Great family van
One of the few models with seating for 8. Overall a great van, the exterior styling is so-so and third row seating access could be better. On the plus side, maintenance has been easy enough, seats fold down for the occasional trip to Lowes. We've driven 2000 miles in one trip and found the van to be comfortable enough. The fuel economy is my only real complaint - 22 MPG on the highway.
Awesome Family Vehicle
We are a family of 5, with kids ages 9,6,2. This van suites us perfectly! It is comfortable, reliable, nice looking and keeps us all happy! We recently took it on a long road trip out of state and it handled the drive with ease. We are big fans and would buy another for sure!
Great van, runs excellent, Toyota has a history of good performance cars, i also have used Lexus which is great and I am very happy about it. Toyota family of cars is a great combination.
More than what I envisaged.
This car has volume controls, channel and cd selector on the steering that makes driving more safer.
Perfect for Families
This is my 3rd mini-van and the Toyota is the best! Lots of space, internal design options, great storage compartments, and 10 cup holders. Not to mention Toyota quality! Great family vehicle.
In future I will buy new minivan in two years of Toyota Sienna xle limited with advance safety future
Smoothest running vehicle I have ever owned.
Bought this 2009 Toyota Sienna LE less than a month ago, with around 128,000 miles on it. Have taken it to Florida and back for spring break and it never missed a beat. Very smooth riding and may have even exceded the listed MPG of 23 on the highway. I ranked it "good" for Comfort and Interior design only because we wish the 2nd row captains seats had "arm-rests". Happy so far.
Have owned my 2009 Toyota Sienna for five years, and hope to keep it for many more. This vehicle is safe, reliable, comfortable, and stylish. Abundant space for passengers and cargo. Arigatogozaimaxxxxa Toyota.
Nice comfortable minivan
Bought used with 98K miles. Especially interested in Toyota Sienna for its AWD. Very comfortable. Not great fuel efficiency, but that was not a determining criterion. I plan to get a spare wheel and tire in case I get a flat on a long trip. A long trip over a weekend would probably be severely complicated by a flat tire and only the 100 mile useful life of the run-flat tires. Cannot comment on reliability - only had it less than a month.
We sold our 2006 Chrysler Town and Country Limited for this 2009 Sienna Limited. This Toyota structurally seems to be built better and although I "trust" the reliability of this Toyota more, I have to be honest in saying I would rather drive my old Chrysler. It is like driving a Lexus inside but the interior is a bit dated and the radio unit is just plain awful! We found this 2009 with just 30,000 miles so we plan to keep it for a while however I wish we would have bought a 2011 model.