2001 Toyota Sienna Overview


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4.25 stars

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Love What You Do For Me! by Eyeglassed
 — Owned this car from 110k to 190k and has to be the most reliable vehicle I have ever had. Had a 94 Camry before and thought that was good, but the Sienna was even better all the way around. Great des... Read More
Cool by Khalid
 — cool cool and more cool. big lotts of space there is nothing better for riding in it with a big family. thats why i love the toyota sienna!!!!!!!!!! lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol Read More
The Most Wanted Traits Of A Family Car Are In Here by James
 — What would you ask of a family car? Comfort - It's got it, especially at the XLE Trim. Everything you would want for your kids and yourself. It's big and roomy. Good road trip car. Reliability - T... Read More

2001 Toyota Sienna Overview

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2001 Toyota Sienna

The 2001 Toyota Sienna saw a few changes, including the discontinuation of the three-door CE. The engine was given a power boost, and the grille, front bumper, taillights, and headlights all received a makeover.

The 2001 Sienna came in three trim levels: the base CE, the midrange LE, and the high-end XLE. The CE is for minimalists only, with air conditioning, power windows, power locks, and a cassette player all optional. The LE is better equipped, and the XLE includes luxury-like amenities, such as leather trimmed seating and a power moon roof. The engine is a 3.0 liter, 210 horsepower V6 that gets about 19/24 mpg.

Drivers like the 2001 Sienna because it handles like a car instead of a van, offers plenty of cargo space, and comes with Toyota reliability. Many owners find that the van is overpriced, and many wish for rear seats that fold completely flat.


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