Toyota Sienna Sports Car?

Engineered by A Sports Car Fanatic.

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The Toyota chief engineer for the all-new 2011 Sienna van saw no reason a minivan couldn’t have the sporty feel of a performance car.  So he insisted on responsive power.  The Toyota Sienna offers it is tow forms: a new fuel-efficient 2.7-liter inline-4 engine and an available 266-hp 3.5-liter V6.  A gated shift lever on the instrument panel invites the driver to engage the 6-speed automatic transmission with sequential shift mode.  Electronic Power Steering (EPS) creates a smoother, more direct steering feel.  And the shape of the lightweight, highly rigid body is aerodynamically optimized to enhance Sienna’s handling characteristics.  It all comes together seamlessly for a driving experience unlike any you’ve had behind the wheel of a minivan.

Eco Driving Indicator

The power and torque of the two available engines will invite spirited driving.  To help you drive in an economically responsible manner, there’s an Eco Driving Indicator on the instrument meter and on the available Multi-Information Display.  It shows you when your right foot is getting the upper hand, so you can back off a bit to achieve better fuel economy.

Sienna MPG

With refined aerodynamics, engine efficiency optimized by dual Variable Valve Timing with intelligence (VVT-i) and a smooth-shifting 6-speed automatic transmission, the all-new Toyota Sienna van has the best mpg ratings of any 7 or 8 passenger van.

Take the new 2011 Toyota Sienna van for a test drive at Labadie Toyota in Bay City.  Labadie Toyota is only minutes from Saginaw and Midland just of I-75.