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The Toyota Sienna is a minivan that debuted for the 1998 model year. Designed for families and single folks alike, the first generation of the Sienna could fit up to seven passengers and showcased removable third-row seats to stow away extra cargo. It was equipped with a 3.0L V6 engine capable of 145 horsepower and 209 pounds-per-foot of torque mated to a four-speed automatic transmission. The vehicle was initially offered in three trim levels: CE, LE, and XLE, with the XLE being designated as the luxury trim, displaying leather seats and wood accents. In 2001, the model was given a redesign to certain Sienna parts, which included a new front-end grille, new tail lights, and an updated instrument cluster. Optional safety features consisted of front-seat side airbags and stability control. Switches for power sliding doors and rear vents were also installed. The engine was given a boost as well. Variable valve timing was added, upping the horsepower to 210 and the torque to 220 pounds-per-foot. A sliding driver's side door was made standard on all trims (it was previously only available on the LE and XLE).

2004 welcomed in the arrival of the second generation Toyota Sienna. For the first time, the model was available in all-wheel drive. The engine was updated to a 3.3L V6 configuration rated at around 230 horsepower. A bevy of new standard features and Toyota Sienna parts were showcased, including power-retractable side-windows, eight-passenger seating (CE and LE), dual-power sliding doors, a power liftgate (optional on LE, standard on XLE and XLE Limited), rear climate control, remote keyless entry, and run-flat tires. Trim levels still involved the CE, LE, and XLE, however, a new XLE-Limited also joined the lineup. Upscale options such as Dynamic Laser Cruise Control, voice-activated navigation (with backup camera), a ten-speaker JBL stereo, and a rear DVD entertainment system were offered, with XLE Limited drivers getting the added choice of HID headlights. 2006 brought on another set of changes. Such Sienna parts as the headlights, side molding, and front fascia were restyled. The XLE Limited became known simply as the Limited. A year later, the base engine became a 3.5L V6 good for 266 horsepower.

The third generation of the Toyota Sienna was unveiled in late 2009 at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The base and LE got an inline four-cylinder engine (187 horsepower) mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. The main trim levels in the lineup are: base, LE, XLE, and Limited, with the LE and XLE obtainable in both seven and eight-passenger body styles. Front-wheel drive is standard on all versions of the Sienna, but all-wheel drive is offered for the LE, XLE, and Limited. The XLE and Limited also received a heartier 3.5L V6 good for 265 horsepower with the same automatic transmission as the base and LE. As for equipment, the base model shows off alloy wheels, dual sliding doors, tri-zone air conditioning, and power accessories. The LE steps it up with a backup camera, power-sliding side doors, and an upgraded stereo. XLE models display a power liftgate, a sunroof, and leather seats (all-wheel drive XLEs have second-row lounge seats and footrests). The top-level Limited features two sunroofs, a power-folding rear seat, second-row lounge seats, and a JBL stereo system.

What the Toyota Sienna offers is comfort, technology, and performance. Just like its super-sibling, the Camry, the Sienna provides drivers with an efficient method of transportation that not only gets the job done, but looks good doing it. The right touch of sleekness fits right in with the exterior parts, giving motorists a fashionable machine in which to do their traveling. Simply put, it's a remarkable vehicle that is only getting stronger.

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Whatever you expect from your Toyota Sienna, a bold look, mind-boggling performance, greater ride comfort, or safer driving, CARiD goes the extra mile to meet all your needs. Our extensive range of premium accessories and parts covers all the bases, whether you want your vehicle to be more powerful, smarter, fun to drive, or just need to restore it to original condition. We know how to throw a classy appeal into your Toyota Sienna and keep it providing the best performance, so trust us and get the greatest bang for the buck!

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Customer Questions & Answers

How much does a Toyota Sienna cost?

Depending on configurations and options, the Toyota Sienna costs between $29,750 and $47,310.

How long is a Toyota Sienna?

Its length is 200.2 inches.

How much can a Toyota Sienna tow?

Max towing capacity is 3,500 lb.

How much does a Toyota Sienna weigh?

The Toyota Sienna has a 4,375-lb. curb weight.

When will the Toyota Sienna be redesigned?

The redesigned Toyota Sienna will be released for the 2019 model year. According to Toyota, production of the new model is expected to begin in October 2018.

What does the vsc light mean on a Toyota Sienna?

VSC stands for Vehicle Stability Control. If there are any engine malfunctions, the Check VSC/Trac light comes on together with the Check Engine light, and the VSC system turns off to prevent any additional failures (it is a self-protection mechanism / preventive measure). To restore proper system operation, engine issues which caused the VSC light to come on should be addressed.

Where is the Toyota Sienna made?

The Toyota Sienna is built in Princeton, Indiana.

When did Toyota Sienna change body style?

There have been three generations of the Toyota Sienna since 1997, and each gen brought a range of improvements and changes to the body, engine, transmission, etc.

1997 – 2002 - first generation;
2003 – 2010 - second generation;
2010 – now - third generation.

How many miles per gallon does a Toyota Sienna get?

Fuel efficiency is estimated at 19 mpg city / 27 mpg highway.

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