2014 Toyota Sienna Priced from $27,780

2014 Toyota Sienna Priced from $27,780

Toyota has released details on the 2014 Toyota Sienna, with pricing starting at $27,780, including an $860 delivery fee.

Powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine with 266 hp, the 2014 Toyota Sienna adds blind spot monitoring as a standalone option for the SE model. Previously, it was only available as part of an option package for the Sienna SE. The features also includes cross-traffic alert and will remain standard on the Sienna Limited grade.

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The 2014 Sienna is available in seven- and eight-passenger configurations and gets an EPA estimated 18 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway. The Sienna can tow up to a 3,500-lb trailer. For the 2014 model year, it will be available in five models: Sienna L, LE, SE, XLE and Limited. All-wheel drive is available on the LE, XLE and Limited models.

As for the Blind Spot Monitor, it uses sub-millimeter wave radar to help detect vehicles that are within the system’s blind spots. When it does detect a vehicle, it will alert the driver using indicators on the side mirrors.

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  • jamesjm

    Amazingly, it’s not more fuel efficient. Same mpg over the last decade. Here’s Toyota repackaging old tech into a hefty price tag Sienna. Hello Toyota… engineer a hybrid power train into the old mini-van. 18 mpg is a joke these days… should be getting at least 35+ city.

  • Sienna Weiner

    @jamesjm: The sienna is already 5000lbs GVW. I can’t imagine adding more motors and batteries just so it can reach 6000lbs. Not everything should be hybrid because I for one own the AWD version and yes, 18MPG sucks but the van is a very practical vehicle and for that reason alone, the low gas mpg is justified. Look at the SEQUOIA and realize it’s 14mpg average and that is less practical than this sienna. I don’t need to pull a boat btw.

  • Noah Arribas-Layton

    Toyota sells a hybrid minivan in Japan but they don’t think it has a market in the US (smaller size, more expensive). The Sienna has essentially remained the same (same platform generation) for over 10 years now with only a minor increase in engine size and adding a 6th gear in the transmission.

  • Eric

    Make it lighter and it’ll get better mileage . Use more composite materials. My 2005 removable seats are very heavy. I’m sure the wheels could be made lighter as well.