The intuitive 2018 Toyota Sienna features all the hallmarks of a modern family minivan. It comes with cutting-edge technology, spacious interiors, and a powerful powertrain. Its rear-seat entertainment system and Wi-Fi hotspot will keep the occupants entertained, while standard safety features like lane-keeping assist and automated emergency braking will make driving easier.
Toyota knows that no family is the same — what works for one family doesn’t necessarily work for another. For this reason, the company has worked to make the 2018 Toyota Sienna as universally family-friendly as possible. To achieve this, Toyota offers a range of trim levels to fit every family’s needs.
The Sienna L trim comes with 3-zone manual climate control, 17-inch alloy wheels, and automatic high-beam headlights for smooth country drives. Its safety features include an adaptive cruise control, steering assist, lane departure warning, emergency automatic braking, forward collision warning, and a rear camera.
The interior is not only spacious, but also stylish. It features a 7-passenger seating, high-quality cloth upholstery, and a height-adjustable driver seat. The dashboard is loaded with all sorts of convenient tech including a 7-inch Entune touchscreen, smartphone-connected apps, five 2.0 USB ports, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, as well as a 4-speaker sound system with a standard media player and an aux audio jack.
The LE trim keeps all the features of the L trim and adds more useful features including 18-inch wheels, roof rails, power-sliding rear doors, rear sunshades, easy-to-clean fabric upholstery, heated mirrors, satellite radio, privacy glass, as well as an 8-way power adjustable driver seat.
The SE offers two trim options: the SE and SE Premium. In addition to the above features, the SE trim also comes with upgraded 19-inch alloy wheels, noise-reducing windshield, high-end leather upholstery, state-of-the-art fog lights, unique front fascia, lower body skirting, sharper steering, LED daytime running lights, sport-tuned suspension, as well as a more efficient driver information system.
With this premium edition of the SE, you’ll get a blind spot monitoring system, a rear infotainment system (including a DVD/Bluray player and HDMI ports), an adjustable sunroof, rear cross traffic alert, keyless entry and ignition, an upgraded navigation system, as well as the “Driver Easy Speak” tech which subtly broadcasts the driver’s voice to those in the back seats through integrated speakers. At a more affordable price tag, you can get your hands on the SE Preferred trim which comes with all these features except the navigation and rear infotainment systems.
This trim comes with keyless entry, power-opening windows, imitation wood trim, push-button start, and a power-adjustable front seats. It’s steering and suspension are similar to those of the SE trim. With the premium option, you’ll get a rear parking system as an added feature.
This trim option tops everything off with upgraded driver seat memory settings, daytime LED running lights, unique grille, power folding and auto-dimming mirrors, a heated steering wheel, high-end faux leather upholstery, extendable footrests, an upgraded dash navigation system, noise-reducing side glass, as well as the standard 18-inch alloy wheels. With the Premium option, you’ll get all these features plus a rear entertainment system, automatic wipers, and xenon headlights.
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