Toyota previa 1991 review: Junkyard Find: 1992 Toyota Previa All-Trac

I still remember when my Dad brought home our new 1991 Previa for the first time. LE model, but the same color combo as the one Murilee found. All the neighborhood stopped by to ask about what it was – it was so futuristic looking! The second row captain’s seats were perfect for two boys 20 months apart, and the third row folding up on the sides gave it a lot of vertical clearance to load odd items. It went well over 300 grand with no major issues, although towards the end it had some wiring harness problems which sealed its fate. I learned to drive in it, drove the carpool to school in it; it really was a workhorse all around. It’s also notable in that my dad traded in a 1986 Cutlass Ciera station wagon that required a new engine at 70,000 miles for the Previa – I can actually trace the day the General screwed us one too many times and my Dad went to the Japanese side and never looked back.

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