2007 Toyota Sienna Review
This review was written when the 2007 Toyota Sienna was new.
The Sienna delivers one of the best combinations of power, comfort, and interior space in its class.
Reviewers find that the 2007 Toyota Sienna is a comfortable, safe, and reliable minivan with a surprising amount of power off the line, a touch of exterior flair, and plenty of space for a family and its stuff. Automobile Magazine contends, "The Sienna is great for drivers who require the people- and cargo-toting versatility a minivan offers, yet want a refined, civilized vehicle." Forbes voices a similar sentiment, saying, "If one needs a lot of passenger and cargo room -- and no one would buy a minivan if they didn't -- then the Sienna gets our vote as one terrific family car." Built on a modified Camry platform, the Sienna, reports Motor Trend, is "loaded with many (if not all) of the best features offered by the competitors."
Consumer Guide names the Sienna a "Recommended Pick," explaining that it "combines good ideas from rival minivans with its own appealing pluses, including first-rate refinement, build quality, and carlike road manners." Edmunds calls it "the right mix of product and pricing" that "has the proud Toyota reputation behind it." Kelley Blue Book reports that the Sienna has "strong resale value" because of "its solid build and a spotless reputation for reliability." IntelliChoice gives the Sienna a ranking of "Excellent" for its predicted five-year total cost of ownership, compared to other vehicles in its class.
The Sienna is available in four trim levels: the base CE, as well as the higher-level LE, XLE, and Limited. All but the CE are available with all-wheel drive.