2009 Toyota SiennaAlphabetSoup - Chicagoland05/19/2009
We got the 2009 Toyota Sienna LE (Option package #2) 8-passenger version and love it!
My wife has yet to find a comfortable position for the driver's seat, but otherwise the space and seating is very comfortable.
Love the sliding door windows going up/down instead of the standard crack open on the rearward edge.
Love the various options of moving the three center seats around.
Love the ease with which the back row of seats can be stowed and deployed.
Getting the center-row seats in is a little tough sometimes. Save yourself a headache and, if you're moving the left-most center seat, move the driver's seat forward as far as it will go to give you the room to work.
The auto-up/down power window on the driver's side is a little sensitive. I'd like to have to hold the button a little longer before it decides my intention is to fully lower or raise the window.
Totally awesome turning radius! Getting that thing into and out of tight parking spots is a breeze.
Overall, we love this van. Our kids love it too. They can open the door themselves (assuming we "allow" it by having the button toggled correctly), buckle themselves in their car seats, and get themselves out again when we arrive. I wish I had the cash to get some of the nicer features (sunroof, GPS, DVD, power rear-gate, etc.), but I'm very happy with this one.
Quality & Value
2009 Toyota SiennaLoy - Southeast Wisconsin05/06/2009
We chose our Toyota van because of the manufacturing quality. We love a prduct that is built to last. Our last van, which was just over a year old, had to have parts replaced. Lastly, The Toyota Sennia holds it's value. Why purchase a vehicle that loses half it value once you drive off the lot.
2009 Toyota SiennaE Agustin - Chula Vista, CA09/21/2016
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