1991 Toyota Previa Minivan Deluxe All-Trac 3dr Minivan AWD
Wow... This van has been nothing but a
gem. 252,000 miles and still going
strong. We pull a 18ft. boat on our
vacations with relative ease. 4 wheel
drive gets us up the slickest boat ramp
and the most treacherous snow covered
roads when hockey season rolls around.
The rear AC is fantastic.
Interior room is wonderful, plenty of
space for kids and all there friends
and soccer/hockey equipment. Great van
to tailgate out of at a game.
We made a nice storage compartment
between the front seats. We extended it
rearward so that the center seats would
have a place to keep their drinks.
Interior lighting is a bit lame, but
we've learned to do without...
No major problems, despite many long
trips and grocery getting duty for many
years, many long trips.
Many complain about the lack of power,
but hey it is a minivan not a sports
car!! When is the last time you had 6
friends in your Toyota Celica, I donít
Great for road trips with up to 7
people, able to hang out together. It
always comes along on the camping
trips, a trusted part of our gear.
Have it up to 160,000 miles now, still
running great, thought of getting a new
vehicle but cannot beat the
practicality of it. Interior design has
Start it up and you are gone, you will
The split rear seats, easy loading in
several bikes, or any other pieces of
equipment that need to be moved.
Rear wheel drive, great for towing.
Mid-Engine design, great balanced ride,
great conversation starter, no one can
believe that the engine is sitting on
Super-charger and Manual transmission
as standard. If Ford has several
Minivan models why canít Toyota? Sell
both the Sienna and the Previa, let the
Limited Slip differential, easier on
rough roads. Is ok now but it would
Very dependable. No engine/drive
problems. Radio/AC not high standard.
Seeing exterior rust. 4 cylinder has
drawbacks but not noticable. Overall
very reliable, but newer models have
easy to get in.
4 door. better audio. noise reduction.
more ventilation in the back.