2012 toyota sienna review




2012 toyota sienna review

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  • Motor Trend reviews the Toyota Sienna where consumers can find detailed information on specs, fuel economy, transmission and safety. Find local

    There are 62 reviews for the Toyota Sienna, click through to see what your fellow consumers are saying.

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    It's not as flexible as some minivans, but the Toyota Sienna is large, safe, and still has options for four-cylinder power and all-wheel drive.

    2012 toyota sienna review

    2012 toyota sienna review

    Our other vehicle was a Nissan Xterra, and it was soon discovered that it was too small for two car seats. I bought my Sienna XLE new. Read all Toyota Sienna reviews. My kids love watching the 16 inch dvd.

    2012 toyota sienna review

    2012 toyota sienna review

    2012 toyota sienna review

    2012 toyota sienna review

    2012 toyota sienna review

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    Our Town and Country was starting to act up at 60k miles and the warranty was up so it was sold for a small commuter car. Our other vehicle was a Nissan Xterra, and it was soon discovered that it was too small for two car seats. We decided to replace the Xterra with a new minivan. We chose to go with the Toyota because it was the only minivan offering AWD, since Chrysler dropped the option.

    To keep the cost of the van with in reason we didn't get the xle. Looking back I would have paid the extra money and bought the leather and power rear gate. The interior is light in color but it cleans very easily, and has been wearing well.

    2012 toyota sienna review

    We have two kids, but often have three or four kids, and carseats, in the vehicle. Our van has the v6 and awd and it is very powerful and comfortable to travel in. We take a few mile plus trips every year in all different types of weather including icy and snowy conditions and this van has handled every condition with confidence.

    We have owned the van now for two and a half years and plan on owning it for many more to come. Your feedback has been sent to Cars. This is a very nice vehicle. It has been reliable thus far I have only owned it for 2 months. It is a pleasure to drive most of the time. Nice and quiet compared to our old Chevy Venture.

    2012 toyota sienna review

    Actually this thing is quite wonderful compared to the Chevy in most instances. The seats are comfortable and quite adjustable. The engine has plenty of power.

    It gets good fuel economy for an AWD van. It drives nicely and corners pretty well. The suspension is not mushy like our old van. It's a good reliable grocery getter and kid hauler. Vehicle price is a bit high. The interior design could be better. I absolutely hate all the chrome trim on the dash, cluster and center console.

    Sure it looks pretty, but it acts as a mirror to reflect the sun right into my eyes and blinds me. Another thing I really don't like is the radio controls layout. The passenger side radio knob is not placed close to the driver at all.

    2012 toyota sienna review

    Yes there are controls on the steering wheel for basic stuff, but sometimes you need to use the other controls. Makes it difficult to stay in my own lane when I am reaching to the other side of the car to twist a knob that should have been placed within easy reach.

    The engine is powerful and I can pass cars with ease but the throttle response due to "drive by wire" is sluggish. So if you ever need to get out of the way quickly, you may need more warning than you get. Same with the transmission programming. It was rudimentary at best when we first got the car, but it seems to be getting better at judging what I want it to do. The Chevy had much better throttle response and transmission programming but a lot less power. This car constantly shifts back and forth when climbing long hills instead of holding the lower gear.



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