Toyota’s woodiest Sienna will cost nearly $50,000 with options when it arrives this fall. Based on data derived from the brand’s latest ordering guide, pricing for the 2022 Sienna Woodland Edition will start at $46,565 after a destination fee of $1,215. This will make the new minivan one of the most expensive Siennas you can buy.
As we learned back in April, the Sienna Woodland Special Edition is a variant of the all-wheel-drive XLE version. Notable upgrades include 0.6 inches of extra ground clearance, a hitch capable of towing 3,500 lbs, a 1,500-watt power outlet, an exclusive cement paint choice, dark chrome accents, and more.
At $46,565, the Woodland Edition will cost $3,500 more than a standard Sienna XLE with all-wheel drive (MSRP $43,065). This could represent a considerable increase in price for potential buyers, although we suspect there will be buyers looking for an alternative with a unique look that signals a decidedly more outdoor lifestyle.
With an optional rear entertainment system and a host of optional equipment, our analysis reveals that it will be possible to spend more than $48,000 for a fully equipped Woodland Edition. That said, the most expensive Sienna will continue to be the Platinum version at an MSRP of $51,975 before adding any optional equipment.
Until recently, Toyota’s Special Editions focused on adding blacked-out Nightshade Editions. Although we don’t yet know if the brand plans to extend the Woodland Edition concept to other models, it is certainly possible. After all, Subaru is already expanding its Wilderness model lineup to include the 2022 Outback this fall.
Unlike a Subaru, the Sienna Woodland Edition will offer buyers an efficient hybrid engine with an EPA-estimated 35 mpg overall fuel economy. That’s actually the case with all Siennas after a change that made all 2021 Siennas turn into hybrid-only vehicles. For eco-conscious shoppers, this could be the icing on the cake.
Interestingly, Toyota’s latest incentives show you can already get a discount on the 2022 Sienna. Here in Southern California, we’re seeing a $500 cash incentive. The catch is that you can only get the deal by financing your vehicle at a non-promotional rate. If it’s not a deal-breaker, it could be a really good deal.
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