Toyota Sienta 2004 review
The Toyota Sienta is a mini MPV (multi-purpose vehicle) that was first introduced to the Japanese market in 2003. It was designed to offer the practicality of a minivan with the driving dynamics of a small hatchback. The Sienta was available in both seven- and eight-seat configurations, making it a popular choice for families.
The 2004 Toyota Sienta was powered by a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that produced 103 horsepower and 100 lb-ft of torque. It was paired with a four-speed automatic transmission and front-wheel drive. The Sienta was available in two trim levels: G and X. The G trim was the base model and the X trim added a few extra features such as power sliding doors and rear air conditioning.
One of the standout features of the 2004 Sienta was its interior design. It featured a futuristic and stylish dashboard with a large central display screen that controlled various functions such as the audio system and climate control. The Sienta also had plenty of storage spaces throughout the cabin, including under-seat compartments and a large center console.
In terms of safety, the 2004 Sienta was equipped with dual front airbags, side airbags, and stability control as standard. It also received a four-star safety rating from the Japanese New Car Assessment Program (JNCAP).
Overall, the 2004 Toyota Sienta was a versatile and practical vehicle that offered a unique and stylish design. It was a popular choice for families in Japan and other markets where it was sold.
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