2015 Toyota Sienna

2015 Toyota Sienna

The new Sienna is yet another winner from Toyota. Photos Courtesy of Toyota.

The 2015 Toyota Sienna minivan offers refreshed exterior styling packed with added safety, convenience and multi-media features.

The one new Sienna feature for 2015 minivan that will have parents talking is the new Driver Easy Speak option.

If you have ever had the urge to use a bullhorn to carry your voice to back seat passengers, Driver Easy Speak is your dream come true. Using the microphone from the voice-command multi-media system, Driver Easy Speak conveys your voice through the rear speakers of the audio system.

Subtle exterior styling refinements give the Toyota Sienna a more upscale look, with a revised front grille, and new slimmer headlight units with an advanced design for the Sienna SE and Limited grades. New LED daytime running lamps give the Sienna a more aggressive appearance.

2015-Toyota-Sienna-interiorA stiffer platform, with 142 additional spot welds, translates to a driving experience unexpected from a minivan. The 2015 Sienna is powered by a 266-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 teamed with a six-speed automatic transmission. This combination gives the Sienna confident power for urban trekking or highway merging while using fuel efficiently.

2015-Toyota-Sienna-rearCombined with the standard Tow Prep Package, the V-6 gives the Sienna a 3,500-pound towing capacity. In the 2015 Toyota Sienna, a new center console and dash design elegantly groups the air conditioning, shifter and multimedia controls into a single unified panel. Controls fall within easy reach. New soft upper door trim, dashboard graining, and new blue illumination, help make every drive just a bit more serene. A new Tri-Sync switch for the air conditioning lets the driver more easily control the three climate zones.

Base model estimated mpg: 18/25. Estimated starting price: $28,600.

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Compiled by Motor Matters


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