It’s hard to keep making minivans in an age of almost complete SUV dominance. They seem out of style to some, but even the largest SUVs aren’t going to deliver the same cargo and seating capabilities that a minivan can. Despite this, and the fact that Honda, Chrysler, and Dodge all have firm grasps on the segment, the Toyota Sienna remains relevant. If you’re wondering how that’s possible, you’ve come to the right place.
The 2020 Toyota Sienna is working with a design from 2011 but has adjusted to include a nicely integrated touchscreen infotainment system, driver assist technology, and available USB charging ports all the way back to the third row. The real kicker that makes the Sienna demand respect is AWD. The 2020 Toyota Sienna is the only minivan to offer it. Refer to the list that follows for specs of the 2020 Toyota Sienna, including available features.
10-Speaker, 605-Watt JBL® Premium Brand Sound System
Front Fog/Driving Lights
263 lb-ft of Torque
Pre- and Post-Collision Safety System
19 City/26 Highway/21 Combined MPG
Xenon High-Intensity Discharge Headlamp
Auxiliary Audio Input and USB with External Media Control
People often forget how much power is usually in a minivan. The V6 in the Sienna is enough to put plenty of moderately powerful sedans and coupes to shame. With that kind of power, the Sienna can carry heavy loads in the back with the seats folded down or get up to highway speeds no matter how full it is.
2020 Toyota Sienna Trim Levels
L: Basic functionality
LE: Enhanced with dual power sliding doors, audio plus, and available AWD
LE with Auto Access Seat: Includes power rotating lift-up seat
SE: Available premium audio, a sport-tuned suspension, and nightshade edition package
XLE: Leather seats with multi-stage heated front seats and available dual-view rear entertainment screen
XLE with Auto Access Seat: Brings automatic accessibility enhancement to the XLE
Limited: Premium audio, smart key system, and front and rear parking assist sonar