1991 Toyota Previa DLX 4 cylinder from North America
No worry, hassle free transportation
Power door lock on driver door broke; only needed a ten-cent spring to repair.
Valve cover gasket needed replacing due to leaking oil on exhaust at 170,000 miles.
Hinge on slider door needed replacing at 195,000 miles. $75 part.
This is the most reliable used vehicle we have ever owned.
Even though it is a minivan, it drives like a luxury sedan.
We would highly recommend this to any potential buyer. You won't regret this purchase!
Highly underrated vehicle!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 12th June, 2004
We have a 91 Toyota Previa that has been in the family since new. Have had problems with sliding door. New hinges on order. Drivers door currently can't be opened. Something wrong with the lock on it. I can see the spring is missing. Does anybody know how to open it?
Great car. Love the way it drives and runs.
We have a 1991 Toyota Previa that needs the hinge replaced on the sliding door, but our body shop hasn't been able to locate one. Any ideas? This minivan has 165,000 miles on it and it has been very reliable.
Secret Tip...Mother's Bumper Black on the rubber trim along the bottom of the van makes it look like new... our 1991's transformation was amazing. Also found out that the same product applied to the sliding door seals kept if from sticking and make it much easier to open. Applied it to the rest of the door seals as well.
Mounting on the top of the Fuse Box cover makes for EASY/Cool Looking installation of Plug and Play Sirius Satellite Radio... best addition to our Previa EVER.
Is it normal for the front struts to snub out so loudly on bumps?
For information from other Previa owners on how to fix the door locks, springs, and other things that typically need attention, take a look at the Toyota Previa Owners group on Yahoo: