Our 2003 Sienna has met and exceeded
our expectations for comfort, style,
(yes even in a mini-van), fuel economy
and user friendly options. The low
tire pressure indicator system recently
saved us from being stranded on the
side of the road as it alarmed while we
still had a good margin of safety, and
air pressure, in our slowly deflating
tire. After doing a quick walk around
I couldn't immediately see any problem
with any of the tires but upon closer
examination I found a screw imbeded in
our right rear tire. After repairing
the alarm reset itself. We also love
the fold down or recline capability of
all of the rear seats.
Good visibility from any of the three
seating areas and 20+ miles per gallon
using regular fuel.
When making a rapid acceleration there
is a slight amount of "torque steering"
due to the front wheel drive system.
Not bad or excessive.
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