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  1. General Discussion (Gen 4)
    I sent our 21 XSE AWD to get winter tires and wheels installed. Those were part of the deal when we bought it in June. I then insisted on getting TPMS included, which the salesman was certain was not a good idea since his belief was that every time we would swao wheelsets, I would have to pay...
  2. General Discussion (Gen 2)
    I recently bought a 2004 Sienna XLE Limited AWD. I have excellent winter tires for it. I like Shur-Grip snow cables and plan to get some for the Sienna. Do I need to get four for an AWD Sienna, or is it okay to use just two? If it's okay to use just two, should they go on the front tires or...
  3. General Discussion (Gen 3)
    hello all, i want share my experience of my 2014 fwd base/L trim for someone who want to choose between fwd or awd. few weeks ago when almost everyday at my apartment quite steep driveway covered by snow, most of time I have difficulty or not able to climb the driveway. To illustrate how...
  4. General Discussion (Gen 3)
    Anyone use Thule-branded snow chains? Thule's website says they are no longer making these but they still sell them on amazon and I was thinking of getting a pair (or two). Couple questions though: 1. The size on Thule's fitment guide shows "245"as the size or our Siennas which have 235/55/18...
  5. Buy Sell Trade & Group Buys
    4, 235/60R17 Blizzak snow tires 6/32 inch tread depth. good shape never patched or plugged. Fits Sienna. Good for 2 or 3 more winters. $200
  6. Buy Sell Trade & Group Buys
    4, 235/60R17 Blizzak snow tires 6/32 inch tread depth. good shape never patched or plugged. Fits Sienna. Good for 2 or 3 more winters.
  7. Tires, Wheels, & Tire Pressure Monitors (TPMS)
    Just got a Sienna LE FWD and I am looking for snow tires. I was planning on getting a 2nd set of rims and just running the stock size (235/60/17) snow tires. Any suggestions as to size and brand/type of tires? Any leads on a 2nd set of rims (I already checked Craigslist)?
  8. General Discussion (Gen 3)
    So I just purchased a '15 SE in CA...and interestingly enough, they made me sign a waiver saying that metal chains may cause damage to the car electronics. Anyone know what all this is about? It sure is news to me! He said they have some plastic type of snow chains but that's all new to me...
  9. General Discussion (Gen 3)
    Hi guys, i have stuck in snow twice this winter. Awd sienna. Take me some time to get out of the trouble. Im thinking, I have awd, yes we all know sienna awd is not differential locked. However, it could distribute 50% of the torque to rear wheels. it gets me thinking, I assume if we do...
  10. Shopping, Test Driving & Service
    Sorry if this has been covered elsewhere, but I feel the need to explain my terrain before getting input. First of all, I really want advice from people who regularly deal with snow every year. I'm talking 2+ feet of it, frequently. I live in a mountainous terrain and I currently drive an 04...
  11. Anything Sienna
    Hi everyone has anyone driven their se model over snow. It appears to me that because of the front lower kit may come in contact with the less ground clearance.....wouldnt this be the same as driving a car with a bodykit over a speed bump . Thankyou please advise
  12. Anything Sienna
    I am the proud owner of an 07 xle. Just got it over weekend off an original owner. 89,000 miles on the van! I went with a front wheel drive version instead of awd simply because I already have a Lexus rx300. Just wondering if the Sienna does ok in the snow from others experiences? Does...
  13. Anything Sienna
    We are in VT. Have LOVED previas and had 2 sienna awds in the past. Had to downsize to a camry. Now we need more room again so, Thinking I could save money and buy the FWD instead.
  14. Tires, Wheels, & Tire Pressure Monitors (TPMS)
    Just got the 2006 AWD LE sport. Looking for tires for all weather conditions in NW, mostly rain and snow. Suggestions.
  15. General Discussion (Gen 3)
    This is my first winter in the Sienna after driving SUVs for the last decade or so. Maybe it's the weight of the fully loaded van or maybe it's the OEM tires, but I've been disappointed by the poor traction even in light slushy snow. I struggle to get traction if I'm stopped on a moderate hill...
  16. General Discussion (Gen 3)
    Hi guys, I just purchased a 2013 Sienna V6 FWD LE, and I'm just loving the car. But I have a quick question for you guys. How does the car perform in slush and light now? I know many will say just buy winter tires, but I live in Vancouver BC, and we only really see light snow maybe once or...
  17. General Discussion (Gen 3)
    I also listed these in the for-sale forum. It doesn't appear many people really look at that forum so I wanted to put it here as well. This is a set of 17" alloys from a 2010 Toyota Highlander with aftermarket TPMS and Bridgestone Blizzak tires. Each rim has a ding or two in them but overall...
  18. Buy Sell Trade & Group Buys
    Set of Four Toyota Highlander 17" rims with 235/60-17 Bridgestone Blizzaks and TPM Sensors installed/mounted/balanced. They have one season on them or about 7,000 miles. The tires were not rotated and the fronts wore much quicker than the rears. We had a warm winter and drive some very curvy...
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