2015 Toyota Sienna
36,165 Miles | Walnut Creek, CA
$27,500
Est $396/mo

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2015 Toyota Sienna
40,835 Miles | Walnut Creek, CA
$25,000
Est $360/mo

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2015 Toyota Sienna
31,888 Miles | Walnut Creek, CA
$26,500
Est $382/mo

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2015 Toyota Sienna
34,441 Miles | Walnut Creek, CA
$25,000
Est $360/mo

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2015 Toyota Sienna
48,907 Miles | Walnut Creek, CA
$26,000
Est $375/mo

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2013 Toyota Sienna
50,867 Miles | Walnut Creek, CA
$23,900
Est $344/mo

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2015 Toyota Sienna
16,852 Miles | Irvine, CA
$23,527
Est $339/mo

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2008 Toyota Sienna
169,955 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$5,255
Est $76/mo

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2017 Toyota Sienna
49,996 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$20,655
Est $298/mo

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2012 Toyota Sienna
59,478 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$15,755
Est $227/mo

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2015 Toyota Sienna
57,585 Miles | Des Plaines, IL
$17,755
Est $256/mo

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2015 Toyota Sienna
19,298 Miles | North Lauderdale, FL
$17,999
Est $259/mo

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2017 Toyota Sienna
36,772 Miles | West Palm Beach, FL
$25,999
Est $375/mo

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2017 Toyota Sienna
4,230 Miles | North Lauderdale, FL
$28,999
Est $418/mo

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2015 Toyota Sienna
34,027 Miles | Orlando, FL
$20,899
Est $301/mo

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2017 Toyota Sienna
47,673 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$19,499
Est $281/mo

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2014 Toyota Sienna
32,414 Miles | Miami, FL
$19,299
Est $278/mo

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2014 Toyota Sienna
46,007 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$18,799
Est $271/mo

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2015 Toyota Sienna
30,337 Miles | Miami, FL
$18,399
Est $265/mo

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2015 Toyota Sienna
41,348 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$18,299
Est $264/mo

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Toyota Sienna Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.6
151 Reviews
Overall
4.6
Value
4.5
Performance
4.0
Style
3.9
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
4.5

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2000 Toyota Sienna - Best vehicle ever

RB
Davie, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
I have a beige 2000 Toyota Sienna. I love my car very much. It is over 15 years old and has over 200,000 miles on it. It has been in my life since I was 8 and it has driven all throughout Florida multiple times. From Cooper City to Tallahassee or Orlando or Tampa or St Petersburg, it has always been great. It has also gone all the way to New York. It has had some problems in its later years but I feel like considering all that it's been through, it's really been a great car to have. Even though I did not purchase this car myself, if I had to go back in time and make the decision, I would choose for my family to purchase it again.
Story
My favorite memories in this car were driving to Disney with my mom, dad, and two sisters when I was little. The car was nice and big so it always felt cozy and comfy!
Pros
I love the amount of space which means I can carry a lot of passengers or a lot of cargo. I have been able to move all of my things using this vehicle several times. In fact, because the seats fold down, it makes it really easy to fit things in (even a mattress!) I love the comfort of driving it because I am short and being higher up is always better. It also drives really smoothly. Additionally, it has a power door which is really convenient when you have your hands full and need to get the door open. I feel like all in all, the vehicle has paid for itself over the years.
Cons
Although there are very few things I dislike about the vehicle, I have had a few problems with it. Firstly, the air conditioning started to work not so well. The next thing to go was the power steering fluid pump. When that had to be replaced, the rack and pinion also had to be replaced because it was so "gunked up". I have since had another problem with the power steering fluid pump leaking. And lately, I have been having radiator problems. My car overheated and we realized the radiator was cracked and needed to be replaced. Considering how long it had been in there, I wasn't too surprise... (more)

2000 Toyota Sienna - Sienna handles the long, hard road

Dawn
Louisville, Colorado
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
My Toyota Sienna is a workhorse with over 200,000 miles on it. This minivan was obviously built to last for many years. As long as I keep up with regular maintenance, it continues to start each day and roll on down the highway. It has been in some accidents, and had some neglectful owners, but everything has proven to be fixable. I recently drove from Colorado to northern Washington and back, over mountains, deserts, freeways and gravel roads, and my Sienna did not fail. It's a vehicle I can rely on and feel safe in.
Story
I drove my Sienna to the Pawnee National Wildlife Refuge to look at prairie birds. While on a dirt road, a sudden thunderstorm occurred, which buffeted us with high winds and hail. We parked and watched the clouds and lightning roll across the plains, wondering if we would see Dorothy and Toto ride by on a bicycle. After the storm passed, the road was muddy and slippery, and I worried about ge... (more)
Pros
The best things about the Sienna are: It handles well, even after 200,000 miles It has good acceleration The driver's seat is comfortable, up high, not too big, and very adjustable Mechanics like it -- repairs and maintenance are easy to get done Pretty good gas mileage Plenty of cupholders
Cons
The placement of the radio and radio controls are too low down on the control panel area. This makes it hard to see the station and the buttons while driving.

2006 Toyota Sienna - Space for the entire family.

Sienna Owner
Kansas City, Missouri
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
This vehicle has honestly been the best cars we ever had. We had been in the look out for the perfect family vehicle after the birth of my twins. There are 3 rows of seats. Fitting a total of 7 people. The space between all the rows makes it perfect especially for long road trip and avoid the children annoying each other by kicking the back of the seats. We also have 2 teenage girls, and one of the best features is all the connections to charge your cell phone or electronic device. Another thing I love about this van is the fact that all the seats in the middle and back row fold completely. Making it perfect for moving, or when you need the space. It transforms to your needs. Gas mileage is great. I work about 30 minutes away from home, with the back and forth drive, I only fill up onc... (more)
Story
Cruising with my teenagers, they love playing music, singing in the car and just being silly and having fun. We like going to the mall, which is about a 30 min drive from us and during our drive we will connect our phones to the speakers of the van through a cable and play YouTube. One of my teenagers usually plays DJ and we have her pick songs for us to drive, listen and sing to.
Pros
The space between the 3 rows of seats. The fact that all the back seats fold completely, perfect for moving Lots of space in the trunk. Deep & spacious. The sunroof. Gas mileage. Access to charge your phone throughout vehicle. Multiple cup holders throughout van. Perfect for road trips. Back has its own controllable A/C and heat. Top built-in bike rails.
Cons
No auto started. Outdated radio/CD. Wish it had built in DVD players for the back seats. No heated seats. Cloth interior, hard to keep clean.

Toyota Sienna Generations

The Toyota Sienna is a minivan made for the North American market. It is built on a revised Camry platform, and its predecessor was the Toyota Previa. It competes against the Honda Odyssey and the Chrysler Pacifica. Most models are front-wheel-drive but it is the only minivan on the market to offer optional all-wheel-drive.

2011 – Present (Third Generation) XL30

The Toyota Sienna was redesigned for the 2011 model year and featured five trim levels: base, LE, XLE, Limited and the SE trim. The SE trim was a sportier edition with clear taillights, 19-inch wheels, firmer suspension and retuned steering.

This generation started with the 3.5-liter, 266-horsepower V6 as the previous generation. It came with an optional tow package with a rating of 3,500 pounds.

Optional all-wheel-drive was available with the LE, XLE and Limited trims. Two-wheel-drive V6 models were rated at 18 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the highway, while AWD models got 16 mpg in the city and 22 mpg on the highway.

New for this generation was the availability of a 2.7-liter, four-cylinder engine in the base model. Four-cylinder models were rated at 19 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the highway.

New safety features available on all models included a backup camera with a 180-degree panoramic view, pre-collision system, safety connect, auto high beam dimmer and an advanced stability control system.

Though this generation has had a long lifespan, Toyota has continually upgraded it to keep up with its peers.

In 2012, Toyota's Entune infotainment system was added. By 2013, the four-cylinder engine was discontinued.

In 2015, a minor exterior refresh happened with new taillight and interior designs. Toyota also added three new colors in this year, including a pearl blue, metallic black and a metallic cream color.

In 2017, Toyota gave the Sienna a healthy mechanical upgrade, replacing the six-speed automatic transmission with an eight-speed and upgrading the V6 engine to add direct injection and a total output of 296 horsepower.

In 2018, the automaker gave the Sienna yet another mild facelift that included a new front grille and extra technology inside.

In 2019, AWD became available for the SE trim and the FWD Limited trim was discontinued.

2004 – 2010 (Second Generation) XL20

The second generation began in the 2004 model year.

It featured an updated, 3.3-liter V6 engine with a five-speed automatic transmission. The shifter was moved to the center console from its original position on the steering column.

Eight-passenger seating was optional on the lowest trims and the seats in the third row folded flat to allow for a larger cargo area.

This generation came in CE, LE and XLE trim levels again.

The XLE trim was defined on the exterior by a horizontal chrome bar over the rear license plate. The base CE featured black trim there and smaller wheels, and the LE had trim the same color as its body.

Sienna models between 2004 and 2007 included a factory tow package and 3,500-pound towing capacity.

All-wheel-drive was optional on the higher trims, and it featured run-flat tires.

Fuel economy for this generation was 17 mpg in the city and 23 mpg on the highway for the FWD models. AWD models managed 16 mpg in the city and 22 on the highway.

Standard safety features were again top in its class and included side airbags and traction control. The IIHS again awarded the Sienna a 'Good' score in all categories from the 2006 model on.

There were a few mid-generation changes, with the most notable being a new 3.5-liter, V6 engine with 266 horsepower for 2007 and vehicle stability control becoming standard across trims for 2008.

1998 – 2003 (First Generation) XL10

The first generation of Sienna was launched for the 1998 model year to replace Toyota's previous minivan, the Previa.

Unlike the Previa, the Sienna was front-wheel drive and featured a 3.0-liter V6 engine that put out 194 horsepower. It was paired with a four-speed automatic transmission and built on a revised and extended Camry platform.

There were initially three trim levels: CE, LE and XLE.

CE base models had second-row two passenger bench seats, while the upgraded LE and XLE models had second-row captain's chairs. The upgraded trims also had a standard driver's side sliding door and a roof rack, but these were offered as options on the CE trim.

The XLE trim also had optional features of leather seats and wood trim.

The Sienna was rated as best in its category for gas mileage, getting 16 mpg in the city and 22 mpg on the highway.

The Sienna quickly garnered a good reputation for safety in this generation with optional side airbags and vehicle stability control, which was rare in its class. It was rated 'Good' by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in all crash tests. The only black mark on this generation was an engine oil sludge problem that resulted in a class-action settlement.

In 2001, Toyota gave the Sienna a mid-generation refresh that included front and rear facelifts and a redesigned bumper and grille. The driver's side sliding door also became a standard feature across all trims.

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