The eight-passenger Toyota Sienna can carry the family plus a few friends in its roomy interior, featuring seven or eight seats depending on whether the second row of seats has a bench or two individual seats. All the seats have enough legroom for even an adult, and one option has recliners with footrests in the second row. The number of cupholders varies with trim package, but it can be as many as twelve.
With people come cargo, and the Sienna has no storage shortage, with lots of storage places for small items in the passenger section plus 39.1 cubic feet of storage space even with all seats in use. With all rows of seats folded flat, the Sienna has 150 cubic feet of storage space to carry large items. Folding the third-row seats flat into the floor leaves 87.1 cubic feet of cargo space.Toyota offers the Sienna in L, LE, SE, XLE and Limited trim levels to meet the varying needs of customers. L is standard and has such features as three 12V outlets, power windows and door locks, a four-speaker stereo system with AM/FM/CD and Sirius, as well as three-zone climate control.
Level LE adds power sliding rear doors,extra speakers, input jacks for AUX and USB, a rear backup camera, connectivity for Bluetooth, and a 3.5-inch multi-information display.
SE is a sportier version that adds performance-tuned suspension, 19-inch alloy wheels, and smoked rear taillights.
The XLE level offers perforated leather upholstery, a blind spot monitor, and a fixed center console with imitation wood trim.
Upgrading to Limited adds a premium audio system with a six-disc CD changer, dual sunroofs, and front and rear parking sonar.
Useful options for families include a navigation system, a dual-screen DVD rear entertainment system, and a multimedia system with various apps to meet long-trip entertainment needs.Safety is always a family concern, and the Sienna is easy to handle on busy freeways, with a 3.5-liter V-6 that gives plenty of power to its front-wheel drive. For those in the snow belt, all-wheel drive is available on some models. It has good fuel economy for its passenger capacity, rated at 18 mpg city/25 mpg highway if front-wheel drive. All-wheel drive lowers this to 16 mpg city/23 mpg highway.
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