This is the kind of odometer reading that you'll see only on diesel Mercedes-Benzes and boring Toyotas. Did something mechanical finally give out, or did the interior get just a bit too stanky? We'll never know.
It appears that this van's final duties involved hauling landscaping waste.
The Previa All-Trac shared a lot of features with high-dollar supercars of its era, including a mid-mounted engine, sophisticated all-wheel-drive system, and a belt-driven, intercooled supercharger.
The engine is mounted under the front seats, laid on its side with the cylinders oriented horizontally, and the supercharger and other accessories are located up by the grille and driven by a shaft from the engine.
These vans weren't made for maniacal off-road thrashing, but they were very competent in low-traction situations.
In the Previa's homeland, it was known as the Estima.