Toyota Sienna Overview
The Sienna is a sensible choice, but it isn't as engaging to drive as its direct competitor, the Honda Odyssey. Interior fit and finish and controls have been somewhat improved for 2015, and the cabin is a bit quieter. The Sienna rides very comfortably, but handling is lackluster. The 3.5-liter V6 is lively and returns a respectable 20-mpg overall. The all-wheel-drive version--the only minivan on the market with AWD--sacrifices just 1-mpg. An eighth seat cleverly stores in the back when it isn't installed in the center of the middle row. That 2015 update also brings a standard backup camera, an additional LATCH attachment, and a front-passenger seat-cushion air bag. Reliability has been excellent, perhaps the Sienna's biggest advantage over the Odyssey.
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