Pros: Availability of class-exclusive all-wheel drive; solid driving dynamics; broad range of trim levels and option packages, higher trim levels boast near Lexus-level cabin appointments
Cons: Some budget-grade interior plastics on lower-level models; some controls aren’t conveniently located and require a stretch to reach; less outright cargo volume than most class competitors, cash incentives are rare
CG Says: The 2014 Sienna stands out from the minivan pack by being the only example to be offered with all-wheel drive. The 2014 Sienna can’t match Chrysler’s Stow ‘n Go fold-flush 2nd-row seats or Honda’s overall refinement, but this versatile Toyota compensates with terrific interior comfort and useful cargo flexibility. Sienna is well worth your time and consideration. Also, Toyota’s typically strong strong resale value should play a role in your final decision making.