About Toyota Previa Van (6 seater)
Climb inside and it gets even better. The Previa’s lovingly assembled interior stands as a high-water mark for minivan tastefulness and functionality. The A-pillars and their angled supports are expensively upholstered. The admittedly large dash—with a center bulge that makes it look pregnant—is finished in a brushed gray plastic that looks like titanium. The defroster outlets are so painstakingly countersunk and pressure-fitted into the dash that the two appear to have come from the same injection-molded piece. The backs of the door grab-bars are covered in a supple urethane that feels like ultrasuede. The retractors for both front seatbelts are hidden within flush, upholstered wall panels. The soft-drink holder, ashtray, and center storage bin (the latter a perfect place to hide a radar detector or eight stereo cassettes) are so cleverly integrated they’re almost hidden. All of the switch gear is up high, located where you expect to find it. (One of the benefits of the pregnant dash is that the radio and ventilation controls are thrust within ten inches of the right edge of the steering wheel.) And the sliding cargo door opens with less resistance than the passenger doors on many luxury cars.