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2018 Toyota Sienna KBB Expert Review

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By Joe Tralongo, Contributing Editor

With a limited number of minivans available in the marketplace, the 2018 Toyota Sienna qualifies as one of the better choices. Over the years, Toyota’s family van has grown in size, power and price, meaning when it comes to hauling the kids and all their stuff, the Sienna is still far superior to any SUV or wagon. With seating for up to eight passengers, the Sienna offers a versatile interior as attractive as it is functional. Options galore spread over five trims cater to just about every budget and personal taste, and while the Sienna’s styling remains more conservative than the Chrysler Pacifica and Honda Odyssey, it has one trick up its sleeve more important than looks: the option of all-wheel drive.

You'll Like This Car If...

If you’re looking for a roomy minivan that specializes in reliability, longevity and ease of operation, the 2018 Toyota Sienna checks all the right boxes. Standard driver assists maximize safety, while options such as mobility-needs systems and all-wheel drive widen the Sienna’s already broad appeal.

You May Not Like This Car If...

The Sienna is not the least expensive minivan you can buy; that honor goes to the Dodge Grand Caravan and Kia Sedona, neither of which can match the Sienna’s resale value. The Chrysler Pacifica offers better styling, more features and a hybrid option, but can’t match the Sienna’s cargo volume.

What's New for 2018

The 2018 Toyota Sienna receives the Toyota Safety Sense (TSS-P) suite of driver assists as standard equipment. This includes a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection, adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning and assist plus automatic high beams. A newly styled front end, upgraded Entune multimedia system, additional USB ports and a Bird’s-Eye View monitor for the Limited trim round out the changes.

Driving It Driving Impressions

With its powerful 296-horsepower V6 engine, the Toyota Sienna has always delivered impressive acceleration that borders on sporty, although we don’t envision many Sienna drivers challenging other cars to a drag race. The Sienna’s power is better used for passing and merging, and tackling steep grades with a full complement onboard. On the highway, the Sienna is a serene machine, cruising effortlessly at 75 mph with barely a hint of road or wind noise infiltrating the cabin. Those looking for a bit more feedback from their minivan’s driving experience should look to the SE trim. It features 19-inch wheels and a sport-tuned suspension for improved cornering. The trade-off for the SE’s better drivability, however, is a firmer ride and a bit more tire noise. Those living in snowy climes will definitely want the optional all-wheel drive, although models so equipped do surrender a few mpg vs. the front-drive vans.

Favorite Features

Why other minivans don’t offer the option of all-wheel drive is a mystery, but one that works in the Sienna’s favor. Although not inexpensive, for anyone living in the northern portion of the country, this option is worth its weight in gold.

Passengers in need of mobility assistance will find the 2018 Sienna’s available equipment to be a lifesaver. Among the more notable features are an aftermarket wheelchair ramp and the Auto Access Seat, a factory-installed power-operated chair providing easier access to the second row.

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