2009 Toyota Sienna LE 8-Passenger 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
Went from a 1996 Chrysler Town & Country to a 2009 Toyota Sienna.
It feels like every time I turn around some little thing is breaking.
It just doesn't seem like the quality that I was expecting is there.
Stupid little things bothered me at first.
Things that were on my 1996 I had expected would be standard by 2009.
Memory seats, light in the glove box, turn signal control lights.
As I drive it more things started to break.
Folding seat in the back wont fold.
Power adapter in the rear of the vehicle clips broke and pushed inside the wall, sliding door seal started coming off.
Sliding door sometimes decides not to work.
Thankfully nothing engine wise yet, but I don't have much won't
Power sliding doors
Look at the Town & Country and put the same features in.
Build the car with long term use in mind.
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