About Toyota Sienna
The Toyota Sienna is a minivan manufactured by Toyota for the North American and some East Asian markets beginning in 1997. The name stems from the city in the region of Tuscany, Italy. It serves as the successor of the Previa and shared the same platform as the Camry. There are in total four generations of Sienna and served as the only minivan in North America from 2006 to 2021. A "Top Safety Pick" award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety was given to the vehicle in February 2010, and the model spread to China in July 2021.
In 1997, the first-generation Toyota Sienna was launched in the North American market, classified as the minivan version of the Camry from the same brand, continuing its popularity and reputation. It came in three trim levels, known as the CE, the LE, and the XLE. The latter two were equipped with a second-row captain's chair while the former was equipped with a second-row 2-passenger bench seat which can be easily folded and individually removed. For the LE and XLE model, the driver side sliding door and roof rack were standardized, while for the CEs they were optional. The Toyota Sienna also touted the fuel economy of 16 mpg-US (15 L/100 km; 19 mpg-imp) city driving and 22 mpg-US (11 L/100 km; 26 mpg-imp) highway driving, which was one of a kind.
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The second-generation Toyota Sienna was launched in 2003 after the assignation of Yuji Yokoya as chief engineer on the project. Its engine shifted to an updated ULEV certified 3.3-liter 3MZ-FE V6 and the transmission to a new five-speed automatic. The gear stick was moved to the center console with a gated shift pattern. At least 8 passengers can sit on the vehicle and the third-row seats can be used as needed. The cargo space, as well as the overall volume, was greatly raised. The third generation Toyota Sienna was announced in 2009 and went on sale in 2010, including five trim levels. The engine was applied a four-cylinder type for the first time and the electric power steering (EPS) system replaced the previous hydraulic power steering system. Its second-row seats were removed, but the bottom of the seats remained attached to the van floor, which means that the floor was not flat around that area. Our parts can always give you flat and smooth driving. The parts are from the original industry which can offer your vehicle the long life it deserves.
The fourth-generation Toyota Sienna was offered the LE, XLE, and Limited trims again, together with two additional trims: the sport-oriented XSE and the top-of-the-line Platinum trim. They were launched in the year 2020 as a 2021 model. Features included 18 cup holders, 7 USB ports with one data capable, the four-zone climate control, onboard Wi-Fi, a rear entertainment system, power sliding doors and liftgate, and a voice amplification system for driver communications with the rear seat passengers.