Although most existing minivans have lost some of their appeal, vehicles like the Chrysler Pacifica, Honda Odyssey, Kia Carnival, and Toyota Sienna have kept the segment alive. Automakers add new amenities to their minivans every year and try to steer ahead of the competition curve. Toyota has come a long way in the minivan segment with the 2022 rendition of the Sienna. As the only hybrid minivan in the segment, the Sienna might very easily defeat its competitors. Historically, Toyota Sienna has been a practical minivan, and from what we have seen so far, the 2022 rendition of the Sienna addresses its existing predicaments quite well. Head to J Pauley Toyota in Fort Smith, AR, and test drive the new 2022 Toyota Sienna today.
Available in six trims – Woodland Edition, XSE, LE, XLE, Platinum, and Limited, the 2022 Toyota Sienna starts at a mere $34,560. All trims in the 2022 Sienna lineup are powered by a 2.5-liter DOHC 16-valve hybrid engine with Dual VVT-I that makes a maximum of 245 horsepower and accelerates up to 60 mph in around 7.6 seconds. The engine power in the 2022 Toyota Sienna is distributed to all four wheels using an eCVT gearbox with sequential shift mode. Normal, Eco, EV, and Sport are the available driving modes, and the fuel economy rating stands at 36 MPG city, 36 MPG highway, and combined.
Although the 2022 Toyota Sienna has not yet received its safety ratings officially, we can say that the minivan will be safe. The 2021 Sienna was named to the IIHS' list of Top Safety Pick+ vehicles and was given a five-star overall safety rating by NHTSA. The 2022 Sienna will most likely carry on the tradition of being a safe and dependable minivan. Road Sign and Lane Tracing Assist, Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Pre-Collision System, Automatic High Beams, LATCH, Rear-Seat Reminder, blind-spot monitoring, and ten airbags are among the top safety and driver-assistance technologies in the 2022 Toyota Sienna.