Three trim levels are offered: GS, GLS and CDX. The GS comes with eight seats, the GLS with a choice of seven or eight seats and the CDX exclusively as a seven-seater.
Standard equipment on all versions includes driver, front passenger and front side airbags, digital climate control air conditioning, electric windows all round, tilt-adjustable steering wheel, tonneau cover, ABS, Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist, two ISOFIX child seat mounts, remote central locking, electrically adjustable heated door mirrors and front arm rests.
The GLS adds roof rails and five-spoke alloy wheels, air conditioning with separate controls for the rear of the cabin and cruise control. The CDX package includes DVD-base turn-by-turn satellite navigation with Electronic Traffic Avoidance (ETA), rear darkened privacy glass and front and rear sunroofs. Leather upholstery is now an option for both eight and seven-seat models.
On the road prices remain unchanged, as do insurance groupings of 11E for petrol models and 12E for D-4D diesels.
Toyota Previa on the road prices:
|2.4 GS Manual||£19,955||Eight seats|
|2.4 GS Automatic||£21,455||Eight seats|
|2.0 D-4D GS Manual||£21,455||Eight seats|
|2.0 D-4D GLS Manual||£22,955||Seven or eight seats|
|2.4 GLS Automatic||£22,955||Seven or eight seats|
|2.4 CDX Automatic||£24,455||Seven seats|
|2.0 D-4D CDX Manual||£24,455||Seven seats|
Toyota’s pan-European three-year/60,000-mile mechanical warranty and 12-year corrosion perforation warranty protect the Previa. The bodywork is covered by a three-year paint warranty.Published 17 June 2003