About Toyota Previa
The Toyota Previa is a minivan that was first introduced to the mass in 1991. The model years are from 1991 to 1997. The van has been put into production between 1990 and 2019, across three generations in total. The name "Previa" can be derived from the Spanish and Italian word for "preview". It features great parts. The corporation explained that Previa is believed to preview future technologies adopted in minivans. In terms of body style, it is offered in a 4/5-door minivan. Its designers are Tokuo Fukuichi and David Doyle and it is manufactured and marketed by Toyota. The model is assembled and produced primarily in Japan: Kariya, Aichi (Fujimatsu plant).
The first-generation Previa received much acclaim upon its debut in January 1990 thanks to its upper-class classic parts and handsome exterior look. It adopted a front mid-engine and rear-wheel-drive layout in automotive design. All its accessories for driving the engine are set near the front hood to ensure an even front/rear weight distribution. Such design help improve the quality of ride and handling. When it comes to the detailed dimensions, here is some data information on the Toyota Previa: it has a wheelbase of 112.8 in (2,865 mm) and a curb weight of 1,703 kg (3,755 lb); the auto measures 4,750 mm (187.0 in) in length, 1,800 mm (70.9 in) in width and 1,745 mm (68.7 in) in height. The data may vary a little depending on the different production years.
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The second-generation Previa was produced between 2000 to 2005. It is designed by Hiroshi Okamoto. The vehicle utilized a front-engine and front-wheel-drive layout and is built based on the Toyota K platform. Compared to the previous version, the Toyota Previa had a longer wheelbase and therefore, it could accommodate more passengers. It was offered with a long list of practical parts, including sliding rear passenger doors on both sides, both gasoline and diesel-powered four-cylinder engines as well as a five-speed manual transmission. These upgrades have greatly enhanced the performance of the Previa.
The third-generation Previa was introduced in 2006. This time, the model uses a front-engine and all-wheel-drive layout in the design. Designed by Kuniaki Toyooka, it is built based on the Toyota New MC platform. Besides, it features an available second-generation Hybrid Synergy Drive drivetrain, adaptive front-lighting system low beam headlamps, and power-folding split third-row seats. For the engine parts, it has upgraded to a petrol hybrid 2.4 L 2AZ-FXE I4. The transmission is also offered in various kinds depending on the specific need, from 4-speed automatic to 7-speed Super CVT-i. From solid classic parts to excellent car design, the Toyota Previa is bound to win people's hearts with its solid parts.