2021 Toyota Sienna Review

2021 Toyota Sienna Review | Bob Tyler Toyota

Families seeking a spacious and dependable minivan may be interested in the 2021 Toyota Sienna. With room for eight and plenty of features, this automobile could work with your lifestyle around Pensacola and Fort Walton Beach, Florida.

If you’re interested in learning more, continue reading through this review from Bob Tyler Toyota. After that, you can always contact us to view the model up close near Daphne, Alabama.

2021 Toyota Sienna Quick Facts

Maximum Seating Capacity


Passenger Volume

162.5 cubic feet

Maximum Cargo Volume

101 cubic feet

Number of Trim Levels


EPA-Estimated Fuel Economy

36 city/36 highway MPG1

Room for Your Family & Belongings

2021 Toyota Sienna Review The 2021 Toyota Sienna can seat up to eight people, making it easy to drive your co-workers to the office or your kids and their friends to soccer practice.

Plus, no matter which row you sit in, you’ll have plenty of room to stretch out in. That’s in part thanks to the following interior measurements:

  • First-row legroom: 40.3 inches
  • Second-row legroom: 39.9 inches
  • Third-row legroom: 38.7 inches

In addition to having up to 162.5 cubic feet of passenger volume, the Sienna offers more than enough space for all your cargo. When every seat is in the upright position, you’ll be awarded with 33.5 cubic feet. For those times when you need maximum space, fold the second and third rows down for 101 cubic feet.

Accessing the cargo area can be easy, too. Kick your foot under the rear bumper and watch as the available hands-free power rear liftgate opens in seconds—no dropping of bags required!

Comfort & Safety Are Top of Mind

No matter if you’re traveling alone or with a packed van, your comfort and safety are of the upmost importance. Toyota recognizes this and offers plenty of features within its 2021 Sienna. This includes amenities, like:

  • Heated/ventilated front seats
  • Heated second-row captain’s chairs
  • 4-zone automatic climate control

Then there are the features to help protect everyone on board. Ten airbags come standard, including a driver’s knee airbag and seat-mounted side airbags for the second row. An Anti-lock Brake System comes standard, too, for optimal stopping power.

Of course, it’s important to help prevent any accident from occurring in the first place. That’s why the Sienna comes standard with Toyota Safety Sense™ 2.0. Thanks to features, like a Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, you can have the peace of mind needed to drive around in this minivan.

High-Tech Features Inside the Sienna

2021 Toyota Sienna Review Commutes to work, rides to school, and trips to the grocery store—who says any of these have to be done in silence? With the cutting-edge technologies available in the Toyota Sienna, everyone can stay entertained throughout your excursions.

A 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system comes standard, while options for Premium Audio and Dynamic Navigation are available. Within any of these systems, you can find features, like:

  • Amazon Alexa
  • Apple CarPlay®/Android Auto™ smartphone integration
  • SiriusXM® with 3-month All Access trial subscription

A 12-speaker JBL® audio system is available, so all your music, phone calls, and more will enter your cabin in crystal-clear quality. Additionally, Wi-Fi Connect comes standard. Since up to five devices can connect to the internet, everyone can surf the web—no matter how far from home you roam.

Test Drive the 2021 Toyota Sienna Today

In this 2021 Toyota Sienna review, we touched on many good points about this minivan. However, it only scratches the surface of its offerings. If you want to learn more, we suggest a more “hands-on” approach.

If you’re interested in taking this minivan for a spin near Pensacola and Fort Walton Beach, FL, or Daphne, AL, then don’t wait. Schedule a test drive at Bob Tyler Toyota!


1 EPA-estimated 36 city/36 hwy/36 combined MPG for 2021 Sienna FWD models; 35 city/36 hwy/35 combined MPG for 2021 Sienna AWD models. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary for many reasons, including your vehicle’s condition and how/where you drive. See www.fueleconomy.gov.