1995 Toyota Previa Minivan LE All-Trac 3dr Minivan AWD w/Supercharger
I purchased this vehicle used - 2 years
old with 20,000 miles. 7 years later we
now have 102,000 miles. We use this on
long trips and around town every day.
Other than changing brake pads every 2
years...it just keep on running without
any problems. A great purchase. AWD
is great in snow. I will drive this
until it dies.
3rd row seats that split and/or fold up
and out of the way.
Timing chain - not belt that is never
1995 Toyota Previa Minivan DX 3dr Minivan w/Supercharger
The car is fun to drive due to its rwd.
Handling is very well for a tall
vehicle. Power is adequate, but
supposed to be much better than the non-
supercharged model. Nice big front
seats compared to the Siena. This car
runs and runs with little trouble even
at 160km. I even skipped all the minor
services. I can't think of an excuse
to sell it even it's old with 160 km.
I think this model has a defected
muffler. Also, the infamous SAD
(Auxilary Drive) problem that make the
car vibrate during idling at the stop
lights. Toyota has a fix kit that cost
$200 instead of replacing the whole
thing for $1200.
Adjustable armrests for front seats.
Supportive chairs. Excelent front view
from driver's seat
Engine noise, dome light should be more
like a spot light type so it won't
blind the driver. Too much plastic for
1995 Toyota Previa Minivan LE 3dr Minivan w/Supercharger
Great van but expensive to maintain. Parts are pricey. Rides and handles
well but a little on the noisy side. Great turning radius. Controls and
accessories are easy to access. The seats could go back a little farther for
a taller driver and passenger.
The two sun roof/windows. The driver's seat visibility and access to controls.
The middle captain chairs rotate 180 degrees which works great when
hauling the kids and their friends. The folding-up of the rear seats for cargo.
More leg room for taller drivers and passengers. More lumbar support for the
driver and front passenger.
Excellent car. It is a little
underpowered, but has a 4 speed
automatic overdrive which can be
manually turned off on the shift
column. So when going uphills, I
take it out of overdrive and the car is
I do regular oil changes and tire
rotations, but nothing else. I will
finally put in new plugs (at 145,000!)
and new brake pads.
Very reliable car.
Back seats fold up out of the way
which is really convenient for carrying
All the fluid levels, even oil, are in
semi transparent containers, so very
easy to check.
Mostly, I love how you never need to
do anything to the car, it just runs and
The middle seats when turned
around do not have enough room
between the front seat, so the front
seats are forced to "sit up" too
straight for comfort.
Needs more power and a second
back door, but those have been
handled in the Sienna which is the
newer version of this van.