New 2018 Toyota Sienna changes and technology updates
Poor, minivans. They’ve been the punchline to several jokes over the years, but we think it’s finally time for the body style to get a new reputation. Toyota is no stranger to innovation, and it shows throughout its various models – especially the Toyota Sienna. For the 2018 model year, the Sienna remains the only van in its segment that offers all-wheel drive. It also offers an array of great, standard technology. If you’ve been curious what the new Sienna will have over the 2017 model, keep on reading. We’ve done a bit of research to help keep you informed.
How much space is in the 2017 Toyota Sienna?
The Toyota Sienna is easily one of the most surprising vehicles on the road today. When people come in wanting power, a roomy interior, plenty of seats and great capabilities, they certainly aren’t always expecting us to show them the Sienna — but we do so for a good reason. The Sienna encompasses all of these things, and can offer things like premium comfort and fuel efficiency on top of it. So how much space does the 2017 Sienna have? Take a look below to find out!
Standard Toyota Safety Sense and Entune
We all know that minivans didn’t used to be stereotyped as cool, but that’s changing. For 2018, the Toyota Sienna packs more technology than your average vehicle. Toyota Safety Sense will now be a standard on all Sienna models, giving drivers access to great features like Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, and Automatic High Beams. If that’s not enough, it should also be noted that the owners of the 2018 Sienna will be able to enjoy the new Toyota Entune 3.0 multimedia system on whichever model they choose.
New front grille
Another noticeable update comes on the exterior of the vehicle. The front end of the vehicle has been restyled with a larger, lower grille, as well as larger fog light bed. If you remember the 2017 Sienna SE (the sportier model), you may remember that it came with side lower rockers. These have also been added to each Sienna model for the 2018 model year.
In case you don’t want to wait for the 2018 Sienna to arrive, we have 2017 models ready to test drive now!