Fit Your Family in the 8-Seater 2017 Toyota Sienna
Say what you will about minivans. Because those are exactly the expectations you want to have in mind when they are completely shattered and surpassed as you first witness the 2017 Toyota Sienna. Toyota’s take on family travel shows you exactly what the minivan can be, and now you can discover this for yourself at Brimell Toyota in Scarborough, Ontario.
Are you concerned with capacity? After admiring both the refreshed external styling and interior attractiveness of the 2017 Toyota Sienna, you’ll notice that this seven- or eight-seater family van also contains a 79L gas tank and 150 cubic feet of cargo space. The new Sienna is also sure to cover the rest of the bases, with a 296 horsepower V6 engine, smooth and reliable handling, and a 5-star overall government crash test rating after its 2015 redesign, the only thing you’ll worry about is what colour to choose.
We’re ready to take you and your family out to test drive the new 2017 Toyota Sienna. In our used vehicle inventory, we also carry a large stock of pre-owned Sienna models, in many styles and trim levels. Located right here in Scarborough, our dealership is a short and worthwhile commute for not only local residents, but for investment-minded vehicle buyers in the surrounding areas of Markham and Pickering, Ontario. We hope to see you soon!
2017 Toyota Sienna Engine & Fuel Economy
There’s just one engine to choose from with the 2017 Toyota Sienna, but if you were given a choice, this would be the one you would pick. The 3.5L V6 engine paired with 8-speed automatic transmission is found under the hood of every Sienna minivan, driving the standard front-wheel powertrain. You won’t have to worry about powering your van up to highway speed thanks to the 296 horsepower and 263 lb-ft of torque, either. And with available all-wheel drive on higher LE and XLE trims, a 3,500-lb. towing capacity, and 8.9L/100km (32 mpg) fuel efficiency out on the highway that nearly matches the outgoing 4-cylinder of years past, the Sienna’s V6 engine provides you and your family with all you could hope for a weekend getaway in Ontario.
2017 Toyota Sienna Interior Features
The interior cabin of the 2017 Toyota Sienna has a versatile setup that you can design around the size and needs of your family. The new van can seat seven or eight, offering you your choice of bench seating or comfortable bucket seats for the second row. And perhaps it might even be better to ride along in the rear two rows: standard triple-zone air condition (and triple-zone climate control starting at the LE trim), full power accessories, sunshades, and the crisp sound of one of the many stereo configurations (peaking at the 6-speaker with Bluetooth streaming audio option on Limited and XLE trim) all await along with the usual leather upholstery and media console options. Happy passengers, happy parents.
2017 Toyota Sienna Exterior Highlights
With the 2017 Sienna, driving a minivan doesn’t mean taking a trip back to the 1990s. Its modern look and front end closely relate to the latest Venza and Highlander designs. Maybe this is to remind the driver of the SUV-like all weather handling capability in the optional AWD model. Rounding out the exterior highlights are a hands-free power lift gate and privacy glass that keeps your valuables out of sight. You may even opt for luxury with the top trim, the Sienna XLE: this takes the handy auto-dimming headlights feature of the lower trims and opens up to 18-inch alloy wheels and an alluring satin chrome grille (newly redesigned in 2015), for a look that won’t embarrass your teenagers when you drop them off at school.
2017 Toyota Sienna Safety
Toyota engineers are no fools; they know that safety is a prime consideration for minivan shoppers, and wouldn’t risk releasing such a vehicle out on the market unless it ranked among the very best on the market. With standard stability and traction control, anti-lock disc brakes, a full suite of sophisticated airbags, active front head restraints, and an all-around quick and responsive steering system, the 2017 Toyota Sienna has what it takes to stand up to, or even avoid altogether, a collision. And for minivan shoppers hoping to up their visibility and safety ratings even further, there are plenty of available active safety technologies to do the job, such as a backup camera (now standard for 2017), front and rear parking sensors, forward collision warning, and blind spot monitoring.
Toyota Sienna Parts & Accessories
The 2017 Toyota Sienna was built to be durable and last well throughout the years. But when it comes time to follow the directions outlined in the owner’s manual and replace some key parts, come to the Brimell Toyota parts centere, where our expert technicians use warranty-approved OEM Sienna parts. Or if you’re simply looking to customize or upgrade the look of your ride?new Toyota Sienna wheel, rims, trailer hitches, cargo liners, etc.?we can help you with that, too. For your convenience, you can order parts and accessories online through our website. Our parts staff are also around to help answer any questions you may have.