Used Toyota Picnic cars for sale
motors.co.uk currently have 3 used Toyota Picnic cars for sale
About Toyota Picnic cars on motors.co.uk
- Most popular ColourBlue
- Most popular fuel typePetrol
- Average Power delivery106 BHP
- Average fuel economy32 MPG
- Average price£2,160
- Average mileage92,140
Air Conditioned, Electric Windows and Mirrors, Central Locking, Alarm, Immboliser, Radio and CD Player + Stalk Controls, Front Fog Lamps, Roof Rails
1 Registered Keeper, 2001 Y reg TOYOTA PICNIC 2.0 SE 5dr Auto, Automatic, Estate, Petrol, 73,000 miles. Metallic BLUE, Experian auto check clear, F...
The Toyota Picnic is a mid size MPV with 7 seats that sits just below the Previa in the Japanese automaker’s line up. Affordable, reliable and pleasing to drive, it’s a fantastic option for families who need something bigger than an estate, but don’t want the bulk of a full size people carrier.
An auto with a substantial list of names in various markets around the world, the Picnic was produced between 1995 and 2001. Although the range continued until 2009, it was under a different name- the Avensis Verso. With the option of several different engines, including a 2.0 litre petrol and a 2.2 litre turbo diesel, the Toyota delivered solid performance while remaining economical in terms of fuel.
There’s not much to suggest it’s anything but a regular MPV on the design front, but some interesting two tone colour schemes and frowning lines on the bonnet give it a bit of character. The inside is hugely spacious, and 7 passengers can get in and be at ease. While the rear seats are removable, boot space does suffer when everything is in place. Numerous trim levels, including GS, GL, GX and GLS, are solidly equipped, and the cockpit is intuitive and functionally designed.
Some strong engineering and quite a low centre of gravity means the Picnic holds the road very well, and the ride is capable on even the worst surfaces. Predictable steering means it’s easy to drive, and the fact it isn’t overly huge makes for straightforward parking. The engines aren’t the biggest, but they’ll get you there without causing a fuss, and don’t drink fuel like it’s going out of fashion.
Having been replaced with newer models some time ago, finding a cheap second hand Toyota Picnic should be simple to do. Shopping at Motors.co.uk makes your task even easier thanks to a monstrous collection of used cars for sale, mind boggling price discounts and an approach to quality that sees only the best autos being listed. You’ll pay considerably less and get an excellent family car at the end.
Look, while the Toyota Picnic isn’t the best looking, fastest or most rewarding car to drive, it does offer an undemanding approach to family motoring that’s great to use on a daily basis. With great interior space and comfort, doing the shopping or taking the kids to school couldn’t be more hassle free.