The 2018 Toyota Sienna is a minivan that competes with offerings from Kia, Honda, and Chrysler. With prices starting from an MSRP of $30,750, the Sienna stands out in its segment for being the only minivan that has available all-wheel-drive and for offering the factory installed “Access Seat”, which is a motorized seat that moves outside of the cabin to facilitate entry/exit for passengers with special needs.
Pros: Available All-Wheel-Drive, Available “Access Seat”
Cons: Fuel-Economy Lags Behind Competitors
Looks Best In: Alumina Jade exterior/Ash interior
Competition: Chrysler Pacifica, Honda Odyssey, Kia Sedona, Dodge Grand Caravan
Safety Score: The 2018 Toyota Sienna received an “Acceptable” rating for the driver small front overlap crash test performed by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and was outperformed by some competitors.
Summary: The availability of all-wheel-drive is what sets the Sienna apart from the competition. Although its styling is a bit dull, the 2018 Toyota Sienna is a comfortable and versatile family hauler.
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