The 2021 Toyota Sienna defies the SUV craze most of the country finds itself caught up in. A large SUV has plenty of appeal, but they can’t do everything a well-made minivan can do. That’s why, despite the dominance of SUVs in the modern vehicle market, the best minivans survive.
The Sienna takes on a bit of a new identity at the start of the 2021 model year with a well-timed redesign. The previous generation, which began in 2011 is replaced with a sharper-looking, higher-tech minivan for the new decade. The chart that follows is designed to show some of the changes and features that make the 2021 Toyota Sienna worth another look.
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Overall, the 2021 Toyota Sienna is a minivan, and no amount of exterior redesign will change that for people who just don’t want to be seen in one. What really makes the Sienna worthwhile is an interior high tech enough to make even the biggest critics enjoy the space inside. The Sienna plays a key role in helping move the whole Toyota lineup away from its dependency on traditional gasoline engines, something that will become more obvious in the next few model years.
Other Features Available on the 2021 Toyota Sienna
3500 lb. Towing Capacity
Up to 33 MPG Combined
Electronic On-Demand AWD System
Glossy Black Honeycomb Grille
20-Inch Black Painted Wheels
Toyota Hybrid Iconography
Dual Electric Motors for Front Wheels
Black Roof Rails
Unique Bridge Console Design
Android Auto™, Apple CarPlay®, and Amazon Alexa Compatibility