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Toyota Sienna 2004

Toyota Sienna 2004. 2004 Toyota Sienna CE Minivan

  • 2004 Toyota Sienna CE Minivan



  • vand0576
    Sep 1, 01:20 PM
    Dammit, I just spent $3200 on a MacBook Pro 3 months ago! Apple is going to drive me into the poor house if they don't stop making stuff I want to buy.

    Get some goddamned control man!





    Toyota Sienna 2004. 2004 Toyota Sienna CE 8
  • 2004 Toyota Sienna CE 8



  • doberman211
    Mar 22, 10:21 PM
    Uncompressed. That IS the key. Friends don't let friends buy compressed faux music. And play your uncompressed music with your tube amps and AR 3a speakers. Howz that for classic?

    Pretty damn accurate. 5 channel surround sound on my dock connector and I can hear my speakers from across the road. Though people sometimes complain about it:p

    I don't live near any senior citizens so sometimes i just ask for requests if its nothing completely ridiculous like Bieber. I only keep ~5000 songs on the iPod because i recently lost my entire music library and have been slowly rebuilding it on an SSD which is much more reliable.





    Toyota Sienna 2004. 2004–2006 Toyota Sienna LE
  • 2004–2006 Toyota Sienna LE



  • AaronMT
    Nov 23, 02:52 PM
    A month renew of World of Warcraft. Haven't played in three years, and just installed the mac client.





    Toyota Sienna 2004. Toyota Sienna 2005. 2004-2005
  • Toyota Sienna 2005. 2004-2005



  • MaxMike
    Nov 27, 12:17 PM
    Thanks to Black Friday, I ended up with...
    -LG Blu-Ray Player
    -HDMI Switch
    -The Hangover on Blu-Ray
    -Grown Ups on Blu-Ray
    -HDMI Cable
    -Need for Speed Hot Pursuit
    -A hard drive cover for my HP tablet I got for free





    Toyota Sienna 2004. Toyota Sienna car(2004
  • Toyota Sienna car(2004



  • iMikeT
    Nov 28, 05:08 PM
    It's funny when Soledad asks if it can do email. She might have thought so because of its size compared with the Blackberry. And then she whips out the shuffle... OMG that is classic.

    Does anyone remember Soledad in a kid's computer TV show some years back? She played a computer....


    I love how the guy presenting the Zune was speechless after Soledad brings out her shuffle.:D





    Toyota Sienna 2004. 2004 Toyota Sienna
  • 2004 Toyota Sienna



  • Frisco
    Sep 6, 09:41 PM
    After following all this stuff today, I am really concerned about whateverthehell it is that will be announced next week. There seems to
    be limited interest in movie downloads, when there are already good alternatives (netflix, the local video shop, etc.) There are definitely some
    questions if that would/will even fly. I, for one, don't really care if I rent. I have a bunch of DVD movies, but rarely view them more than twice. So... even though an apple movie download service comes along, I really wonder how successful it will be. Which leads me to wonder... The Steve is not dumb. He is not going to order up a special meeting like this for something that may turn out to be nothing... Hell, it is apparently viewed by apple as much more important than the introduction of the 24" iMac, which is a heck of an interesting gadget. Do you think that there may be some REALLY BIG new technological/hardware gizmo being intro'd? Something that makes the movie store just a minor part of a larger picture. I keep thinking, Apple is a hardware company. Always has been. SHOW ME THE HARDWARE!

    Agreed! On-Demand is the future for movies. It just needs more of a selection then it's perfect.

    Downloading movies is of limited interest to most people. Just give up the Mac Media Center (iHome) and we'll all be happy campers come Tuesday!





    Toyota Sienna 2004. 2004 Toyota Sienna 5dr CE FWD
  • 2004 Toyota Sienna 5dr CE FWD



  • treblah
    Aug 6, 09:46 PM
    I became a hard core Mac user after Panther was released. I was wondering if Apple took stabs at Microsoft when they were introducing Panther. :confused:

    They did at WWDC '04 (when Tiger was introduced) with slogans like "Redmond, Start Your Photocopiers" and the word "Longhorn" in the Spotlight search field. ;)





    Toyota Sienna 2004. Product shot of Toyota Sienna
  • Product shot of Toyota Sienna



  • Josias
    Oct 23, 07:45 AM
    yes baby. give me my mormom MBP!:D

    I stopped wondering whether they'll come at all...;)





    Toyota Sienna 2004. into 2004 Toyota Sienna
  • into 2004 Toyota Sienna



  • lorductape
    Jan 12, 10:19 AM
    if you look at the codenames for many products, and I'm talking about way back to the apple II days, air seems more like a codename for a product than the product name itself. Maybe they will announce something like they did with the "iTV" and refer to it by its codename, because they don't have a name yet and it's not even out for official release yet.





    Toyota Sienna 2004. 2004 Toyota Sienna Xle Limited
  • 2004 Toyota Sienna Xle Limited



  • prodigee
    Feb 27, 05:05 PM
    Changed it up a bit.

    http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5054/5483768370_423466b4b2_b.jpg

    http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5260/5483175217_83c32f59b9_b.jpg





    Toyota Sienna 2004. Toyota Sienna 2004 Data,
  • Toyota Sienna 2004 Data,



  • SuperCachetes
    Mar 2, 03:01 PM
    The VW diesels are very well-built cars. A friend bought an '09 Jetta TDI and he is satisfied with it. I checked out the BMW 335d at the Detroit Auto show a year ago or so, and while I like the car BMW only offers it as a sedan and the base price is a laughably expensive $44k. If you won't buy a VW and want a newish diesel, your only other vaguely affordable option is a used W210/W211 (1996-2009) Mercedes Benz E-Class diesel. Nice cars, but you'll have to find one and it will be used (and not particularly cheap).

    Are the Diesel versions built in Germany?

    The Jetta I have is a 2000 1.8T, assembled in Puebla, and I would not call it "well-built" at all. I won't go so far as to call it a lemon, but there's evidence of poor engineering and poor assembly throughout the car. I suppose it was a first-year model...

    In hindsight, I do wish I'd have gotten the Diesel variant of the era, but all in all, I still think I could've done better with a Honda. YMMV.





    Toyota Sienna 2004. 2004 Toyota Sienna interior
  • 2004 Toyota Sienna interior



  • vincenz
    Apr 3, 01:10 AM
    Great ad, love the new direction





    Toyota Sienna 2004. 2004 Toyota Sienna Limited
  • 2004 Toyota Sienna Limited



  • ezekielrage_99
    Aug 27, 07:33 PM
    If they bring out a core2duo mac mini it will be faster than my 18month old power mac.

    cant see it happening, they might go for a faster core duo in the mac mini and macbook then core 2 duo in iMac and Macbook pro

    I would have said the same about the Mac Mini getting a Core Duo about 10 months ago.





    Toyota Sienna 2004. 2004 Toyota Sienna Limited
  • 2004 Toyota Sienna Limited



  • Zwhaler
    Aug 21, 12:35 PM
    Yeah, if the Zune can't even play videos, what makes anyone think it will be even nearly competable with the next iPod? I think that either the Zune is gonna suck, or they are gonna surprise with an honestly good music player.





    Toyota Sienna 2004. Used 2004 Toyota Sienna Used
  • Used 2004 Toyota Sienna Used



  • MagnusVonMagnum
    Oct 20, 03:33 PM
    Consumer Reports has always been corrupt and in it to tear down companies.

    What a crock of nonsense. :rolleyes:

    Apparently, your idea of "corrupt" is to tell the truth about products instead of letting unsafe, Chinese garbage get pushed on the world with millions in advertising, but not a useful word in the bunch. Do you think Apple is going to advertise their antenna problem or Suzuki is going to brag that their vehicle is more likely to roll over than most other vehicles on the road? Heck no. Most magazines take money directly from the manufacturers that advertise in their magazines and thus have a total conflict of interests. Here's a magazine that doesn't take a dime from advertisers and thus has no reason to pick on anyone or lie about anything. But YOU call that "corruption." That's like Republicans saying they will create jobs (and leave out the "in China" part).





    Toyota Sienna 2004. 2004 Toyota Sienna
  • 2004 Toyota Sienna



  • ChrisA
    Jul 18, 03:28 PM
    How many of you who buy DVDs watch them more then once? More then twice? More than 20 times? Ok I've bought videos for my kids whaen they were in preschool nd they watched the same video 20 times in a row over a two week priod. So I'll aks "how many adults would want to watch the same DVD multiple times?" I figure almost no one would. So why buy a video. Renting seems the best. So now what you do is find a rental outfit that has the best terms

    Apple will have the problem of balancing video quality with download times. I think a DVD quality feature film can be compressed down to 1GB. That's hours of time for most people so I doubt they will ofer that quality. So who wants to watch a poor quality movie? Someone I'm sure won't care and all Apple needs is 0.1% of the market to sell millions





    Toyota Sienna 2004. TOYOTA SIENNA 2004 - 2008
  • TOYOTA SIENNA 2004 - 2008



  • thechris69
    Sep 1, 02:17 PM
    question.... would conroe or merom be better in the imac???

    all apple has to do is make some extra ram space and make the gpu upgradeable...;)





    Toyota Sienna 2004. 2004 Toyota Sienna oil change
  • 2004 Toyota Sienna oil change



  • thechris69
    Sep 1, 02:17 PM
    question.... would conroe or merom be better in the imac???

    all apple has to do is make some extra ram space and make the gpu upgradeable...;)





    Toyota Sienna 2004. 2004 Toyota Sienna XLE
  • 2004 Toyota Sienna XLE



  • twoodcc
    Mar 22, 10:15 PM
    Congrats to designed for reaching 1 million.

    yes, congrats to designed for 1 million points!

    and congrats to you, whiterabbit for 11 million points!

    but why is it not showing you hit 11 million points for the team?


    I'm assuming that frame times refer to the steps FahCore reports? If that's the case, they seem to be around the 33 minute mark to do the 1% of the bigadv-package.

    yes, each frame is 1% of a WU. 33:00 is pretty good. keep it up!





    KeriJane
    Apr 9, 04:56 PM
    Yes, I can drive manual.

    My father was too cheap to buy an automatic car and the cars I could afford when I was younger were all manual.
    I didn't actually start with a car. My first motor vehicle was a Yamaha 60, which was a full-sized motorcycle with a 60cc engine and a... manual transmission!

    1st car= 1968 SAAB 96 with 3 cylinders and a manual transmission! It was loads of fun and sounded like nothing else except maybe a very angry snowmobile.

    Nowdays, 2 of my last 3 Toyota Tercels were automatics. I wish for manual a lot as the autos are a bit sluggish and not as economical.



    Have Fun,
    Keri

    PS. I may have a really fun manual car pretty soon.





    Hraggleblarg
    Sep 29, 10:41 PM
    Every time I go by CR's reviews, I make a terrible purchase... I wonder what that says.





    adam1185
    Aug 6, 09:28 PM
    "Hasta la Vista, Vista" image on flickr:
    http://www.flickr.com/photo_zoom.gne?id=207241970&context=photostream&size=l

    :D


    Too bad that image doesn't actually show it :(





    SciFrog
    Mar 30, 08:58 AM
    I decided I don't need to right now so it's back to bigadv units now.

    Your PPD has improved a lot :eek:

    Still no new Mac Pro announced...

    On another note, I updated four computer to 10.6.3 that were running a3 and all of them resumed and finished. Can't wait for a3 bigadv.

    Also rumors are all over the place for PPD on the new Nvidia GTX 480. Soem say 13k PPD, some say 29k...





    wordoflife
    Nov 27, 10:01 PM
    http://www.pittsburghhotplate.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/starbucks_il_divino.jpg

    Was in the mood for one of these while getting my Mac looked at by a Genius..



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