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Cons: N/AEverything is perfect in this car. I would suggest if anyone wants to buy a SUV then go for a 4runner. Great ride. Can't feel any bumps or anything. Love this car.
Great car... poor fuel efficiency!
Pros: All the safety features
Cons: Fuel efficiencyI have had the 2.7L Sienna for 9 months and the car performs well overall. This trim is a good build with lots of safety features for base price. Do NOT buy this van if you are looking to save fuel, go for the V6 instead. I get 14.6L/100km city 10L/100km highway!
Pros: Combo of power and mileage.
Cons: Would like to see Toyota offer a wider tire and wheel package on this car. That would add to the looks and performance.I love this car. Owned it since new and have put 145K miles on her with no major issues. Plenty of power, averages 28+ MPG city/hwy. Roomy and comfortable for all.
Gas sipper, great so far
Pros: Roomy interior for size of vehicle
Cons: Placement of cup holders, center mounted speedometerFound a low mileage four door basic sedan Yaris and got a good deal on it. I am pastor of a church and need a reliable little car that gets good gas mileage for my many trips to visit folks and do church business. This seems perfect so far
Cons: consoleThis car is sexy, sporty,plus luxurious. Supererior comfort ,and great handling and performance
Pros: dependability, comfort and safety
Cons: Low gas mileageI lovely new Camry but I'm not happy about gas consumption. I have utter faith in my toyotas but I do not want to pay for excessive gas usage if I don't have to.
An Excellent Vehicle
Pros: MPG, interior size is excellent relative to exterior dimensions.
Cons: Needing a front wheel bearing at 34k miles.The vehicle is comfortable and reliable. It's great on long trips. Blizzak tires in the winter cut down on fuel economy by 2 or 3 mpg, something I anticipated. Ethanol in gasoline cuts down mileage perhaps 6 to 10 percent, something that affects every driver (meaning that we are all subsidizing the ethanol industry with reduced mileage).