While the broad market acceptance of minivans has waned in recent years with the exploding popularity of SUVs and crossovers, there remains a pretty solid core of buyers: people with young children, pets, aging seniors, and family members with impaired mobility. For them, the minivan makes perfect sense.
The 2020 Toyota Sienna, now in its tenth year since its last major revision, is one of just a handful of minivans still on sale in the U.S. The others include the Chrysler Pacifica and Voyager, Dodge Grand Caravan, Honda Odyssey, Kia Sedona, and Mercedes-Benz Metris. The 2020 Sienna lineup consists of L, LE, SE, SE Premium, XLE, XLE Premium, Limited, and Limited Premium trims. Including $1,095 destination charge, base prices run from $32,660 to $50,435. All-wheel drive is available at extra cost on all models but the base Sienna L. The Sienna can be configured as a seven- or eight-passenger vehicle with either a second-row bench seat or captain’s chairs. New for 2020 is a Nightshade Edition for the SE and SE Premium trims that includes a black-mesh sport grille, black door handles and mirror caps, black-painted 18- or 19-inch alloy wheels, black Toyota badges, and a black rear spoiler.