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2005 Toyota Sienna

2005 Toyota Sienna Review

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Introduction
Toyota had a rough start in the American minivan market, competing with small, decidedly Japanese models against the larger, boxy domestic purveyors that defined the segment. Finally, the first-generation Sienna brought Toyota into the fray, sharing platform and powertrain--and resultant refinement--with the beloved Camry, but the Sienna still trailed the leaders slightly in size. For the current Sienna, Toyota analyzed its competition and unashamedly adopted all the best elements and technologies from those vehicles into a single, quality vehicle engineered to a high standard. Launched as a 2004 model, the current Sienna doesn't need to make apologies, boasting the size, power, flexibility, and features required to stand tall in this mature market segment. Available in CE, LE, XLE, and XLE Limited models, the well-executed Sienna can be had as a basic family hauler or loaded with Lexus-grade premium content.

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