pressed.  Adjusting the temperature setting Press “” to increase the temperature and “” to decrease the tem- perature on ...
  • Page 270 3-1. Using the air conditioning system and defogger Air flows to the upper body and feet. : Some models Mainly air flows to the feet. : Some models Air flows to the feet and the windshield defogger operates. : Some models ...
  • Page 271 3-1. Using the air conditioning system and defogger Defogging the windshield Defogging The air conditioning system oper- ates automatically. Recirculated air mode will auto- matically switch to outside air mode when the ambient tempera- ture is low. Adjusting the position of and opening and closing the air outlets Center outlets Direct air flow to the left or right, up or down.
  • Page 272 There may be a problem in the air conditioning system if the indi- cator light goes off again. Turn the air conditioning system off and have it inspected by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly quali- fied and equipped professional.
  • Page 273 3-1. Using the air conditioning system and defogger Air conditioning odors   During use, various odors from inside and outside the vehicle may enter into and accumulate in the air conditioning system. This may then cause odor to be emitted from the vents. To reduce potential odors from occurring: ...
  • Page 274 3-1. Using the air conditioning system and defogger  Power heater This feature is used to keep the cabin warm in cold conditions. Turns the power heater on/off The power heater turns on about 25 seconds after the but- ton is pressed, and takes about another 85 seconds to warm up.
  • Page 275  Do not modify or open the heater without consulting any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional, as this may cause a heater malfunction or a fire.
  • Page 276: Mirror Defoggers

    3-1. Using the air conditioning system and defogger Rear window and outside rear view mirror defoggers Defoggers are used to defog the rear window, and to remove rain- drops, dew and frost from the outside rear view mirrors. Vehicles with a manual air conditioning system On/off Vehicles with timer: The defog- gers will automatically turn off...
  • Page 277 3-1. Using the air conditioning system and defogger CAUTION  Outside rear view mirror defoggers (if equipped) The surfaces of the outside rear view mirrors may become hot. To prevent burns do not touch the mirrors. NOTICE  To prevent battery discharge (vehicles without timer) Do not leave the rear window defogger on longer than necessary when the engine is stopped.
  • Page 278 3-2. Using the audio system  Audio system types Without “touch screen” CD player with changer controller and AM/FM radio Title Page Using the radio P. 282 Using the CD player P. 286 Playing back MP3 and WMA discs P. 291 Operating an iPod P.
  • Page 279 3-2. Using the audio system With “touch screen” Owners of models equipped with a “touch screen” should refer to the ““touch screen” Owner's manual”.  Using cellular phones Interference may be heard through the audio system's speakers if a cellular phone is being used inside or close to the vehicle while the audio system is operating.
  • Page 280 3-2. Using the audio system Certification for the hands-free system (vehicles with “touch screen”)  The latest “DECLARATION of CONFORMITY” (DoC) is available at the address stated in the DoC. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 281 3-2. Using the audio system NOTICE  To prevent battery discharge Do not leave the audio system on longer than necessary when the engine is stopped.  To avoid damaging the audio system Take care not to spill drinks or other fluids over the audio system. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 282 3-2. Using the audio system  Using the radio Station selector AF/region code/TA Power Volume mode setup Adjusting the frequency or selecting items Seeking frequency Displaying AM/FM mode Back button station list button Setting station presets  Search for desired stations by turning or pressing “...
  • Page 283 3-2. Using the audio system Using the station list  Updating the station list Press STEP The station list will be displayed. Press (UPDATE) to update the list. STEP “Updating” is displayed while the searching is in process, and then available stations will be listed on the display.
  • Page 284 3-2. Using the audio system Press to select “ON” or “OFF”. STEP FM AF ON mode: The station among those of the same net- work with strong reception is selected. Region code ON mode: The station among those of the same net- work with strong reception and broad- casting the same program is selected.
  • Page 285 3-2. Using the audio system  Certification for the radio (for Italy) IL PRODUTTORE Panasonic Corporation Automotive Systems Company 4261, Ikonobe-cho, Tsuzuki-ku, Yokohama, 224-8520, JAPAN DI QUESTO APPARECCHIO MODELLO 86120 52B00 DICHIARA CHE ESSO E’CONFORME AL D.M.28.08.1995 Nr.548, OTTEMPERANDO ALLE PRESCRIZIONI DI CUI AL D.M.25.6.1985 (PARAGRAFO 3,ALL.A) ED AL D.M.27.8.1987 (PARAGRAFO 3,ALL.I) ...
  • Page 286 3-2. Using the audio system  Using the CD player Power Volume CD eject Random playback Selecting a track or displays text message Repeat play Playback Back button Displaying track list Selecting a track, fast-forwarding or reversing Loading CDs Insert a CD. Ejecting CDs Press and remove the CD.
  • Page 287 3-2. Using the audio system Selecting a track from a track list Press STEP The track list will be displayed. Turn and press to select a track. STEP To return to the previous display, press Fast-forwarding and reversing tracks  To fast-forward or reverse, press and hold “...
  • Page 288 Operation has stopped due to a high temperature inside the player. Wait for a while and then press . Contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional if the CD still cannot be played.
  • Page 289 3-2. Using the audio system CD player protection feature  To protect the internal components, playback is automatically stopped when a problem is detected while the CD player is being used.  If a CD is left inside the CD player or in the ejected position for extended periods The CD may be damaged and may not play properly.
  • Page 290 3-2. Using the audio system NOTICE  Low-quality and deformed CDs  CDs with a transparent or translucent recording area  CDs that have had tape, stickers or CD- R labels attached to them, or that have had the label peeled off ...
  • Page 291 3-2. Using the audio system  Playing back MP3 and WMA discs Power Volume CD eject Random playback Selecting a file or displays text Repeat play message Selecting a folder Playback Back button Displays folder lists Selecting a track, fast-forwarding or reversing Loading and ejecting MP3 and WMA discs P.
  • Page 292 3-2. Using the audio system  Selecting a folder and file from folder lists Press STEP The folder list will be displayed. Turn and press to select a folder and a file. STEP To return to the previous display, press To exit, press Selecting files Turn...
  • Page 293 3-2. Using the audio system Random playback Pressing (RDM) changes modes in the following order: Folder random  Disc random  Off. Switching the display Press Track title, Artist name and Album title (MP3 only) are shown on the dis- play.
  • Page 294 3-2. Using the audio system  Display Up to 24 characters can be displayed. Depending on the contents recorded, the characters may not be displayed properly or may not be displayed at all.  Canceling random and repeat playback Press (RPT) or (RDM), or press and hold “”...
  • Page 295 3-2. Using the audio system If a CD is left inside the CD player or in the ejected position for  extended periods The CD may be damaged and may not play properly.  Lens cleaners Do not use lens cleaners. Doing so may damage the CD player. ...
  • Page 296 3-2. Using the audio system Compatible media  Media that can be used for MP3 and WMA playback are CD-Rs and CD- RWs. Playback in some instances may not be possible, depending on the status of the CD-R or CD-RW. Playback may not be possible or the audio may jump if the disc is scratched or marked with fingerprints.
  • Page 297 3-2. Using the audio system MP3 and WMA playback  When a disc containing MP3 or WMA files is inserted, all files on the disc are first checked. Once the file check is finished, the first MP3 or WMA file is played.
  • Page 298 3-2. Using the audio system  Operating an iPod Connecting an iPod enables you to enjoy music from the vehicle speakers.  Connecting an iPod Open the auxiliary box. STEP Open the cover and connect STEP an iPod using an iPod cable. Turn on the power of the iPod if it is not turned on.
  • Page 299 3-2. Using the audio system  Control panel Shuffle playback Power Volume iPod menu/Song selector or displays text message Repeat play iPod menu mode Displays lists Back Playback button Selecting a song, fast-forwarding or reversing Selecting a play mode Press (MENU) to select iPod menu mode.
  • Page 300 3-2. Using the audio system  Play mode list First Second Third Fourth Play mode selection selection selection selection Playlists Songs “Playlists” select select Albums Songs “Artists” Artists select select select Albums Songs “Albums” select select “Songs” Songs select Podcasts Episodes “Podcasts”...
  • Page 301 3-2. Using the audio system Selecting songs Turn or press “” or “” on to select the desired song. Selecting a song from the song list Press STEP The song list will be displayed. Turn to select a song. STEP Press to play the song.
  • Page 302 3-2. Using the audio system Shuffle playback Pressing (RDM) changes modes in the following order: Track shuffle  Album shuffle  Off. Repeat play Press (RPT) To cancel, press (RPT) again. Switching the display Press Track title, Artist name and Album title are shown on the display. To return to the previous display, press Adjusting sound quality and volume balance Press...
  • Page 303 3-2. Using the audio system  About iPod Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance  with safety and regulatory standards.  iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other coun- tries.
  • Page 304 3-2. Using the audio system Compatible models  Model Generation Software version iPod 5th generation Ver. 1.3.0 or higher 1st generation Ver. 1.3.1 or higher 2nd generation Ver. 1.1.3 or higher iPod nano 3rd generation Ver. 1.1.3 or higher 4th generation Ver.
  • Page 305 3-2. Using the audio system CAUTION  Caution while driving Do not connect iPod or operate the controls. NOTICE To prevent damage to iPod   Do not leave iPod in the vehicle. The temperature inside the vehicle may become high, resulting in damage to the iPod. ...
  • Page 306 3-2. Using the audio system  Operating a USB memory Connecting a USB memory enables you to enjoy music from the vehicle speakers.  Connecting a USB memory Open the auxiliary box. STEP Open the cover and connect a STEP USB memory.
  • Page 307 3-2. Using the audio system  Control panel File selector Power Volume or displays text message Repeat play Random playback Selecting a folder Displays folder lists Playback Back button Selecting a file, fast-forwarding or reversing Selecting a folder  Selecting folders one at a time Press “”...
  • Page 308 3-2. Using the audio system  Returning to the first folder Press and hold “” on until you hear a beep. Selecting files Turn or press “” or “” on to select the desired file. Fast-forwarding and reversing files  To fast-forward or reverse, press and hold “...
  • Page 309 3-2. Using the audio system Switching the display Press Track title, Artist name and Album title (MP3 only) are displayed on the display. To return to the previous display, press  USB memory functions  Depending on the USB memory that is connected to the system, the device itself may not be operable and certain functions may not be avail- able.
  • Page 310 3-2. Using the audio system USB memory   Compatible devices USB memory that can be used for MP3 and WMA playback  Compatible device formats The following device formats can be used: • USB communication formats: USB2.0 FS (12 mbps) •...
  • Page 311 3-2. Using the audio system MP3 file compatibility  • Compatible standards MP3 (MPEG1 AUDIO LAYERII, III, MPEG2 AUDIO LAYERII, III, MPEG2.5) • Compatible sampling frequencies MPEG1 AUDIO LAYERII, III: 32, 44.1, 48 (kHz) MPEG2 AUDIO LAYERII, III: 16, 22.05, 24 (kHz) MPEG2.5: 8, 11.025, 12 (kHz) •...
  • Page 312 3-2. Using the audio system MP3 and WMA playback  • When a device containing MP3 or WMA files is connected, all files in the USB memory are checked. Once the file check is finished, the first MP3 or WMA file is played. To make the file check finish more quickly, we recommend that you do not include any files other than MP3 or WMA files or create any unnecessary folders.
  • Page 313 3-2. Using the audio system NOTICE  If the auxiliary box lid cannot be fully closed Depending on the size and shape of the USB memory that is connected to the system, the auxiliary box lid may not close fully. In this case, do not forc- ibly close the lid as this may damage the USB memory or the terminal, etc.
  • Page 314: System

    3-2. Using the audio system  Optimal use of the audio system Displays the current mode Changes the following set- ting • Sound quality and volume balance (P. 315) The sound quality and bal- ance setting can be changed to produce the best sound. •...
  • Page 315 3-2. Using the audio system  Adjusting sound quality Turning adjusts the level. Sound qual- Mode Turn to the Turn to the Level ity mode displayed left right Bass* “BASS” -5 to 5 High Treble* “TREBLE” -5 to 5 Front/rear volume “FADER”...
  • Page 316 3-2. Using the audio system  Using the AUX port This port can be used to connect a portable audio device and listen to it through the vehicle’s speakers. Open the auxiliary box. STEP Open the cover and connect STEP the portable audio device.
  • Page 317: Audio Switches

    3-2. Using the audio system  Using the steering wheel audio switches Some audio features can be controlled using the switches on the steering wheel. Operation may differ depending on the type of audio system or navi- gation system. For details, refer to the manual provided with the audio system or navigation system.
  • Page 318 3-2. Using the audio system Adjusting the volume Press “+” on to increase the volume and “-” to decrease the volume. Hold down “+” or “-” on to continue increasing or decreasing the volume. Silencing a sound Press and hold To cancel, press and hold again.
  • Page 319 3-2. Using the audio system CAUTION  To reduce the risk of an accident Exercise care when operating the audio switches on the steering wheel. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 320 3-3. Using the interior lights Interior lights list Personal/interior lights (vehicles with a panoramic roof shade) or personal lights (vehicles without a panoramic roof shade) (P. 321) Interior light (P. 322) “ENGINE START STOP” switch light (vehicles with a smart entry &...
  • Page 321: Personal Lights

    3-3. Using the interior lights Personal lights and personal/interior lights Personal lights (vehicles without a panoramic roof shade) Turns the lights on/off Personal/interior lights (vehicles with a panoramic roof shade) Turns the lights on/off Turns the lights on Turns the door position on Turns the lights off VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 322: Interior Light

      Footwell lights  Customization that can be configured at any authorized Toyota dealer or repair, or another duly qualified and equipped professional Settings (e.g. the time elapsed before lights turn off) can be changed. (Customizable features P. 528)
  • Page 323 3-4. Using the storage features List of storage features Auxiliary box Glove box Bottle holders Tray (if equipped) Cup holders CAUTION  Items that should not be left in the storage spaces Do not leave glasses, lighters or spray cans in the storage spaces, as this may cause the following when cabin temperature becomes high: ...
  • Page 324: Auxiliary Box

    3-4. Using the storage features Auxiliary box and glove box Auxiliary box Pull up the lid. CAUTION  Caution while driving Keep the auxiliary box closed. In the event of sudden braking, an accident may occur due to an occupant being struck by an open auxiliary box or the items stored inside.
  • Page 325 3-4. Using the storage features Glove box  Grocery bag hook Close the glove box when using the gro- cery bag hook. CAUTION  Caution while driving Keep the glove box closed. In the event of sudden braking or sudden swerv- ing, an accident may occur due to an occupant being struck by the open glove box or the items stored inside.
  • Page 326 3-4. Using the storage features Bottle holders Bottle holders Front Rear  When using the bottle holder  When storing a bottle, close the cap.  The bottle may not be stored depending on its size or shape. CAUTION  Items unsuitable for the bottle holder Do not place anything other than a bottle in the bottle holders.
  • Page 327 3-4. Using the storage features Bottle holders and tray NOTICE  Items that should not be stowed in the bottle holders Put the cap on before stowing a bottle. Do not place open bottles in the bot- tle holders, or glasses and paper cups containing liquid. The contents may spill and glasses may break.
  • Page 328 3-4. Using the storage features Cup holders Cup holders Front Rear CAUTION  Items unsuitable for the cup holder Do not place anything other than cups or aluminum cans in the cup holders. Other items may be thrown out of the holders in the event of an accident or sudden braking, causing injury.
  • Page 329 3-5. Other interior features Sun visors To set the visor in the for- ward position, flip it down. To set the visor in the side position, flip down, unhook, and swing it to the side. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 330 3-5. Other interior features Vanity mirrors Slide the cover to open. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 331 3-5. Other interior features Clock Adjusts the hours Adjusts the minutes The clock is displayed when  Vehicles without a smart entry & start system The engine switch is in the “ON” position. Vehicles with a smart entry & start system The “ENGINE START STOP”...
  • Page 332 When the outside temperature has changed suddenly (at the entrance/ exit of a garage, tunnel, etc.)  When “” or “E” is displayed The system may be malfunctioning. Take your vehicle to any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified professional. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 333 3-5. Other interior features Power outlets The power outlet can be used for 12 V accessories that run on less than 10 A. Center console Luggage compartment  The power outlet can be used when Vehicles without a smart entry & start system The engine switch is in the “ACC”...
  • Page 334 3-5. Other interior features NOTICE  To avoid damaging the power outlet Close the power outlet lid when the power outlet is not in use. Foreign objects or liquids that enter the power outlet may cause a short cir- cuit. ...
  • Page 335 3-5. Other interior features  Seat heaters Heats the left front seat Heats the right front seat The indicator light comes on.  The seat heaters can be used when Vehicles without a smart entry & start system The engine switch is in the “ON” position. Vehicles with a smart entry &...
  • Page 336 3-5. Other interior features CAUTION  Burns  Use caution when seating the following persons in a seat with the seat heater on to avoid the possibility of burns: • Babies, small children, the elderly, the sick and the physically chal- lenged •...
  • Page 337 3-5. Other interior features  Armrests  Driver seat Fold down the armrest for use.  Rear seat Fold down the armrest for use. NOTICE To prevent damage to the armrest  Do not apply too much load on the armrest. ...
  • Page 338 3-5. Other interior features  Panoramic roof shade Use the overhead switches to open or close the panoramic roof shade. Opening Automatic full-opening (press and hold)* Closing Automatic full-closing (press and hold)* *: Pressing either side of the switch will stop the panoramic roof shade travel partway.
  • Page 339 After this procedure is completed, check that the automatic opening/closing function is available. If the automatic opening/closing function does not work properly, have the vehicle inspected by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional. CAUTION ...
  • Page 340 3-5. Other interior features CAUTION  To prevent burns or injury Observe the following precautions.  Although the jam protection function has been installed, make sure that passenger's hands and faces are not caught in the panoramic roof shade while it is closing. Also, as there is a chance that the jam protection func- tion will not react just before closing, make sure not to catch fingers etc.
  • Page 341 3-5. Other interior features Assist grips An assist grip installed on the ceiling can be used to support your body while sitting on the seat. CAUTION  Assist grip Do not use the assist grip when getting in or out of the vehicle or rising from your seat.
  • Page 342 3-5. Other interior features Floor mat Use only floor mats designed specifically for vehicles of the same model and model year as your vehicle. Fix them securely in place onto the carpet. Insert the retaining hooks STEP (clips) into the floor mat eye- lets.
  • Page 343 When installing the driver's floor mat  Do not use floor mats designed for other models or different model year vehicles, even if they are Toyota Genuine floor mats.  Only use floor mats designed for the driver's seat. ...
  • Page 344 3-5. Other interior features Luggage compartment features  Cargo hooks Pull the hook down to use. The cargo hooks are provided for securing loose items.  Dual-level deck board (if equipped) The position of the dual-level deck board can be changed (lowered/raised).
  • Page 345 3-5. Other interior features  Auxiliary boxes (if equipped) Type A Type B VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 346 3-5. Other interior features Operating the dual-level deck board  Lowering the dual-level deck board Lift the dual-level deck board and STEP pull it toward you. Lower the dual-level deck board STEP along the groove and then close the board. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 347 3-5. Other interior features  Removing the dual-level deck board Before removing, raise the dual-level deck board to the upper posi- tion. If it is in the lower position, the board cannot be removed. Lift the dual-level deck board up. STEP Lift the dual-level deck board fur- STEP...
  • Page 348 3-5. Other interior features Remove the hook on the back- STEP side of the dual-level deck board. Attach the hook to the upper edge of the back door opening as shown.  Removing the luggage cover The luggage cover can be removed by the following procedure: Unhook the cords.
  • Page 349 3-5. Other interior features CAUTION  When operating the dual-level deck board or deck board Do not place anything on the dual-level deck board or deck board when operating the board. Otherwise, your fingers may be caught or an accident may result causing injuries.
  • Page 350 3-5. Other interior features VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 351 Maintenance and care 4-1. Maintenance and care Cleaning and protecting the vehicle exterior ..352 Cleaning and protecting the vehicle interior ..356 4-2. Maintenance Maintenance requirements....359 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Do-it-yourself service precautions ..... 362 Hood ......... 365 Positioning a floor jack..366 Engine compartment..
  • Page 352: The Vehicle Exterior

    4-1. Maintenance and care Cleaning and protecting the vehicle exterior Perform the following to protect the vehicle and maintain it in prime condition:  Working from top to bottom, liberally apply water to the vehicle body, wheel wells and underside of the vehicle to remove any dirt and dust.
  • Page 353 4-1. Maintenance and care When using a car wash (vehicles with a smart entry & start system)  If the door handle becomes wet while the electronic key is within the effec- tive range, the door may lock and unlock repeatedly. Place the key in a posi- tion 2 m (6 ft.) or more separate from the vehicle while the vehicle is being washed.
  • Page 354 4-1. Maintenance and care CAUTION  When cleaning the windshield (vehicles with rain-sensing windshield wiper) Set the wiper switch to off. If the wiper switch is in “AUTO”, the wiper may operate unexpectedly in the follow- ing situations, and may result in hands being caught or other serious injuries and cause damage to the wiper blade.
  • Page 355 4-1. Maintenance and care NOTICE • After driving in an area contaminated with soot, oily smoke, mine dust, iron powder or chemical substances • If the vehicle becomes heavily soiled with dust or mud • If liquids such as benzene and gasoline are spilled on the paint surface If the paint is chipped or scratched, have it repaired immediately.
  • Page 356: Cleaning And Protecting The Vehicle Interior

    4-1. Maintenance and care Cleaning and protecting the vehicle interior The following procedures will help protect your vehicle's interior and keep it in top condition:  Protecting the vehicle interior Remove dirt and dust using a vacuum cleaner. Wipe dirty sur- faces with a cloth dampened with lukewarm water.
  • Page 357 4-1. Maintenance and care  Caring for leather areas Toyota recommends cleaning the interior of the vehicle at least twice a year to maintain the quality of the vehicle's interior.  Shampooing the carpets There are several commercial foaming-type cleaners available. Use a sponge or brush to apply the foam.
  • Page 358 4-1. Maintenance and care NOTICE  Cleaning detergents  Do not use the following types of detergent, as they may discolor the vehi- cle interior or cause streaks or damage to painted surfaces: • Non-seat portions: Organic substances such as benzene or gasoline, alkaline or acidic solutions, dye, and bleach •...
  • Page 359: Maintenance Requirements

    Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped profes- sional. Any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer will keep a record of maintenance, which could be useful should you ever require Warranty Service.
  • Page 360: Maintenance

    There can also be advantages in utilizing authorized Toyota dealers or repairers for non-war- ranty repairs and services, as members of the Toyota network will be able to expertly assist you with any difficulties you may encounter.
  • Page 361 4-2. Maintenance CAUTION  If your vehicle is not properly maintained Improper maintenance could result in serious damage to the vehicle and possible serious injury or death.  Handling of the battery Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead com- pounds which are known to cause brain damage.
  • Page 362: Do-It-Yourself Service Precautions

    Battery condition (P. 377) • Conventional wrench (for terminal clamp bolts) • Distilled water • “Toyota Super Long Life Coolant” or a similar high quality ethylene glycol-based non-silicate, non- amine, non-nitrite and non-borate coolant with long-life hybrid Engine coolant level (P.
  • Page 363 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Items Parts and tools • Tire pressure gauge Tire inflation pressure (P. 386) • Compressed air source • Water or washer fluid containing antifreeze (for winter use) Washer fluid (P. 381) • Funnel (used only for adding water or washer fluid) CAUTION The engine compartment contains many mechanisms and fluids that may...
  • Page 364 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance CAUTION  When working near the electric cooling fans or radiator grille Vehicles without a smart entry & start system: Be sure the engine switch is off. With the engine switch in the “ON” position, the electric cooling fans may automatically start to run if the air conditioning is on and/or the coolant tem- perature is high.
  • Page 365: Hood

    4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Hood Release the lock from the inside of the vehicle to open the hood. Pull the hood release lever. STEP The hood will pop up slightly. Push the auxiliary catch lever STEP to the left and lift the hood. Hold the hood open by insert- STEP ing the supporting rod into the...
  • Page 366: Positioning A Floor Jack

    4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Positioning a floor jack When raising your vehicle with a floor jack, position the jack cor- rectly. Improper placement may damage your vehicle or cause injury. Front Rear VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 367 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance CAUTION  When raising your vehicle Make sure to observe the following precautions to reduce the possibility of death or serious injury:  Lift up the vehicle using a floor jack such as the one shown in the illustra- tion.
  • Page 368: Engine Compartment

    4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Engine compartment 1NR-FE engine Fuse boxes (P. 397) Engine coolant reservoir (P. 375) Engine oil filler cap (P. 371) Radiator (P. 377) Engine oil level dipstick Electric cooling fan (P. 370) Condenser (P. 377) Battery (P. 377) Washer fluid tank (P.
  • Page 369 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance 1ND-TV engine Fuse boxes (P. 397) Intercooler (P. 377) Engine oil filler cap Radiator (P. 377) (P. 371) Electric cooling fan Engine oil level dipstick Condenser (P. 377) (P. 370) Engine coolant reservoir Fuel filter (P. 502) (P.
  • Page 370 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Engine oil With the engine at operating temperature and turned off, check the oil level on the dipstick.  Checking the engine oil Gasoline engine: Park the vehicle on level ground. After turn- STEP ing off the engine, wait more than 5 minutes for the oil to drain back into the bottom of the engine.
  • Page 371 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance  Adding engine oil If the oil level is below or near the low level mark, add engine oil of the same type as that already in the engine. Make sure to check the oil type and prepare the items needed before adding oil.
  • Page 372 Oil consumption: Max. 1.0 L/1000 km (1.1 qt./600 miles, 0.9 Imp. qt./600 miles)  If your vehicle consumes more than 1.0 L (1.1 qt., 0.9 Imp. qt.) every 1000 km (600 miles), contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 373 Dispose of used oil and filters only in a safe and acceptable manner. Do not dispose of used oil and filters in household trash, in sewers or onto the ground. Call any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional, service station or auto parts store for information concerning recycling or disposal.
  • Page 374 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance NOTICE  To prevent serious engine damage Check the oil level on a regular basis.  When replacing the engine oil  Be careful not to spill engine oil on the vehicle components.  Avoid overfilling, or the engine could be damaged. ...
  • Page 375 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Engine coolant The coolant level is satisfactory if it is between the “FULL” and “LOW” lines on the reservoir when the engine is cold. Gasoline engine Reservoir cap “FULL” line “LOW” line If the level is on or below the “LOW”...
  • Page 376 Visually check the radiator, hoses, engine coolant reservoir cap, drain cock and water pump. If you cannot find a leak, have any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional, test the cap and check for leaks in the cooling system.
  • Page 377 Check the radiator, condenser and intercooler and clear away any foreign objects. If any of the above parts are extremely dirty or you are not sure of their condition, have your vehicle inspected by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped profes- sional.
  • Page 378 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance  Battery exterior Make sure that the battery terminals are not corroded and that there are no loose connections, cracks, or loose clamps. Terminals Hold-down clamp  Checking battery fluid Check that the level is between “UPPER LEVEL”...
  • Page 379 Take extra care when connecting the battery if the “ENGINE START STOP” switch mode prior to discharge is unknown. If the engine will not start even after multiple attempts, contact any autho- rized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped pro- fessional. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 380 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance CAUTION  Chemicals in the battery Batteries contain poisonous and corrosive sulfuric acid and may produce hydrogen gas which is flammable and explosive. To reduce the risk of death or serious injury, take the following precautions while working on or near the battery: ...
  • Page 381 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance NOTICE  When recharging the battery Never recharge the battery while the engine is running. Also, be sure all accessories are turned off.  When adding distilled water Avoid overfilling. Water spilled during battery recharging may cause corro- sion.
  • Page 382 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance NOTICE  Do not use any fluid other than washer fluid Do not use soapy water or engine antifreeze instead of washer fluid. Doing so may cause streaking on the vehicle’s painted surfaces.  Diluting washer fluid Dilute washer fluid with water as necessary.
  • Page 383: Tires

     Tire rotation Rotate the tires in the order shown. To equalize tire wear and help extend tire life, Toyota recom- mends that tire rotation is car- Front ried out approximately every 10000 km (6000 miles). VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 384 A tire goes flat repeatedly or cannot be properly repaired due to the size or location of a cut or other damage If you are not sure, consult with any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional.
  • Page 385 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance NOTICE  Driving on rough roads Take particular care when driving on roads with loose surfaces or potholes. These conditions may cause losses in tire inflation pressure, reducing the cushioning ability of the tires. In addition, driving on rough roads may cause damage to the tires themselves, as well as the vehicle’s wheels and body.
  • Page 386: Tire Inflation Pressure

     Reduced safety  Damage to the drive train If a tire needs frequent inflating, have it checked by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional.  Instructions for checking tire inflation pressure When checking tire inflation pressure, observe the following: Check only when the tires are cold.
  • Page 387 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance CAUTION  Proper inflation is critical to save tire performance Keep your tires properly inflated. Otherwise, the following conditions may occur and result in an accident causing death or serious injury:  Excessive wear  Uneven wear Poor handling ...
  • Page 388: Wheels

     Bent wheels that have been straightened Aluminum wheel precautions (if equipped)   Use only Toyota wheel nuts and wrenches designed for use with your aluminum wheels.  When rotating, repairing or changing your tires, check that the wheel nuts are still tight after driving 1600 km (1000 miles).
  • Page 389 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance CAUTION  When replacing wheels  Do not use wheels that are a different size from those recommended in the Owner’s Manual, as this may result in a loss of handling control.  Never use an inner tube in a leaking wheel which is designed for a tube- less tire.
  • Page 390: Air Conditioning Filter

    4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Air conditioning filter The air conditioning filter must be changed regularly to maintain air conditioning efficiency.  Removal method Turn the engine switch (vehicles without a smart entry & STEP start system) or “ENGINE START STOP” switch (vehicles with a smart entry &...
  • Page 391 Replace the air conditioning filter according to the maintenance schedule. In dusty areas or areas with heavy traffic flow, early replacement may be required. (For scheduled maintenance information, please refer to the “Toyota Service Booklet” or “Toyota Warranty Booklet”.)  If air flow from the vents decreases dramatically The filter may be clogged.
  • Page 392 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance NOTICE  When using the air conditioning system Make sure that a filter is always installed. Using the air conditioning system without a filter may cause damage to the system. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 393: Wireless Remote Control Electronic Key Battery

    4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Wireless remote control/electronic key battery Replace the battery with a new one if it is depleted.  You will need the following items:  Flathead screwdriver  Lithium battery CR2016 (vehicles without a smart entry & start system), or CR1632 (vehicles with a smart entry &...
  • Page 394 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Open the case cover and STEP remove the depleted battery. Insert a new battery with the “+” terminal facing up.  Replacing the battery (vehicles with a smart entry & start system) Take out the mechanical key. STEP Remove the cover.
  • Page 395 Use a CR2016 (vehicles without a smart entry & start system) or CR1632 (vehicles with a smart entry & start system) lithium battery Batteries can be purchased at any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer,  or another duly qualified and equipped professional, local electrical appli- ance shops or camera stores.
  • Page 396 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance CAUTION  Removed battery and other parts These parts are small and if swallowed by a child, they can cause choking. Keep away from children. Failure to do so could result in death or serious injury.  Certification for the lithium battery RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
  • Page 397: Checking And Replacing Fuses

    4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Checking and replacing fuses If any of the electrical components do not operate, a fuse may have blown. If this happens, check and replace the fuses as necessary. Vehicles without a smart entry & start system STEP Turn the engine switch off.
  • Page 398 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Engine compartment (type C fuse box for the left-hand drive vehicles) Pull the rubber strip on the edge to unhook it from the cover, and then push the tabs in and lift the cover off. Remove the battery terminal cover and then the fuse box cover.
  • Page 399 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Engine compartment (type C fuse box for the right-hand drive vehicles) Pull the rubber strip on the edge to unhook it from the cover, and then push the tabs in and lift the cover off. Remove the battery terminal cover and then the fuse box cover.
  • Page 400 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Under the instrument panel (left-hand drive vehicles) Remove the lid. Under the instrument panel (right-hand drive vehicles) Remove the cover and then remove the lid. Do not pull off the cover using excessive force attached to the footwell light. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 401 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance After a system failure, see “Fuse layout and amperage rat- STEP ings” (P. 404) for details about which fuse to check. Remove the fuse. STEP Only type A fuse can be removed using the pullout tool. The pullout tool is located on the back of the type A fuse box cover.
  • Page 402 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Type C Normal fuse Blown fuse Replace the blown fuse with a new fuse of an appropriate amperage rating. The amper- age rating can be found on the fuse box lid. Type D Normal fuse Blown fuse Replace the blown fuse with a new fuse of an appropriate amperage rating.
  • Page 403 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Type F Normal fuse Blown fuse Contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional. Reinstall the cover and rubber strip. (type C fuse box cover STEP only) Left hand drive vehicles...
  • Page 404 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Fuse layout and amperage ratings  Engine compartment Type A Fuse Ampere Circuit Multiport fuel injection system/ EFI MAIN 20 A sequential multiport fuel injection system Multiport fuel injection system/ ECD MAIN 30 A sequential multiport fuel injection system, EFI NO.2 Multiport fuel injection system/ EFI NO.3...
  • Page 405 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Fuse Ampere Circuit Smart entry & start system, multi- port fuel injection system/sequen- tial multiport fuel injection system, 10 A multi-mode manual transmission, SRS airbag system, steering lock system, stop lights, Stop & Start system Multiport fuel injection system/ 15 A sequential multiport fuel injection system...
  • Page 406 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Fuse Ampere Circuit Main body ECU, smart entry & start ECU-B NO.1 system DOME 15 A Interior lights, audio system, VSC Multiport fuel injection system/ ETCS 10 A sequential multiport fuel injection system 10 A Turn signal lights Multiport fuel injection system/ sequential multiport fuel injection 7.5 A...
  • Page 407 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Type B Fuse Ampere Circuit  EU-DRL 15 A Multiport fuel injection system/ S-HORN 10 A sequential multiport fuel injection system H-LP MAIN 7.5 A Headlights 50 A Multi-mode manual transmission H-LP RH HI 10 A Right-hand headlight (high beam) Left-hand headlight (high beam), H-LP LH HI 10 A...
  • Page 408 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Type C (vehicles with a gasoline engine) Fuse Ampere Circuit EPS, ABS NO.2, DEF, PTC, HTR, RDI FAN, ABS NO.1, TAIL NO.2, PANEL, DOOR R/R, DOOR P, ECU-IG NO.1, ECU-IG NO.2, A/C, 120 A GAUGE, WASHER, WIPER, WIPER RR, P/W, DOOR R/L, DOOR, CIG, ACC, D/L, OBD, FOG RR, STOP, AM1, FOG FR, D-D/L,...
  • Page 409 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Type C (vehicles with a diesel engine) Fuse Ampere Circuit PWR HTR, EPS, ABS NO.2, DEF, PTC, HTR, RDI FAN, ABS NO.1, TAIL NO.2, PANEL, DOOR R/R, DOOR P, ECU-IG NO.1, ECU-IG 120 A NO.2, A/C, GAUGE, WASHER, WIPER, WIPER RR, P/W, DOOR R/L, DOOR, CIG, ACC, D/L, OBD, FOG RR, STOP, AM1, FOG FR,...
  • Page 410 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance  Under the instrument panel Fuse Ampere Circuit Front position lights, tail lights, license plate lights, front fog lights, TAIL NO.2 10 A rear fog light, multiport fuel injection system/sequential multiport fuel injection system, gauge and meters Gauge and meters, instrument PANEL panel lights, switch illumination...
  • Page 411 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Fuse Ampere Circuit WASHER 15 A Windshield washer WIPER 20 A Windshield wipers WIPER RR 15 A Rear window wiper 30 A Power windows DOOR R/L 20 A Power windows DOOR 20 A Power windows 15 A Power outlets Main body ECU, outside rear view mirrors, audio system, Stop &...
  • Page 412 Do not modify the fuses or fuse boxes. NOTICE Before replacing fuses  Have the cause of electrical overload determined and repaired by any autho- rized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped pro- fessional as soon as possible. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 413: Light Bulbs

    You may replace the following bulbs by yourself. The difficulty level of replacement varies depending on the bulb. If necessary bulb replacement seems difficult to perform, contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional. For more information about replacing other light bulbs, contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional.
  • Page 414 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance  Rear bulb locations Rear turn signal lights Rear fog light (for left-hand traffic)/ Stop/tail lights Back-up light (for right-hand traffic) Rear fog light (for right-hand traffic)/ License plate Back-up light (for lights left-hand traffic) Replacing light bulbs ...
  • Page 415 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Remove the bulb. STEP To install a new bulb, align the tabs of the bulb with the cutouts of the mounting hole.  Front fog lights (if equipped) Vehicles without front STEP spoiler Remove the 2 screws and a clip. Vehicles with a front spoiler Remove the 3 screws and a clip.
  • Page 416 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Partly remove the fender liner. STEP Unplug connector while STEP depressing the lock release. Turn the bulb base counterclock- STEP wise.  Front position lights Turn the bulb base counterclock- STEP wise. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 417 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance Remove the light bulb. STEP  Front turn signal lights Turn the bulb base counterclock- STEP wise. Remove the light bulb. STEP VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 418 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance  Stop/tail lights and rear turn signal lights Open the back door and remove STEP the bolts and lamp assembly. Turn the bulb base counterclock- STEP wise. Rear turn signal light Stop/tail light Remove the light bulb. STEP Rear turn signal light Stop/tail light...
  • Page 419 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance  Back-up light/rear fog light Turn the bulb base counterclock- STEP wise. Rear fog light Remove the light bulb. STEP Back-up light Remove the light bulb. STEP VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 420  Lights other than the above If any of the lights listed below has burnt out, have it replaced by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional.  Side turn signal lights  High mounted stoplight...
  • Page 421 LED light bulbs The high mounted stoplight consists of a number of LEDs. If any of the LEDs burn out, take your vehicle to any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional to have the light replaced.
  • Page 422 4-3. Do-it-yourself maintenance VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 423 When trouble arises 5-1. Essential information 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency Emergency flashers..424 If a warning light turns If your vehicle needs to on or a warning buzzer be towed ......425 sounds......435 If you think something is If you have a flat tire wrong......
  • Page 424: Emergency Flashers

    5-1. Essential information Emergency flashers Use the emergency flashers if the vehicle malfunctions or is involved in an accident. Press the switch to flash all the turn signal lights. To turn them off, press the switch once again. NOTICE  To prevent battery discharge Do not leave the emergency flashers on longer than necessary when the engine is not running.
  • Page 425: If Your Vehicle Needs To Be Towed

    If your vehicle needs to be towed If towing is necessary, we recommend having your vehicle towed by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional, such as a commercial towing service, using a lift-type truck or flatbed truck.
  • Page 426 5-1. Essential information Emergency towing If a tow truck is not available in an emergency, your vehicle may be temporarily towed using a cable or chain secured to the emergency towing eyelet(s). This should only be attempted on hard surfaced roads for short distances at low speeds.
  • Page 427 5-1. Essential information Installing towing eyelet Press and hold the left side of STEP the eyelet cover while removing the cover with a flathead screw- driver. To protect the bodywork, place a rag between the screwdriver and the vehicle body as shown in the illustration.
  • Page 428 5-1. Essential information Towing with a sling-type truck Do not tow with a sling-type truck to prevent body damage. Towing with a wheel-lift type truck From the front Release the parking brake. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 429 5-1. Essential information From the rear Vehicles with a Multidrive: Use a towing dolly under the front wheels. Except vehicles with a Multidrive: We recommend using a towing dolly under the front wheels. Vehicles without a smart entry & start system: When not using a towing dolly, turn the engine switch to the “ON”...
  • Page 430 5-1. Essential information Using a flatbed truck If you use chains or cables to tie down your vehicle, the angles shaded in black must be 45. Do not overly tighten the tie downs or the vehicle may be damaged.  Before emergency towing STEP Release the parking brake.
  • Page 431 5-1. Essential information CAUTION  Caution while towing  Use extreme caution when towing the vehicle. Avoid sudden starts or erratic driving maneuvers which place excessive stress on the emergency towing eyelets and the cables or chains. Always be cautious of the surroundings and other vehicles while towing. ...
  • Page 432 5-1. Essential information NOTICE  To prevent causing serious damage to the transmission when towing using a wheel-lift type truck (vehicles with a Multidrive) Never tow this vehicle from the rear with the front wheels on the ground.  To prevent causing serious damage to the Stop & Start system when towing (vehicles with Stop &...
  • Page 433: If You Think Something Is Wrong

    5-1. Essential information If you think something is wrong If you notice any of the following symptoms, your vehicle probably needs adjustment or repair. Contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional as soon as possible.
  • Page 434 5-1. Essential information Fuel pump shut off system (gasoline engine only) To minimize the risk of fuel leakage when the engine stalls or when an airbag inflates upon collision, the fuel pump shut off system stops the supply of fuel to the engine. Follow the procedure below to restart the engine after the system is activated.
  • Page 435: On Or A Warning Buzzer Sounds

    However, if this continues to occur, have the vehicle inspected by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional. Stop the vehicle immediately. Continuing to drive the vehicle may be dangerous.
  • Page 436  The following warnings indicate the possibility of damage to the vehicle that may lead to an accident. Immediately stop the vehicle in a safe place and contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional.
  • Page 437 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency  Immediately stop the vehicle in a safe place and take the specified steps to correct the suspected problem. Warning light Warning light/Details Correction procedure Heat clutch warning light (warning buzzer) Pull over and shift the shift Indicates that the clutch lever to N.
  • Page 438 Failure to investigate the cause of the following warnings may lead to the system operating abnormally and possibly cause an accident. Have the vehicle inspected by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional immedi- ately.
  • Page 439 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency Warning light Warning light/Details Fuel filter warning light (diesel engine only) Indicate that the amount of accumulated water in the fuel filter has reached the specified level. Cruise control indicator light (if equipped) Indicates a malfunction in the cruise control system.
  • Page 440 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency Warning light Warning light/Details Correction procedure Driver’s and front passen- ger’s seat belt reminder light (warning buzzer)* Fasten the seat belt. (On the instru- Warns the driver and front ment cluster) passenger to fasten their seat belts.
  • Page 441 30 minutes, have the vehi- cle inspected by any autho- rized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped pro- fessional. Engine oil change reminder light (diesel...
  • Page 442 : The DPF system warning light may not turn off when the engine oil change reminder light is on. In this event, have the vehicle inspected by any autho- rized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped pro- fessional.
  • Page 443 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency Follow the correction procedures. (vehicles with a smart entry & start system) After taking the specified steps to correct the suspected problem, check that the warning light goes off. Warning Correction Interior Exterior Warning light/Details buzzer buzzer...
  • Page 444 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency Interior Exterior Warning Correction Warning light/Details buzzer buzzer light procedure Smart entry & start system indicator light Indicates that a door other than the driver’s door has Confirm the been opened and closed with location of the 3 times Once...
  • Page 445 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency Interior Exterior Warning Correction Warning light/Details buzzer buzzer light procedure Smart entry & start system Release the (Flashes indicator light  steering lock. Once quickly in Indicates that the steering (P. 171) green for lock has not been released.
  • Page 446 The malfunction indicator lamp will go off after several trips. If the malfunction indicator lamp does not go off, contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped profes- sional, as soon as possible. ...
  • Page 447 100 to 300 km (62 to 187 miles), the malfunction indicator lamp may come on. If this happens, have the vehicle inspected by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped profes- sional immediately.
  • Page 448: If You Have A Flat Tire

    5-2. Steps to take in an emergency If you have a flat tire (vehicles with a spare tire) Remove the flat tire and replace it with the spare tire provided.  Before jacking up the vehicle  Stop the vehicle on a hard, flat surface. ...
  • Page 449 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency Taking out the jack Move the front left seat to the STEP front most position and remove the cover. Tighten STEP Loosen VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 450 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency Taking out the spare tire Without auxiliary box Lift the dual-level deck board and STEP attach the hook. (P. 347) Remove the deck board and tool STEP tray. Loosen the center fastener that secures the spare tire.
  • Page 451 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency With auxiliary box Remove the deck board. STEP Remove the auxiliary box and STEP tool tray. Loosen the center fastener that secures the spare tire. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 452 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency Replacing a flat tire Chock the tires. STEP STEP Wheel chock Flat tire positions Behind the Left- rear right- hand hand side side tire Front Behind the Right- rear left- hand hand side side tire In front of...
  • Page 453 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency Slightly loosen the wheel nuts STEP (one turn). Turn the tire jack portion “A” by STEP hand until the notch of the jack is in contact with the jack point. Raise the vehicle until the tire is STEP slightly raised off the ground.
  • Page 454 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency Installing the tire Remove any dirt or foreign mat- STEP ter from the wheel contact sur- face. If foreign matter is on the wheel contact surface, the wheel nuts may loosen while the vehicle is in motion, causing the tire to come off.
  • Page 455 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency Lower the vehicle. STEP Firmly tighten each wheel nut STEP two or three times in the order shown in the illustration. Tightening torque: 103 N•m (10.5 kgf•m, 76 ft•lbf) Stow the flat tire, tire jack and all tools. STEP VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 456 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency  The compact spare tire The compact spare tire is identified by the label “TEMPORARY USE  ONLY” on the tire sidewall. Use the compact spare tire temporarily, and only in an emergency. ...
  • Page 457 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency Certification for the jack  VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 458 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency CAUTION  When using the spare tire  Remember that the compact spare tire provided is specifically designed for use with your vehicle. Do not use your compact spare tire on another vehicle. ...
  • Page 459  If there are any cracks or deformations in the bolt screws, nut threads or bolt holes of the wheel, have the vehicle inspected by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped profes- sional. VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 460 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency CAUTION  When installing the wheel nuts Be sure to install the wheel nuts with the tapered end facing inward. (P. 389) Failure to follow these precautions could cause the wheel nuts to loosen and the tire to fall off, resulting in death or serious injury.
  • Page 461 (P. 464) After temporarily repairing the tire with the kit, have the tire repaired or replaced by any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional. Repairs conducted using the emergency tire puncture repair kit are only a temporary measure.
  • Page 462 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency  Location of the emergency tire puncture repair kit Emergency tire puncture repair kit Tool box Emergency tire puncture repair kit components  Bottle Hose Stickers Air release cap VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 463 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency Compressor Air pressure gauge Power plug Compressor switch VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 464  In the following cases, the tire cannot be repaired with the emergency tire puncture repair kit. Contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional.  When the tire is damaged due to driving without sufficient air pressure ...
  • Page 465 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency Taking out the emergency tire puncture repair kit Move the front right seat forward. (P. 69) STEP Unhook the hook and take out STEP the tool box. Take out the emergency tire STEP puncture repair kit.
  • Page 466 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency Emergency repair method Take out the repair kit from the tool box. STEP Remove the valve cap from the STEP valve of the punctured tire. Remove the protective film from STEP the bottle and extend the hose. Remove the air release cap from the hose.
  • Page 467 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency Make sure that the compressor STEP switch is off. Remove the power plug from the STEP compressor. Connect the power plug to the power outlet socket. (P. 333) STEP Front VERSO-S_EE...
  • Page 468 Remove any dirt and moisture from the wheel before attaching the label. If it is impossible to attach the label, make sure to tell any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or other duly qualified and equipped professional when you have them repair and replace the tire that sealant is injected.
  • Page 469 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency Connect the bottle to the com- STEP pressor. As shown in the illustration, insert the bottle vertically into the com- pressor to connect making sure that the claw on the bottle's neck is hooked onto the cutout of the compressor case.
  • Page 470 Turn the compressor switch off and contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly qualified and equipped professional. • If the tire inflation pressure exceeds the specified air pres- sure, let out some air to adjust the tire inflation pressure.
  • Page 471 5-2. Steps to take in an emergency With the compressor switch off, disconnect the hose from the STEP valve on the tire and then pull out the power plug from the power outlet socket. Some sealant may leak when the hose is removed. Install the valve cap onto the valve of the emergency repaired STEP tire.
  • Page 472 If the tire inflation pressure is under 130 kPa (1.3 kgf/cm bar, 19 psi): The puncture can- not be repaired. Contact any authorized Toyota dealer or repairer, or another duly quali- fied and equipped profes- sional. If the tire inflation p