2004 Toyota Sienna Overview

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CE
Avg. Price: $7,437
LE
Avg. Price: $7,548
XLE
Avg. Price: $8,939

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Average User Score

4.55 stars

Based on 17 reviews

A Van Named Sue by harafx
 — The Toyota Sienna is a wonderfully versatile vehicle saddled with the unfortunate label of being called a mini-van. Awful name that should be replaced with something more accurately descriptive like ... Read More
Super Safe Car That's Filled With Luxury! by 2004_Toyota_Sienna_XLE
 — This is a Great Looking van with ALL the bells and whistles! Very comfortable to ride and drive. I like the captain leather seats and the warmers sure are nice in the winter months. I drove our van... Read More
The Full Package by Season4u
 — There isn't much I don't love about my Sienna. I'm only selling it because I need the money. It's one of the best cars I've ever owned. Super safe, which is VERY important to me, so comfortable to r... Read More

2004 Toyota Sienna Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 17 reviews

2004 Toyota Sienna

The Toyota Sienna was totally redesigned for 2004, resulting in a larger, more powerful minivan. The 2004 Sienna really distinguished itself with the availability of all-wheel drive, which made it the only minivan on the market with such an option. The larger size made for more interior space, but despite the Sienna's new girth, the turning radius was reduced by 3 feet.

The 2004 Toyota Sienna came in four trims: the CE, the LE, the XLE, and the XLE Limited. The CE is extremely bare-bones, offering only the most basic features, with the XLE Limited coming fully loaded with plenty of high-end amenities. The LE and both XLEs are available with AWD. Across the board, the engine is a 3.3-liter, 240-hp V6. Fuel economy is 19 mpg city/27 highway.

Toyota Sienna fans applauded the new 2004 Sienna. They were especially enthusiastic about the improved turning radius and disappearing third-row seats. Drivers are disappointed with a perceived lag time in acceleration and the car's price tag when options are added.

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Toyota Sienna Questions

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Manual Sliding Door Does Not Shut All The Way. Is There An Adjustment?

04 Sienna drivers side manual door does not close flush. The door ajar light stays on, although I believe that is because the rubber nub that presses against the button fell off. What I would like to ...

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jm08488
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2005 Sienna Only Blows Heat While Driving, Not Idling - What's Wrong?

2005 Sienna only blows heat while driving, not idling - what's wrong? Blower always works, but it's only warm when driving.

183 views with 2 answers (last answer about a month ago)
richalan
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Rear Window Defroster Stopped Working, Any Ideas On Fixes

switch lights on dash but doesn't defrost the rear window

113 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 months ago)
MEAF
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Interior Lights Do Not Work. Is This A Fuse?

For about a year the interior lights would flicker on and off when we would open the doors. Most of the time worked fine. Then my mother-in-law hooked jumper cables wrong and we had to replace a fu...

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Carl Avery
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How Hard Is It To Replace The Rear Sliding Door Handle On A 2004 Toyota Sie...

I understand that the handles are the same for both sides. We pulled to hard on the handle and the handle at one end broke off

6,485 views with 14 answers (last answer 2 months ago)