Very reliable and comfortable car.
I’ve owned a Sienna for 12 years. It is very reliable and very comfortable. It is also exceptionally roomy. It has all the comfort of a sedan, plus it has the convenience of having so much more room than a sedan.
Love the new design. Love all the added features
This is the only minivan that I considered and I purchased it just a few days ago. We are a Toyota family. My husband just bought a New Highlander also. So that tell you the whole story
Perfect family car
This is a very defendable and perfect quality car for personal or family use, you can freely go as far as you wish. Test drive it and see it yourself
Great family car
Holds everything, dogs, camping gear, etc. AWD and snow tires makes it our safest winter vehicle. It is great to drive with all the luxuries of leather heated seat, lane assist, and comfy seats.
This was a great experience.
This was a great experience. My Wife loves her Mother's Day gift. The Family made me drive them around the night I brought it home. Great Salesman Joe Burbach of Andrew Toyota. Highly recommended for service, sale and a good deal. I have a 2008 Toyota Yaris S. I allowed them to work on her and she feels like a champ again. My one regret is they're located in Wisconsin. But the ride was worth it. Ask for Joe, he knows!!!! Cope Family
The best family car
This car met all I need for family. It has enough horse power Wide angle of wheel steering Various convenient options - All power windows - DVD player with rear monitor - Navigator - Sun roof - Cruiser controllers - Raider controller - Lane cross alarm & self control - Weather tech met for rear folding seat
Expensive but outstanding. It is so comfortable on a long trip - no more aches and pains or sore back. It is big but very manoeuverable.
25000 miles broken parts
I have 25000 miles on my 2018 Toyota siena van and the plastic panel just inside the passenger left rear door has already has cracks in it and the dealership along with corporate Toyota do not believe that it's a factory defect that we must have done something to damage it. This is a part that gets stepped on every time you come and go from the vehicle there's no reason why it should have broken just from somebody stepping on it..
I am a new Toyota driver, we always drove GM and Chrysler, but when we compared the options for mini vans, Toyota was the best choice. My top priority in buying a van was reliability, and the choice was clear. We read hundreds of reviews, test drove all the major competitors and felt the most comfortable in the Sienna. I am loving the blind spot monitors, lane departure assist, and adaptive cruise control. These features make driving so easy. Also have a moon roof, leather interior and navigation for extras, and available AWD, which we did not get. What I don't like is having to remove heavy 2nd row seats to move furniture, lack of remote start feature, the cup holders in 2nd row are hard to reach for toddler, and the overall look of the vehicle. I think Honda and Chrysler mini vans are better looking, but Toyota won in every other category. They had the best ratings, best safety, most cabin space, best mileage, best warranty and price for my budget, most horsepower/ towing capacity and most comfortable ride. I traded my mid size SUV and get better mileage with the van, so that's great! Time will be the true test but so far, this van is great!
This is probably one of the best cars I have ever owned. Lots of bells and whistles. comfortable and drives well Lots of value for the money.