2007 Toyota Sienna Pricing Announced

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Ford and GM may be getting out of the minivan business, but Toyota is putting a new, more powerful engine into its 2007 Sienna. The new 3.5-liter V-6 gains 51 horsepower over the outgoing engine, for a total of 266 hp. That nice power boost doesn’t add much more to the sticker, with the average MSRP increasing just $281. Click below for full pricing of the 2007 Sienna, which goes on sale later this month.

  • CE 7-Passenger 2WD          $24,155
  • CE 8-Passenger 2WD          $24,305
  • LE 7-Passenger 2WD          $25,680
  • LE 8-Passenger 2WD          $25,830
  • XLE 2WD                         $30,125
  • XLE LIMITED 2WD             $35,465
  • LE 7-Passenger AWD         $29,295
  • XLE 7-Passenger AWD       $33,330
  • XLE LIMITED AWD            $37,665

Prices do not include destination charge.

By David Thomas | December 4, 2006 | Comments (16)

Comments 

Toyota Troll

An upgraded Sienna is all the more reason for Ford and GM to get out of the minivan business. Before long, Toyota's overall superiority will cause them to get out of the car, truck, and SUV business as well.

true american

we'll just see about that

now now, play nice.

HM

Wow... 51 horsepower? I've seen other auto manufacturers charge thousands of dollars for engine upgrades that still don't offer as much horsepower as this Toyota update.

J

Honda better upgrade it's Odyssey's engine to the 3.7L used in the MDX before losing to the Sienna.

EPA 20/27 FWD, 18/23 AWD. Ahead of the GM Lambda triplets by a whisker.

Some option packages have been juggled - it's now finally possible to get dual power sliding doors on the 8 seat version.

tom daivd

i am interesting in buying brand 2007 Toyota and colour silver or gold for my son wedding ceremony as a surprice gift item so i will like u to go ahead and email me the price of the car after rebate ok.
thanks
tom

ENGINE UPGRADE SHOULD PROVE WELL SINCE THE ODYSSEY IS RATED THE TOP SPOT AMONG MINIVANS. THERE BETTER BE SLIGHT INTERIOR ADD-INS TO MAKE ALL THAT MUCH MORE WORTHY SINCE THE SIENNA IS THE MOST EXPENSIVE FUN BUS. GROWING IN HP & TORQUE RATINGS COULD HURT FUEL ECONOMY. BUT I BET TOYOTA HAS ALREADY ADDRESS THAT SITUATION. I HOPE TO HEAR ONE DAY THAT THEY DECIDED TO DROP IN A HYBRID SYSTEM TO ENSURE THAT TOYOTA IS THE LEADER IN THAT SORT OF TECHNOLOGY.

I love my Sienna - and will buy another real soon. Good to see a few real improvements made.

Chris G.

I recently purchased a 2007 Sienna Limited AWD with the new engine and have put roughly 1,000 miles on it. The gas mileage has been a real disappointment - 14.5 MPG (mostly city) vs. EPA ratings of 18/23 City/Highway. I've asked the dealer about it and haven't gotten any satisfactory explanation. Has anyone else had similar, lousy gas mileage?

Troy

51 HP for 281.00!! What mods were done to gain the extra ponies? That's cheap horsepower right there!

tb

have you gotten any response on your gas mileage? I have an 06 limited awd and gas mileage hovers at 16.5-17.6 on a good day. it's a great van but the gas mileage is bad enough that I could have gotten an suv and had better gas mileage.

gary

I'm not sure why you're getting such bad mileage, but we have a 2004 Sienna LE and am getting 26MPG combined city/freeway. I can't believe the mileage we are getting in this big van! It gets better mileage than some of my other _cars_.

Gary

T.L.

In reply to Chris G.'s post:
I have a 07 LE AWD
I drive mostly city - 90% of the time. To/From work round trip 4 miles per day. I get an average of 13mpg according to the trip computer. I am starting to wonder if I get the Prius, I would not even have to spend a gallon of gas a week to commute to work, since I will be running on battery most of the time.
Sigh......Sienna is a good van, but gets OK gas mileage. The bottom line...I still love the space and horsepower it delivers.

Let me get this straight. You have an LE awd that you drive 4 miles to work every day over the hills and threw the woods and you are complaining about gas milage. How bout you get out of the van and get a bicycle to loose some lbs.

Really nice post!!!
i like a lot cars!
Charles

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