2021 Toyota Sienna parked outside of a house

How much will the new Sienna minivan cost?

What is the MSRP of the 2021 Toyota Sienna?

For the 2021 model year, the popular Toyota Sienna minivan has gotten quite a makeover. It now offers a hybrid powertrain on all trims within the versatile lineup, and as usual there are plenty of creature comforts and technology features built in to make for a great family automobile. Toyota has released a lot of information on the Sienna updates ahead of its November 2020 release, and most recently has provided information about the different Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP) for each of its trim levels. What is the MSRP of the 2021 Toyota Sienna? Read ahead for a breakdown of the costs. 

What technology features does the 2021 Toyota Sienna offer?

2021 Toyota Sienna MSRP by trim and drivetrain 

You will find six models in the 2021 Toyota Sienna lineup: LE, XLE (8 passengers), XLE (7 passengers), XSE, Limited, and Platinum. With the exception of the 8-passenger variation of the XLE model, you can also select between front-wheel drive (FWD) or all-wheel drive. We have a chart below outlining the MSRP of each Sienna model and the applicable drivetrain. Take a look! 

Sienna ModelFWD MSRPAWD MSRP
Sienna LE$34,460$36,460
Sienna XLE (8 Passengers)$39,750-
Sienna XLE (7 Passengers)$39,750$41,750
Sienna XSE$42,000$42,760
Sienna Limited$46,700$48,500
Sienna Platinum$49,900$50,460

*MSRP does not include Delivery, Processing & Handling of $1,175. 

There are additional options and packages that you can add onto the new Sienna to further tailor it to your needs and your preferences as well, so you can truly make the Sienna your own! 

2021 Toyota Sienna hybrid powertrain 

2021 Toyota Sienna head-on driving away from city

As we mentioned above, the new Sienna comes standard with a hybrid powertrain throughout the lineup. It’s equipped with the Toyota Hybrid System II, which produces a combined net total of 245 horsepower and can get an EPA-estimated 36 miles per gallon on combined city/highway driving. With that kind of efficiency, you’ll be able to squeeze a lot out of your fuel dollar.