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Just picked up a very good condition 2006 D4D Previa T Spirit. Was looking for a something about 4 years newer, but nothing was in good condition.
Hoping its as reliable as my previous Toyotas.

 

 

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Welcome Nick...looks nice....and you wouldn't have got anything newer than the one you've bought..at least not a Previa..you would have had to go for the Estima import...

Enjoy..the Previa/Estima are fabulous vehicles.

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YeP, looks good externally, I presume it’s good elsewhere too.  How many miles?

and welcome to Toyota Owners Club

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15 hours ago, NGRhodes said:

Just picked up a very good condition 2006 D4D Previa T Spirit. Was looking for a something about 4 years newer, but nothing was in good condition.
Hoping its as reliable as my previous Toyotas.

 

 

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The car looks to be in great condition, and looks well cared for. The headlight lenses look a bit cloudy but it’s an easy fix.

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Thanks everyone.

I was also looking at Sedonas and Galaxy/Sharan/Alhambras.
Its really good inside, leather seats are in great condition, 2 owners, has 113K miles on the clock with FSH (Toyota upto 80k), 2 cam belt changes, aux belts and pulley change does earlier this year.
Lens are a bit cloudy, they are much better after a polish.

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1 hour ago, NGRhodes said:

Thanks everyone.

I was also looking at Sedonas and Galaxy/Sharan/Alhambras.
Its really good inside, leather seats are in great condition, 2 owners, has 113K miles on the clock with FSH (Toyota upto 80k), 2 cam belt changes, aux belts and pulley change does earlier this year.
Lens are a bit cloudy, they are much better after a polish.

You can make up your own lens cleansing paste from baking soda and toothpaste and a good scrubbing with that and a good polish will do the job. Only drawback is that you may have to do it again after a period of time passes.

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On 8/31/2021 at 6:02 PM, Bernard Foy said:

You can make up your own lens cleansing paste from baking soda and toothpaste and a good scrubbing with that and a good polish will do the job. Only drawback is that you may have to do it again after a period of time passes.

This weekend I had time to touch up some stone chips and scratches and polish out some scratch with T Cut scratch remover, I also did the headlights, came up really well...

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