2017 Toyota Sienna Limited In Depth Review29:34

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Published on October 8, 2017

NEW 2017 Toyota Sienna Limited Premium In Depth Review

Time Stamps-
:46 Start Up/Engine
1:27 Park Assist
2:11 Key
4:49 Tires and Wheels
5:20 Headlights
6:04 Rain Sensing Wipers
6:15 Gas Tank Door
6:46 Power Rear Door
7:15 Rear Seat Configurations
10:34 Rear Seats
10:55 Middle Seat Footrests/Recliners
11:12 Rear Entertainment
13:06 Sunroof/Rear Sunroof
13:35 Child Safety Seat Anchors
14:46 Driver’s Storage/Controls
16:02 Transmission
16:24 Climate Control System (Heat/A/C)
16:59 Rear Climate Control
17:24 Front/Rear Defrost/Mode
17:48 Infotainment
22:23 Rear Window Vent
22:48 Driver’s Side Buttons/Storage
23:50 Headlight Stalk
24:34 Windshield Washer Stalk
25:18 Steering Wheel Controls

I would like to thank Mid State Toyota in Asheboro, NC for the opportunity to film this beautiful 2017 Toyota Sienna Limited Premium. You can check out their complete New and Used Vehicle inventory at
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Toyota Sienna is roomy and handsome, one of few minivans remaining on the American market, and the only one that can be equipped with all-wheel drive.
Though scorned for years by critics as drab suburbanite transport, the minivan is the ultimate family vehicle. When weighing a purchase, all considerations typically fall by the wayside, except for one: will it convey seven or eight passengers safely and comfortably?
Seating seven or eight, depending on second-row seating, Toyota’s minivan scores highly on both counts. Gas mileage is about average. Handling ranks above average for the minivan class, and you get Toyota’s long-standing reputation for reliability.
The Sienna’s well-organized cabin has a bit more flair than some minivans. Front seats provide an almost majestic seating position. In the second row, even the basic bench is comfortable, including substantial leg and head space. The bench can be moved fore/aft to reapportion leg space.
Separate seats may be substituted for the bench, dropping passenger capacity to seven. Top-rung Limited models can even have airline-type reclining buckets. Second-row seats may be removed, but they don’t fold into the floor as in Chrysler/Dodge minivans. With the third-row seat folded, cargo space totals 87.1 cubic feet.
Its low load-in height and big cargo capacity makes the Sienna a great vehicle for the family dog and for hauling lots of stuff.
Siennas can be equipped with modern safety technology, though many features are optional. Forward-collision warning and adaptive cruise control are available on upper trim levels. Parking sensors are standard on the Limited. Blind-spot monitoring with cross-traffic alert is standard on the XLE and Limited, and available for the SE. Toyota has increased the number of LATCH anchor points from three to four.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gives Sienna a five-star overall rating and side-impact score, with four-star for frontal and rollover incidents. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave Toyota’s minivan only an Acceptable rating on the rigorous small-overlap test, but Good in other testing.
Source www.newcartestdrive.com

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