Toyota redesigned the Sienna minivan into its fourth generation last year, making it the auto industry’s first-ever minivan with conventional (non-plug-in) hybrid power, and the segment’s second hybrid after the Chrysler Pacifica PHEV.
What’s New/Key Changes From Last Year
For 2022, the Sienna gets a handful of minor updates: LE and XLE models get roof rails, and the Limited AWD configuration gains second-row Ottoman seats.
Toyota offers the Sienna in LE, XLE, XSE, and Limited trims. All are powered by a gas-electric drivetrain based on a 2.5L gas engine and a continuously variable transmission; LE, XSE can be optioned with AWD, while Limited comes standard with it.
Sienna LE models come with second-row side sunshades, power-sliding side doors, six-speaker audio, a 9.0-inch touchscreen, heated front seats, a power driver’s seat, a heated steering wheel, three-zone A/C, 17-inch alloy wheels, a front wiper de-icer, and LED headlights.
The basic safety package includes blind spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, forward collision mitigation, lane departure alert, radar cruise control, and automatic high beams.
XLE adds passive keyless entry, hands-free sliding doors and tailgate, eight-speaker audio, a power passenger seat, softex upholstery, four-zone A/C, an auto-dimming mirror, and a sunroof.
XSE gains a garage door remote, navigation, sport-tuned suspension, second-row captains’ chairs, and 20-inch wheels.
Finally, Limited adds parking sensors with rear cross-traffic braking, bird’s-eye view cameras, wireless phone charging, third-row sunshades, a 120-volt power outlet, second-row Ottoman seats, 12-speaker audio, and rear-seat entertainment.
XSE trim offers a tech package of LED fog lights, 12-speaker stereo, digital rearview mirror, rear-seat entertainment, and a 120-volt power outlet.
Toyota’s fuel consumption estimates for the Sienna are 6.6/6.5 L/100 km (city/highway) with FWD, and 6.8/6.6 L/100 km with AWD.