I bought the Sienna after two
successive mediocreChrysler minivans.
I wanted a reliable vehicle, and the
Sienna has been a success in that
area. Ergonomically, the Sienna is
poor at best - not enough adjustment in
the tilt wheel and power seat, radio in
a poor location, controls on steering
wheel in poor locations. The finish
work on the leather armrest was poor,
and the van continues to have many
rattles unless full loaded. In fact, I
think I've just talked myself out of
buying it out at the end of the lease.
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