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2010 Toyota Sienna Minivan LE 7-Passenger 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
I'm a manufacturer rep of engine management and fuel delivery systems for NAPA Auto Parts.
I easily travel 40,000 miles annually and drive a 2010 Sienna.
It currently has 115,000 miles on it and it's one of the most bullet proof vehicles I've ever had.
At well over 100,000 miles I've kept up on the maintenance which has been almost nothing and it's still going strong.
To date the only maintenance the van has required has been oil changes, a few sets of tires, and a couple of brake jobs.
I've also flushed the power steering and transmission.
It just doesn't really need a lot of maintenance and continues to run strong.
The spark plugs are original and still look amazing.
As a traveling rep with all kind of product the massive amount of cargo space when you fold the seats down or even remove the middle seats is awesome. I always have the room I need to haul my stuff. I also have two kids and when we travel as a family is has more than enough room. The seats are comfortable and provide a comfortable driving position. That's important when I spend so much time in the drivers seat.
My Sienna seems to emit a lot of road noise and compared to Honda Odyssey of the same year, the interior is very dated. Other than that, it's a great van.
2010 Toyota Sienna Minivan Limited 7-Passenger 4dr Minivan AWD (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
Our sienna is a great car we enjoy it on trips the gps is a big help, had a little trouble finding a sat tuner for the radio but had one installed and it works well. The biggest draw back to this car is the flat free tires. They are not flat free the light is on more than off. There is not a Dunlap tire dealer in our area so we are left to the mercy of others. The local Toyota dealer is not helpful. I would buy regular tires for the car but they did not build a place for the spare, pretty stupid who ever heard of a car without a spare.
suspension, handling, bluetooth, mileage,
put in a spare tire and forget the flat free tires, that are not flat free
2010 Toyota Sienna Minivan LE 8-Passenger 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
Bought Certified used. Good car. Comfortable ride. Like flexible seating positions in 8 pass.
Big engine, window tint,Flexible seating, 14 cup + bottle holders, lots of storage,Cruise control, Optitron Meters,reclining seats.
+ fuel econ., Better drivers seat,
2010 Toyota Sienna Minivan XLE 7-Passenger 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
This vehicle has been more than I expected. Mileage has been terrific on the highway. 27 mpg at 70 mph; 23- 25 mpg at 80 mph. Engine has great power. Van is very quiet and smooth. Seats are very comfortable. Would recommend the upgraded radio/cd player with bluetooth. The added on bluetooth by Toyota is just so-so.
Highway mileage; ride, quietness, powerful engine for a van.
Ability to shut off center vents. Front controls for the rear A/C system.
2010 Toyota Sienna Minivan XLE 7-Passenger 4dr Minivan AWD (3.5L 6cyl 5A)
Wanted a lower trim model but was boxed into the XLE to get AWD (they have an LE AWD but good luck finding one). Got the van for mostly short haul driving and occasional longer trips with the dogs. After a year, getting about 19 MPG average (mostly city) but get 23 MPG on highway trips. Ride is just fine for what it is, and it handles better than most of the other vans. NAV system is beyond awful, but I just use my Garmin instead. Will likely never use the DVD player. Backup camera is a nice feature. Runflat tires on the AWD haven't given long term issues yet, but paying $260 for a flat will grow old real quick.
Handling, Backup camera, Dual-Side Sliders.
NAV system that isn't 5+ years behind the times, AWD availability on more models, a way to avoid the run-flat tires on the AWD model.