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. 

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“This is an all-new vehicle from the ground up, including a new chassis platform as well as a new electrical platform,” Toyota Sienna Chief Engineer Monte Kaehr, said in a press release. “The development of the fourth generation Sienna was a huge undertaking but we always worked towards one single mission—to make the best van yet.” 

When the 2021 Toyota Sienna does finally go on sale at our facility, particularly sharp-eyed customers might notice that it shares some stylistic cues with its SUV siblings. In addition to SUV style, the 2021 Sienna will share some of the most popular features found with the latest Toyota SUVs, including slide doors and a rear lift gate that can be opened and closed without using hands, as well as an available digital rearview mirror and a 10-inch color heads-up display.  

Interior Features 

Naturally, the 2021 Toyota Sienna will attract people who will need to move large groups of people from one location to another, and probably back again. Trips will be comfortable thanks to a four-zone climate control system, a segment-first tilting and telescoping steering wheel that can be heated as well as available heated second-row super-long sliding captain’s chairs with ottoman footrests. 

Toyota Hybrid Powertrain 

Toyota is largely responsible for perfecting and delivering hybrid technology for the masses. Every 2021 Sienna that is coming to Lexington Toyota will be able to produce up to 243 horsepower and achieve a city and highway combined fuel economy score of 33 miles per gallon. Additionally, the new Sienna will be equipped with an EV mode that will be able to propel the minivan at low speeds over short distances, such as in parking lots.  

If you would like to make sure you know when the 2021 Toyota Sienna goes on sale, make an appointment with a Lexington Toyota product expert today.