Los Angeles,CA (PRWEB) June 21, 2012
While Edmunds.com is effusive in its praise for the Toyota Sienna, saying, “Buyers looking for a smart choice in the minivan segment will undoubtedly find themselves considering the Toyota Sienna. Since its introduction in 1998, the Sienna has won over families with its versatility, features, safety record and reputation for reliability. There have been three Sienna generations. The newest one is the most capable and stylish yet, but just about any year of Sienna comes recommended.” However, the experts at the website also warn, “When considering a used first-generation Sienna, you should take a careful look at its maintenance records, as a small percentage of Siennas from this era were susceptible to engine problems when not treated to regular oil changes.”
As the engine is such an obviously key component of any car, it is worrisome that the first-generation Sienna has had some problems with the engine. For drivers of this or any generation of the Sienna, replacing an engine can be a troublesome, difficult, and costly venture. Thankfully, automotive recycling exists for drivers such as these, making purchasing a new part easier and more cost-efficient than purchasing straight from the manufacturer.
For those needing to replace a Sienna engine, TLS Auto Recycling is a great resource for straightforward and friendly recycled car part shopping. A team of customer service experts will help each and every customer find the Sienna part that is right for them, and with over 1,000 parts for various makes and years of the Sienna, it is essentially a guarantee that the part desired will be in stock. If that Sienna starts acting oddly and needs a new engine, TLS Auto Recycling is here to provide.