2000 Toyota Sienna XLE
I bought it with 208,000 and now has 244,000 with no problems. Transmission pan has a drain plug with a 10mm allen plug in it. The vehicle is easy to work on and smarter then american cars as far as lay out. Take off 4 bolts, wiper arms and unplug the wiper motor and you remove the whole assembly in 5 minutes. Changed water pump and timing belt on a saturday as an update for many care free miles. Parts are cheap and easy to change. The van uses cheap tires and the ride is great. I plan to run this to 300,000 so i keep the oil changed every 2500. TSB from toyota says the 3.0 liter has a sludge problem so change oil more often. When i replaced the valve cover gaskets i didnt see a sludge build up at all. I use high mileage valvoline from walmart and a mobile 1 filter. Great van and with no alcohol gas i get 23 -24 mpg. I am pretty sold on the toyota sienna and will buy another when this one quits. A 2000 vehicle with no rust. Why would i buy a dodge or ford van as they look like junk even 10 years old.