Why we LOVE Japanese Vans!

This week we just wanted to go over our JDM 2003 Toyota Alphard in more detail as it’s been a little bit since the last time we featured the van on the channel directly. Let us tell you, we are absolutely in love with Japanese vans!

First of all, the utility of this funny imported van is unbeatable. It has plenty of space for all of our gear, whether we’re going on a road trip or running errands around town. And the power door makes loading and unloading a breeze.

But the utility doesn’t stop there. The interior of the Alphard is also top-notch. The lighting is perfect for late-night drives and the rear seats can be arranged in many different configurations to suit whatever we need. It’s great for hauling people or gear, a combination of both, or even being set up so we can hang out the sides or the back to film all the insane shots that you’re used to seeing here.

And let’s talk about reliability. This van has been a workhorse for us and we have never had any major issues with it. We have complete confidence that it will get us where we need to go, no matter what, because it shares all of its integral mechanical components with the North American market Camry of the same generation.

But perhaps the thing we love most about our Alphard is its unique look. It stands out on the road and always turns heads. It’s not every day you see a 2003 Toyota Alphard cruising down the highway (although they seem to have become a bit more common), and we love being the ones behind the wheel.

Overall, we are just thrilled with our 2003 Toyota Alphard van and can’t recommend it enough. If you’re in the market for a reliable, utility-packed vehicle with a little bit of flair, this is the one for you!

Our latest drop of inventory is live on the website! Lots of goods have sold, but there are still some absolute gems left. All of our branded merchandise is back in stock!

View the drop here: https://bit.ly/3GV3ShJ



Published by Alexander Turnbull

Automotive photojournalist, traveller, blogger, and meme enthusiast. Enjoy car life.

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