(Posted on Jan 14, 2017 at 09:25AM by Laurel Steele)
A review by Car and Driver describes the Sienna as “a highly adaptive living room” and it's easy to see why. Read on to discover why you should consider a used 2011 Toyota Sienna for your next minivan.
Toyota didn’t cut any corners in the Sienna’s interior. It’s clear that they had maximum comfort in mind during the entire design process. For starters, storage and cubby spaces are generously placed throughout the cabin, including large door pockets, 10-12 cupholders, and two glove boxes. There’s also a place to stow your purse, as well as a sliding storage console between the driver and front passenger’s seats.
The Sienna can seat seven to eight people depending on whether or not you opt for the “jump seat” which is placed between the second-row seats when needed. Speaking of the second row, these outstanding twin seats offer exceptional comfort, adjustable backrests, and the ability to move forward and backward. If you upgrade to a Limited model, these seats come in a recliner style with footrests.
Now that you’re nice and comfy, why not watch a movie? Toyota offers and optional 16.4-inch screen, which can split to display two separate images, to keep fussy siblings happy. For example, one child can watch a TV show, while the other plays a video game. Of course, if everyone agrees to watch “Frozen” for the millionth time, it can be displayed on the entire screen.
Take a 2011 Toyota Sienna for a spin at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington or browse our online selection of pre-owned vans now.