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Toyota is finally welcoming next month the completely overhauled Sienna minivan to its lineup.

For the 2021 model year, the family hauler comes with both front-wheel and all-wheel-drive configurations as well as a new hybrid powertrain. The decision, according to Toyota, is in response to buyers’ demand for a vehicle that yields better fuel economy and higher torque.

Because of the upgrades, the minivan will also have a slight price bump compared to its 2020 starting price.

The new Sienna will be equipped with a 2.5-liter inline-four engine that pairs with two electric motors for a combined 245 horsepower. Compared to the outgoing model, it has better EPA-rated fuel economy at 36 mpg versus the former’s 21 mpg.

units of new toyota sienna to arrive at us dealerships next month.
Units of the new Toyota Sienna are scheduled to arrive at dealerships in the United States next month. | Source: Toyota

It also gets a front-wheel-drive as standard configuration, while the all-wheel-drive will be available as an option, along with an additional electric motor at the rear.

The all-new Toyota Sienna will be sold for a starting price of $35,635, which $2,520 more than last year’s base price of the entry-level and now discontinued L model. This makes the FWD LE variant that features a stowable middle seat the base model for the 2021 lineup. For an AWD version, customers will have to fork up $37,635.

The LE model is followed by the XLE trim that can be availed with either a seven or eight-seat configuration and a stowable middle seat. It retails for $40,925 with a front-wheel-drive, while the AWD version costs $42,925.

Slotted next to the XLE is the XSE model equipped with 20-inch wheels as well as unique bumpers in the front and back. A front-wheel-drive version starts at $43,175, while the all-wheel-drive type is at $43,935. The Loaded Limited trim follows at $47,875, while the Platinum model completes the range at $51,075. The two highest trim levels also get all-wheel-drive versions for an additional $1,800 for the Limited and $560 for the Platinum.

Units of the new Toyota Sienna are scheduled to arrive at dealerships in the United States next month.

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