Test Drives 1990 Toyota Previa

Published on January 24th, 2012 | by BajaBusta


1990 Toyota Previa Test Drive

Not following the ‘me too’ route that often describes new nameplates in an already established segment is not rare, but succeeding is. Being unique in a class of boxy two box designs brought along with it uncommon features that showcased their individuality. Including a sideways mounted engine, interesting implementation of the third row seats, twin sunroofs, and an actually attractive interior. However not unique to the Previa, was its slow acceleration, and soft handling, as seen as it navigates the pylons. Either way, it was a monumental evolution of the ‘VAN’ it replaced.


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7 Responses to 1990 Toyota Previa Test Drive

  1. Thomas says:

    The Previa is rated “poor” in IIHS in 1996

  2. Jeremy says:

    Any chance you have any reviews otr anything on the original Toyota Van Baja?

    • BajaBusta says:

      Oooh, i wish! those things are so strange they’re rad! I personally do not have any footage, but I am working with a guy down south that may! Stay tuned!

  3. Jeremy says:

    what about a review of the supercharged previa baja?

  4. Car Nut Seattle says:

    I remember when the Toyota Previa was on the US market. I thought it was better looking than anything the Big Three was offering at the time. :)

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