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TOYOTA Sienna   2020 2022
2020 2022

Toyota made the Sienna as a family carrier, and, in 2020, it unveiled the fourth minivan built for the North-American market.
The Sienna was planned to be unveiled at the 2020 New York International Auto Show, but due to the world COVID-19 pandemic, the show was canceled. The Japanese car-maker didn’t give up and unveiled it online in May 2020. The minivan was based on the Toyota TNGA-K platform (Toyota New Global Architecture-K) used for the Highlander range. But that didn’t transform the MPV into an SUV.

The exterior design was not one of the best in class, nor best in Toyota’s lineup. The front apron featured a grille so prominent that it almost covered it. There were only a few areas that were untouched by the horizontal slats. Above the bumper, the slim headlights, which might have fit better on a Camry, featured the daytime running lights. The greenhouse featured a slightly sloped roof and two thick, D-pillars in the back. The tailgate looked like the Corolla station-wagon inspired it. The sculptured door panels and rear fenders made the car a little bit more appealing on the sides.

The interior was the one that stood out with its three-row seating position. The ceiling was the mounting area for the rear infotainment system, so the back’s kids won’t get too bored before reaching the destination. The trunk was big, mostly if the third row was not in use.

The Sienna was fitted with only one powertrain: the hybrid system. It was powered by a 2.5-liter Atkinson engine and an electric motor. Both were mated to a CVT gearbox.

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TOYOTA Sienna   2017 2020
2017 2020

The U.S. MPV market was highly competitive and forced the carmakers to improve their vehicles more often than other cars, and Toyota needed to keep the pace.

Toyota introduced the third generation of the Sienna in 2010, and by 2017 it already improved it a few times. But that didn’t stop the Japanese carmaker from bringing new changes, and some were significant.

On the outside, the 2017 Sienna featured a new front fascia with a broad, trapezoidal-shaped lower grille on the front bumper. It was flanked by two LED fog lights placed in individual clusters on the apron’s outer sides. Apart from that, the carmaker considered including a laminated windshield and front side windows.

Toyota made an important step forward in the safety department introducing the TSS-P system, which included pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, auto-braking, or the lane-keep assist. For the interior, the Japanese carmaker upgraded the entire range to the Entune 3.0 multimedia system. It featured a live-traffic map for all the trim levels, while the upper ones received WiFi connectivity for up to five devices via 4G LTE. Toyota introduced a JBL sound system with a 10.1” subwoofer as an option for the SE and XLE trim levels and standard for the Limited.

Starting with the 2017 Sienna, Toyota dropped the six-speed automatic gearbox and replaced it with a newly developed eight-speed unit, which sent the power to the front axle or in all corners.

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TOYOTA Sienna   2014 2017
2014 2017

While the minivans market was not so big as before since the SUV and crossover one increased their importance, the Sienna took the challenge to fight for that niche market.
The 2014 Sienna minivan reached its third generation in 2010. It was upgraded in 2014 and was the only MPV with an available all-wheel-drive system. It was something that you couldn’t get in a Honda Odyssey or Chrisler Town&Country from the same period.

From the outside, the Sienna tried hard not to look like a box on wheels. The designers imagined a short hood and placed a mesh-grille with motorsports theme inspiration. For easy access, Toyota installed two regular doors at the front and two power-sliding in the rear. At the back, a big power-tailgate offered easier access to the trunk. The big, horizontal taillights were shaped to cover a part of the D-pillars and a part of the tailgate.

Inside, like any other minivan in its class, the Sienna offered room for up to eight passengers. The middle row could have been changed for a pair of captain seats for those who want to provide more comfort for their families or friends. In the third folding and stow-away row, there was enough room for two adults. The instrument cluster was easy to read for the driver with a mix of analog dials and LCD panel.

The Sienna featured a 266 hp V6 under the hood, mated to a standard 6-speed automatic transmission. For the SE version, it was fitted with bigger wheels and a stiffer suspension.

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TOYOTA Sienna   2010 2014
2010 2014

The third generation of Toyota’s family minivan was unveiled during the 2009 Los Angeles Auto Show in December following to enter the market in February 2010 as a 2011 model.
The people carrier comes with a new and aggressive exterior design, that announces the car’s sportier handling. The suspension was firmed up and the handling sharpened in order to offer a driving experience closer to that of a sedan. Toyota also introduced a new 6-speed sequential automatic transmission and a new 2.7-liter straight four petrol engine alongside the old 3.5-liter V6.

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TOYOTA Sienna   2004 2009
2004 2009

Toyota Sienna is a minivan manufactured by the Japanese company since 1998 and especially addressed to the North American market.
The Sienna is the successor of Toyota Previa and shares the platform and the engine with Toyota Camry. The 2004 version of the car was first unveiled at the 2003 edition of the Detroit Auto Show and, if the first generation was manufactured in Georgetown, Kentucky, the production was now moved to Princeton, Indiana. The new generation of Sienna came with a couple of new features, including rear parking sensors, rear view camera, kid view mirror and a navigation system.

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TOYOTA Sienna   1998 2003
1998 2003

In late 1997, Toyota launched the front wheel drive MY 1998 Sienna in the North American market as a replacement for the mid-engined Previa.
The Sienna debuted with a 3.0-liter 1MZ-FE V6 engine rated at 194 hp (145 kW) and 209 lb·ft (284 N·m) of torque.

Built on an extended platform of the Camry, the Sienna was appropriately marketed as the “Camry of minivans,” capitalizing on the Toyota Camry’s popularity and reputation. It came in three trim levels, CE, LE, and XLE. The LE and XLE models were equipped with 2nd row captain’s chairs while the CE models came equipped with a 2nd row 2-passenger bench seat.

The driver side sliding door and roof rack were standard on the LE and XLE models, but were optional on the CE models. The XLE models offered leather seats and a wood trim package. The Sienna also touted best-in-class fuel economy of 16 city/22 highway miles per gallon. It was built in Georgetown, Kentucky. A year after its release, the Sienna faced new competition from the redesigned Honda Odyssey minivan, which was larger and offered a V6 like the Sienna.

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