Quoting Squid Kid:" I work in a toy store and a while ago, we had a little autistic boy looking for some toys (He was the ... [snip!] ... special needs or you know a child who does? I just want to be able to help more next time, especially with Christmas coming up."
It just depends on the specific child. Sensory issues are very prevalent among children on the spectrum, but some children are sensory seeking, while some are avoidant, and some may be sensory seeking in one area and avoidant in another.
One child with autism might like something that is really noisy or bright but another might be completely overwhelmed by it.