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2009 Toyota Sienna
The Sienna is Toyota's venerable minivan.
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"Wish it lasted better" by SheepPharmer from Culpeper on 12/21/2011. Trim: 2004 Toyota Sienna LE - 8 Passenger, Owned 6 years.
Pros: This is a quiet, easy handling vehicle (compared to the Fords and Chevys that I have owned). I love the seats that disappear in the back, freeing up a lot of space in the back. Excellent heat and a/c throughout the vehicle, love the tinted windows, good sound. I really liked this car because it drives like a sedan and is very comfortable, but it has some serious problems. I like the well-lite front dashboard and easy to use consule. The windshield wipers are easy to use and the cruise control is great.
Cons: Ok, where do I start? First the side door handle broke off and I couldn't use that door, so I was only able to use the automatic side door. Then, the motor/lock failed and it cost me $700 to repair. Only a year and a half later, it broke again (this time it was the cable). The spare is located under the passenger side directly under the side door. When I got a flat, on that side, I couldn't get to it, and neither could the dealer that I had to call. The front brakes lock up and I slide into stops many times. The rear wheels spin on just about any semi-slippery pavement. The arm rest on the driver's side is too low and worthless.
Overall review: I want to like this car and I love most Toyota brands, however, I have had some difficulties with this vehicle. Would I buy another one? Probably, but I would know its weak spots and I would test drive it very closely. I was disappointed that my Toyota dealer just blew me off about the side door problems. I have 4 children and there have been many times, where I had no way of getting them in or out of the vehicle except through the front seat! Talk about a safety issue! I bought this vehicle with only 24,000 miles on it and the driver's side side door handle broke off (yes, literally come off!) just after it came off of warranty (3 years). I live on a dirt/gravel road that gets high water, and if you drive it through a deep puddle the power goes way down (light dim, a/c slows down, etc) for several hundred feet after you get through the puddle. However, except for the sliding issue in the front and rear tires, I will say that it goes through just about anything!
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