Designed, engineered, and built in the U.S., the 2021 Toyota Sienna minivan is all new. It’s a gas/electric hybrid with a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder gasoline engine supported by two electric motors. Fuel economy is outstanding. The 2021 Toyota gets 36 miles per gallon combined, which is significantly better than the 21 mpg of the front-wheel-drive (FWD) 2020 Sienna. All-wheel drive (AWD) is optional on the new Sienna, and a blind-spot monitor is standard.
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Which Solara is the Best?
With its EPA combined fuel economy of 36 mpg, the all-new 2021 Toyota Sienna deserves attention. If you’re constantly schlepping kids around, your fuel bill will go down. You will visit the gas station less frequently. And we all know that Toyota is the best in the world at making hybrid vehicles that work seamlessly. With this all-new Sienna being so competent at its core, we’d have no problem ordering the base LE model. But we’d order it with the LE Plus Package to get the 9-in touchscreen, the 8-speaker audio system, Apple CarPlay, and seven USB ports.
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How Much Does a 2022 Toyota Solara Cost?
The 2021 Toyota Sienna
LE (FWD: $34,460, AWD: $36,460) comes with 18-in wheels, LED headlights, dual power sliding doors, privacy glass, three-zone climate control, fabric seats, a tilt/telescope steering wheel, 16 cupholders, and a 6-speaker audio system with a 9-in touchscreen. On the 8-passenger Sienna
XLE SV ($39,750), which is not available with AWD, add power front seats, a moonroof, 4-zone climate control, upgraded seat fabric, a leather-trimmed steering wheel, a smart key, and an 8-speaker audio system with six USB charge ports and Apple CarPlay. The 7-passenger Sienna
XLE (FWD: $39,750; AWD: $41,750) is equipped similarly, but with second-row captain’s chairs. The sporty new Sienna
XSE (FWD: $42,000, AWD: $42,760) gets 20-in wheels, a black mesh grille, and heated black rearview mirrors, along with sport-trimmed seats, Driver Easy Speak, satellite navigation, and a premium sound system. Available as a 7- or 8-seater. In
Limited (FWD: $46,700; AWD: $48,500) trim, the 2021 Toyota Sienna gets 18-in wheels, color-keyed side mirrors with puddle lamps, chrome roof rails, wireless smartphone charging, leather-trimmed seats (heated and ventilated in front), and a leather-trimmed steering wheel. The Limited also gets adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning, a 7-in multi-information display, dynamic navigation, and a 12-speaker audio system. Capping the Sienna lineup for 2021 is the
Platinum (FWD: $49,900, AWD: $50,460). A 7-seater available with FWD or AWD, the Sienna Platinum is decked out with bi-LED headlights, 20-in wheels, rain-sensing wipers, an overhead 360-degree camera system, heated second-row captain’s chairs, and a 10-in head-up display (HUD). We expect the optional LE Plus Package to be popular on the base LE Siennas. For $2,300, it includes a 9-in touchscreen, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, a moonroof, an 8-speaker audio system, seven USB ports, Apple CarPlay, Sirius XM, and Toyota Connected Services – Safety Connect. An XLE Plus Package, available for $2,000 on the XLE models, includes wireless smartphone charging, dynamic navigation, seven USB ports, a premium JBL sound system with 12 speakers, Apple CarPlay, Sirius XM, onboard Wi-Fi, and Toyota Safety Connect. Not to be left out, the Sienna XSE has an XSE Plus package. For $1,000, it includes the same wireless charging, dynamic navigation system, and 12-speaker sound system, plus seven USB ports, Sirius XM, Toyota Connected Services, and onboard Wi-Fi. Stand-alone options? There are many. Notables include a $200 digital rearview mirror (Limited & Platinum), a $1,415 rear-seat entertainment package (XLE and above), $150 black roof rails (LE, XLE, XSE), a $300 1500-watt inverter (XLE and above), and a $75 temporary spare tire (all models). The destination fee for the 2021 Toyota Sienna is $1,175.
All 2021 Toyota Sienna models come standard with the second generation of the Toyota Safety Sense safety suite. In addition to a pre-collision warning system with pedestrian detection and automatic emergency braking, this safety suite includes dynamic radar active cruise control, automatic high-beam headlights, a blind-spot monitor, and rear cross-traffic alert. Safety in a more traditional sense is handled by 10 standard airbags, including curtain side protection for all three rows. Thoughtful safety touches include a rear passenger seatbelt reminder and Rear Seat Reminder. With this system, the Sienna will provide a warning if it suspects (via door-closing logic) that a child or cargo has been left by mistake in the back seat.
2022 Toyota Solara vs the competition
2021 Chrysler Pacifica -- The Pacifica is available with a gasoline V6 or a plug-in hybrid gas/electric powertrain. Both impress. And in the minivan beauty contest, we think the Pacifica wins.
2021Chrysler Voyager – Basically a de-contented Pacifica, but with an attractively low Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $27,235.
2021 Honda Odyssey – The driver’s minivan, with a torquey V6, a smooth-shifting 10-speed automatic transmission, and a great chassis, plus a roomy and highly configurable interior.
2021 Kia Sedona – Getting old. Nevertheless, a solid minivan with a great warranty. A bit thirstier for fuel than the Pacifica or the Odyssey.
Used Toyota Sienna – Toyota makes a good van. If you don’t want the latest safety technology or the complication of a hybrid powertrain, consider a used V6 Sienna. You might prefer its more understated looks, too.
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