2019 Toyota Sienna Hybrid is an answer to buyers that were disappointed with last year model and petrol engine as the only option in that model. Following market demands, but also futuristic plans for fuel saving and environment protection, Toyota made this version with a hybrid engine offered together with the petrol one. However, there are many other changes in this version, just to offer more things to new buyers.
2019 Toyota Sienna Hybrid is not many changes from the last model when it comes to the design. That means that it is the same simple and almost cubic shape of the car, especially its rear end, with simple flat doors and flat roof on the top. The front end has trapezoidal mesh grille with simple front lights and thin air intake on the top. The vehicle also has rounded fog lights on the sides and few details in chrome. The vehicle also has dents on the sides and hands on the roof, which comes as a decoration, too. Otherwise, the car is simple but functional.
2019 Toyota Sienna Hybrid is obviously made for families and long traveling, so the cabin is wide and comfortable and has many additions to the entertainment field. There is Entune 3.0 infotainment system, five USB ports, Bluetooth and power lock and windows, all in base trim. Commands are collected in 6.1-inch touchscreen in the middle of the simple dashboard. For those who are willing to pay more for extra equipment, there are adaptive cruise control, automatic high beams, automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, anti-lock brakes, and airbags in higher trim.
The name 2019 Toyota Sienna Hybrid says that it will have a new engine from the hybrids, which brings many novelties in strength and fuel economy. The petrol unit is 3.5-liter V6 that produces 296 horsepower and 263 pound-feet of torque, paired with the eight-speed automatic transmission. However, it is not known which model with be paired with it as an electric part, but we are sure that it will decrease fuel consumption remaining the same strength of the car.
2019 Toyota Sienna Hybrid Price
We are not sure how much 2019 Toyota Sienna Hybrid will finally cost, but that should be higher than $30,000, the price of the current model. The reason is the new hybrid engine, obviously. However, that price should be competitive enough to help Sienna to deal with competitors like Kia Sedona, Honda Odyssey, Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Pacifica.