When it comes to family transportation, it's hard to beat a minivan for moving your brood and its stuff. And among minivans, the Sienna is a rational choice. Its long list of strong suits include a comfortable ride and an energetic powertrain that returns respectable fuel economy: The front-wheel-drive version we tested returned 21 mpg. Those looking for an all-wheel-drive will find that the Sienna is the only game in town.
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Toyota Sienna Road Test

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Here are the major decisions you need to make when picking a Sienna: Front-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive (AWD)? All Siennas have the same engine -- a 3.5-liter V6 paired with an eight-speed automatic. AWD is optional on the LE, XLE, and Limited trim lines. Which trim level? The base L model...
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