The Sienna typically is an SUV and this will be Toyota’s attempt to try and create a stronger presence not only in this segment but of course in the automotive industry, as always. Designed based on the F3R concept model, this car is set to compete against the likes of the Honda Odyssey which looks plum and not as high as the other siblings. In fact, it does look a bit like the Venza in front and comes with 5 trim levels with 2 different engines. Apart from that, it also comes with either a front wheel or all-wheel drive version as well. If you are in for performance and speed, then you could even opt for the SE edition which, essentially is a sports tuned version.

The 5 trim levels are the Standard Sienna, the LE, XLE, the SE as mentioned and a Limited edition. While there are various ways to tell the different trim levels, the SE is the one which really is a class on its own which comes with a re-controured rear apron, a blacked out mesh grille, some nice looking tail lights and the darkened chrome persona. Otherwise, the wheels will tell you just how well each car is expected to handle. It all ranges from 17 to 19 inch alloy wheels where the base levels are fitted with standard 5 spoke rims and the top of the range SE gets you the 6 spoke, smoked rims.

Under the hood is the 3.5 liter V6 engine that gets you up to 266 horses while the base models do come with the already powerful enough 2.7 liter that gets you up to 187 horses, all of which are mated with a 6 speed automatic transmission gearbox. Being an SUV in nature, you can be sure to enjoy an array of fun stuff inside the car like the MP3 enabled audio system as well as an optional 16.4 inches dual view LCD screen on the second and third row. And that is just for starters.

 

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