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https://www.autoblog.com/2020/05/18/2021-toyota-sienna-hybrid-minivan-photos-specs-details/

 



There’s a new minivan on the block. It's the 2021 Toyota Sienna, and the van is totally new from the ground up. Toyota hasn’t given us a fresh new Sienna since the current-generation hit the roads for the 2011 model year, so this one is a long time coming. The big news here is the single hybrid powertrain choice Toyota is introducing to the new Sienna. There will be no gas-only option, and there will be no PHEV “Prime” option either.

 

Straight line acceleration may not be quite as exhilarating as the design portends, but we’re left to guess at 0-60 mph times. The new Sienna will be offered in either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive variants. Both have a 2.5-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder under the hood and two electric motors up front, but the all-wheel-drive version adds a third electric motor to power the rear wheels. Total system output is 243 horsepower, and Toyota is expecting the van to return 33 mpg combined. Unfortunately, Toyota decided to pass up on the opportunity to make a PHEV.

 

2021 Toyota Sienna Platinum

2021 Toyota Sienna Platinum

2021 Toyota Sienna Platinum

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Not a fan of the exterior, but I like the interior.

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Yeah that character line looks terrible. I didn’t like it on the highlander and I don’t like it here either. Interior is nice though.

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We had a Toyota Sienna for 13 years and 239,000 km after Ford quit building Aerostars.  We needed the space for a family of seven and had a lot of good trips with it.  Now that all of our children are grown up and on their own we don't need that kind of room any more, though sometimes I think it would be nice to have one again, seeing that we have five grandchildren now and probably more in the future.  I have considered a three-row SUV but the third row seating cuts into the cargo space too much and isn't as comfortable as the third row in a minivan.

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It almost looks like the front bumper rear ended it and left an impression.

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1 hour ago, twintornados said:

The Toyota faithful will snap it up in droves...


Well, it’s between this, the Odyssey, and a Chrysler product. Can’t say I would blame them. 

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10 hours ago, sullynd said:


Well, it’s between this, the Odyssey, and a Chrysler product. Can’t say I would blame them. 


I prefer the Chrysler’s style in this group of vehicles. 

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1 hour ago, tbone said:

I prefer the Chrysler’s style in this group of vehicles. 

 

I agree...since Flex went away, Chrysler now has the other two beat.

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2 hours ago, tbone said:

 


I prefer the Chrysler’s style in this group of vehicles. 


Agreed. 
 

But it’s still a Chrysler. 

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1 hour ago, sullynd said:


Agreed. 
 

But it’s still a Chrysler. 


Fair enough😉

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