The one and only Swagger Wagon. The 2017 Toyota Sienna is a minivan that the whole family can agree on. With its refined interior and fresh exterior styling, Sienna is perfect for play dates and date nights. Plus, the new 3.5-liter V6 direct-injection engine with Direct Shift-8AT (Automatic Transmission) helps deliver enhanced fuel economy, torque and horsepower. Sienna SE raises the game with more aggressive styling, plus sport-tuned suspension and steering, while Limited has luxuries like available lounge seating1 and a dual moonroof that will make you the coolest family on the block. Sienna has enough power, space and style to take your family and friends anywhere. Let’s go places.
Every family is unique. That’s why we offer so many different versions of Sienna. All told, there are five models to choose from: L, LE, SE, XLE and Limited. There’s one thing, however, that all Siennas have in common: the efficiency and power of a 3.5L V6 engine. And for an added measure of confidence, you can go with available All-Wheel Drive (AWD).
Whether you’re head of the carpool or head of the family, you’ll have room for everyone in Sienna. Pack in the dance team, the swim club or even Dad’s band. Now you don’t have to leave anyone behind.
The rear seat just got better. The available Dual-View Entertainment Center has Blu-ray capability and includes a 16.4-in. color display, SD and HDMI inputs, two 120V AC power outlets and a remote with two wireless headphones.6 Its unique screen can display one wide-angle image or two smaller images from separate sources at the same time.
Think of this as your tech hub and command center. Sienna is available with a variety of audio features like a USB port and auxiliary audio jack so you can play music, charge your phone and keep everyone entertained.
A backup camera comes standard on Sienna. Available on Limited is a backup camera with 180-degree wide-angle view, both of which help make reversing and parking easier. You can choose from wide or normal views, plus guideline modes that show your distance and projected path.