2011 Toyota Sienna Safety Features, Engine Specs, and Review

There are a full dozen trims of the 2011 Toyota Sienna available. This year marks the beginning of the Sienna’s third-generation and it has been comprehensively redesigned. A very wide array of seating configurations, drive types, engines and more are waiting for you now. Competition including the Honda Odyssey, Ford Transit Connect and the Kia Sedona all fall within the same price range, but have a difficult time stacking up to the Sienna on several levels.

All except for two trims of the 2011 Sienna Toyota feature a stock 3.5L 266 horsepower (6200 RPM) 245 lb/ft (4700 RPM) V6 engine. The other two trims feature a 2.7L 187hp 186lb/ft inline 4-cylinder. Regardless of the engine or trim selected, a 6-speed automatic gearbox with a manual shifting mode is included. The Sienna will deliver 19/24 mpg, and it will keep you and your family members very safe while doing so with standard safety features including

  • 4-wheel anti lock braking;
  • Electronic brake assist;
  • Electronic stability and traction control systems;
  • Active frontal anti-whiplash head restraints;
  • Full-length curtain airbags overhead;
  • Individual tire pressure monitoring system;
  • And the list goes on…

For prices between $24,260 and $39,770, you can equip your 2011 Avalon Toyota as nicely as you please. Optional features for safety, technology and excitement include:

  • 19-inch alloy wheels;
  • Power sliding doors on both sides;
  • Dual powered moonroof;
  • Run-flat tires;
  • Push button starting;
  • USB Port;
  • Satellite radio;
  • Powered leather seats;
  • Voice-activated navigation;
  • 2-zone automatic climate control;
  • Get the picture.

You can choose between front wheel or all wheel drive configurations for the new 2011 Toyota Avalon. It requires 18.5 feet of radius for turning and can accommodate either seven or eight occupants, depending upon the seating configuration selected. Properly equipped, the new Sienna can tow up to 3500 pounds and support more than 1500 pounds of payload. It’s a large vehicle, measuring 200.2 inches in length, 78.2 inches in width and a tall 68.9 inches in height. Base models clear the ground by 6.5 inches and travel on top of 119.3 inch wheelbases. Loads of interior spaciousness are present including a 31.9 cubic feet standard luggage capacity measurement that can be expanded up to an incredible 150.0 cubic feet. Its 20-gallon fuel tank will allow your family to travel well over 400 miles per fill up. The new Toyota Sienna is well worth your further consideration.

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