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2021 Toyota Sienna vs 2020 Toyota Sienna

2021 Toyota Sienna vs 2020 Toyota Sienna

Toyota is known for its hybrid innovation. It is also known for its best-selling minivan, one of the few available with all-wheel drive (AWD). In 2021, Toyota threw all its eggs into one basket with the introduction of a completely revamped 2021 Toyota Sienna all-hybrid lineup.

 

Toyota Sienna: 2021 vs 2020

 

Placing the 2021 Toyota Sienna and 2020 Toyota Sienna side by side, drivers would not even know they were remotely related. Toyota went aggressive with the Sienna in 2021, transforming its look from traditional, though somewhat frumpy, into a bold look of a vehicle that more closely resembles an SUV than a minivan.

 

Exterior

 

Exterior

 

The 2021 Toyota Sienna seems to have borrowed a lot of style points from the Toyota Highlander. The new SUV-like look will be pleasing to buyers who need the minivan's space and convenience but didn't want to drive a box on wheels. The Sienna's new look includes a raised hood, wide-mouth grille, and slender headlights.

 

The 2021 Toyota Sienna comes in four models, available in both FWD and AWD: LE, XLE, XSE, and Limited.

Powertrain

 

In an aggressive move that matches Sienna's new aggressive styling, Toyota opted to make an all-hybrid Sienna lineup. Every front-wheel drive (FWD) model now comes standard with a 2.5-litre gasoline-powered four-cylinder engine with dual electric motors. Together, these deliver 243 horsepower. On AWD models, the Sienna adds an extra electric motor in the back to drive the rear wheels. The FWD and AWD models have almost the same fuel economy--6.6 L/100km city and 6.5 L/100km highway.
 

Interior

 

Interior

 

For years, the Sienna boasted an open cockpit design with clean, smooth lines. For 2021, the interior gets a new look with a tall center console that spans the distance from the dashboard to the center armrest. This sleek design provides better sightlines and a more open feeling for drivers and front seat passengers.

 

In terms of technology, Toyota upgraded the infotainment system to a 9.0-inch touchscreen display, which comes standard with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Amazon Alexa compatibility. Additional upgrades that come at a price include some unique features such as reclining second-row seats with pop-up ottomans, onboard vacuum cleaner, two-tone interior trim, and a rear-seat entertainment system.

 

Toyota hit the 2021 Toyota Sienna redesign out of the park by being bold and aggressive on the exterior, in the interior, and under the hood.

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