The Sienna remains one of the best all-around minivans you can buy. And up until the new Chrysler Pacifica showed up, it was the only minivan with available all-wheel-drive. The Sienna swaps out its 266-horsepower 3.5-liter V-6 and six-speed automatic transmission duo for a whole new 296-horsepower 3.5 that’s hitched to an equally new eight-speed automatic. Added to its added power are plenty of with smart features and enough capacity to cart up to eight friends and/or family members (seven if the optional second-row high-back chairs are selected to replace the three-person bench). Pretty much everything the driver can see or touch is excellent, including soft-touch materials on the door cards and dash, a three-spoke heated steering wheel, center console, transmission shifter, and the integrated Entune display audio system. In the top-level Sienna Limited, the mid-row buckets turn into reclining lounge seats that also feature swing-up foot rests for maximum self-indulgent travel (just try to pry the kids out of them). The third-row bench can be folded flat into the load floor when not needed.
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