Nothing comes close for sheer usable
space. Visibility and handing are great.
At 170000 miles, it needed a drive shaft
but a good independent garage made that
a $400 repair instead of the $1000 the
dealer wanted. Hope it goes another
170000. If you can find one for $10K
get it because Previa owners alone know
just what a gem these are. Hard to
work on, but needs work so seldom:
caution Toyota parts cost a bunch and
no one else offers parts. Replaced the
muffler (a generic) for $70 when Toyota
wanted $300. Wouldn't hesitate to
drive it across the country in winter.
AWD gets 26 mpg on the highway. Gets a
I bought this Previa used with only 12,000 miles on it. I now have over 216,000 miles and maintenance costs have been minimal. Word of advice: do not ignore the "CHECK ENGINE" light. I did and a blocked catalytic converter caused the head gasket to fail. I live in Colorado and the AWD is a big help in winter. I've stopped buying snow tires. The supercharged engine still has plenty of power even at this mileage. I suspect the Amsoil I use in the van has contributed greatly to the longevity. The van may not have all luxury appoints of a millenium van, but it's still dependable and looks pretty good too. Toyota makes great vehicles.
We purchased this vehicle used (2yrs
Old) with 33K miles on it. It now has
120K miles on it and still going strong.
We've had no major problems, but quite
a few problems that go along with age.
Shocks, rattles, sensors, ...etc.
Nothing major, but it seems to always
need something these days that cause it
to go into the shop.
This is the kind of car that gives
Toyota a good name. The Van seats my
family o f6 comfortably, we just got
back from a 2,000 mile road trip,
spending 40hrs in the car and all of us
has a Blast. The ergonomics are great,
and the leather seats are a must if you