2015 Toyota Sienna Review

January 22nd, 2015 by

2015 Toyota Sienna Review

Toyota describes its new 2015 Sienna as “the original swagger wagon.” And why not? The new Toyota Sienna is stylish both inside and out and it’s loaded with a variety of fun and useful features to keep the whole family riding in style. The 2015 Sienna was built with a 3.5L, V6 engine that delivers an EPA-estimated 18 city and 25 highway MPG. The new Sienna comes with a cargo space of 39 cu. ft. behind the third row that can be expanded to 150 cu. ft. when the second and third rows are folded down. With all seat upright, the new Sienna holds up to eight passengers. Additional features on the 2015 Toyota Sienna include available leather seating and dual moonroof, steering wheel-mounted controls, three climate control zones with a digital display, an available leather-trimmed, heated steering wheel, Driver Easy Speak – which allows the driver to speak to passengers in the rear seats through a built-in microphone – available blind spot monitor, and more. The 2015 Toyota Sienna is truly a vehicle for the entire family.

The Car Connection gives the new 2015 Toyota Sienna an overall rating of 8.2, with a 9 out of 10 for features, safety and comfort and quality. The review calls the new Sienna a “handsome minivan,” and notes positive features including handling above par for its class and the choice in the second row of bench or chair. Read the full review at thecarconnection.com.

Car and Driver gives the new 2015 Toyota Sienna a rating of 4 out of 5 stars. The review refers to the new Sienna as “the Camry of minivans” and it is noted that the Sienna appeals to a wide range of families. To read the complete review, visit caranddriver.com.

In its review, U.S. News & World Report ranks the 2015 Toyota Sienna #2 in the minivan category. It also gives the new Sienna an overall rating of 8.5, with a 9.0 for safety, and an 8.3 for interior. Pros noted include first-class interior materials, a large cargo area and available AWD. Visit usnews.com to read the entire review.

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