2003 Toyota Sienna Consumer Review: Covers the Bases

2003 Toyota Sienna Minivan - Consumer Review

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Covers the Bases
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2003 Toyota Sienna LE 4dr Minivan (3.0L 6cyl 4A)


We owned a 1999 Dodge Caravan before purchasing the 2003 Toyota Sienna Symphony. The Dodge interior was more comfortable and easier to use, but the Toyota is by far more reliable and much safer. I love Toyota reliability, and their pricing is much more competitive when compared to Honda. The 2004 has fixed most of the faults of this van, but there are a couple that bug me. It is very difficult to get into the third row of seats because the second row does not flip up or move easily to create space. There's only one car seat latch in the second row, and it's attached to the floor of the vehicle. The power door cannot be stopped when it's closing. There's too much body lean in turns.

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Reliability. I've easily gotten 200K miles on every Toyota I've owned. Safety - this is one of the safer cars on the road. Price/value - it's cheaper than an Odyssey. It's really hard to beat the combination of reliability, safety, and value you get with this vehicle. Great family vehicle

Worst Features

-Power doors with safety reverse -More child seat anchors - preferably attached to the seat -Easier access to third row seating -The van leans too much in turns -Turning radius is too big, making it difficult to park -Just test drove the 2005, and these problems are fixed in the new models...
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