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Parkers overall rating: 3 out of 5 3.0
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PROS

Affordable estate/MPV hybrid; reliable; nice to drive

CONS

Interior trim looks cheap

Verdict

Toyota has commanded the heavyweight end of the people carrier market with the Previa since the early Nineties, but the Picnic midi-MPV only arrived in 1997. It's a competent car whose six- or seven-seater layouts provide a practical solution for the family that's too big for a medium estate car or a Megane Scenic. It was discontinued in 2001, and now looks dated against current models.

What owners say about this car

A large, 7 seater which is also very comfortable on journeys. Read owner review

Boot space when seats folded down and the amount of people it can hold. Read owner review

6 seats which were accesible without putting seats back. Read owner review

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