We love this minivan. It is built on a
camry chasis, and rides more like a
Nice, smooth ride, good gas
consumption, power sliding door is
The only improvements we might suggest
have been made in the current year.
The rear seats now fold down, which
means you don't have to remove them
completely (not hard to do, but
unneccesary). The current model is a
bit wider, and perhaps a bit longer,
which cannot hurt.
Not as good as other Toyotas. Several
design issues and problems: huge
turning radius, not designed for 2
child seat tethers in the second row,
CD player quit, passenger window fell
off track, rust starting on the hood.
It's an ok van, but I don't know why
it is usually rated so high. Toyota
could have and should have done better.
The Sienna van was our first newly
purchased vehicle since we got married
in 1987 and it was money well spent.The
accessability into the van made it a
nice change from having to crawl in and
out of the seats. Everything for the
driver is at your finger tips and the
adaptability to the controls was
easy.My wife and I think the gas
mileage could be better but for the
size of the vehicle and motor it is
comprable to other vans.
The comfortable seats and sound system
make it an enjoyable ride on long trips
not to mention the roominess for our
A more efficient motor and hidaway
seats in the very back.Other than that
I would'nt change a thing.
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