National Geographic : 1993 Nov
To Its Long List Of Safety Firsts, The Toyota Previa Now Proudly Adds A Second. The Toyota Previa was the first minivan in America to meet all Passenger Car Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards*Then it became the first to do so with an air bag. In fact, last year it was still the only one. But now, that's no longer true. Because now, Previa no longer has just an airbag. It has two. The 1994 Toyota Previa. With driver- and passenger side air bags" standard. Plus a host of other standard safety features and available Anti-lock Brakes (ABS). Remember, too, that out of all the compact vans sold in the U.S., Previa was the one ranked Best in Initial Qualityt by its owners. Toyota Previa. Isn't this the one you really want? ® TOYOTA Previa "I love what you do for me." Call 1-800 -GO-TOYOTA if you'd like a Previa brochure and the location of your nearest dealer. 'Except LE model with optional privacy glass due to window tinting. "Always use your seatbelt. Dual air bags are a supplemental restraint system (SRS). Do not use rear-facing child seat in front passengers seat.The force of the deploying air bag SRS may cause injury. Please see the Owner's Manual for instruction on child seat usage. tJ.D . Power and Associates 1993 Initial Quality Study' Study based on 11,719consumer responses indicating owner-reported problems during the first 90 days of ownership. Includes compact van owner responses. Buckle Up! Do it for those who love you. ©1993 Toyota Motor Sales, US.A.,Inc.
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