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2003 Toyota Sienna CEReview
johnfixesstuff writes:
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Affordable Quality Starter Family Van. — We wanted a reliable mini-van and after looking at the consumer reports ratings for both the Honda and Sienna minivans for the 2003-2004 years, there really was no competition because of the major transmission problems the Hondas have for those years. The only reason we got rid of this van was because a tree fell on it and totaled it. It was a reliable van. The newer (2004+) Siennas are wider and longer which makes a big difference as we discovered you really can't put a rear-facing car seat in the second row of captain's chairs in this van because there isn't enough from in front of the 2nd row. There is in the 2004 model though. This van's back seat doesn't stow like the newer ones did and that is a draw back. The storage in the back end is minimal when you have all the seats in this thing. Now that we have a 2004 we almost always have at least one side of the back seat laid down so we can store more stuff in it.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Toyota quality and reliability, a good smooth ride like a Camry.

Cons: The CE package leaves a lot to be desired.  The rear seats are VERY difficult to get out.  The locking system is a complicated mess of cables and latches and rods and they stop working after a while.  It was a super chore to get the back seat out at times because it just wouldn't unlatch.

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2003 Toyota Sienna CEReview
Lynn writes:
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Sienna Van — 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 since the gas prices are going up and the van is fun to drive if you like driving something big as a boat on wheels ( I nick-named my van as "The Boat On Wheels").

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: It's very roomy in the van!!

Cons: It loves to drink up gas fast!!

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2003 Toyota Sienna XLEReview
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Good Mom Van And More — 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 fit in back w/o seats then installed the seats. So the carpeting is clean. It's been great for the kids. Would like windows that move in middle seats.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Seats are comfortable. I can tow our 20' boat.

Cons: It's not very sexy

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2003 Toyota Sienna XLEReview
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I Hate And Love Minivans At The Same Time.... — my car is something that gets me back and forth from work and home... it also serves as the only place that I can be alone with my kids.... and still escape... I love my car and will probably buy another Toyota. I like that both my cars have moon roofs....

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: It lasts forever.....

Cons: uhhh...none...

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2003 Toyota Sienna XLEReview
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Best Mini Van On The Road!! — All leather interior, duel auto sliding doors, heated seats, climate control, easy remove seats, Camery engine V6.

Pros: auto doors, easy remove seats

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2003 Toyota Sienna Review
GuruZ684D says:
vs2003 Mazda MPV LX
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Back Seats Ranked 2003 Mazda MPV LX better.
"The 2nd row slides into a bench seat or can be separated in to captain style chairs"
Would Buy Ranked 2003 Mazda MPV LX better.
"Affordability, repair cost and durability "

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Reviews From Other Years

2021 Toyota Sienna Reviews

Review By mahasorn

very good very cool veryhot i like that. Read More

Review By Sarin

HUD, Gas mileage, Radar cruise with lane trace assist etc. makes it a great vehicle for long road trips. Wish the BSM indicators appear on the HUD and have more options displayed on the HUD as well. ... Read More

2020 Toyota Sienna Reviews

Review By Guru9VFTWX

fewer miles appeals to me...Id like lless than 100K and smaller rice. Read More

Review By Guru9VLDV7

This is my second Toyota Sienna XLE. Love the XLE model, it cruises smoothly on the highway and has the safety features we’re accustomed to. We wanted the 2020 as we didn’t want a hybrid which all ... Read More

2019 Toyota Sienna Reviews

Review By Guru9V1SQL

Very nosey when on the highway; cargo space awkward with seats still in. Honda Odyssey much better vehicle is many ways. Read More

Review By Samantha

It is all I dream it would be and more!!! Love this car!! Best van that I have ever driven. Read More

2018 Toyota Sienna Reviews

Review By Guru9XTRWD

Just OK. But it was some noisy to drive it. Read More

Review By Guru9Z4DM5

Really a nice vehicle except it has this terrible growel/vibration around 1200 rpms. Apparently this is a common problem in Siennas. We drove a 2017 and 2020 that had similar problems. Did some resear... Read More

2017 Toyota Sienna Reviews

Review By Guru9YSC5S

Strong and reliable vehicle,good for family use, easy to maintain Read More

Review By Tristan

Car was in good shape decent value it had a little bit of hail damage but it was priced accordingly clean interior Read More

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