2011 Toyota Sienna at 2009 L.A. Auto Show

2011ToyotaSienna
  • Competes with: Honda Odyssey, Kia Sedona, Chrysler Town & Country
  • Looks like: Toyota is going all-in with its new design first seen on the Venza
  • Drivetrain: 187-hp, 2.7-liter four-cylinder or 266-hp, 3.5-liter V-6; six-speed automatic transmission, optional all-wheel drive
  • Hits dealerships: February 2010
The current Sienna remains one of the most competent vehicles in its class, and it recently won a Cars.com faceoff. Today, Toyota debuted an all-new Sienna that ups the ante in this family-friendly segment.

First, there’s the new look. The Sienna gets all-new sheet metal with a front grille right off the Toyota Venza crossover; overall, it looks quite futuristic. The interior borrows design elements from both the Venza and the new Prius and should share their upscale feel.

The new Sienna can seat seven or eight depending on cabin configurations. Even with the third row in use, the automaker says owners can store up to five golf bags in the cargo area. There are also numerous cubbies, cupholders and storage areas scattered throughout the interior.

Powertrain options also mimic the Venza, with a four-cylinder now being offered that Toyota says will return 19/26 mpg city/highway. A 266-horsepower V-6 will return 18/24 mpg or 16/22 mpg when teamed with all-wheel drive, which is optional on LE, XLE and Limited V-6 trim levels. A Base trim level is also offered with both engines.

Standard features on all Siennas include cruise control, trizone air conditioning, automatic power windows with a feature to prevent limbs from being caught when windows are raised, CD stereo system with four speakers, MP3 jack and three 12-volt outlets.

Other models add leather, backup camera, rear sunshades, premium audio, power sliding doors, Bluetooth, USB port and a nifty second-row entertainment system that can be viewed in a single widescreen mode or split into two screens for two different video sources.

More photos below and our up-close look will be coming soon.
Front angle Front Rear angle                             Interior Front angle Rear angle Profile Cargo area Glove box Gauges Steering wheel Controls Gearshift Controls Controls Dash

Comments 

H

Wait I don't think you posted enough pictures.

The wood swoosh on the dash seems so random...the whole dash for that matter seems so random.

The interior color scheme should be called "Sea of Grey".

Should we still call these minivans being as gargantuan as they are these days?

TK

This thing looks like a space shuttle and whoever is designing Toyota's dashboard layout needs to be fired...yesturday.

ermatthe

I was thinking the wood on the dash reminded me of the old buicks. Park Avenue I think- the big ones.

SG

i like it. it carries alot of traditional Japanese design throughout the entire vehicle, funky, and quirky without being too overbearing. It looks alot better than the JDM Toyota Ipsum.

JASM

WOW! that face is hard to overcome...its a mix between bland and...just plain weird. i love the interior though and the third row seat looks comfy this time around

KZ

First of all, I really like the new looking. It looks much better than current one. Personally, I don't like current one, so it is good suprise for me!!

I haven't had that many choice to purchase minivan lately, so it might be the one I go for it finally...

jack

and people used to ask why all Fords looked alike. now they need to ask the same question about Toyotas.

Ivorypearlcat

Give us a hybrid minivan and I'm in!

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