After spotting ongoing demand, Toyota Signature Class has added the Wish seven-seat MPV to its regular line-up
May 28, 2007, 9am. After spotting ongoing demand, Toyota Signature Class has added the Wish seven-seat MPV to its regular line-up.
However, a spokesman said supply would be regulated by how many were available on the Japanese used car market.
A big success in Japan, the Wish has been in production since 2003 as a minivan and MPV, positioned slightly above the Spacio, which was once sold here as a new vehicle.
Toyota New Zealand sees the 2.0-litre five-door Wish as complementary to the full-sized Previa MPV.
The vehicle's specification includes automatic air-conditioning, CD player, power windows, remote door-locking and split rear seats that fold to provide a completely flat floor.
Also on the list are anti-lock braking, driver and passenger airbags and traction control.