For 2013, all Siennas get the 3.5-liter V6 with 266 horsepower and a six-speed automatic. The four-cylinder has been dropped. The Sienna is rated to get up to 25 MPG on the highway, pretty reasonable for a seven-passenger vehicle. Base models and LE, XLE and Limited models equipped with optional all-wheel drive can seat up to 8 passengers, with LATCH child seat connectors in both second and third rows. Also standard across the board are full-length curtain airbags, front and side airbags for front seat occupants and a driver's knee airbag.
The base Sienna comes with 17-inch alloy wheels, power windows, locks and mirrors, three-zone air conditioning, SiriusXM satellite radio and a tilt- and-telescoping steering wheel. LE adds an 8-seat option, power sliding doors and privacy glass, as well as opening up the option of all-wheel drive and touchscreen navigation with Toyota's Entune system. XLE adds fog lights, power liftgate, leather seats and offers a DVD Rear Entertainment System. The SE is the sportiest Sienna, with a ground- effects kit, 19-inch alloy wheels and sports suspension. The Limited is the most luxurious, with JBL audio and second-row lounge chairs. All 2013 Siennas get ToyotaCare complementary maintenance.
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The Honda Odyssey is the chief competitor to the Sienna. It also offers 8-seat capabilities on all but the base model and has a smooth V6. The Odyssey also offers features such as 5.1 surround audio and a refrigerated cubby to cool drinks. But no Odyssey is available with all-wheel drive and safety features like blind-spot monitoring are only available on the most expensive version. The Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Grand Caravan twins come with Stow 'n Go, the company's novel second and third-row seat folding system. These vans are also available with cross-path detection and two DVD screens. But no Chrysler Group minivan will seat eight people, the quality isn't quite as high as the Sienna and certain features drive the Town & Country's price high.
The Sienna remains one of, if not the, best choice for minivan shoppers. A wide variety of trim levels and available all-wheel drive mean it's a smart buy for most shoppers.
The base trim Sienna comes with power windows, locks with remote keyless entry and mirrors, 17-inch alloy wheels and seating for seven. It also comes with SiriusXM satellite radio, AUX input, a split-folding third-row seat, cruise control and a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel.
The Sienna LE upgrades the standard minivan with popular features such as dual power sliding doors and heated outside mirrors. Privacy glass, roof rails and a chrome grille surround distinguish the LE. Inside, the LE gets easy-clean fabric seats for 2013, along with an 8-way power driver's seat and automatic climate control. The upgraded six-speaker audio system adds Bluetooth and iPod connectivity. A 3.5-inch information display on the dash shows the image from the standard backup camera, as well as trip computer information. Steering wheel controls are also standard, as is an overhead console with a conversation mirror and Homelink. A fixed console between the front seats is standard and adds two cupholders. A 6.1-inch touchscreen with navigation and Toyota's Entune infotainment system is optional, along with an anti-theft system, all-wheel drive and 8-passenger seating.
For buyers looking for a minivan that rivals a luxury car in terms of equipment and technology, the Limited comes furnished with features such as auto-dimming outside mirrors that dip down when you select reverse. The Limited gets 18-inch alloy wheels as standard and a satin-finish grille. A premium JBL audio system is standard, as are two-tone seats and the blind-spot warning system. Second-row seats are two lounge chairs that incorporate footrests and slide back further than the standard captain's chairs. A keyless entry and start system is standard. The Limited Convenience Package gets HID headlamps and rain-sensing wipers. The Limited Advanced Technology Package includes radar-guided cruise control and a pre-collision warning system. The Limited Navigation Package includes a 7-inch touchscreen navigation system with a Panorama Camera. The Limited Premium Package adds rear DVD Entertainment to the Navigation Package.
The SE is the sportiest Sienna, trying to prove you don't have to lose all of your street cred by driving a minivan. The SE comes with front- wheel drive and eight seats. Outside, it rides on 19-inch alloy wheels and sports a ground-effects kit and mesh gray grille. This Sienna also has a sports-tuned suspension. Inside, the seats are covered in leatherette with fabric inserts and the instruments have white faces. A power moonroof and blind-spot warning system are optional, as is the DualView DVD Entertainment System. The Navigation with Entune Package includes Toyota's Entune and a 6.1-inch touchscreen navigation system.
Moving to the XLE brings standard equipement like automatic headlamps, fog lights, power liftgate, power moonroof and leather seats with woodgrain trim and heated settings for front passengers. Eight-passenger seating is standard on front-wheel drive XLEs – opting for all-wheel drive limits seating to seven. The optional Entertainment Package adds a DVD screen with the ability to split the screen to show two different images. The XLE Premium Package includes the Entertainment Package, along with a 7-inch touchscreen navigation system, rear parking sensors, Toyota's SafetyConnect telecommunications and keyless entry and start. Toyota's Entune system and blind-spot warning system are also options.
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|Build & Price|
2013 Toyota Sienna$22,485 | 26,900 mi
2012 Toyota Sienna$21,450 | 35,574 mi
2012 Toyota Sienna$28,999 | 47,126 mi
2012 Toyota Sienna$29,486 | 22,055 mi
2012 Toyota Sienna$29,876 | 17,069 mi
2012 Toyota Sienna$30,990 | 26,223 mi
2012 Toyota Sienna$30,995 | 18,780 mi
2012 Toyota Sienna$33,290 | 18,749 mi
2011 Toyota Sienna$18,500 | 119,709 mi
2011 TOYOTA SIENNA$18,976 | 61,124 mi
2011 Toyota Sienna$19,000 | 54,458 mi
2011 Toyota Sienna$21,997 | 70,977 mi
2011 Toyota Sienna$22,848 | 56,938 mi
2011 Toyota Sienna$25,999 | 42,990 mi
2010 Toyota Sienna$22,300 | 60,725 mi
2010 Toyota Sienna$24,885 | 49,013 mi
2009 Toyota Sienna$12,895 | 87,873 mi
2009 Toyota Sienna$14,935 | 86,034 mi
2008 Toyota Sienna$10,988 | 112,295 mi
2008 Toyota Sienna$11,762 | 85,958 mi
2007 Toyota Sienna$9,395 | 132,398 mi
2007 Toyota Sienna$14,500 | 94,000 mi
2007 Toyota Sienna$14,786 | 91,129 mi
2007 Toyota Sienna$16,480 | 82,131 mi
2006 Toyota Sienna$12,559 | 78,670 mi
2005 Toyota Sienna$7,499 | 129,433 mi
2005 Toyota Sienna$7,995 | 119,135 mi
2002 Toyota Sienna$6,995 | 157,166 mi
economy, but doesn't offer all-wheel drive.
Powerful V6, but gets expensive and interior quality falls short.
Among the most versatile, but interior quality isn't class-leading.
Solid build quality, distinctive styling and lots of power and torque.