2011 Toyota Sienna Values

Select a 2011 Toyota Sienna trim level

2011 model year changes

An all-new Sienna debuts for 2011. New sheetmetal, new interior, new transmissions and a choice of two engines mean Toyota is intending to stay on top of the minivan segment.

Competitive comparison

Available all-wheel drive; two engine choices; fuel economy; spacious, comfortable interior; true car-like handling; choice of seating configurations; historically strong resale value

Special features for 2011

Toyota's Sienna keeps getting better year to year. A new 4-cylinder engine option and a new pair of 6-speed automatic transmissions means the 2011 Sienna gets even better fuel economy than 2010--up to 26 mpg on the highway. The Sienna is the only minivan to offer all-wheel drive as an option as well as two seating configurations. Even the entry-level CE trim includes such comfort options such as keyless entry, three-zone air conditioning and 10 cup holders. Toyota has also engineered a clever 16" LCD monitor for 2011 that allows rear seat occupants to watch two different video programs simultaneously.

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The 2011 Toyota Sienna is all new for this year. Even though minivans may not be as hot as they once were, Toyota is betting that an even more sporty and upgraded third-generation Sienna will draw more crossover buyers. Sienna will be offered with a 2.7-liter 187 hp 4-cylinder with 26 mpg hwy. An optional 3.5-liter 266 hp V-6 with 24 mpg hwy can be combined with AWD and both powertrains receive a 6-speed automatic. With available lounge-style second row seats, widescreen rear entertainment screen, and best in class hwy mpg; combined with more aggressive and sporty optional SE trim make this Sienna the best yet from Toyota.