- AUTO FINANCING
|Body Style||MiniVan/ Van|
|Fuel type||Regular Unleaded|
|Engine||3.5-L V-6 EFI DOHC 24V|
|Combine MPG||18 MPG|
Toyota Sienna’s base four-cylinder engine delivers adequate power, unless you regularly carry lots of passengers and cargo or have to climb steep hills. As a result, many recommended choosing the V6-powered Sienna, which has more power and similar fuel economy. The four-cylinder 2012 Sienna gets an EPA-estimated 19/24 mpg city/highway, while the front-wheel drive V6 model achieves 18/25, both of which are on-par for a 2012 minivan.
Critics said the 2012 Sienna doesn’t have the sharpest handling in the class, but they wrote that it meets their expectations for a minivan, with a comfortable ride and smooth cornering behavior. They recommended the sportier SE trim for drivers who want slightly sharper handling and don’t mind sacrificing some ride comfort.