MSRP
$26,300

Review Summaries

What reviewers liked most about the Toyota Sienna

  • From its leg-rest-equipped reclining second-row seats to the split-screen entertainment system that allows the kids to watch two separate programs simultaneously, the Sienna never fails to delight. It's also the only minivan to offer the option of all-wheel drive.

    - Kelley Blue Book

What reviewers liked least about the Toyota Sienna

  • (Sienna) suffers from the same questionable style and material quality found in its sedan sibling, the Camry. Its interior layout is also less user-friendly than it could be.

    - Automobile
  • Unfortunately, when the Sienna is loaded with passengers and cargo, the 4-cylinder just doesn't have the added reserves required for rapid passing and merging maneuvers.

    - Kelley Blue Book

Toyota Sienna Comparisons

  • ...the 3.5-liter V-6 is much more lively than Honda's engine, with an impressive power delivery that continues to gain steam all the way to redline. And the ride quality is marginally more supple than that in the Odyssey. All in all, it adds up to a better driving experience than what the Odyssey offers.

    - Automobile
  • The Sienna competes in a crowded field that includes the upscale Chrysler Town & Country, the low-cost Kia Sedona and radically styled Nissan Quest.

    - Kelley Blue Book

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