16" x 6.5JJ Steel Wheels 3.080 Axle Ratio 3rd row seats: split-bench 4-Wheel Disc Brakes 9 Speakers ABS brakes Air Conditioning AM/FM CD w/6 Speakers AM/FM radio Bodyside moldings Brake assist Bumpers: body-color CD player Delay-off headlights Driver door bin Driver vanity mirror Driver's Seat Mounted Armrest Dual front impact airbags Dual front side impact airbags Electric Adjustment Outside Rear-View Mirror Electronic Stability Control Fabric Seat Material Front anti-roll bar Front Bucket Seats Front reading lights Front wheel independent suspension H.S.E.A. Green Rear Glass
Illuminated entry Low tire pressure warning MP3 decoder Occupant sensing airbag Overhead airbag Overhead console Panic alarm Passenger door bin Passenger seat mounted armrest Passenger vanity mirror Power door mirrors Power steering Power windows Rear air conditioning Rear anti-roll bar Rear reading lights Rear window defroster Rear window wiper Reclining 3rd row seat Remote keyless entry Speed-sensing steering Split folding rear seat Tachometer Telescoping steering wheel Tilt steering wheel Traction control Variably intermittent wipers
Read what US News and world Report said about the 2010 Sienna Van after ranking it number one for the 2010 mini vans. Reviewers liked that the 2010 Toyota Sienna offers solid performance and a spacious interior, making it a very strong pick in the class. When it was new, reviewers praised the combination of comfort and power that the 2010 Sienna provided. The Sienna retains its V6 engine from previous model years, which reviewers praised for its power. Strong build quality and a decent list of standard features had reviewers raving when the Sienna was new. The Sienna offers either a seven-seat configuration with second-row captains chairs or an eight-seat configuration that includes a second-row bench. Notable standard features include dual sliding rear doors with power windows, a six-speaker stereo with an auxiliary input and a telescoping steering wheel Kelly Blue book offered... If you're comparing minivan comfort and convenience, you'll find the 2010 Toyota Sienna borrows many of the best ideas from each of its competitors and combines them into a strong, well-built platform. A look inside the Sienna clearly shows that Toyota is a player in the upscale van market. Trim levels include the CE, LE, XLE and Limited, and each has a great standard equipment list. The Sienna's seats take full advantage of the van's roomy interior, with wide seat bottoms as well as firm back rests. Second-row seating is either a set of captains chairs that can be slid together to form a two-person bench, or a three-person split-folding bench seat with a sliding center section that can move forward by as much as 13 inches. The Siennas rear seat can fold flush into the floor and features a 60/40 split. Cargo space behind the third seat has been improved thanks to the Siennas long wheelbase. The 2010 Toyota Siennas 3.5-liter V6 engine delivers where it counts, and it performs beautifully in both city and highway driving.