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5 Of Our Favorite Things About The 2013 Toyota Sienna

Posted by Josh Chang on Thu, Jun 27, 2013 @ 08:30 AM

Wellesley Toyota SiennaIt’s been well over a decade now since the first Siennas rolled off the production lines in Indiana. Since then, Toyota has continued to improve the well-known vehicle and it is now one of the most driven family minivans in America. Its spaciousness, versatility and flair are unmatched in its class and continuous modifications throughout the years have kept the Sienna ahead of the pack. The 2013 Toyota Sienna has plenty of new features at your disposal that make it ready to take on the toughest of challenges. Here are five of our favorite things about the 2013 Sienna.


Believe it or not, minivans aren’t going to start winning car fashion shows anytime soon. However, Toyota has found a way to make the 2013 SE version a slick, stylish ride. Thanks to its defined edges around both the front and rear bumpers and its sports mesh front grille, the Sienna assumes a more athletic looking stance and style to appeal to everyone. Who said minivans were only for soccer moms?

Interior comfort:

There’s nothing worse than being cramped and uncomfortable in the third row of a minivan during a long road trip. Thankfully, the Sienna’s seats are cozy and accommodating. The second row slides back and forth to create legroom for the third row so there’s space for everyone in the car. The second row even has a “long slide” and “tip up” feature that makes the seats feel more like living room recliners than car seats! Whether you’re in the first row or the third row, you won’t notice much of a difference in comfort level.

Wellesley Toyota Sienna Interior

Cargo Space:

Regardless of where you’re going, the Sienna’s got space for everyone and everything. The versatile third row features a 60/40 Split and Stow ability that folds right into the floor and removing the second row adds even more cargo space. Depending on how you arrange the seats, you could get anywhere between 39 cubic feet to 150 cubic feet, not to mention the numerous storage compartments for smaller items. Whether you’re going on a weeklong vacation or a short day trip, Toyota’s got you covered!

Power and efficiency:

Trust me when I say there’s more than enough kick in the 2013 Sienna, thanks to its 266-horsepower V6 engine. Combine that with a six-speed automatic transmission that delivers smooth gearshifts and you’ve got yourself one heck of a ride. Whether you’re driving in the city or cruising along the highway, the Sienna leaves nothing to be desired in terms of power and fluidity.

All-Wheel Drive:

Wellesley Toyota Sienna DriversThe All-Wheel Drive feature is what really separates the Sienna from the rest of the pack. If you’re from New England, you’re probably well accustomed to driving in terrible weather conditions by now. Luckily, the Sienna is the only minivan on the market to offer an All-Wheel Drive option that allows it to take on any environment. Now you don’t have to worry about slipping and sliding in the snow anymore!

There are so many great things about the Sienna that we can't possibly show you everything through a short blog post, so come down to our Boston Toyota dealership and see this great car for yourself! And, be sure to take advantage of some fantastic 4th of July sales coming right around the corner!

Topics: Toyota, Buying Guide, Sienna

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