The 2011 Toyota Sienna is a minivan that offers greater room space ideal for large number of passengers and lightweight cargoes. Vehicle experts and owners of this minivan attests that the Sienna is highly dependable vehicle. Some of its unique features are included in this article such as the following:
The 2011 Toyota Sienna has a 2.7 litre 4 cylinder engine. It produces a 187 horsepower and 186 lb-ft of torque. The Sienna has a front-wheel drive on its base and LE trims. It has an automatic 6 speed transmission with a manual shift capability. The 4 cylinder engine has a recorded fuel economy of 19mpg on the city and 26 mpg on the highway.
The Sienna is known for its roomy interiors. It has an estimated space capable of carrying 4 feet by 8feet plywood sheets given that all the rear seats are removed. The driver’s seat is less upright and is adjustable to accommodate taller drivers.
A multi-information display (MID) is also installed on top of its dashboard. This displays the information about the time, temperature, and navigation settings that helps the driver when driving. The Sienna’s dashboard is made of attractive thin and hollow plastic.
Its seating capacity is configured to allow seven or eight passengers. The seats are detachable and can be flattened in case there is a need for space to accommodate cargoes. The seats can also be stored conveniently in the back of the vehicle.
3. Performance on the road
The 2011 Toyota Sienna’s engine allows the van to move smoothly. Its firm suspension settings allow more stable driving. The steering however is slow and a little bit numb. In addition to this, the vehicle leans whenever it undergoes an abrupt change of direction or when making a sharp turn.