2013 Toyota Sienna Is a “Practical, Easy Drive” - The Weekly Driver

The Toyota Sienna was engineered and built with “family” and “road trip” in mind, coming with everything you need for combining the two notions.
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Apart from its spaciousness, seven seats and great visibility, which are standard for all the vehicles in its class, the Sienna comes with lots of features, even in its lowest trim level.

Basic features include a smooth 3.5-liter V6 engine connected to a six-speed automatic gearbox, AM/FM stereo, CD player, multizone air conditioning, cruise control, adjustable steering wheel, keyless entry as well as power windows and mirrors.

The more upscale the trim level, the more goodies you get, like automatic climate control, power front seats and sliding doors, backup camera, dual sunroofs, pre-collision system and even a rear-set Dual View Entertainment Center for your family to not get bored during the long trips.

Read Weekly Driver’s full Sienna review here for more.
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