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F 40.3"/M 39.9"/R 38.7"
F 40.1"/M 39.9"/R 37.4"
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Minivans and fuel economy don't usually go hand in hand, but that's an exception with the 2023 Toyota Sienna Hybrid. While exact fuel economy can vary based on trim/configuration, road conditions, and other factors, the base LE trim with a 2.5L four-cylinder hybrid powertrain, six-cylinder automatic transmission, and front-wheel drive gets an EPA-estimated 36 mpg combined.
While front-wheel drive is standard on the 2023 Toyota Sienna Hybrid, all-wheel drive is optional on every trim. On the Woodlands Edition trim, AWD even comes standard. Toyota's AWD system automatically adjusts power and torque to maximize traction and control, even in slick or otherwise rough road conditions.
Where the 2023 Sienna Hybrid really shines is in its interior. It boasts a spacious cabin with seating for seven or eight passengers—depending on if you choose a model with a second-row bench seat or captain's chairs. For added comfort, all 2023 Sienna Hybrid models include second-row sunshades, tri-zone automatic climate control, and a power-adjustable driver's seat. And even with all three rows of seating fully intact, you'll enjoy 33.5 cu-ft of dedicated cargo space in the rear. With second and third row seats folded down, you can expand the cargo storage up to a maximum of 101 cu-ft to accommodate larger items, such as furniture and sports gear.
With seven trim configurations to choose from, the 2023 Sienna Hybrid has something to offer for every driver. From the base LE trim and 25 Anniversary Edition to the range-topping Platinum, every model is equipped with conveniences like power-sliding side doors, smartphone integration, a touchscreen display, and no fewer than seven USB ports for easy device charging. Those looking for more luxurious features should check out the Platinum trim, which boasts a 360-degree parking camera, premium leather upholstery, a heated steering wheel, and heated front/second row seats.
Toyota doesn't skimp on the driver-assistance features, and this remains true for the 2023 Sienna Hybrid. Even on its base trim, you'll find forward-collision mitigation, lane departure warning, blind-spot monitoring, and adaptive cruise control. Automatic high beams are also standard, so you won't have to fidget around the steering wheel controls for extra light when you need it most.
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