I have owned several vehicles from Europeans, American, and Asian, this '91 Previa by far the most reliable. Hitting the 250,000+ miles and it still drives like new! Drove it everywhere, short and long distance in comfort. There's a lot of room inside for a minivan. I rank this Toyota tops in reliability, followed by Euros (Bmw, Saab, Volvo), and last American cars. Drove the Previa cross-country with absolutely no problems, and still gets 22mpg hwy! Amazing van!
Large interior room, engine mounted under the front seats, unique exterior shape.
Model has been discontinued in the US. Probably would have been brighter headlamps and better cabin/interior lighting.
Bought as program van at 29,000 and
now has 198,000. Have had no
mechanical problems yet. Just brakes,
tires, and a master cylinder. Change
oil & fluids religiously at proper
times and it just keeps going. I am
looking for a newer one and am keeping
this one. Door hardware and radio are
weak spots, and the seats are not what
they could be for long trips, but this
car outperforms any Bronco or Cherokee
I have had in the snow, and it takes a
beating and just keeps running. I
maintain my cars for major mechanical
failure prevention, but I use them
HARD, and this one is the best by far!
Reliability, utility of inside seat
arrangements, towing capacity, mileage
Never has left us standed at 190K miles. Have replaced expected components. Radio doesn't work. Body holding up pretty good. Fun to drive AWD in snow. May buy newer(96-97) model in the future. Don't like safety rating.
Power door locks' steering and fold up rear seats.