Hooniverse Weekend Edition – Could any of these Vans be considered…

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Toyota Master Ace Surf

Hooniverse Weekend Edition – any of these Vans be considered Crossovers?

Welcometo the Sunday of the Hooniverse Crossover Controversy With the pending death of two Crossovers, and the fact that category is growing ever with each passing I was wondering if any of these particular could ever have the label attached to them. they are vans, but the crossover is to combine the passenger room of a with the all wheel drive of a conventional SUV. Therefore, I to you some of the Vans of the past are really early pioneering

Once again, let’s with a Toyota, this it’s the Master Ace Van, was simply called the Toyota Van introduced in North America in The 4WD versions were introduced two later, but were rather lived here as they discontinued after 1989. The wheel drive models with skid plates and a case for low and high four-wheel making these trucks off-road capable vehicles. called the passenger versions the in the states, and the “LE” versions very well equipped, an ice maker/refrigerator between the front dual air conditioning, captains dual sunroofs (the tilted and rear opened and more.

Canadian Markets received a EXPO86 version. The 1986 model was finished in a unique blue color with a wave pattern on the lower A unique bronze colored was affixed to the B-pillar behind the and passengers doors that “Spirit of 86″ inside a globe. The of the world received the Master Ace which included a raised section, which contained 6 windows. The Master Ace was replaced by the Toyota Previa in 1990.

Toyota Master Ace Surf

of the Previa, this egg shaped van was in the United States between and 1997. The Previa was also in an All Wheel Drive variant Toyota called All-Trac, but it have the off-road capability the Ace 4WD did. This was a Mid-Engined which constrained the size of the plant, offering only the 2TZ-FE I4 that produced 135HP. Later Previas be equipped with the Supercharged of this engine, with a bump of 25HP (to 160). the rest of the world continued to the Previa, this multipurpose van was no longer offered after the model year in North It

was replaced with the US produced which was basically a Camry

A European Crossover of sorts its way to the US in limited numbers, and that was the Vanagon Syncro. This was a 4WD of the Volkswagen Type 2 (T3) by the Austrian firm Steyr-Daimler-Puch. such a short wheelbase, the 4WD achieved a 48/52 front/rear distribution. These conversions only available within the US 1985 through 1991. The used for these variants was the 2.1 L used until the end of Vanagon into the US in 1991. This used a more advanced management system known as “Digifant I” which now digitally ignition timing as well as delivery. It produced 95HP by time.

There were other 4WD that were on the market, several versions of the Chrysler #038; Country (Plymouth Voyager, and Dodge Grand and the GM vans including the Chevrolet Pontiac Montana, Oldsmobile and later versions of the uglified in the form of the Chevrolet Uplander, Montana SV6, Buick and the Saturn Relay. All of them are forgettable, as the 4WD systems were not at all and ground clearance was never the way the current crossovers are.

Toyota Master Ace Surf
Toyota Master Ace Surf
Toyota Master Ace Surf

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