Car Overview
Toyota Sienna
The Toyota Sienna has capably served  families in America since the automaker introduced it for the 1998 model year to replace the funky Previa minivan. Since then, the Sienna was the first minivan to offer class-exclusive dual-sliding doors, an all-wheel-drive system, a sport-tuned model for greater driving enjoyment (also known as the ‘Swagger Wagon’), and a standard hybrid powertrain. Today, every fourth-generation Toyota Sienna is a hybrid that gets about 35 mpg in combined driving while seating up to eight people and towing as much as 3,500 lbs. Also, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), the latest version of the Sienna rates as quite safe.