The Toyota Sienna ranks among the best minivan platforms remaining in the automotive industry. Regardless of what else might be available, a minivan is the best way to move a large number of people and/or a large amount of cargo. For the new model year, Toyota has completely redesigned the 2021 Sienna that will provide a very different ownership for Colonial Toyota customers. The biggest changes come in the way of a standard hybrid powertrain and slimmer overall footprint for the 2021 model.
In the short time the 2021 Sienna has been on sale, independent expert online reviewers have praised it for its excellent fuel economy, passenger-friendly interior and excellent outward visibility. Many of these were applicable to the 2020 version, but we think these changes will interest potential buyers.
Customers can start the pre-ordering process today by calling, 203-403-6890.
2021 Toyota Sienna
2020 Toyota Sienna
|2.5-L, 4-Cyl. Hybrid||Engine||3.6-L, V-6|
|3,500 lbs.||Towing Capacity||3,500 lbs.|
|36/36||Fuel Economy (FWD)||19/27|
The only story bigger than the physical dimension changes to the 2021 Toyota Sienna is the change made to its standard powertrain. Toyota has decided to eliminate the previously used the V-6 engine which was the standard power plant in the 2020 model. Colonial Toyota customers interested in the 2021 Toyota Sienna will have a 2.5-liter, four-cylinder hybrid engine under the hood that is attached to a continuously variable transmission and it will make up to 245 horsepower. While this is significantly less than the 295-horsepower produced by the V-6 engine employed by the 2020 Sienna, both versions are capable of towing 3,500 pounds. Additionally, both iterations of the Toyota Sienna are available with all-wheel-drive.
Customers with the 2021 Sienna in their driveway can expect the redesigned platform to record 36 miles per gallon in the city and 36 miles per gallon on the highway when the vehicle is equipped with front-wheel-drive. This is a significant improvement over the 2020 version. Even the all-wheel-drive-equipped models of the 2021 Toyota Sienna will be able to post very similar fuel economy scores.