A photo of three 2021 Toyota Sienna models by some mountains.

The 2021 Sienna makes some very important changes for the coming model year

Performance and Fuel Economy Estimates for the 2021 Toyota Sienna 

The Toyota Sienna already makes a strong case for being the most capable minivan on the market today. In fact, it is not terribly uncommon for a Toyota of Decatur customers to trade-in their current Sienna for the newest model available in the showroom. We have recently received the performance and fuel economy estimates for the 2021 Toyota Sienna and when potential customers get a chance to read them, our team anticipates this cycle continuing for another model year. It has been a few years since the Sienna got a facelift from Toyota and the 2021 model will stand out from previous model years with a bold exterior aesthetic and a wealth of new features. Let’s take a look at what buyers can expect to see. 

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A photo of the front seats in the 2021 Toyota Sienna.
A photo of the rear seats in the 2021 Toyota Sienna.

The biggest change coming to the new Sienna lineup for 2021 is a standard feature. Toyota is using a naturally aspirated 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine attached to a new version of the automaker’s hybrid system. It will produce 243 horsepower. Long-time Sienna fans may worry that the new powertrain makes less horsepower than the previous generation. However, the 2021 Sienna will still be able to tow up to 3,500 pounds. The 2021 Toyota Sienna joins several of the automaker’s newest hybrid vehicles in offering an EV mode. This will allow owners of the minivan to drive the vehicle for short distances at low speeds without using a drop of gasoline. 

Some hybrid vehicles require additional equipment to charge the system’s batteries. The 2021 Sienna does not. The lithium ion batteries will be regularly replenished during the normal course of driving.  

When the 2021 Toyota Sienna goes on sale, every trim grade will offer the Toyota all-wheel-drive system. Not only will all-wheel-drive help with handling, it also won’t negatively affect fuel economy to a large degree because it is designed to be so lightweight. 

Toyota of Decatur customers can start the pre-ordering process for the 2021 Toyota Sienna today when they schedule an appointment with a product expert.