2003 Toyota Sienna Overview


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4.25 stars

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Sienna Van by Lynn
 — I like everything about it except for repair costs & the cost of gas which my van drinks up so fast. Good performance on everything. Great styling inside & out, getting gas for the van can be costly ... Read More
Best Mini Van On The Road!! by Jennifer
 — All leather interior, duel auto sliding doors, heated seats, climate control, easy remove seats, Camery engine V6. Read More
Good Mom Van And More by kb04090
 — It's a mom van. Never thought I'd have one, but it's been good with 2 kids and their friends. I get 25 mpg around town and more on trips. I purchased a dark remnant rug when I purchased and cut it to ... Read More

2003 Toyota Sienna Overview

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2003 Toyota Sienna

The 2003 Toyota Sienna saw no changes, as a new Sienna was set to be released the following year.

The 2003 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.

The 2003 Toyota Sienna is popular for its car-like handling and smooth, comfortable ride. Drivers complain that the power sliding doors could be dangerous for children, and many say the stock tires should be upgraded for better ones.


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replacing the carpet throughout van....do you have to remove the battery before disconnecting the electrical connector under the passenger seat that feeds the blower fan motor to the rear of the van...

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How Do I Remove The Front Passenger Seat In My 2003 Sienna?

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How Do You Remove And Replace A Signal Light Relay For A 2003 Sienna?

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How Do You Remove And Replace A 2003 Headlight?

Someone hit my front right bumber and caved it in a bit. I examined the bumber and am fairly confident that if I remove the headlight I can access the inside of the bumber and pop out the dent. I wa...

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