2005 Toyota Sienna
171,726 Miles
$7,995

Fridley, MN
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2005 Toyota Sienna
152,140 Miles
$4,405

Punta Gorda, FL
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2005 Toyota Sienna
218,121 Miles
$4,612

Zionsville, IN
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2005 Toyota Sienna
190,992 Miles
$5,900

Eden Prairie, MN
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2005 Toyota Sienna
148,263 Miles
$8,997

Green Bay, WI
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2005 Toyota Sienna
128,254 Miles
$4,993

Inwood, NY
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2005 Toyota Sienna
141,361 Miles
$5,995

Sterling Heights, MI
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2005 Toyota Sienna
184,511 Miles
$5,999

Golden, CO
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2005 Toyota Sienna
149,881 Miles
$5,998

Kellogg, ID
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2005 Toyota Sienna
137,942 Miles
$10,998

Waycross, GA
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2005 Toyota Sienna
145,246 Miles
$6,978

Sacramento, CA
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2005 Toyota Sienna
137,995 Miles
$7,250

Pekin, IL
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2005 Toyota Sienna
132,128 Miles
$5,981

Concord, CA
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2005 Toyota Sienna
132,276 Miles
$5,944

Fern Park, FL
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2005 Toyota Sienna
164,306 Miles
$6,499

Bethlehem, PA
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2005 Toyota Sienna
221,786 Miles
$3,968

Crystal Lake, IL
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2005 Toyota Sienna
217,000 Miles
$6,900

Eugene, OR
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2005 Toyota Sienna
148,267 Miles
$5,700

Hillside, NJ
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2005 Toyota Sienna
158,482 Miles
$4,121

Salt Lake City, UT
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2005 Toyota Sienna
180,518 Miles
$4,540

Florence, KY
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2005 Toyota Sienna Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
4.5
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
2.5
Reliability
4.5

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2005 Toyota Sienna - Reliable & Roomy

Becky
Watseka, Illinois
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
We bought this vehicle when I was pregnant with my first child. I dreaded the thought of being a minivan mom, as I was still in my 20s at the time. We had a Honda Passport SUV for driving to work, and an old Ford cargo van for house projects. We decided to trade in those two vehicles and buy the Sienna because we needed a car that was safe for our baby but spacious enough to haul 4x8 sheets of plywood and drywall. Now I wonder why I didn't buy a Sienna sooner! It's so spacious and comfortable on the inside, but has the turn radius of the little Toyota Corolla I drove in college. I finally understand why so many moms drive minivans. The back passenger-side power door is great when I'm lugging around a car seat. The placement of the middle row of seats is adjustable, so our car seat ca... (more)
Story
We drove our Sienna out to Indiana Dunes the other day. There was enough space for our family to change clothes in the back (it has tinted windows) since the bathrooms there are gross.
Pros
The back seats fold flat, and the middle seats can be removed easily. Several 4x8 sheets of drywall and plywood can fit flat in the space. The middle seats can be moved to the center of the vehicle (so the two seats are together, instead of leaving a space between them). We put our car seat in the center to keep our baby safe. SO MANY CUP HOLDERS! Handles well. Smooth and quiet. Small turn radius. Runs forever. 143,000 Miles and counting! Better gas mileage than my old SUV.
Cons
There are lots of them on the road. It's difficult to find in a parking lot. The locking glove box is currently broken. On the bright side, no one can steal our GPS. On the downside, we can't use it either.

2005 Toyota Sienna - A great family car

Emma
Walnut Creek, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
I have owned an eight-seater Toyota minivan since 2005 after buying it new. I initially leased the van and then purchased it through financing once the lease was up. I did not drive the car as a commuter car at the time and did not put a lot of miles on it. The best thing about the van was to drive my kids to and from school and all their adventures. At the time I bought the car, they were ages one through seven. Now, 13 years later, it has seen one off through college, and even the youngest is getting ready to enter high school. I know of no other car that take them and their friends everywhere they wanted to go. I have a hard time thinking about not having it anymore. It still runs well, but it will be needing more and more maintenance as it approaches 200,000 miles. Also, there are ... (more)
Story
I loved driving to my niece's wedding in Washington. My brother was going to fly back - but looking at the schedule, it was better to drive. Everyone had a nice time breezing down the states. We got home before his plane would have arrived.
Pros
It has a lot of room for kids, car seats, grandma, kids' friends, their teams-you name it, we have lots of room. I also love riding above the traffic. The car has held up fairly well maintenance wise. It has taken us many places and once needed a tow when the starter went out, but that was it. Everything else was handled through regular maintenance at the shop.
Cons
Well, it's not a true con, but it would be nice to get better gas mileage. I know, it's a minivan, but I would love to average more than 17-18 miles per gallon. Gas is expensive. Also, the electric door did not survive the years of use. We converted it to a manual door.

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