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Our 04 LE just passed 275,000 mi (we bought is at 90,000). Plenty of parts replaced in the process - springs, struts,bearings, etc. It has rust that will eventually kill it but still drives smooth.

For our "new" 05 (153,000) I am going to install the AirLift springs to raise the back end a bit and hopefully prolong rear spring life in the process.
 

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Our 04 LE just passed 275,000 mi (we bought is at 90,000). Plenty of parts replaced in the process - springs, struts,bearings, etc. It has rust that will eventually kill it but still drives smooth.

For our "new" 05 (153,000) I am going to install the AirLift springs to raise the back end a bit and hopefully prolong rear spring life in the process.
Thanks Suddens and welcome to the forum . I am at 172k on my 06 and like you I have replaced quite a few parts . There is still a lot of life left in my 06. I don't have rust issues as I am in South Florida and not near the ocean. If you don't mind post back your airlift install for us to see. Regards
 

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I own a 2005 and just hit 854,000 original miles. Still original motor and trans. Still running strong!!
Congratulations!

Take good notes. Road & Track September 2019 had a well written article about putting 1M on a 1996 Lexus LS 400. Your Sienna could be next up.
 

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We have 195,600 on our 2005 LE. Car has been very reliable. We have replaced quite a few parts: radiator, AC compressor, exhaust, shocks (twice), fixing rust and then the regular maintenance like brakes and such.

But we are replacing it with a 2015 XLE. We want to get ahead of the rust killing it.
 
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