2020 Toyota Sienna – Indiana, PA

  • Overview

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    If your growing family and space needs are pointing you toward a minivan, it might seem like you’ll have to sacrifice style and cutting edge design. It’s a common misconception that minivans are sedate, boxy, and even boring. Luckily Toyota turns this idea on its head with the 2020 Toyota Sienna. Not only is the Sienna a practical minivan, but it’s also a stylish addition to any driveway.

    Today’s families are running a million miles an hour. Whether it’s a trip across town to the mall or a quick run over to the field for practice drop off, your day is busy. When logging that many hours––and miles––comfort moves to the front of the line. What else is important? Fuel economy is high on the list, as is infotainment options for antsy passengers.

    The 2020 Toyota Sienna checks all these boxes and more. It’s loaded with standard and available features that appeal to today’s busy families while offering an uncompromising nod to style and modern appeal. Yes, the minivan stage of life can be hard and full of compromises, but the vehicle you choose doesn’t have to be one of them.

    Let’s look at the new 2020 Sienna and explore its many design, comfort, convenience, luxury, and connectivity options.


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  • Performance

    A silver 2020 Toyota Sienna is driving past sun shining through trees on a road near Indiana, PA.

    The Sienna's Powerful Engine

    If performance is high on the list, the Sienna doesn’t disappoint. The 3.5-liter V6 DOHC 24-valve engine, standard on all Sienna minivans, pumps out 296 horsepower and 263 lb-ft of torque. This gives the Sienna great accelerating ability and plenty of power on the highway. The 3.5-liter engine is paired with an 8-speed Electronically Controlled automatic transmission for smooth shifting between gears.

    The Sienna makes all-wheel drive available on most of its trim lines. The only exception is the base L model. This is great news for buyers looking to have a little more peace of mind in inclement weather. Luckily the extra traction doesn’t cost a lot in fuel economy. Front wheel drive Sienna models offer 19 MPG city / 26 MPG highway, while the all-wheel drive Sienna provides 18 MPG city / 24 MPG highway.

    All-in-all, the fact that the Sienna delivers with peppy acceleration and the option of an all-wheel drive system that gets you through even the gnarliest weather might be your first indication that this is not your average minivan. You may be surprised to learn that the 2020 Sienna will get you from 0-60 in just 6.9 seconds.

  • Trims

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    The Sienna's Base Model

    With a starting MSRP of $31,640, the base Sienna L is nicely equipped with a wide range of standard features, including a three-zone automatic climate control system with air filter and a handy 60/40 split and stow third-row seat. Toyota’s Safety Sense suite of driver-assist systems is also standard on the Sienna L.

    The LE, SE, and XLE

    Next up, the LE starts at $34,460 and adds the option of all-wheel drive and standard dual power sliding side doors with jam protection. Seating configurations can accommodate up to eight passengers on the LE.

    The Sienna SE starts at $37,790 and is in the mid-range of the lineup, and adds a long list of included features. Starting with a sport-tuned suspension and special sport-calibrated electric power steering, the SE stands out as the sportiest trim. Toyota carries this sporty theme to the exterior with standard smoked chrome trim around the headlights, special front, and rear body kid, sport grille, and 19-inch gunmetal alloy wheels.

    The XLE also starts at $37,790, and offers standard luxurious leather-trimmed heated front seats and makes standard a couple of driver-assist systems, including a Blind Spot Monitor with a Rear Cross-Traffic Alert. The XLE also comes with a Smart Key System with a push-button start.

    The Limited

    The top-of-the-line Sienna Limited, at an MSRP of $44,535, leaves nothing to be desired. It’s full of luxurious standard features, including a premium audio system with 10-speakers and navigation, premium heated, leather-trimmed seats, dual moonroof with from power tilt/slide and power rear slide, and a handy front and rear parking assist sensor system.

    Both the LE and XLE models offer an Auto Access Seat, a power-rotating lift-up seat on the second-row passenger side, for use with passengers that may have mobility issues. When equipped with the Auto Access Seat, the LE is priced at $40,385, and the XLE comes in at $43,925.

  • Technology

    The black and brown dashboard in a 2020 Toyota Sienna is shown.

    Minivans transport multiple people with different connectivity and entertainment desires. The Sienna is designed to support all passengers with a wide range of features that make drive time more pleasant and convenient.

    The Sienna is Ready to Entertain

    The Sienna is equipped with a standard 7-inch touchscreen that connects you to your smartphone via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to make accessing your apps and music a breeze. It’s even compatible with Amazon Alexa, so you can ask your system to play music, check the weather, or even answer a trivia question. The Sienna also offers optional Verizon WiFi, which can support up to five devices, and passengers can stay fully charged with five USB ports scattered throughout the cabin.

    Driver Easy Speak is a nifty available feature that turns your rear speakers into an intercom. Simply push the button on the touchscreen and transmit your voice to the rear-most passengers and avoid having to raise your voice to be heard. There is also an available Dual-View Blu-ray Disc Entertainment Center, which includes a massive 16.4-inch display and two sets of wireless headphones. The screen can display one image or be split-screened into two, keeping all passengers happy.

    Toyota has equipped the Sienna with a standard backup camera and an available Bird’s Eye View Camera with Perimeter Scan, which offers a 360-degree overhead view of the vehicle and surroundings to keep the driver fully in control of the surrounding area. This feature comes in very handy when parking in tight spots.

  • Safety

    An all-black 2020 Toyota Sienna is parked on a city street at night.

    The Toyota name is synonymous with safety. Toyota has a long tradition of building some of the safest vehicles on the road, and the 2020 Sienna is no exception. It is full of technologically-advanced driver assist safety systems that help drivers stay focused on the road and anticipate hazards and obstructions before they may lead to a collision.

    The Sienna is Packed With Safety Features

    All Toyota Sienna models come standard with a Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection. This system can detect a vehicle or a pedestrian via radar and a highly sophisticated camera; the system alerts the driver as a warning for a potential collision. In the absence of a reaction by the driver, the system can automatically apply the brakes.

    Also standard is Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, which allows drivers to set a cruise control speed and not worry about braking when approaching another vehicle. Instead, the system will automatically slow down to keep a preset distance from vehicles ahead of you using a vehicle-to-vehicle distance control system. When the system slows you down, it will not disable the cruise control, eliminating the hassle of setting and stopping cruise control to manage traffic flow. Also, if the system detects a vehicle going much slower ahead, it will alert the driver and, if necessary, apply the brakes.

    Toyota's Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist is also standard. This system will detect when the vehicle drifts out of its lane and will send an audible alert to the driver. This system activates only when the vehicle is traveling up to 32 mph or faster. If the system senses that you might be drifting unintentionally, it has the ability to make small corrective changes to help keep the vehicle in its lane.

    Automatic High Beams are also standard on all Siennas. This feature seems simple but is extremely helpful for drivers because there is no need to remember to switch between low and high beam settings while driving at night. This system activates over speeds of 25 mph, and Toyota believes the system can help better spot obstacles on the road ahead.

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