2024 Toyota Sienna: A Stunning SUV-Look-Alike Minivan

If you want to have a functional minivan that looks like an SUV, then 2024 Toyota Sienna may be the perfect pick for you. It’s punchy. It’s stylish. It offers good performance, and it is definitely coming with many refreshments and (impressive) changes. The minivan itself has soft ride, beautiful in style, and also offers hybrid power. After all, Toyota wants to make something compact, special, and handy.

Furthermore, Toyota has stated that they will not offer any replacement vehicles with comparable features. It was introduced in 1997 to replace the first-generation Previa van with a more conventional front-wheel drive layout, and it shares a heavily revised platform with the Camry. Both the Previa and the original Sienna were smaller than the other minivans in their class, but a redesign in 2003 (for the 2024 Toyota Sienna year) increased the dimensions to compete.

Sienna is able to blend well with other SUVs (from Toyota), such as the Sequoia and Highlander because of its roof rack and muscular body. Moreover, the upcoming 2024 Toyota Sienna model offers front wheel driving system as the standard and unique hybrid technology. If you don’t mind with the extra spending, you can have the all-wheel driving system.

Is Toyota discontinuing the sienna? Toyota has announced that they will be discontinuing the Sienna minivan by. In addition, Toyota says that they will not offer any replacement vehicles with similar features.

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Design on the Exterior and Interior

If you think that Sienna minivan looks so much like the SUV, you aren’t wrong. The Sienna IS inspired by the SUV with its compact design and similar styles. With different trim levels, there would be different types of designs too. The worthy trim would be the XLE where you can enjoy the (powered) sliding side doors with hands-free mechanism.

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If you want the sportier type, the XSE would be the perfect option. It has modifications on both the rear and front side, along with 20 inches wheels from alloy. The most exclusive trim would be the Platinum, while the Woodland Edition comes with (quite satisfying) half an inch of raised ground clearance.

On the inside, the 2024 Toyota Sienna minivan has modern and stylish interior, thanks to more exclusive (and more luxurious) materials and new dashboard. The Premium and Limited trims offer two-tone layout for the interior trim. Stitched leather would adorn the dashboard. If you go with the sportier XSE, you can even enjoy super cool black and white seats (from faux leather) with contrastive red stitching on it. features and techs include Android Auto/Apple CarPlay connection, rear seat entertainment with 11.6 inch display screen, and 9.0 inch (touchscreen) display on the dashboard.

Powertrain and Performance

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If everything goes as planned, the 2024 Toyota Sienna would only be offered as a hybrid model. The powertrain of 2024 Toyota Sienna would be a four-cylinder gas unit with 2.5 liter capacity that is paired with two (electric) motors, able to generate 243 hp. As it was mentioned before, the 2024 Toyota Sienna would be coming with front wheel driving system, but Toyota offers an optional all wheel driving system, along with the third (electric) motor located at the back. According to EPA, the front wheel can reach 36 mpg for both city and highway. Chrysler Pacifica hybrid (with its 260 hp) would be the main rival of Sienna.

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Release Date and Price

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Sienna would be offered in 6 different trims. The base one, the LE, would start from around $36,000, while the higher XLE is set at around $41,000. The Woodland Edition is offered at $43,000 while the Platinum is at $51,000. The handsome minivan will start producing in 2023, which makes it ideal for the 2024 model. We should know more details of 2024 Toyota Sienna once Toyota releases more info.


Q: Will there be a 2023 Sienna?

A: At $35,385, the 2023 Toyota Sienna is affordable. For either the 7-seat or 8-seat vehicle, the starting price for the midrange XLE grade is $40,695. The Woodland Special Edition starts at $46,195, the XSE trim starts at $42,945, and the 25th Anniversary Special Edition starts at $46,670.

Q: Will the Toyota Sienna be discontinued?

A: The Sienna was the sole minivan in its class supplied with AWD in North America when GM’s all-wheel drive minivans were discontinued in 2006, until the 2021 Chrysler Pacifica was debuted with an AWD option in 2020.

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