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It was debuted in 2011, and since then has received only minor changes.New Toyota Sienna 2018 for the first time in many years, will receive the update engine and transmission.
It is rumored to be exported to emerging markets such as China by the year 2010.
In July 2005, Toyota announced early changes for the 2006 model year.
The front fascia, Side molding, and rear taillamps were redesigned.
The Sienna replaced the first generation Toyota Previa van in 1998 befitting as a more conventional Front wheel drive layout, and was last updated in 2004 as a larger model. In late 1997, Toyota launched the smaller Front wheel drive 1998 Toyota Sienna in the North American market as a replacement for the rather avant-garde MR layout Toyota Previa The Toyota Sienna debuted with a 3.0-liter 1MZ-FE V6 Engine rated at 145 Watt and 284 N·m (209 lb·ft) of Torque.
Built on an extended platform of the Toyota Camry, the Sienna was appropriately marketed as the "Camry of minivans".
However, while the Odyssey's "Magic Seat" was a one-piece folding bench, the Sienna's was made even more innovative by a convenient 60/40 split configuration for enhanced versatility.
Power-retractable side-windows integrated into the second-row sliding-doors (first introduced in the Mazda MPV) were also new along with available eight-passenger seating (CE and LE only), power sliding doors and power liftgate (standard on XLE and Limited, optional on LE), High-intensity discharge (HID) Xenon Headlamps (XLE Limited), radar-based Adaptive cruise control (optional), Parking sensors (optional), "kid-view" mirror, voice-activated Automotive navigation system (optional, includes Backup camera), Remote keyless system, Steering wheel Steering wheel, rear HVAC, heavy-duty tow-ready package, rear-seat DVD entertainment system, Tire-pressure monitoring system, and Run-flat tires that came standard with the available All wheel drive.
The measurements for horsepower and torque were changed to the Society of Automotive Engineers's new specifications (from 230 hp and 242 ft·lbf to 215 hp and 222 ft·lbf, respectively).
Blue-backlit Electroluminescent "Optitron" gauges were added to LE, XLE, and Limited trims.
The engine now came equipped with a Variable valve timing feature VVT-i boosting output to 210 hp (157 k W) and 220 lb·ft (298 N·m) torque.
This generation was noteworthy for its impressive Automobile safety content as one of the few minivans to offer competitive options including Anti-lock brakes, Electronic Stability Control (VSC), Traction control and Airbag Airbag.
For 2007, a new 2GR-FE 3.5-liter V6 engine putting out 266 hp (198 k W) replaced the old unit, and a new seven-spoke alloy wheel design was made exclusive to the Limited and AWD models.