The 2019 Toyota Sienna represents the 8th year since Toyota minivan was fully redesigned. Although it is received wonderful updates in that time, all of its rivals have been fully redesigned since then, most notably the Honda Odyssey and Chrysler Pacifica. That said, the Sienna still provides a compelling big range of family-friendly attributes and continues to improve serious competitive benefit by being the only minivan that provides all-wheel drive as a choice.
The Sienna is a broad van from the outside, and it specs a wide, expansive dash on the inside. There are lot of solid plastics all around, but many of those get changed with soft and wood touch materials as you climb the trim ladder. It looks old for the most part, for the reason that Sienna truly is an old van. None of the fancy shapes and swoops from newer Toyota interiors have made it into the Sienna, and that makes it feel dated. This is the just amplified by the latest Odyssey, Pacific, and even Kia Sedona interiors that we favor over this one.
Utility for all of your passengers is approximately average for the segment. You obtain ten cupholders with the 7-seat van and twelve with 8 seater. Then 5 USB ports are made accessible, with at least 1 in every row. Some of the functionality suffers from the untidy design of the center stack, such as warmed seat scroll wheel being tucked down away from the view while a gaggle of buttons.
Toyota provides 1 transmission and engine with the Sienna. The 3.5 liter V6 is mated to a 8 speed mechanical transmission, and power is routed to either the face wheels or an accessible all-wheel drive system. It makes 296 horsepower and 264 pound-feet of torque. This makes it the most strong minivan, but transmission helps keep revs low on the highway, but it is slow to move.