The 2021 Toyota Sienna’s new hybrid makes it a bit more expensive

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  • Toyota has announced pricing for the 2021 Sienna minivan, which received an aggressive redesign and a new hybrid powertrain.
  • The new Sienna is powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine paired with two electric motors that combine to produce 243 horsepower.
  • The 2021 Sienna will arrive in dealerships next month starting at $35,635, up $2,820 from the now-discontinued 2020 base model L price of $32,815.

    Toyota has given the Sienna minivan a complete makeover for the 2021 model year that makes the aggressive-looking family hauler even more aggressive. It’s available in either front- or all-wheel-drive configurations, and unlike previous versions, the Sienna is only offered with a new hybrid powertrain, a move Toyota says caters to buyers who wanted better fuel economy. fuel and instant torque. The 2021 Sienna starts at $35,635 and reaches just over $50,000 for the all-wheel-drive Platinum model.

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    A 245-hp 2.5-liter inline-four paired with two electric motors powers the new minivan. The 2021 model is almost a second slower at 60 mph than the previous model with its 296 hp V6, but it has significantly better fuel economy according to the EPA at 36 mpg, compared to 21 mpg for the front-wheel drive 2020 Sienna. The 2021 Sienna comes standard with front-wheel drive, though all-wheel drive is available, which adds another electric motor in the rear.

    The Sienna’s $35,635 starting price is for the base, front-drive LE model (the standard L on the 2020 model is no longer offered), which comes equipped with the fold-down center seat. Upgrade to all-wheel drive and the price jumps to $37,635. Next up is the XLE, which can be had in the eight-seat configuration with the fold-down center seat, though it can also be ordered with seven, and it starts at $40,925 for both options. All-wheel drive costs $42,925.

    The sporty XSE model with 20-inch wheels and unique front and rear bumpers starts at $43,175 with front-wheel drive and $43,935 with all-wheel drive. Loaded Limited ($47,875) and Platinum ($51,075) models are also available, and they have a standard JBL audio system. All-wheel drive costs $1,800 more for the Limited and $560 for the top-of-the-line Platinum model.

    The 2021 Toyota Sienna will arrive in dealerships next month starting at $35,635 for the base LE model and up to $51,635 for an all-wheel-drive Platinum model.

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