The Sienna comes with an impression and reputation to be sedan-like driving. Of course, being naturally an MPV, this means that it has got lots of space and looks a bit more sportier than its earlier version. To a certain extent, you cannot but feel that it is being designed and aligned to its other MPV cousins, particularly the Toyota Wish while a bit of DNA has been borrowed from the Toyota Estima. But then again, the 2 models are well established models in the Toyota stable and one cannot but allow for such leeway to happen.

The Sienna comes with 2 choices in terms of engines. The 3.5 liter V6 version and the 2.7 liter 4 cylinder version. The V6 one boosts out 266 horses while 187 horses power up the 2.7 liter version. Of course these engines comes with Toyota’s trademark VVT-I (Dual Variable Valve Timing with Intelligence) system as well as its own ACIS (Acoustically Controlled Induction System). One of the cool additions about the new Sienna is that it comes with an All-Wheel Drive option which is not available in others around this segment.

Inside the car, you will like the Dual View Entertainment Center which uses 2 side-by-side displays which can be viewed separately as well as together to form a 16.4 inch widescreen image. This is one of the first models to incorporate this system. Apart from that, Toyota also unveiled that the Sienna comes with either 7 or 8 seating configurations, after all it is space which the MPV is renowned for.

 

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