The refreshed 2015 Toyota Sienna will start at $28,600 when it goes on sale later this month. The 2015 Sienna’s price is $1,680 more than the outgoing 2014 model’s base price of $26,920. The 2015 Sienna has a lower starting price than the 2015 Honda Odyssey and 2015 Chrysler Town & Country, though it is pricier than the base 2014 Nissan Quest, Kia Sedona, Dodge Grand Caravan and Mazda5. A fully loaded all-wheel drive 2015 Sienna Limited costs $46,150.
Toyota says in a statement that the revised Swagger Wagon “offers something for every family with a more upscale interior, smart technology, exterior style changes and enhanced driving dynamics.”
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The front-wheel drive 2015 Toyota Sienna has the same 266-horsepower V6 engine and six-speed automatic transmission found in the 2014 model, and Toyota expects the Sienna to get up to 18/24 mpg city/highway. All-wheel drive is available on LE, XLE and Limited models. Toyota says the refreshed Sienna has more upscale cabin materials and new family-friendly features, like a microphone that amplifies your voice through the minivan’s speakers so you can more easily yell at unruly passengers.
The 2015 Sienna seats seven or eight and comes standard with eight air bags, a rearview camera, a 6.1-inch touch-screen audio system, Bluetooth, a USB port, automatic headlights and tri-zone automatic climate control. The Toyota Sienna can be equipped with features like leather upholstery, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, navigation, a rear-seat dual-view Blu-ray system, a JBL audio system, a 7-inch touch-screen infotainment system, a 4.2-inch gauge cluster display, dynamic cruise control with a pre-collision system, hill start assist, blind spot warning and rear cross traffic alert.