The thing that really stands out about
this van is the light and crisp feel
of the steering. I have driven most
makes of minivans and only the
Chrysler vans have come close to the
Toyota Sienna's pleasant driving
experience. I also like the logical
layout in the driver's area - this is
a car that anyone can get into and
drive without much of a learning curve.
I like the way that toyota's steering
wheel mounted cruise control and radio
controls work. The sliding back seats
are full sized - not just for kids.
The defroster is not powerful enough
for wet, snowy weather - side window
defrosters are worthless. Overhead
interior lighting is pretty marginal.
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