This might belong in Buy/Sell forum but since mechanics hang out here I felt it a better place to post.
My Sienna XLE,which I have owned since new,currently has 93K miles on it. It has had regular oil/filter changes at 3k intervals,transmission fluid replacement every 30k,accessory belt as needed and water pump with timing chain replaced at 89k. There have been recalls which I have had performed and to date no major mechanical issues(???)
Current issues include:
a driver’s side passenger door that will not close(reverses when it gets near to closing),
rear tailgate hatch that also reverses sporadically when near closing( seems to happen more when vehicle is parked on a incline)
head lights and dashboard light that flicker very sporadically when using the control switch as a turn indicator and moving headlights from low to high beam
cracked dashboard that will be replaced if I own the vehicle when the replacement is actually available ( I believe Toyota is banking on attrition to take care of this issue as i have been told it will be at least a year before my replacement is available
All of which brings me to ask if I should consider keeping this vehicle,which my wife enjoys traveling in for any significant distance or should I replace it with something less prone to recurring mechanical issues due to age and mileage? If I keep it what are expected major issues I can expect?
Thanks for the thoughts