Which Toyota Sienna should I buy?
The Sienna XSE isn’t just the model we’ve spent the most time on so far; it sits right in the middle of the range, above the LE and XLE but just below the Limited and Platinum. And judging by its looks, the black lower body trim and sportier essence of the details are enough to point out that it makes the most of the Sienna’s redesign. It starts at $ 43,175 in front-wheel drive, or $ 43,875 in all-wheel drive.
The base LE and XLE models are the only way to get the 8-passenger layout, which replaces a bench in the second row instead of the captain’s seats in the rest of the lineup. At the base level, the Sienna LE, with power sliding side doors and tri-zone climate control, starts at $ 35,635.
All versions come with a 9.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system, flanked by physical buttons and a few buttons. The system includes both satellite radio compatibility and Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Amazon Alexa connectivity. XLE and above models benefit from a four-zone climate system.
How much does a fully loaded 2021 Toyota Sienna cost?
The top-of-the-line Platinum model costs $ 51,075, or $ 51,635 with all-wheel drive. The Platinum, and the Limited below, also open the door to a number of exclusive features, like leather upholstery, a color head-up display, heated second-row seats and a bird’s-eye camera system. .
A 1,500-watt AC inverter with two outlets is offered as a stand-alone option at $ 300, and an optional rear-seat entertainment system on XLE and above features an 11.6-inch flip-up screen with HDMI input , a remote control and two pairs of wireless headphones. A refrigerator is also available.
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