Short of chartering a bus or renting a moving truck, minivans remain the most practical way to move more than five people or a lot of stuff, and Toyota recognizes that with a handful of enhancements to its player in this class, the Sienna.
Most significant among the changes is a bold (that’s Toyota’s word) new front fascia that borrows heavily from those that adorn the rest of the Toyota lineup. Inside, the Sienna gains the company’s Entune connectivity suite along with the Safety Sense P suite of active safety features, which includes a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning with steering assist, automatic high beams and radar cruise control.
Those additions augment a van that once again gets its motivation from a 3.5L V6 good for 296 hp and 263 lb-ft of torque, power that’s fed through an eight-speed transmission. Sienna buyers also get the option of AWD, something not offered by any other minivan.View Fullscreen