2005 Toyota Sienna Overview


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Average User Score

4.35 stars

Based on 9 reviews

New Ride For Expanding Family by Vinh
 — PERFORMANCE - Acceleration is great for a minivan, Braking reaction is great (not too sensitive), Handling is good (soft response) BUILD QUALITY - 5 * Safety Rated! Solid! Roomy! Clean! Accessible! - ... Read More
Groovy Mom-mobile by Jennifer
 — This minivan handles like a much smaller car. It's easy and fun to drive. It has great pick-up, too. I love most things about it except for a few glitches: the rear doors freeze shut in the winter unl... Read More
Great Buy by ddickson
 — Comfortable and economical to drive. One of the most reliable vans on the road. Very high safety rating is another plus. Room for a large family and storage room. I also love the stow away seats whic... Read More

2005 Toyota Sienna Overview

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Based on 9 reviews

2005 Toyota Sienna

Having just been redesigned the year before, the 2005 Toyota Sienna saw no significant changes.

The 2005 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 horsepower V6. Fuel economy is 19/27.

Drivers like the 2005 Toyota Sienna for its car-like handling, comfortable seats, flexible seating configurations, and luxury-like appointments. Some drivers complain that the van is prone to strange rattles, and many say that adding options causes a sharp increase in price.


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2005 Toyota Sienna Driving Like I'm Pulling A Small Trailer

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I Just Changed My 2005 Sienna Ac Compressor 2 Months Ago. Now I Have Notice...

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When I run the A/C then park my van, it slowly starts to overheat. I see the temperature gauge go from the middle to hot. The air coming out of the vent also goes from cold to warm. When I put the van...

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Loud Screeching Sound On Start

I get a screeching sound when i start my van for the first time donot hear it all day . Apparently the serpentine belts needs to be lubricated. Need to know whether WD40 or soap is better. Would WD40 ...

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