At a price of well over two million for the top of the line, you might as well take out a housing loan to purchase the Toyota Previa. Which gives us an admittedly complicated but otherwise novel idea—we at FHM will examine this car not like our cousins at Top Gear but with the eye for detail like our sisters at Real Living. And why the hell not? If the luxury minivan’s worth a house then it sure should feel like one.
So in the manner of our desperate real-estate agent selling us a patch of oasis in far-flung Montalban, we shall take you on a tour around the moving house that is the Previa. Trust us, this is quality condo living, not prefabricated government housing.
If you would care to step on to the passenger doors, you’ll see that there are two of them, one on each side. Now, normally you’ll have a door on the suicide part of a van if you purchased a smuggled right-hand drive setup in Subic. No, you can’t have those Japanese rejects. This one’s good and very legal.
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