Minivans may not be the most exciting vehicle in the world, but they are very practical, especially if you have children. it’s hard not to love themWhatever you need to carry, a minivan can probably handle it.and the seller of this toyota sienna Lifting it gets even better, unlocking more adventure possibilities than ever before.
Currently on sale upon car and bid, this 2004 Toyota Sienna XLE Limited is equipped with a 3.5 inch lift kit and BFGoodrich All-Terrain KO2 tires and is compatible with all-wheel drive systems. And that’s basically the extent of the change. Instead of building it into a dedicated camper, the seller left the van’s leftover inventory.
But definitely go camping if you want. The seller included a video of him taking it to an off-road park, and while it’s not a Jeep Wrangler, it looks more than adequate for most basic camping needs. , happy to return to the pick-up line after school as a comfortable and practical daily driver.
That said, if you don’t plan on using it for camping, it probably isn’t the best van for you.The seller also says it’s significantly larger than the unlifted Sienna he had before. With an all-terrain tire, it’s no surprise to hear that. He also said there is more suspension noise than you can hear, oh and the front he struts and stabilizers wear out faster than normal too.
Then you don’t have to bother picking up Sienna. The seller said it was due to Toyota’s reliability and cheap replacement parts. And because it’s not a cool van like the Vanagon Syncro, it’s not as in demand as the old Sienna, keeping the initial purchase price low. At the time of writing, the highest bid is just $6,600 for him. That’s not a bad thing at all, especially considering how expensive used cars are these days. If you’re looking for a van for camping or overland, this Sienna might be the perfect vehicle to add to your garage.