Compare Toyota Sienna


Minivan Adversaries Go Headlight to Headlight in Our Latest Matchup: Comparing the Toyota Sienna, Chrysler Pacifica and Honda Odyssey

It's safe to say that the original target audience of the minivan was shoppers looking for an exceptionally safe, reliable, and flexible family car. But with automakers imagining up minivans that are more stylish, tech-savvy, and dare we say, luxurious than ever before, contemporary family-haulers clearly aren't just for families anymore.

The perfect fit for both businessmen and women frequently on the road who desire great fuel economy along with an abundance of space both for colleagues and all parties' baggage, modern minivans are bucking convention and appealing to a broader audience than ever before.

Of course, if you are on the market for your next mom- or dad-mobile, minivans such as the new Toyota Sienna remain a quite enticing choice. The Honda Odyssey is another minivan with quite the following, but in the following comparison, our team here at Koons Annapolis Toyota clearly illustrates why we believe the Sienna to have the competitive edge over its Honda counterpart. Check it out for yourself, then visit our showroom to explore all of our new Toyota models.

Toyota Sienna vs. Honda Odyssey

  • The Sienna is priced to be slightly more affordable than a comparably equipped Honda Odyssey, making the Toyota version more accessible and appealing to a broader audience.
  • Opt for the Sienna with its standard engine offering and you'll enjoy more power on tap--266 horsepower to be exact, as opposed to only 248 produces by the base engine on the Odyssey.
  • Minivans make for great people-haulers, but plenty of Annapolis area drivers are attracted to vehicles in the segment for their capacious cargo holds. The Sienna offers a total of 39.1 cubic feet of cargo volume, while the Odyssey is a bit more restricting, with only 38.4 cubic feet of cargo volume up for grabs.
  • While we certainly recognize that style is quite subjective, we think the general consensus amongst drivers is that the newest Sienna is far more stylish than its Honda Odyssey counterpart. The 2016 Sienna borrows styling cues from sports sedans, while the Odyssey is as boxy and uninspired by contrast. 

Toyota Sienna vs. Chrysler Pacifica

  • Protecting your family is important, and that is what Toyota strives to do. Unlike the Chrysler Pacifica, the new Sienna comes with LATCH anchor systems helping to install child safety seats properly.
  • The Sienna also offers more available cargo room than the Pacifica with 39.1 cubic feet of cargo space.
  • Both models get incredible fuel efficiency, with the Sienna averaging an EPA-estimated 27 miles per gallon on the highway
  • Drivers will get better performance in the Sienna thanks to its standard 296-horsepower 3.5-liter six-cylinder engine compared to the Pacifica's 287-horsepower 3.6-liter six-cylinder.
  • The Sienna tops the Pacifica in reliability earning higher ratings from J.D. Power. The Sienna also comes with an impressive three-year/36,000-mile basic warranty and a five-year/60,000-mile powertrain warranty.
  • You will get an amazing towing capacity of 3,500 pounds in the Sienna, making it a great option to bring all of your toys along for the ride.

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