2013 Toyota Sienna Fuel Economy

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Toyota used to stand alone in offering a four-cylinder engine in its Sienna minivan, but it's been dropped for the 2013 model year, leaving the minivan with only V-6 power and as a result, with lower net fuel economy.

The V-6 earns EPA-rated fuel economy of 18 miles per gallon city, 25 miles per gallon highway, in front-drive form. That's competitive with the minivans from Nissan and Chrysler, but is outgunned by the top versions of the Honda Odyssey by a few miles per gallon, at 19/28 mpg.

With its four-cylinder no more, the Sienna falls behind the Odyssey in the gas-mileage derby.
Opt for all-wheel drive, and the Sienna's mileage ratings fall to 16/23 mpg, down 1 mpg on the city cycle this year.

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