The 2017 Toyota Sienna is a minivan that is manufactured at Toyota’s manufacturing facility in Princeton, Indiana for a North American market. The Sienna was developed as a replacement for the Previa van, which was the first generation, in 1997. This new 2017 Sienna was built with the front wheel, which is more classic and cheaper than the rear wheel. It took a while before Toyota decided to increase the size of the Toyota minivan to match the size of the minivans it was competing against.
2017 Toyota Sienna Exterior
Inside of the 2017 Toyota Sienna, by bringing LED daytime lights, fog lights, LED taillights and 19 inch gunmetal finished alloy wheels. Front and rear spoilers with color boxes and a sports lattice grid are also present. Choose the SE Premium Package and your Sienna features a power tilt-and-slide sunroof, touch-sensitive doors and heated exterior mirrors with safety indicators. On the XLE trim, the changes include the side mirrors, the grille and the choices of your wheel. You can also opt for the rear parking aid as part of a premium package.
2017 Toyota Sienna Interior
When it comes to vans, any buyer will tell you what’s inside that counts. Depending on what you want from a minivan, you can choose to sit for seven or eight, except on the SE, which can accommodate eight. The removable top end and the second long trolley row has captain chairs with a stowable center seat and a divided third row seat. In the front of the 2017 Toyota Sienna there is plenty of room. With all this room for the kids in the back, you’re not going to want distractions, so all the controls fall easily by hand. It should not surprise to build quality and materials are very good.
2017 Toyota Sienna Engine
Although 2017 Toyota Sienna has refurbished its 3.6-liter V-6 and added a new optional transmission, this tried and true powertrain combination is still a driving catch and a master class in casual power delivery. The new 2017 Sienna of this tried-and-true V-6 makes an extra 30-hp on the outbound engine, improving to 296 horsepower and 263 lb.-ft. Couple. It’s good enough to hustle the Sienna along at 60 mph in about 7 to 8 seconds, and coupled with a new eight-speed automatic, the power delivery is smooth and seamless.