Toyota’s Sienna minivan has duked it out with Honda’s Odyssey for years, and these days, it faces fierce competition from the Chrysler Pacifica, too. It’s still a competitive cross-shop that’s worth looking into, however, especially if you’re in a climate where its available all-wheel drive is an asset — it’s the only such minivan on the market today.
Treated to a mild facelift for 2018, the Toyota Sienna comes with the company’s familiar and well-regarded 3.5-liter V6, tuned here to deliver 296 horsepower through its eight-speed automatic. Priced from $30,750 for the base L model, most Sienna buyers will likely find themselves spending closer to $40,000 by the time they add on a few creature comforts and advanced driver assist systems for maximum safety.
The Toyota Sienna has remained a popular choice among families in search of a well-built, nicely equipped minivan ever since it debuted in 1997. The third-generation Sienna debuted in 2010 and still makes a strong showing thanks to a number of updates over the years. For 2019, changes include the addition of standard Amazon Alexa and Apple CarPlay compatibility.
The 2019 Toyota Sienna is available with many of the safety and comfort features that families want, it has a roomy cabin for up to eight passengers and it stands out in its class for offering all-wheel drive.
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