2001 Toyota Sienna Overview


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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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Cd Player Dose Not Work What Can I Do To Make It Work

cd player is not working ,I put in the cd and it spits it out again

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Sensor Lights Donot Turn Off On My Toyota Sienna 2001

my Toyota sienna 2001 sensor lights will not turn off.I took it to my mechanic and he told me to leave it alone.the van runs great.I had the transmission oil change and oil too and filter to.

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Can I Put A Set Of 205-75-15 Tires On A 2001 Toyota Sienna?

I have a good set of nearly new 205-75-15 tires on my inoperable Kia SUV and a bad set of 205-70-15 on my Sienna. Toyota recommends 205-70-15 tires for Sienna. Is it OK to put the 205-75 tires on th...

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Where The Shift Solenoid E Valve Is Located At In A Toyota Sienna 2001

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Why Is My Exhaust Manifold Glowing Red?

A week and half ago my van started losing power like I was taking my foot off the gas on the expressway. I had it towed to a muffler shop where they put a new catalytic converter and first muffle...

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