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#1 Old 05-24-2005, 10:14 PM
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Sienna CE vs LE

It seems that most posts on the Net regarding Siennas are about loaded
models. Does anyone have experience with the low-end trim model, the
CE? I'm not wanting any of the options packages offered with the LE,
so the CE (even with roof rack and cruise control added on) is
considerably cheaper.

The differences between CE and LE mostly seem like small convenience
features like "license plate garnish" (I love that one), folding
passenger seat, etc. I do hesitate at losing the privacy glass in the
back, and wonder at the "heat absorbent" glass in the front. Not sure
if I should worry about the engine immobilizer.

Did anyone shop the CE? Is there something substantive that I should
worry about?

Thanks,
Duffy Tweedy

 
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#2 Old 05-25-2005, 12:26 PM
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Re: Sienna CE vs LE

I do know that Sienna CE and LE does not offer any advance safty options at
all which every trim of Honda Odyssy comes with standard. For example, 3 row
side curtain air bag, VSC. That is another reason my next van will be a
Honda, not a Toy any more.

Regards,

<duffytweedy@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1116990886.244046.178340@g49g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...[color=blue]
> It seems that most posts on the Net regarding Siennas are about loaded
> models. Does anyone have experience with the low-end trim model, the
> CE? I'm not wanting any of the options packages offered with the LE,
> so the CE (even with roof rack and cruise control added on) is
> considerably cheaper.
>
> The differences between CE and LE mostly seem like small convenience
> features like "license plate garnish" (I love that one), folding
> passenger seat, etc. I do hesitate at losing the privacy glass in the
> back, and wonder at the "heat absorbent" glass in the front. Not sure
> if I should worry about the engine immobilizer.
>
> Did anyone shop the CE? Is there something substantive that I should
> worry about?
>
> Thanks,
> Duffy Tweedy
>[/color]


 
#3 Old 05-25-2005, 01:36 PM
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Re: Sienna CE vs LE


<duffytweedy@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1116990886.244046.178340@g49g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...[color=blue]
> It seems that most posts on the Net regarding Siennas are about loaded
> models. Does anyone have experience with the low-end trim model, the
> CE? I'm not wanting any of the options packages offered with the LE,
> so the CE (even with roof rack and cruise control added on) is
> considerably cheaper.
>
> The differences between CE and LE mostly seem like small convenience
> features like "license plate garnish" (I love that one), folding
> passenger seat, etc. I do hesitate at losing the privacy glass in the
> back, and wonder at the "heat absorbent" glass in the front. Not sure
> if I should worry about the engine immobilizer.
>
> Did anyone shop the CE? Is there something substantive that I should
> worry about?
>
> Thanks,
> Duffy Tweedy
>[/color]

got here

[url]www.siennaclub.org[/url]

great source of sienna info


 
#4 Old 05-25-2005, 09:00 PM
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Re: Sienna CE vs LE


"Pierce" <SpamMeAtYourOwnRisk@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> I do know that Sienna CE and LE does not offer any advance safty options[/color]
at[color=blue]
> all which every trim of Honda Odyssy comes with standard. For example, 3[/color]
row[color=blue]
> side curtain air bag, VSC. That is another reason my next van will be a
> Honda, not a Toy any more.
>
> Regards,[/color]

The above paragraphic is not true in regards to the LE. Basically the only
options you can get with the CE is Cruise Control and a roof rack.

With the LE, option #3 includes driver and front passenger seat-mounted side
and three-row side curtain airbags (among other things). Option #5 includes
Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), traction control (TRAC), ABS and 4-wheel
disc brakes (among other things).

There is no AWD option on the Honda, which is another reason why my next van
will be a AWD Toyota Sienna.

Later.



 
#5 Old 05-27-2005, 07:25 PM
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Re: Sienna CE vs LE

[email]duffytweedy@gmail.com[/email] wrote:
[color=blue]
> It seems that most posts on the Net regarding Siennas are about loaded
> models. Does anyone have experience with the low-end trim model, the
> CE? I'm not wanting any of the options packages offered with the LE,
> so the CE (even with roof rack and cruise control added on) is
> considerably cheaper.
>
> The differences between CE and LE mostly seem like small convenience
> features like "license plate garnish" (I love that one), folding
> passenger seat, etc. I do hesitate at losing the privacy glass in the
> back, and wonder at the "heat absorbent" glass in the front. Not sure
> if I should worry about the engine immobilizer.
>
> Did anyone shop the CE? Is there something substantive that I should
> worry about?
>
> Thanks,
> Duffy Tweedy
>
>[/color]

We have a 1999 Sienna CE. I has everything we need. We don't any
issues with power sliding doors because it doesnt have them.

 
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