My husband got this van as a "whole
family" present during Christmas. I
got to drive the Sienna during
Christmas Day while there was barely
any traffic and I must say that it's
ride is smooth and very car-like.
(This is my first minivan since our
Camry & ES300). Steering is tight and
performance is pretty good. Fuel
economy suprised us when is was up to
28MPG. Pretty good for a large car. I
loved how luxurious the car was.
Overall, It's the best minivan I've
Power sliding side doors, GPS
Navigation System, DVD Player, Power
liftgate, Laser-Guided Cruise Control,
HID Lights, Park-Assist Sonar System,
and the Luxurious Interior.
Power passenger seat & memory system
for driver.....otherwise, this car is
2004 Toyota Sienna Minivan LE 8-Passenger Fwd 4dr Minivan (3.3L 6cyl 5A)
We are expanding to three kids and
loved the ability to get three kids in
the second row, fold in the third row,
and have TONS of cargo space! I find
it drives very much like a car, not a
truck. It is quite easy to get kids
into/out of the van; even my 2 year old
can get himself up into the van
unassissted. We also opted for the
safety package which gave us traction
control, stability control, EBD, etc.
Drives great in the snow w/o AWD.
Room, drives like a car, plenty of
inside storage space, much better gas
mileage than competitors. Tumble
forward seats in all three second row
positions makes it very easy to get to
I owned a RX300. I feel like driving
the same car. Except, this one is
bigger and heavier. Of course, RX is
more powerful because it is 1000
pounds less than the Sienna. Anyway,
my kids love it verrrry much! Very
interior. quiet and smooth drive. esp.
turning corners. I always turn too
fast around corners, but this car
could handle my problems pretty well.
prefer center console build like RX300
with drawers instead of flip open.
Power off button at the end of the
back door. So, I could open it in my
garage manually. Little more tighter
brake and steering.