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Models no longer being sold by local distributors.
Model unavailable since Nov 2020
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(launched 2006, facelifted Aug-2012)

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2.4 Super Deluxe 7-Seater (A)
$106,488 (Jan 2009) spacer
10.4km/L 168bhp 4-speed (A)
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2.4 8-Seater (A)
$115,488 (Feb 2008) spacer
10.4km/L 168bhp 4-speed (A)
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2.4 Super Deluxe 8-Seater Moonroof (A)
$117,988 (Sep 2008) spacer
10.4km/L 168bhp 4-speed (A) super ECT
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2.4 Super Deluxe 7-Seater Moonroof (A)
$119,988 (Sep 2008) spacer
10.4km/L 168bhp 4-speed (A)
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2.4 7-Seater Standard (A)
$165,988 (Sep 2017) spacer
11.2km/L 168bhp CVT (A)
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2.4 7-Seater Elegance (A)

Facelifted on Aug-2012

$166,888 (Feb 2016) spacer
11.2km/L 168bhp CVT (A)
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2.4 8-Seater Moonroof (A)
$175,988 (Sep 2017) spacer
11.2km/L 168bhp CVT (A)
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2.4 Aeras 7-seater Moonroof Luxury (A)
$176,888 (Nov 2020) spacer
11.2km/L 168bhp CVT (A)
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2.4 7-Seater Moonroof (A)
$186,888 (Nov 2016) spacer
11.2km/L 168bhp CVT (A)
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Toyota Previa
2.5 stars - based on 4 reviews
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Car Review - Toyota Previa 2.4 Aeras 7-seater Moonroof Luxury (A)
With the market moving towards seven-seater crossovers for people movers, does the Toyota's de facto MPV, the Previa, still stand a chance?
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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Being Toyota, it's always a reliable car...  
 
Drove my Friend's Previa and love it for the space... Great for Road Trip up North but will have to wait a while longer for Covid-19 situation to be stable before borders are open...
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Roadworthy Shinkansen  
 
I remember the first time I got my driver's license and had rented out a Previa for the weekend up to KL. To date I haven't found a more comfortable 7-seater. Although now it attracts a 20k VES penalty, there is still nothing out in the market that matches the bullet-train dynamics, the ride height and its reliability. The new folding 3rd row seats are mesmerizing to fiddle with and keeps the rear neat and usable for transport of market stuff or luggage. In terms of driving, I really love the high seating position. The driving dynamics are better compared to say an Alphard - it is a bit more agile and slick in heavy traffic to say the least. Mid-speed overtaking and speeding up also feels powerful - thanks to the big naturally aspirated engine. Wind noise is also greatly reduced - largely due to its aerodynamics mirroring a shinkansen. On the NS highway the Previa feels like it was made for this - something I couldn't get in a Honda MPV. As a daily drive it doesn't feel like a huge burden on my wallet too - it is somewhat frugal for its size, especially since I drive often on the highway. Compared to my previous Honda, it feels a lot more bulletproof - the suspension seems to last forever unlike the Honda where it started to sag and eventually couldn't carry more than 4 people. Maintenance wise so far there hasn't been any issue such as aircon or engine mount problems - both which i faced often in my Honda.
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