We traded our 1995 Camry for a Sienna because we wanted something bigger for my wife and two kids. We liked the Honda Odyssey but the dealers wouldn't bargain. The Sienna body style was changing and we picked up one of the last '03 Symphony models. The car had no problems for 20k except for brake squeal, then the OEM Dunlop tires wore out. At 30k a noise developed in the steering, power door was stuck open, and now at 35k there is an oil leak. The Toyota dealer could not fix the suspension problem after three visits and then said the noise was normal. Overall it has been reliable, but has had more mechanical problems than we expected.
Powerful and smooth drivetrain; good engine power and fuel economy; upgraded JBL stereo; simple dash layout; easy to read gauges; low tire pressure indicator.
Driver's seat could go back another 2 inches; fix squeaky brakes; better OEM tires; outside temperature gauge.
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