The completely redesigned 2011 Toyota Sienna will cost $280 less than buying a 2010 model. Toyota revealed the model is priced from $25,060, including $800 for destination. That price puts you into a base Sienna, equipped with a new 2.7-liter I-4 and a six-speed automatic transmission. The I-4 enables the Sienna to return class-leading fuel economy figures of 19/26 mpg (city/highway).
Standard features on the Sienna include cruise control, tri-zone climate control, remote keyless entry, and a power driver's seat. Opting for the 3.5-liter V-6 puts you back by about $1,200.
The $26,145 LE model doesn´t offer anything that is significantly different but buyers will receive some more features by opting for the V-6 model, which adds $3,555 to that price figure. V-6 models are given dual power sliding doors, a rear-view camera, a USB audio input, Bluetooth hands-free connectivity, and other features as standard equipment.
LE V-6 models can also be had in all-wheel-driveform, raising the sticker price to $31,930. The XLE model, which is available only with the 3.5-liter V-6, adds leather seats, a moonroof, security system, and heated front seats.
Front-wheel drive models are priced at $32,975, while adding AWD bumps the price to $35,315. If you prefer a fully loaded Sienna, it's recommended that you go up to the Limited model, which runs $39,300 for a front-wheel-drive model and $40,570 for an all-wheel-drive variant.
Standard features are impressive. They include second-row lounge seating, a power-folding third-row seat, front and rear parking sonar assists, and power-opening dual moonroofs.
Furthermore, HID headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, and dynamic cruise control are available. Enthusiasts may take a liking for the all-new SE model, which adds a touch of sportiness to the Sienna's exterior and suspension. With a price tag of $31,350, the SE includes 19-inch wheels, a lowered sport suspension, and smoked exterior lamps.