2020 Toyota Sienna
2020 Toyota Sienna
Let’s face it. Life is unpredictable, and you need to be ready for any of the curveballs that might be thrown at you. That’s why Toyota makes the only minivan with available all-wheel drive. You never know when you need to power through mud, ice, or snow to keep your family on the move. In this preview guide, we’ll show you what’s new and improved on the 2020 Toyota Sienna, a minivan that won’t be daunted.
What’s New for 2020?
Just one thing is new for the Sienna. If you’re ready for Mom and Dad to add a layer of cool that’ll impress the kids and their friends, grab the Nightshade edition. This blacked-out Sienna offers a stealth look that adds an element of mystique. Because if you’re going to drive a minivan, you might as well do it with some style.
In 2019, the Toyota Sienna debuted Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa as standard features. For most manufacturers, these are add-ons that’ll cost you more. In addition, all-wheel drive became available on the SE trim, meaning there are even more AWD trim levels to choose from.
How Does It Drive?
Once upon a time, a good minivan meant one that had a seatbelt for each kid in your family. Today, things are a little more refined. Why suffer with vague steering and a mushy ride? This isn’t a city bus, after all. Step into the 2020 Toyota Sienna and be prepared for a ride with some refinement. The SE trim level especially provides plenty of athleticism with its sport-tuned suspension. The engine is one of the most powerful offered in a minivan: a 3.5-liter V6 making 296 horsepower and 263 pound-feet of torque. We dare you to find better in a major manufacturer’s minivan.
But Will It Last?
Shake the magic eight ball. All signs point to yes. We feel pretty confident in our prediction because the Toyota Sienna earned a 4.5 out of 5 reliability rating from JD Power and Associates in 2019, meaning new owners are very pleased with their purchase and encountered few to no maintenance issues. All signs point to another good year this time around.
What Does the Sienna Come With?
If you’re wondering about standard features, don’t worry. The 2020 Sienna has plenty. The base-trim Sienna L comes with tri-zone automatic climate control, remote keyless entry, and the Entune infotainment system with 7-inch touch screen, six USB ports, six-speaker stereo, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi hot spot, Siri Eyes Free, and Apple CarPlay. There’s also the omnibus Toyota Safety Sense P suite of driver assistance technology, which includes rearview camera, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, adaptive cruise control, and pre-collision warning and braking system with pedestrian detection.
If you want the strongest, most versatile, most reliable, and most generously equipped minivan in America, you’d best get to a Toyota dealership and step into a 2020 Sienna.