Discussion in 'In the News' started by xcel, Aug 2, 2022.
I love seeing the real world improvement documented on fuelly.
Probably well known to actual buyers, but I'm just a virtual tire kicker.
My Crosstrek Hybrid does not have a spare tire either, and this vehicle is definitely expected to go off road, even if it's just my grassy/weedy, sloped backyard. The ground was wet and soft 2 years ago in springtime and the car was still fairly new. I almost managed to stay in electric mode, but the slope was a little bit too much and the engine started up. I was rescuing a brush cutter with transmission problems that had been "abandoned" for a year down at the bottom of the hill.
Amazing charts showing what occurred with the change to the Hybrid drivetrain only in 2021! If only every OEM had access to that kind of technology providing that level of real world efficiency.
Bottom line. The staff loved the 2021 Sienna to the tune of 40000 miles in one year, and minimal maintenance cost.
Oh, it was AWD with the optional little spare tire.
The 2023 Toyota Sienna Retail pricing has finally gone live on their consumer site. The $120 upcharge for the 23 MY and D&H being the same is actually a decent deal if you can pick one up for MSRP soon.
2023 Toyota Sienna
2023 Toyota Sienna Retail Pricing (MSRP)
LE (FWD/AWD 8-passenger) - $35,385/$37,385, + $100 over the 2022 MY
XLE (FWD 8-passenger) - $40,695, + $120 over the 2022 MY
XLE (FWD/AWD 7-passenger) - $40,695/$42,695, + $120 over the 2022 MY
XSE (FWD/AWD 7-passenger) - $42,945/$43,705, + $120 over the 2022 MY
Limited (FWD/AWD 7-passenger) - $47,645/$49,645, + $120 over the 2022 MY
Platinum (FWD/AWD 7-passenger) - $50,845/$51,605, + $120 over the 2022 MY
D&H = $1,335 did not change from the 2022.
With the minimal 23 upcharge - I wish the 23 Sienna included the new Toyota Infotainment system(s) going in every other Toyota and Lexus, I made a request to purchase a FWD XLE in 7-passenger configuration at MSRP to replace my sons 2019 Hyundai Kona we sold a few months back.
2019 Hyundai Kona
My daughter-in-law standing in front of her now sold Kona.
I will keep you updated on this.
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