Although several existing minivans have lost part of their appeal, vehicles such as the Chrysler Pacifica, Honda Odyssey, Kia Carnival, and Toyota Sienna have kept the market alive. Every year, automakers install new features to their minivans and make them resemblant to SUVs in some aspect to stay ahead of the competition. With the 2022 Sienna, Toyota has made significant progress in the minivan category. The Sienna, as the segment's only hybrid minivan, could easily outperform its rivals. The Toyota Sienna has always been a practical minivan and based on what we've seen so far, the 2022 version of the Sienna addresses its past issues well. Test drive the new 2022 Toyota Sienna today at Baierl Toyota in Mars, PA. Get online pre-approval for financing the new 2022 Toyota Sienna at our website.
Although the official safety ratings for the 2022 Toyota Sienna have not yet been released, we can confidently predict that the minivan will be safe. The 2021 Sienna was recognized to the IIHS' list of Top Safety Pick+ cars and received a five-star overall safety rating from NHTSA. The 2022 Sienna is expected to maintain Sienna's reputation as a safe and trustworthy minivan. The 2022 Toyota Sienna's primary safety and driver-assistance systems include Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Automatic High Beams, Pre-Collision System, Rear-Seat Reminder, blind-spot monitoring, LATCH, and ten advanced airbags.
The 2022 Toyota Sienna is available in six trim levels: Woodland Edition, XSE, LE, XLE, Platinum, and Limited, beginning at $34,560. The 2022 Sienna series is powered by a 2.5-liter DOHC 16-valve hybrid engine with Dual VVT-I that produces 245 horsepower and sprints to 60 mph in 7.6 seconds. An eCVT transmission with sequential shift mode sends engine power to all four wheels. The selectable driving modes are Normal, Eco, EV, and Sport, and the fuel efficiency figure is 36 MPG within city limits, 36 MPG on the highway, and 36 MPG combined.