2019 Toyota Sienna


#4 out of 6 in Minivans

$31,315 MSRP
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Last Updated: May 3, 2019

Weak Demand: The Sienna is one of the slower selling minivans, as dealerships have moved 21.2 percent fewer Siennas this year compared to the same period last year. The sales-leading Dodge Grand Caravan is outperforming the Sienna by more than 90 percent.

High Prices: A base Sienna starts at $31,315, which is the highest base price in the segment and roughly $2,800 above the class average (not including the high-priced Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid). However, the Sienna is the only minivan to offer all-wheel drive — a beneficial option in snowy climates.

Time to Buy: With sales on the decline, you may be able to find a good price on a Sienna. Just bear in mind that you will still likely be paying more than you would for segment alternatives. If you aren’t set on the Sienna, take a look at the Honda Odyssey, which is less expensive and the winner of both our 2019 Best Minivan for the Money and 2019 Best Minivan for Families awards. Check out our Toyota deals and Honda deals pages to help you find even more savings.

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