Since 1937, Toyota Motor Corporation, as an independent automobile manufacturing company, was hardly ever run out of best quality, if not highly competitive vehicles. To name a few, these are the Tacoma, Corolla, Supra, Celica, Prius, Tundra, Camry, Highlander, MR2, Land Cruiser, Sienna, Echo, Sequoia, Solara, Avalon, 4x4, Starlet, Avensis, Hi-Lux, Matrix, Tercel, RAV4 and many others. Toyota vehicles vary from elegant and sporty cars, to functional and roomier vans, to dependable and versatile trucks, with each one exhibiting the same standard of reliability and longevity, which is popularly known and associated with the Toyota vehicles. Overtime, Toyota has grown into one of the giants of the automotive industry not only in Japan but all over the world.
One of Toyota's pride models is the Toyota Previa, a minivan produced by the company since 1990 and is currently sold into two generations. The Toyota Previa is an MPV or multi purpose vehicle, a body style capable of carrying passengers based on a car platform, and is generally a one box design that is neither a distinct hood nor a trunk, but rather a maximized interior space. MVP is more known as the minivan in North America being its nearest equivalent. Moreover, the Toyota Previa is the export version of the Toyota Estima minivan which is intended for the Japanese market, and as the Toyota TArago in Australia.
The first generation Previas are those that were produced from 1990 until 2000 while the second generation Previas are those which were produced from 2000 until present. Both generations use a 2.4-liter, I4 engine but the second generation had an additional engine option of 2.0-liter, I4 diesel engine. The older generation Previa is a bit shorter than the present generation Previas but the latter is a little slimmer than the former. To whichever generation does your Previa belong, you will definitely need Toyota Previa parts in order for you to keep and maintain the beauty and quality of you Previa.