2011 Toyota Sienna Limited 7-Passenger 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 6A)
Always wanted a minivan for yrs, w/its unmatched sliding doors, spacious 3rd row seating, cargo room. Traded in wife's sedan, and she's now a believer and agreed that should have bought the van yrs before. Even the toddlers love the van and want to play in it. The Limited FWD looks sharp (grill is just like Venza/Avalon),has great suspension and ride is very comfortable (between Lexux ES350 and Highlander) w/low wind noise. Brake feels solid. Making U-turn w/o problem, and can back up easily w/the back up camera and parking sensor. It has pretty much all the gadgets the ES350 has and more. All 4 windows go up/down with one touch button. Love the sunshade on 2nd row (to protect the kids).
Keyless entry and start;well illuminated dashboard/overhead switches.Many switches for opening/closing sliding doors.Excellent backup camera with crossing lines on monitor.Power 3rd row. Bluetooth. Electrochromatic side mirrors that automatically fold in (great for tight garage). Lots of cup holders.
More seating adjustment options for front passenger (with added passenger memorized seating). Ventilated driver/front passenger seats. (This car cost more than the ES 350 for crying out loud). Better fuel economy (I average about 17.7 MPG with 60% local and 40% HWY).
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