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2021 Toyota Sienna’s 8 Family-Friendliest Features

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Toyota Sienna is new for 2021. It is smarter than the eyes, smarter on the road with the help of a standard driver, and comes as a hybrid with all-wheel drive alone. But what matters most in any graveyard is the cabin, and how well does the space treat the small (and large) people who live there? Here is your detailed look at our favorite features.

Tested: 2021 Toyota Siena

Open concept seats

When the third row is flattened, the second-row captain’s chairs in Siena give an unusual leg or load. Both seats can slide 25 inches backwards, which is two inches more than the previous Sienna. This led to a change in the official seat name of Toyota from Long Slide to Super Long Slide. (Be careful what happens to the sliding rails. A Sienna couple with four small children advised us that these rails would not be covered with small pieces and other debris.

There should be a middle sentence

They were a selling point for the new McManshans built in the 1990s, but now the central vacuum is the satisfaction of modern man. Honda Odyssey has been sucking in the last seven years and since 2016 the vacuum has become a Siena-style port-installed device sold by Southeast Toyota, an independent distributor in Florida. The vacuum available as a Toyota factory option is only for 2021, and unlike the previous ones, the vacuum in the new Siena sits in the center console rather than the inventory. Rotate the hose near your second row passenger foot, press a button on both USB ports, and brrrrooooom! With three attachments and a hose to every corner of the van interior you will be able to have fun for minutes. Ignition should be active, but if the hybrid battery has enough charge, the engine will not start to activate the vacuum. The dustbin and air filter slip from the bottom of the console for easy cleaning. For liquid to leak, you need a full-size shopping bag.

Soft drink for the second row

Above the vacuum is a luxury item commonly found in Land Rover SUVs: a refrigerated storage bin, a handful of small water bottles or space for other delicacies. The pre-production model we drove had a few empty switch plates near the bowl. Like the airlines, Siena has suspended its beverage service (and vacuum) due to a supplier problem, so do what normal people do and pack a cooler. It will be an option at a later date.

The most beautiful third row window shade

Aren’t those the sweetest little windows you’ve ever seen?

Hidden hybrid batteries

Every 2021 Sienna gas is an electric hybrid. Toyota placed a 1.9-kWh nickel-metal-hydride battery under the front seats to keep the van’s cargo low and flat. The tettle mark is a group of air holes below the seat control. If you are wondering why it did not do so with the Chrysler Pacific hybrid, it is because the Sienna battery is very fast. It is one-eighth of capacity and cannot provide EV performance that expands the range of a plug-in configuration.

Gesture control for sliding doors

Touching grave doors is always ugly. When Chrysler first introduced gesture-controlled power sliding doors to the Pacific Ocean, he recognized that feeling and followed the Toyota Hands Frey trend. By making a kick move just below the front door, prioritizing policy offerings, the Sienna slider will open and close to your foot command. Even Rolls-Royce and your local supermarket do not offer Siona’s crazy control over an automatic door. There are five modes: gesture, pull the outer handle, push a button on the B pole, push a button on the overhead console, or push a button on the keyboard.

Lexus-style Tim for Tailights

These polished black fin wheels on the rear fender lead to the air holes used by most foreign cars to reduce turbulence in the wells. They do nothing dynamic but look beautiful and remind us of the Y-shaped taillight treatment of the Lexus LC500, a distant relative in Siena.

Tailgate Speaker

Pickup trucks and SUVs are not the only vehicles optimized for tailgate parties. Siena’s JBL stereo uses a hatch for its rear speaker.

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