Talk to presentation tour, a Toyota spokesperson revealed that both features will not be available when the Sienna launches due to a vendor issue. “Availability is TBD,” the spokesperson added.
As presentation tour reports, Toyota still plans to start shipping Siennas to dealerships by the end of the year. The fridge and vacuum should eventually make their way to the van, but the exact timing remains unclear. We’ve reached out to Toyota for comment and haven’t heard back yet.
The Odyssey was the first minivan to feature a built-in vacuum when it arrived for the 2014 model year. Now the feature has extended to the Chrysler Pacifica. Toyota had planned to set the aspiration standard on the Sienna Limited and the fridge standard on the top deck.
Although it won’t launch with these key features, top-end models will still offer other sophisticated perks such as a 10.0-inch head-up display, surround-view camera, and heated and ventilated front seats. lined with leather. Perhaps the biggest thing that sets the 2021 Toyota Sienna apart from the crowd is its standard gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain, which consists of a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that pairs with two electric motors to produce a total of 243 hp. Fuel economy should reach 33 mpg combined.