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2002 Toyota Sienna OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS
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Mount Juliet, Tennessee
Still a great vehicle
I purchased my Toyota Sienna about a year ago. Even though it was about 15 years old, it had low miles and was obviously very well taken care of. I was in need of reliable and inexpensive transportation, and this vehicle checked all the boxes. So far, it has more than lived up to the Toyota reliability reputation. My previous vehicle was a Mercury minivan, but they stopped making that model long enough ago that I couldn't find an exact replacement that was in any kind of decent shape. I was fortunate to find my current vehicle and am growing to love it too.
Gets the job done
The car is decent, but it is terribly outdated. I love that it has cruise control, and it's nice and big, but it doesn't have other up-to-date features since it is from 2002. Its alignment sometimes feels off, and the tires lose pressure often. Also, the seats are ridiculously difficult to take out (in the back). Also, the CD player skips a ton. If I'm going over bumps, I feel them more than I do in most other vehicles and they make the CD skipping even more pronounced. The overall durability of the car is pretty decent. It's from 2002 and has survived multiple cross-country trips, and still seems to be running decently. But I have had to jump start the car before and discovered that there is nothing in the hood to keep the hood open, which is unfortunate as it is very annoying to have to hold it open by hand anytime I try to work on it. The car also seems to handle the cold horribly and tends to slide a lot on ice. The car overall is fine for a vehicle that gets me from one place to another, but really the biggest issue with it is just that it is too darn old.