Toyota Sienna

Toyota Sienna

If you are looking for a family-friendly minivan with a roomy interior and plenty of options for premium features, the Toyota Sienna could be a great candidate. With seating for seven to eight passengers and sliding doors, the Sienna holds big appeal for families and large groups. Its 266 horsepower 3.5 liter V6 engine boosts available power for this workhorse of minivan so that you have energy to get where you need to go, with the people you need to take along. Known for durability and safety in crash tests—and now available in all-wheel drive—the Sienna has become a tried-and-true option for American families.
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Model Overview

The 2014 Sienna is stylish, which is saying a lot for minivans, with 19 inch allow wheels and a curved aerodynamic front end. Check out the Sienna’s taillights, which are LED and in the case of the SE model, made of clear lenses with smoked sport trim for a unique modern look. It has three-row seating and the possibility of storing 39 cubic feet of cargo. A 3.5 liter V6 engine isstandard on all models and provides 266 horsepower. MSRP starts at $26,920. The last time the model saw a major redesign was for the 2011 model year. 

Siennas can be found with one of two engines; a 187-horsepower 2.7-liter inline-4 is standard while a 3.5-liter V6 produces 266 horsepower and is recommended if fuel-efficiency is not your main concern. There is a sports version as well as an all-wheel drive version. With Bluetooth connectivity and USB ports the Sienna will let you play playlists that will appease every family member while buzzing about town. The JBL audio system provides crisp clear sound through ten speakers. Try Sirius XM for 90 days and see if it’s the right music and radio choice for you. Finally, use voice controls on your steering wheel to safely and securely make changes to your audio, with hands-free phone capability.

Toyota Sienna Safety

In 2013, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the Toyota Sienna its highest marks for all tested categories. The attention to detail found in performance, mechanical and design continues when it comes to safety in this minivan. With Blind Spot Monitor, radar technology helps you can see what you need to even when your view is obstructed by cars in nearby lanes. And the Sienna comes with Toyota’s Star Safety System, which includes antilock brakes, smart stop technology, and traction control among other features essential to the peace of mind one wants in a family vehicle. If a collision were to occur, help is within reach via the Safety Connect system, which accesses emergency assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Noteworthy About the Toyota Sienna

  • US News ranked the 2014 Toyota Sienna number two out of seven minivans, based on reviews for reliability, safety, and performance.
  • The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the Sienna a 4-Star Overall Safety Rating.

CARFAX can help you assess the various available models of the Toyota Sienna and give you the information you need, and the advice you trust, to see if this minivan is your family’s next vehicle.