Bought my wife a Sienna because she'd
had 3 Chrysler minivans and wore out
multiple transmissions on each. After
odometer hit 30,000 she asked me if why
it hasn't had a recall or been in the
shop yet for anything but oil changes.
Is this normal? - she asked. I
answered smugly - Yes, for a Toyota.
Her Sienna has been all over the
country with ZERO hiccups. Every
Chrysler minivan had been in the shop
at least twice a year and did little to
instill driver confidence for a long
road trip. I figure that we average 27
mpg at 70 mph. Any other minivans want
to try that?
Seats are comfy, engine is quiet &
powerfull (does 85 mph, feels like 50
mph), great gas mileage, buttery
transmission - Drives like a Camry.
Only improvement would be hide-away
rear seat - corrected in 2003 model.
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