2006 Toyota Sienna Overview


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4.25 stars

Based on 17 reviews

Very Practical And Comfortable! by Jimmy
 — This 2006 model comes with a 226 HP engine. A year later, Toyota put forward a newer engine with 260 HP, which should work better, because the van is over 2 tons, and the 226 HP engine has to work qu... Read More
My Favorite Vehicle Beside The Toyota Solara by versuss2002
 — I love my minivan! With three kids its a necessary part of life. Performance-Its a van, it doesnt drive like a car but handles better than my hubbys truck. Never had any mechanical problems with it ot... Read More
Toyota Sienna Ce by Conrad
 — This vehicle is amazing for a family. The quality of everything, from bumper to bumper, has been wonderful. The Sienna will move pretty fast if you really want it to, but other than that, the van isn'... Read More

2006 Toyota Sienna Overview

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Based on 17 reviews

2006 Toyota Sienna

The 2006 Toyota Sienna saw mostly cosmetic changes for the model year, including a front end facelift, and various interior changes across the trims.

The 2006 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, 215 horsepower V6. Fuel economy is 19/27.

Fans of the 2006 Toyota Sienna like that it handles more like a car than a van. They also appreciate the cargo space, seating configurations, and availability of 4WD. The most common complaint is that adding options can cause the price of the van to rise dramatically.


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2006 Awd Sienna Traction Control Issues

We have a 2006 AWD Sienna, and all of a sudden it's started locking up while driving, we live in a mountainous area and the deal has had it for 2 weeks now. Originally we paid to have the yaw sensor...

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Sliding Power Door Won't Close---toyota Sienna

ve a 2006 Sienna and the sliding door on the passenger side stopped working. I posted my problem on the Sienna chat website, but no responses. I read your tutorial but my problem is slightly differe...

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My Minivan Vibrates When Accelerating 35-45 Mph. What Could It Be?

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Can I Buy Adjustable Rear Shocks For Towing?

I recently put a hitch on my Sienna. But even with a medium size tent trailer (just 1800 lbs) the rear sits way too low. Can I buy air adjustable shocks to raise the rear when towing?

827 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 months ago)

Engine Check Codes Are 304,305, 354, And 356 Came Up Right After Servicing

The following services were done on my 2006 Sienna. Throttle body service Clamp L/F inner axle book Front brake service(sealed bearing vehicles) replace font brake, pads, brake shims, lube brake cali...

26 views with 3 answers (last answer 3 months ago)