2005 Toyota Sienna consumer reviews

$23,020–$23,575 MSRP range
side view of 2005 Sienna Toyota
91% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.6
  • Interior 4.5
  • Performance 4.5
  • Value 4.6
  • Exterior 4.3
  • Reliability 4.6
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313,000 miles and Counting! Fantastic Van!

This van is amazing. It was gifted to me by my grandparents with 290,000 miles on the engine. As of right now it currently has 314,000 miles. I am absolutely amazed by the integrity of this vehicle and how well it has held together over the years. Yes there are small cosmetic issues, as you would expect with a car that’s 18 years old. We chose to replace the coolant system around 300,000 miles. Minor set back, but it has run even better since then. The DVD player no longer works, but all the speakers are in fanatic condition, seats as well for the years of love, soccer games, and countless trips. This van has transported not 1 but 5 generations of family members over the years. We may look into a transmission swap- but I am honestly interested in finding out just how far this one will go. I definitely will only be purchasing siennas from here on out, as this one has proven that with proper maintenance, they will continue to thrive well after 300,000 miles.


They got this one right

I have driven this vehicle for 16 years and made 15 round trips to Miami Beach Florida From Chicago Illinois (snow bird) along with moderate daily driving. Performing basic maintenance mostly through a Toyota dealer. Relatively low mileage of 82,000 miles with only one minor incident. Before that I’ve driven dodge caravan unreliably. This is a fantastic vehicle. We liked it so much we bought a 2020 model and continue to drive the 2005. In many ways I prefer the 2005 or the newer version. Of course time will tell how the 2005 holds up.


Comfortable, reliable workhorse

I have worked my awd van hard for over 140000 miles—hauled lumber and rocks, towed a 3500# camper in the mountains, traveled coast-to-coast, even pulled out a couple of tree stumps. It’s been reliable and comfortable. No rust at all, even in our Minnesota winters. And, other than a couple of dash cracks, looks really good for an ‘05. Should have another 100000 in it. I did swap out the miserable run-flats for General RT43s, which I highly recommend for this van.


Dash board cracked badly and sliding doors not wor

Never buy a Toyota seinna again with all these problems and without help from Toyota care because they really don't even though I tried to explain to them that this problem is a deficit.


Most Reliable Car I've Owned!

This car has been the most reliable for me and my family. It was ideal to have for 2 young children for day trips, vacations, and whenever we need to transport lots of items to a party or event. I got 25 mpg on this car! I also used this to transport other people for money and it more than paid for itself!


Toyota Sienna is excellent family vehicle

Great family car with room for seven, plenty of storage, rides smooth, comfortable seats, good on gas, seats tumble for large item hauling, nice sound system.


2005 Toyota Sienna Limited

I bought the Sienna when it was brand new. It currently has 214000 miles on it and I just love it. Has been a great vehicle and I hope to keep driving it for as long as I am alive.


Very versatile minvan, 7 passenger

Comfortable for long trips, useful for various hauling jobs with seating configurations, very reliable with all major systems working well after 15 years and 135000 miles.


This car fit all my needs

I test drove this car and make designs to buy it This car fit all my needs Good on gas mileage and comfortable I drove this car each day to my job


Most reliable car for my work

This car fit all my needs for job Has space to fit all my tolls Good on gas/millage Great loaded and comfortable for car this class