The all-new Sienna is hybrid only.
The AWD option is available with all trims.
We’ve driven it and we love it.
Now that we’ve spent some time behind the wheel of the all-new 2021 Toyota Sienna, we’re quite convinced that this is currently the one to beat. As only one of two offered with AWD, but the only one with combined hybrid efficiency and AWD, the Sienna has loads going for it, including value.
For $39,990, the Sienna LE includes a 9-inch touchscreen display, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, heated steering wheel, heated front seats, three-zone climate control, LED lights, power sliding side doors, 17-alloy wheels, and much more. With AWD, the Sienna LE is perfectly loaded at $41,990.
The $42,990 XLE throws in Connected Services, power hatch, a power moonroof, smart key, four-zone climate control, and SofTex seat covering. With AWD, at $45,390, the seating configuration evolves to 7 seats from 8 and includes the incredible 2nd row long-slide Captain seats.
At $45,690, the XSE gets a sport-tuned suspension, unique design touches, premium LED lighting, premium audio, navigation, and, with FWD, unique 20-inch wheels. With AWD, pricing is set at $47,690 however wheels are 18 inches in diameter.
The XSE Technology trim, at $51,190 with FWD ($53,190 with AWD) gains a 12-speaker JBL audio system, wide-angle backup camera, digital display rearview mirror, clearance sonar with pedestrian detection, and LED fog lamps.
Finally, the top-line FWD $56,190 Limited ($58,190 with AWD) receives leather-clad cooled front seats, rear heated seats, and bird’s eye view camera.
The 2021 Toyota Sienna Hybrid was designed and engineered in North America and is assembled at the Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana plant.