Which 2017 Toyota Sienna is Right for Your Family?

family handsThe Toyota Sienna is a popular minivan with a lot of passenger and cargo space. For 2017, Toyota gave the Sienna a new V6 engine and a new eight-speed automatic transmission to go with it. This new combination gives the minivan better mileage and more power for a better overall ride. The Sienna also comes in several different trim levels. Here is some information about each of them to help you decide which one is right for your family.
The L
The Sienna L is the base trim and comes with 17-inch alloy wheels and manual sliding doors. It has automatic headlights, tri-zone automatic climate control, and cloth upholstery. This base trim comes standard with Bluetooth for phone and audio, and it has Siri Eyes Free — for those with iPhones. There is also a 6.1-inch display screen, a USB port, and an auxiliary jack.
The LE
The LE takes the features of the L and adds power-sliding rear doors and roof rails along with privacy glass for the rear-seat passengers. It also comes with heated mirrors and body-colored exterior trim. On the inside, this trim adds floor-mounted and overhead-mounted consoles along with a conversation mirror up front. The driver’s seat adds an eight-way power adjust function with lumbar support, and it has upgraded upholstery with easy-clean fabric. A seven-inch touchscreen replaces the smaller one, and it is compatible with the Scout GPS app.
The SE and SE Premium
Bump up to the SE for a sport-tuned suspension, and more responsive steering along with 19-inch alloy wheels. This trim adds fog lights and LED daytime running lights along with a unique mesh grille. The SE trim also comes with a power liftgate. In the cabin, the upgrades include perforated leather seats for the first two rows and premium vinyl for the third row. It even comes with heated front seats, and a larger driver information screen. The SE Premium builds on the SE by adding a sunroof and keyless ignition and entry. It also adds extra safety features including a blind-spot monitoring system with rear cross-traffic alert, a navigation system, and a rear-seat entertainment system.
The XLE and XLE Premium
The XLE takes the comfort and convenience features of the SE and the suspension and steering of the LE and adds power-opening rear windows. The XLE Premium adds rear-parking sensors, along with the SE Premium Features.
The Limited
The luxurious Sienna Limited comes with 18-inch alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights, and auto dimming and power folding mirrors. The Limited has two sunroofs, front and rear parking sensors, and premium leather upholstery for the front- and second-row seats. It also comes with the Toyota Safety Connect emergency services, an upgraded stereo system with ten speakers, and a navigation system. Upgrade to the Limited Premium for xenon headlights and automatic high beams.
All the trims come standard with front-wheel drive, but the LE, XLE, and the Limited offer the option for all-wheel drive, and they all have the same 3.5-liter V6 engine with 296 horsepower and 263 pound-feet of torque.
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