Category Archives: Toyota Sienna

The 2022 Toyota Sienna Woodland Special Edition.

Toyota gives 2022 Sienna some interesting upgrades

Is the Toyota Sienna a good vehicle for camping? 

Minivans, like the Toyota Sienna, are strong platforms for running daily errands, moving large amounts of people and cargo, or just about anything its owner wants to do. For the current model year, the Toyota Sienna has already changed the game by being the only minivan on the market that is solely available as a hybrid vehicle. One question we had not previously considered was, ‘Is the Toyota Sienna a good vehicle camping,’ and our manufacturing partner has answered it without prompting. When the 2022 Sienna goes on sale, the Woodland Special Edition will be available with some very interesting features. Let’s take a look at what we can expect to see.  Read the rest of this entry >>

A left profile photo of the 2021 Toyota Sienna.

Compare the 2021 Sienna to the 2020 model before you visit Lexington Toyota

2021 Toyota Sienna vs. 2020 Toyota Sienna 

The Toyota Sienna is one of the most capable and adaptable vehicle platforms the automaker has ever produced. For the 2021 model year, our manufacturing partner put the Sienna through a radical redesign process that made it lighter, more maneuverable and more efficient. The Toyota minivan has gone through so many important changes that the product experts working at the Lexington Toyota thought it would be helpful to compare the 2021 Toyota Sienna vs. 2020 Toyota Sienna. Future owners of the 2021 Sienna will have a hybrid powertrain under the hood that will nearly double fuel economy scores over the 2020 model while maintaining the same towing capacity. Read the rest of this entry >>

A photo of the 2021 Toyota Sienna.

The 2021 Sienna might not be the only hybrid minivan, but it might be the best

Is the 2021 Toyota Sienna the only hybrid minivan? 

We have covered the new Toyota Sienna hybrid minivan quite extensively on the Lexington Toyota Blog. However, our product expert team has been pretty surprised lately by the number of people visiting the showroom asking, ‘Is the 2021 Toyota Sienna the only hybrid minivan?’ Well, no, there Sienna isn’t alone in the narrow hybrid minivan segment of the automotive industry. Chrysler also produces a similar platform, the Pacifica Hybrid minivan. To be sure, both platforms are well ahead of previous generations of minivans, but the two vehicles do have some distinct differences that we think will make it easier for customers to choose the 2021 Sienna at Lexington Toyota. Let’s take a closer look at some things you should know.  Read the rest of this entry >>

A head-on photo of the 2021 Toyota Sienna crossing a bridge.

Toyota maintains towing capacity with the 2021 Sienna without sacrificing efficiency

How much will the 2021 Toyota Sienna tow? 

The all-new version of the Toyota Sienna that has arrived at the Lexington Toyota showroom is nothing short of incredible. It will be more efficient than any other model year, in addition to being lighter and nimbler while also remaining very comfortable for passengers. If you have concerns about the new minivan’s capability, including being curious how much the 2021 Toyota Sienna will tow, let the product experts at Lexington Toyota put those fears to rest. Our team has taken the opportunity to closely examine the vehicle’s performance and capability specs. They were very impressed, to put it mildly. Let’s go over a few things you might want to know.  Read the rest of this entry >>

A right rear quarter photo of the 2021 Toyota Venza parked on the road.

Toyota introduces new convenience features on its new models

How do I use the Toyota hands-free tailgate? 

The Toyota class of 2021 has added some incredible new models to the lineup like the Venza and RAV4 Prime. Additionally, the Toyota Sienna was completely redesigned and is now exclusively powered by a hybrid powertrain. Not only do these vehicles all offer some of the best fuel economy scores in their respective classes, but they also all feature a rear liftgate that can be opened and closed without someone using their hands. If you’re wondering, ‘How do I use the Toyota hands-free tailgate,’ the team of product experts working at Lexington Toyota have some answers. For the most part, all three vehicles will use the same procedures. However, be sure to refer to your owner’s manual for more precise information. Let’s take a closer look at how this new and exciting feature works.  Read the rest of this entry >>

A left profile photo of the 2021 Toyota Venza.

Take a look at one of the most impressive new vehicle features from Toyota

Which Toyota vehicles have a hands-free liftgate? 

The 2021 class of Toyota vehicles is among the most innovative in the automaker’s history. A feature that is available on a few of them is the hands-free liftgate. This is a seemingly simple piece of equipment and it will be a game-changer. So, which Toyota vehicles have a hands-free liftgate? As of right now, the 2021 models of the Toyota Sienna, Toyota Highlander and Toyota Venza offer the hands-free opening rear door. Toyota engineers have come to understand that people live complex lives and they have designed their vehicles to take as much of the stress off of them as possible. Because our team likes to help people, they came up with this how-to guide to this convenient technology. Let’s take a closer look.  Read the rest of this entry >>

A photo of the second row of seats in the 2021 Toyota Sienna.

Toyota changes the minivan game with the 2021 Sienna

How much cargo/passenger space does the 2021 Toyota Sienna have? 

Say what you will about what else is happening inside of the global automotive industry, but minivans like the Toyota Sienna are still the best and more efficient way to move people and/or cargo. For the new model year, Toyota gave the Sienna a much-needed facelift that has introduced a standard hybrid powertrain, increased fuel economy scores while also managing to conserve plenty of room for people and things that need to be carried. So, how much cargo/passenger space does the 2021 Toyota Sienna have? Toyota has reconfigured the 2021 Sienna to ride on a slimmer chassis platform, but it will still perform all of its needed functions. Let’s take a closer look at what the 2021 Sienna will have to offer when it goes on sale at Lexington Toyota later this month.  Read the rest of this entry >>

A head-on photo of the 2021 Toyota Sienna.

You can expect to see the 2021 Toyota Sienna very soon

What does the interior of the 2021 Toyota Sienna look like? 

According to a recent release of new model news from Toyota, the all-new hybrid version of the Toyota Sienna will be available for sale or lease in November 2020. With that announcement, our manufacturing partner has also released a large trove of new photos, giving us more looks at the minivan. So, what does the interior of the 2021 Toyota Sienna look like? Our team of product experts is still studying up on how to answer questions about the 2021 Sienna. In the meantime, we hope that you will enjoy looking at these photos. Up to seven or eight passengers can fit inside of it and the new Sienna will still be a class leader in cargo volume. If you like what you see, make an appointment with a Lexington Toyota today.  Read the rest of this entry >>

A front-left quarter photo of the 2021 Toyota Sienna.

Buyers won’t have much longer to wait for the 2021 Sienna to arrive

Is the 2021 Toyota Sienna worth buying? 

The Toyota Sienna will remain a leading member of its increasingly competitive class. While minivans might not be as pervasive as they once were, the remaining models are being updated and redesigned all the time and are gaining ground on the Sienna. If you’re wondering, ‘Is the 2021 Toyota Sienna worth buying,’ we have to say, yes. It will still be a little while before the 2021 Sienna arrives at the Lexington Toyota showroom. While we wait, our team of product experts thought it would be worthwhile to go over a few of the new and exciting features that will be found with the newest Sienna model. Let’s take a closer look at what they thought to share.  Read the rest of this entry >>