Toyota Sienna Drops 4-Cylinder – Car Pro News

The Toyota Sienna family van offers enhanced value for 2013 with new additions in most model grades. The four-cylinder engine has been discontinued, leaving the popular 266 horsepower 3.5-liter V6 as the sole powertrain choice. The roomy and versatile Sienna remains the only vehicle in its class to offer an all-wheel drive option.

For the 2013 model year, most grades of the Sienna gain new amenities and refinements. The popular LE grade adds easy-clean fabric seats throughout, along with a new eight-way power driver’s seat with lumbar support and a four-way power front passenger seat, and a three-zone automatic climate control system. The climate control system features a cabin air filter, along with individual temperature settings for the driver, front passenger and rear seat passengers. The rear passengers have a separate digital control panel.

The 2013 Sienna Limited gains a standard Blind Spot Monitor, and this feature is now also available as a standalone option on the SE and XLE grades.

The Sienna base MSRP will range from $26,450 for the Sienna grade seven-passenger with a six-speed automatic transmission to $41,240 for the Sienna all-wheel-drive Limited seven-passenger all-wheel-drive with a six-speed automatic. The MSRP’s reflect an average overall increase of $466 or 1.4 percent.

1 Comment
  1. Phoenix 6 years ago

    Hello…..Who would put a 4 cylinder engine in a huge and heavy minivan? its so obvious that engine can’t cope with that much plus passengers.. what happened toyota?

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