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2018 Toyota Sienna Introduction


The Toyota Sienna has something special going for it. If you need an all-wheel-drive minivan, look no farther than the Sienna. Actually, there’s nowhere else to look, as the Sienna is the only one, and thank you Toyota because it’s a good one.

The Sienna is focused on family, being roomy, versatile and reliable. It seats seven passengers with second-row captain’s chairs, or eight with the standard three-position bench. Side-curtain airbags protect occupants in all three rows. A rearview camera with 180-degree view is standard. Outward visibility is excellent.

Sienna got a new powertrain for 2017, a direct-injection 3.5-liter V6 mated to a new 8-speed automatic.

The 2018 Sienna gets a new front bumper, side sheetmetal, updated infotainment with more USB ports, new rear-seat entertainment system, and more safety equipment standard. It comes in five trim levels, with all-wheel drive available in three. It gets 22 EPA Combined miles per gallon with front-wheel drive, and 2 less mpg with awd.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gives the Sienna five stars overall, with four stars for frontal crash and rollover. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety ranked the Sienna Good in most areas, but only Acceptable for the small-overlap frontal crash procedure.

Available safety features include forward collision warning, adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, and parking sensors front and rear. With a towing package, a Sienna can haul 3500 pounds, a small boat for example.

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