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2013 Toyota Sienna

2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Passenger Vans

  2013 Toyota Sienna XLE 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter -- European model
MSRP
$26,585
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Invoice $24,592 N/A
MPG
City/Highway
16/25 N/A
Rating
8.0
/ 10
TCC Rating
Bottom Line The Toyota Sienna has excellent power, safety, and seating, and only narrowly misses the class benchmarks in flexibility and gas mileage. Read Full Review The 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter now offers 4x4 for improved all-weather and all-terrain ability, building on its proven strengths as a flexible business vehicle. Read Full Review
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Dislikes

Likes:

  • Looks good, for a minivan
  • Better handling than before
  • Sliding second-row seat--or captain's chairs
  • All-wheel drive on the options list
  • More standard features for LE

Dislikes:

  • Second-row seats fold, but don't disappear
  • Shy of the Chrysler minivan's ultimate features
  • Expensive in Limited form

Likes:

  • Versatile cargo and passenger configuration ability
  • Preferred Upfitter program to ensure quality of customization
  • Available 4x4 with low-range function
  • Fuel efficient diesel powertrains

Dislikes:

  • Can be very expensive when properly outfitted for some tasks
  • Large, tall, and boxy--can be difficult to maneuver in some forms
  • No standard backup camera
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