2016 Toyota Sienna

2016 Toyota Sienna posts a few of the best gas mileage and crash-test scores among minivans, only the Chrysler vans are more flexible. The new 2017 Toyota Sienna is one of the shriveled up minivans that do a great job on both of the tasks do while placing at least average scores in the basic principles of the eyes and hands encouraging drivers. It is good to save fuel; large transport of passengers and very good at dragging cargo, it proved very safe, and over time, very reliable. To top it all off, it’s at least the equal of the Honda Odyssey and Kia Sedona in seating flexibility and drive engagement and all still lost to scrimmage to pair people-haulers Chrysler the 2016 Dodge Grand Caravan and 2016 Chrysler Town & Country.

2016 Toyota Sienna Interior

All 2016 Toyota Sienna models come with dual sliding side doors; power windows, locks, and mirrors; cruise control; A CD player and aux jack; A tilt / telescoping steering wheel; and three climate control. Upscale versions add a power tailgate and power sliding side doors, steering wheel controls for the audio system; leather upholstery heated front seats; A double canopy; and a large 16.4-inch wide LCD screen and a Blu-Ray player to hold the two back rows of passengers entertained.

2016 Toyota Sienna Engine

All 2016 Toyota Sienna trims come with a 3.5-liter V-6 with 266 horsepower coupled with a 6-speed automatic. Performance is brisk, although overall gas mileage has dipped in recent years with the loss of the base four-cylinder while it rose to rival Honda Odyssey. Handling is not quite as bright as the 2017 Toyota Odyssey, but the Sienna’s electric power steering and independent suspension are well sorted out, without much body roll.

The 2016 Toyota Sienna SE version has slightly more direct sense, but to fair it hit a very subtle difference who we think get to be missed be the most minivan buyers. Sienna does hold the distinction of being the only minivan still available with four-wheel drive.

2016 Toyota Sienna Limited

2016 Toyota Sienna Limited

The 2016 Toyota Sienna front-wheel-drive version rated at 18 mpg city, 25 highway, 21 combined-competitive with Chrysler / Dodge and Nissan, but behind the Honda Odyssey’s 19/28/22 mpg rating. Opt for four-wheel drive, and the Sienna’s mileage ratings fall 16/23/19 mpg, up 2 mpg on either cycle compared to the front-driver.

2016 Toyota Sienna Safety

The 2016 Toyota Sienna standard safety features include curtain and stability control while Bluetooth is available, and blind-spot monitors are now standard on the top finish. A rearview camera is now standard on all trim levels. There is also an additional airbag located in the front seat cushion, to bring the total A class-leading eight.

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