2007 Toyota Sienna

(6 Reviews)


2007 Toyota Sienna Review Summaries

What reviewers liked most about the Toyota Sienna

  • There is a conversation mirror so the driver can keep in contact with rear seat-mounted kiddies and there is that nifty middle seat of the middle row that slides forward to allow parents in the front to tend to a small person in a child seat.

    - AutoWeek
  • On the features and gizmos front, the Sienna meets or beats practically every other minivan player, offering everything from a power hatch to all-wheel drive.

    - Car and Driver
  • The 3.3-liter V6 performs admirably and offers a 20-horsepower advantage over the 3.0-liter six it replaces for a total of 230 hp.

    - Edmunds.com
  • It's considerably larger than last year's model, and about $1,000 cheaper. It offers more cargo space than the full-size Sequoia sport-utility yet retails for $10,000 less.

    - New Car Test Drive
  • The options list on the 2009 Toyota Sienna would be right at home on a luxury-brand vehicle.

    - The Car Connection
  • Seven or eight people aboard (depending on seating options) will be comfortable in the new Sienna -- even in the rearmost seat.

    - The Car Connection

What reviewers liked least about the Toyota Sienna

  • Each outboard seat weighs 48 pounds, the narrower center one tipped our scales at 54 pounds (it's reinforced to carry shoulder-belt loads in a crash).

    - Car and Driver

Toyota Sienna Comparisons

  • This Sienna is larger, more powerful and more refined than the first generation -- three attributes that will help it compete against the hugely popular Odyssey and Chrysler minivans.

    - Edmunds.com
  • The third-row seats fold flush into a well a la Honda Odyssey, one-upping the Honda in that they split 60/40.

    - Road & Track

Best one-liner about the Toyota Sienna

  • Take that, Honda Odyssey!

    - Canadian Driver
  • But the number of phony trees that must be fake felled to decorate every XLE Limited's doors, dash and steering wheel would make the CEO of Georgia-Pacific gasp.

    - The Car Connection

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