The redesigned 2021 Toyota Sienna minivan costs almost $ 3,000 more than last year’s model, but it comes standard as a hybrid with more features. This ranges from 20 mpg combined to 36 mpg combined estimated by the EPA. The base 2021 Toyota Sienna starts at $ 35,635, including the destination $ 1,175, and tops out at $ 51,635 in the Platinum trim, Toyota announced Tuesday.
The redesigned minivan comes standard as a hybrid, much like the 2021 Toyota Venza crossover SUV. It uses a 2.5-liter inline-4 and a 1.9 kWh battery-powered engine to produce 245 horses. Front-wheel drive is standard, but a second motor can be added to the rear for all-wheel drive, although it doesn’t affect power output. It changes the price up to $ 2,000 in base LE models, but only $ 560 on the higher Platinum finish.
The 2021 Sienna can accommodate eight passengers with a retractable center seat on LE and some XLE trims, while the XSE, Limited and Platinum trims can accommodate seven passengers with captain’s seats in the second row that can slide forward and the rear up to 25 inches. Along with streamlined trim levels and a new design that’s more visible inside than out, the van comes standard with advanced driver assistance systems that include automatic emergency braking with vehicle detection. pedestrian, adaptive cruise control, active lane control and automatic high beams.
Additional standard features include seven USB ports, a 9.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay / Android Auto / Amazon Alexa compatibility, trial periods for satellite radio and a Wi-Fi hotspot, and a table 7.0-inch digital on-board panel. The hybrid battery system has a 10 year / 150,000 mile warranty, and the entire vehicle has a 36 month / 36,000 mile warranty with two years or 25,000 miles of free scheduled maintenance and two years of support road.
The base L trim is no longer offered, so the 2021 Sienna LE’s price of $ 35,635 represents an increase of $ 2,820 over the 2020 L model.
The SE and SE Premium versions have also been phased out for 2021. XLE quality costs $ 40,925, which is an increase of $ 1,960. It can be offered as an eight-seater model with second-row bench seat or as a seven-seater model with captain’s chairs for the same price. The eight-seater version is only available with front-wheel drive. Adding all-wheel drive to the seven-passenger XLE adds $ 2,000. The XLE versions also benefit from an HD radio with eight speakers and longer testing of Safety Connect features and the Wi-Fi access point. It can be fitted with a rear entertainment system.
New for 2021, the sportier XSE version costs $ 43,175, and all-wheel drive costs just $ 700 more. The XSE has the navigation, 20-inch wheels, and different front and rear bumpers that Toyota says make the pickup feel like it was “born on a racetrack.” Flame stickers for the hood and fenders are not available.
The $ 47,875 limited version represents an increase of $ 2,165 and all-wheel drive costs an additional $ 1,800. It comes with 18-inch wheels, a JBL sound system with 12 speakers and a subwoofer, and more.
Another new addition for 2021 is the higher Platinum finish at $ 51,075 or $ 51,635 with all-wheel drive.
Built in Indiana, the 2021 Sienna goes on sale in November.