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Old 03-21-2019, 08:38 AM
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Default 2021 Toyota Sienna

Not exactly the hottest segment anymore, but still, there will be a new, larger Sienna (as we can see form the way the mule has been extended in basically all directions)

https://www.carscoops.com/2019/03/20...-wider-tracks/




Underneath, expect larger TNGA (so Camry) stuff...
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Old 03-21-2019, 07:35 PM
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I'm going to guess that this shares alot with the Highlander
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Love the zombie looks, although you could mistake it for a standard car in Detroit
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hope theres a BMW under that garb
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I'd rather have the superior quality, reliability, and durability of the Toyota.
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I'd rather have the superior quality, reliability, and durability of the Toyota.
Especially in a family vehicle (and, given BMW has only ever produced one MPV, which I personally don't regard as a great vehicle, let alone a great BMW), I will choose reliability and quality every day over motor journalist favorite qualities like steering feel, handling on the track or "sportier premium image"....
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I was being sarcastic ;). But totally agree and Toyota don't need no help making the swagger wagon great again.
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Maybe the longer rear overhang noted in the linked article will give Toyota engineers room to provide a battery for a hybrid or PIH version while still keeping the folding rear seat. PLEASE.
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Automotive News claims the next gen will have hybrid version: https://www.autonews.com/future-prod...art-av-project
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The Sienna should have been a hybrid-only vehicle a decade ago.
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