Toyota's made a conscious decision to steer clear of the least profitable end of the minivan market, which means all versions are priced from at least the high-$20,000 range, and offer a good deal of standard equipment.
That equipment list includes a folding third-row seat and sliding side doors; power features and cruise control; three-zone climate control; a tilt/telescoping steering wheel; remote keyless entry; and an AM/FM/CD player with an auxiliary jack. Stepping up to LE models adds on sunshades; a center console; steering-wheel audio and phone controls; and power sliding side doors. SE Siennas have 19-inch wheels; LED taillights; sport trim; and a leather-trimmed steering wheel. The well-trimmed XLE gets a power front passenger seat; a sunroof; a power tailgate; heated front seats; and second-row captain's chairs that we rave about in the Quality section.
Options on various models include DVD navigation; a Dual View rear-seat DVD entertainment system with an immense 16.4-inch wide pair of screens; and premium audio. Toyota demonstrated the widescreen effect with the latest Star Trek movie; trust us, you'll want it.