Which Toyota Sienna should I buy?
The Sienna XSE isn’t just the model that we’ve spent the most time in so far; it fits right in the middle of the lineup, above the LE and XLE but just below the Limited and Platinum. And judging by its appearance, the blacked-out lower-body trim and sportier essence in the details are enough to underscore that it makes the most out of the Sienna’s redesign. It starts at $43,175 in front-wheel drive, or $43,875 with all-wheel drive.
Base LE and XLE models are the only way to get the 8-passenger layout, which subs a bench into the second row instead of the captain’s chairs in the rest of the lineup. At the base level, the Sienna LE, with power sliding side doors and tri-zone climate control, starts at $35,635.
All versions come with a 9.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system, flanked with physical buttons and a few knobs. The system includes both satellite radio compatibility and Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Amazon Alexa connectivity. XLE models and above get a four-zone climate system.
How much is a fully loaded 2021 Toyota Sienna?
The top-of-the-line Platinum model costs $51,075, or $51,635 with all-wheel drive. The Platinum, and the Limited below it, also open the door to a number of exclusive features—like leather upholstery, a color head-up display, heated second-row seats, and a bird’s eye camera system.
A 1500-watt AC inverter with two outlets is offered as a $300 standalone option, and a rear-seat entertainment system optional on the XLE model and above has a fold-down 11.6-inch display with an HDMI input plus a remote and two pairs of wireless headphones. A refrigerator is also available.
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