Jeff Wyler Toyota of Springfield has a large inventory of new 2011 Toyota Sienna for sale in Springfield OH near Dayton and used Toyota Sienna for sale in Springfield OH near Dayton to choose from, and our professional sales reps can answer any questions you have about the price, specs, mpg, and reviews with you. Call us at 855-455-8214 to learn about the latest rebates, incentives and offers available on the new 2011 Toyota Sienna, or contact us online for more info!
New Toyota Sienna Price in Springfield OH near Dayton
The 2011 Toyota Sienna price depends on the trim level as well as any additional features and accessories you might desire.
2011 Toyota Sienna price in Springfield OH near Dayton - MSRP starting at $25,060
2011 Toyota Sienna LE price in Springfield OH near Dayton - MSRP starting at $26,145
2011 Toyota Sienna SE price in Springfield OH near Dayton - MSRP starting at $31,350
2011 Toyota Sienna XLE price in Springfield OH near Dayton - MSRP starting at $32,975
2011 Toyota Sienna Limited price in Springfield OH near Dayton - MSRP starting at $39,300
Vehicle prices don't include tax, tag, title, registration and $250 dealer fees.
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2011 Toyota Sienna Minivan Specs
Here is a sampling of the specs for the 2011 Toyota Sienna (features vary by package and trim level of vehicle you choose, our trained professionals can answer all questions and can assist you in finding the best 2011 Toyota Sienna that meets your needs, just call us at 855-455-8214 or contact us online). Take a look at pictures of the 2011 Toyota Sienna.
Overview: The Toyota Sienna is redesigned for 2011, and reviewers agree that it’s a far better minivan than before. The new Sienna takes on the former class leader in dynamics and comfort, while losing the bland styling that marked the previous Sienna. Most reviewers say that the 2011 Sienna is the best minivan on the market. The first change most will notice on the 2011 Sienna is the revised exterior. Muscular and shapely, the new Sienna’s design infuses style into a segment marked by anonymity. Car and Driver echoes the feelings of most reviewers, saying, “We might go so far as to call the Sienna the best-looking minivan extant.” Stepping inside the 2011 Sienna reveals an all-new interior as well. While reviewers criticize some of the materials, most agree that it is well-designed with intuitively placed controls.
Starting at $24,260, the base Sienna comes equipped with tri-zone air conditioning, power windows and door locks, seven air bags, cruise control, LED taillights and alloy wheels. The base Sienna is one of the least expensive minivans. Although the Sienna can be quite pricey when fully loaded, most models represent a solid value for the class.
The new base 2.7-liter four-cylinder engine is adequate enough in the majority of driving situations. The optional 3.5-liter V6 receives high praise for its smooth, powerful nature and fuel efficiency (four-cylinder Siennas are EPA-rated at 19/24, while V6 models are rated at 18/24). The Sienna also stands out as the only minivan on the market to offer optional all-wheel drive.
New for 2011 is the sporty SE model. Reviewers say the SE is an oxymoron that works. It’s available only in front-wheel drive with V6 power, and reviewers express great pleasure in its retuned steering and suspension setup -- though its sporty looks may not be for everyone.
Exterior: Reviewers are pleased with the new styling on the 2011 Toyota Sienna. They particularly like the swoopy lines and fender flares, which some say make it the best-looking minivan around.
Interior: Toyota built a lot of goodies into the interior of the 2011 Sienna, and for the most part, reviewers like what they find. The list of high-tech options is long, cargo space is good for the class and the seats are comfortable. In contrast to most SUVs, the Sienna gets good reviews for its third-row seat -- with a few reviewers even saying it’s comfortable for adults over long distances. There is also an optional eighth seat, which is collapsible and fits in between the two second-row captain’s chairs. Most reviewers say the Sienna's seats are comfortable. They especially like the second-row lounge chair feature. With it, the second-row seats recline and the footrests fold out, just like a recliner.
The Toyota Sienna comes with the type of interior features you'd expect in a minivan. The base model comes with the basics: manual seats, air conditioning and a stereo, but it’s when you start adding options to the higher trims that reviewers get impressed. A favorite feature for most car reviewers is the 16.4-inch rear seat DVD screen. The screen can show one DVD in a widescreen format, or show two DVDs in a split-screen format. Either way, reviewers are impressed with the image and sound quality -- and the dual view mode's possibilities for ending sibling squabbles. Wireless headphones are an extra-cost option that families with young kids may want to spring for. Cargo space in the Sienna is good for a minivan. On the Sienna you can remove and store the second row seats to get maximum cargo space.
Performance: For 2011, Toyota added a four-cylinder engine to the lineup, and most reviewers say that the little fuel-sipper has decent power for getting around town, though a few recommend the V6 if you usually drive a lot of people around -- its extra power can better cope with the weight of lots of passengers. The big news for most drivers is the new Sienna SE. The SE is a sport-turned trim with a revised suspension and steering system that make it more nimble and more fun than a typical minivan.
There are two engines available on the 2011 Sienna. The base engine is a 2.7-liter four-cylinder that makes 187 horsepower; it comes on base models and two-wheel-drive models of the Sienna LE. The EPA estimates that engine’s fuel economy at 19 miles per gallon in the city and 24 miles per gallon on the highway. The other engine, a 3.5-liter V6 that makes 266 horsepower, is optional for base and 2WD LE models and standard for all other models. The V6 has an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 18/24 miles per gallon city/highway on two-wheel-drive models and 16/22 on all-wheel drive models.
Reviewers recommend the V6 over the four-cylinder if you routinely carry lots of people or heavy loads. However, most agree that the smaller engine does just fine, especially if you want to save some money. Both engines have a six-speed automatic transmission. All-wheel drive is available with the V6, the Sienna is the only minivan on the market with all-wheel drive and that makes it a viable alternative to an SUV. The Sienna offers a comfortable ride that should satisfy most families.
Safety: The 2011 Toyota Sienna has not been crash-tested by the federal government. The insurance industry, however, recently awarded the 2011 Sienna as a “Top Safety Pick.” The Sienna receives top ratings of “Good” in both frontal offset, side impact and rear crash tests. This year the insurance industry also added a roof strength test, which measures a vehicle’s performance in a rollover crash. The Sienna receives the highest rating of “Good” in this test.
The Sienna offers three-row side curtain airbags, as well as front and side airbags, and a driver's knee bag. The front seats also feature active head restraints. Limited models can be equipped with the optional Pre-Collision system, which can sense and prepare for an impending collision. An electronic stability system and anti-lock brakes are standard. There are three LATCH positions for car seats: two in the second row and one in the third.
A rearview camera and parking sensors are standard on all but the base models. If you opt for the navigation package, the camera gives a 180-degree view of the area behind the van. However, the navigation package can be pricey. If you can do without it and the wide-angle lens for the rearview camera that comes with it, you can also opt for the standard rearview camera (or pay for it on the base model) and save some money
Sienna Accessories in Springfield OH near Dayton: Individuality is a trademark of Sienna owners. You can make your Sienna even more of a personal statement with Jeff Wyler Toyota of Springfield installed genuine Sienna accessories designed to enhance the appearance or extend the functionality of your Sienna. To order your accessories visit your Greater Dayton and Springfield OH Toyota Sienna accessories specialist – Jeff Wyler!
2011 Toyota Sienna MPG and Fuel Economy
Greater Dayton and Springfield OH Toyota shoppers love the new 2011 Toyota Sienna for its great fuel economy and good MPG. Here are the estimated 2011 Toyota Sienna MPG fuel economy numbers (* Actual mileage may vary)
The base engine is a 2.7-liter four-cylinder that makes 187 horsepower; it comes on base models and two-wheel-drive models of the Sienna LE. The EPA estimates that engine’s fuel economy at 19 miles per gallon in the city and 24 miles per gallon on the highway. The other engine, a 3.5-liter V6 that makes 266 horsepower, is optional for base and 2WD LE models and standard for all other models. The V6 has an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 18/24 miles per gallon city/highway on two-wheel-drive models and 16/22 on all-wheel drive models. Actual mileage may vary based on how you drive and maintain your Toyota Sienna.
2011 Toyota Sienna Review
The 2011 Toyota Sienna has received very good reviews from the auto press. Here are some excerpts that our Greater Dayton Toyota Sienna shoppers would find interesting:
"There's something for everyone with five different trim levels, two different engines, front- or all-wheel drive, and even a sport-tuned SE edition. Yep, Toyota thinks the world is ready for a sporty minivan." --Autoblog
"This is the best minivan out there." -- AutoWeek
"The redesigned 2011 Toyota Sienna becomes a must-see minivan almost by default, as it brings leading-edge design and features to a small, relatively stagnant market segment." – Consumer Guide
"Though it might not be the vehicle of every man's dreams, the 2011 Toyota Sienna is simply the best value in minivans sold today." -- Edmunds
New Toyota Sienna Springfield OH near Dayton Inventory
Jeff Wyler Toyota of Springfield features a large inventory of new Toyota Sienna in Springfield OH near Dayton to choose from. With an Ohio Toyota dealership and an Indiana Toyota dealership, we carry multiple 2011 Toyota Sienna minivans for your consideration. Make sure to ask us about the 2012 Toyota Sienna arriving in the Greater Dayton and Springfield Ohio market as well as the Louisville and Clarksville IN market. Call us at 855-455-8214 to learn about the Toyota Sienna specials, latest rebates and incentives available on the new 2011 Toyota Sienna, or contact us online for more info!