Toyota might put the new Sienna with a whole new SUV than that of the minivan, that’s a super ambiguous intent that Toyota had with the Sienna this time.
The muscular body linings of the vehicle, powerful roof racking and a more flat hood than ever are what Toyota has curated to combat the likes of the Ford and Kia.
What goes as major missing is the V6 and V8 engine that you might be noticing and aspiring for and the rather engine offering that Toyota has planned is the hybrid with a front-wheel-drive as a standard and an all-wheel drive as an optional thing.
Although the acceleration of the vehicle is just normal and not so fantastically proven but the fuel economy is quite above an average piece of demeanor.
Toyota has made an input of a whole new Woodland Edition that comes as standard with an all-wheel-drive and gets also a 0.6-inch lift kit for better ground clearance.
There also rests a more intuitive set of accessories that would make your adventure a more lovable one including a towing hitch, a roof rack, a 1500 watt outlet for power.
The price bars set for the Toyota Sienna are quite affordable and interesting as per the prices juxtaposed with their variants and we would allow you to go with the XSE model that is more aggressive with the rear and front bumper, 20 inches of powerful wheels, comes also with an in-dash navigation system that is more of a charm to the driver.
Unlike what we have previously gotten with the ‘T Logo Toyota’ the rather newer edition of the Toyota Sienna goes more exclusive with the hybrid version.
The engine is anchored with a somewhat 2.5 liter, gasoline engine, four-cylinder appearance, a pair of electric motors that are exuding a somewhat 243 horsepower and we also have the option of the all-wheel-drive wherein Sienna receives another third electric motor that spins the rear wheels.
Although the vehicle is power-packed but failed to deliver the charm that it bragged of and the rather acceleration was not that up to the mark and took nearly 7.7 seconds to reach 0 to 60 km.
The Safety Sense 2.0 package of the Driver Assistance Feature comes as a standard piece of equipment and the sensors like the 360 degrees camera system are offered as that of an optional deal.
These are some of the features that are offered,
- Adaptive cruise control as standard
- Lane departure warning system
- Lane-keeping assist system
- The automated emergency braking system
- Pedestrian detection system