2011 Toyota Sienna LE 8-Passenger 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 6A)
It rained last night. The roof was wet. I needed to roll down the drivers side window to see. The water from the roof poured directly into the car. The controls for the power windows got very wet. To make it worse each window control sits on top of a small well that holds the water and assures that it drains into the window control mechanism.
The interior side of the front doors seem flimsy. I am tall and my left knee pushes against the protrusion that holds the window controls. I see it flexing each time my left leg moves. I am concerned that the flimsy plastic that makes up the interior door will eventually crack after repeated exposures to my left leg pushing against it.
I like the 180 rear view camera used for backing up.
I like the middle seats ability to slide back. This really helps when you have several tall people in the car.
I wish they had a camera for the front. It is impossible to see how close you are to the car or curb in front of you when trying to park.
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