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2004 Toyota Sienna

2004 Toyota Sienna

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A redesign was in store after the 2003 model year for Toyota's formidable minivan, and the Japanese manufacturer delivered on its promise. Sienna fans will certainly be glad they did. The new version is bigger, strong, safer and more comfortable.

Really, there wasn't much more designers and engineers could have done to the 2004 Toyota Sienna short of renaming it. Quite simply completely improved, this year's Sienna is ready to take the title as the most versatile of all minivans.

The people at Consumer Guide might agree to that statement. Again, they've given the Sienna their 'Recommended' status, which is no small accomplishment.

Available Models
The 2004 Toyota Sienna is offered in a total of four models: CE, LE, XLE and XLE Limited.

Interior Features
Seating flexibility is a real attractive feature with the Sienna. All models have second-row bucket seats for seven-passenger seating. In addition, CE and LE trims can carry eight passengers via an optional second-row bench seat whose middle section is sized for a child safety seat.

The standard 60/40 split third-row bench seat also folds into the floor, making it easier to maximize the Sienna's 148.9 cubic feet of cargo space.

If you want extra comfort, the XLE Limited trim is the only model for you. It has leather upholstery, heated front seats, a woodgrain/leather-wrapped steering wheel, radar cruise control and a power sunroof.

Exterior Features
2004 Toyota Siennas are bigger than before. The minivan grows 5.1 inches in wheelbase, 6.5 inches overall, 3.9 inches in width and gains nearly 200 lbs.

Standard features for all include power windows for the dual sliding side doors. XLE and Limited models have dual power doors and a power liftgate.

More power is the big news for the 2004 Sienna. And that's always good.

The new engine is a dual-overhead-cam 3.3-liter V6 with 230 horsepower at 5600 rpm and 242 lb-ft of torque at 3600 rpm. Standard with 2004 models is a new 5-speed automatic transmission (replacing last year's 4-speed system). Toyota also moves the shift lever to the lower-center dashboard.

Front-wheel drive is the standard, but all-wheel drive is available on all models but the entry-level CE. The AWD system also comes with run-flat tires.

Safety and Security
All Toyota Siennas have antilock 4-wheel disc brakes with brake assist, dual front airbags and a tire-pressure monitor.

The top-line XLE Limited comes with front side airbags, curtain side airbags and high-intensity headlights. In addition, it features a front and rear obstacle detection system.

Fast Stats
7 or 8
MSRP from
2.2L V6
230 @ 5600
5-speed auto
MPG: City/Hwy
2WD: 19 / 27
AWD: 18 / 24

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