2021 Toyota Sienna: Review, Trims, Specs, Price, New Interior Features, Exterior Design and Specs

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The 2021 Toyota Sienna lineup consists of five trim levels: LE, XLE, XSE, Limited and Platinum. All are powered by a hybrid powertrain consisting of two electric motors and a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, with a combined output of 245 horsepower. A CVT transmission is standard. By default, power goes to the front wheels, but each trim can be upgraded to AWD, which adds a third electric motor that directs power to the rear wheels. Seven- and eight-seat configurations are available.

The base LE is equipped with LED headlights/taillights, LED taillights, black grille, two power sliding side doors, power tailgate and 17-inch alloy wheels. Inside, fabric upholstery covers the seats and there’s a three-zone climate control system. As standard, the LE seats eight occupants as it uses a second-row bench seat. It also comes with a nine-inch touchscreen and safety features like blind-spot monitoring and adaptive cruise control.

Next is the XLE which adds wide-angle LED fog lamps, hands-free dual control sliding side doors, four-zone automatic climate control, SofTex-cushioned seats, power-adjustable front passenger seat and auto-dimming rear-view mirror. . shimmer.

The sportier XSE gets special exterior upgrades such as LED strip DRLs, a metallic black sports mesh front grille and dark 20-inch alloy wheels in FWD trim. Under the skin there is a sport-tuned suspension. Inside, it benefits from a Driver Easy Speak system, sports seats, second-row captain’s chairs and a premium audio system with navigation.

The Limited features auto-dimming exterior mirrors with downlighting, bright 18-inch alloy wheels and chrome roof rails. Inside, additions include wireless device charging, leather-trimmed seats with front heating and ventilation, power tilt/telescoping steering wheel memory system, seven-inch multi-information display and an upgraded audio system with 12 JBL speakers.

Finally, the top-of-the-line Platinum gains iconic bi-LED projector headlights and 20-inch metal wheels in FWD trim. It’s the most advanced and luxurious model in the range, so it has a 360-degree camera, heated second-row captain’s chairs, heated steering wheel and a color head-up display of 10 inches.

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