Used 2017 Toyota Sienna Pricing


2017 Toyota Sienna
List Price $36,310 - $47,310
Consumer Rating
(35)

2017 Highlights

For 2017, the Toyota Sienna receives an upgraded V6 engine and new eight-speed transmission. The rest of its features and options carry over unchanged.
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Pros

  • Refined ride quality gives it a confident feel from the driver seat
  • High-quality materials and trim throughout the cabin
  • Wide range of adjustments for the second-row seats
  • No other minivan offers the option of all-wheel drive

Cons

  • Fewer features than some of its newer competitors
  • Second-row seats are heavy and awkward to remove

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Used 2017 Toyota Sienna for Sale

Toyota Sienna 2017 LE 8-Passenger 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 8A) Midnight Black Metallic Ash premium cloth39,930 miles
Used 2017Toyota SiennaLE 8-Passenger
List:$24,698
Est.Loan: $450/mo
Fair Deal
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Dealer Notes

3rd Row Seat,Bluetooth Connection,Rear Spoiler,ASH; FABRIC SEAT MATERIAL,MIDNIGHT BLACK METALLIC This vehicle includes a Money-Back Guarantee* and passed our precise inspection process. Best of all the price you see is the price you pay. No haggling. No back and forth. No pressure. And this price is so good it is guaranteed. * CLEAN / ONE OWNER CARFAX * AUTONATION IS A HAGGLE FREE / ONE PRICE DEALERSHIP * WE OFFER OUR BEST PRICE UP FRONT TO ELIMINATE THE STRESS OFTEN ASSOCIATED WITH PURCHASING AT A DEALERSHIP * WE WOULD LIKE TO HELP YOU BUY A CAR * NOT JUST SELL YOU ONE * OFFERED WITH AN INDUSTRY LEADING AUTONATION 125 POINT INSPECTION AND A 90 DAY / 4,000 MILE WARRANTY AND A 5 DAY / NO QUESTIONS ASKED / MONEY BACK GUARANTEE * CALL NOW TO SCHEDULE YOUR TEST DRIVE * AN APPOINTMENT WILL GUARANTEE THE BEST USE OF YOUR VALUABLE TIME AND ENSURE THE BEST POSSIBLE SERVICE. *Money-Back Guarantee is valid for 5 days or 250 miles, whichever comes first. Subject to certain terms and conditions. See store for details. Some restrictions apply.

Toyota Sienna 2017 LE 8-Passenger 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 8A) Super White Ash premium cloth43,852 miles
Used 2017Toyota SiennaLE 8-Passenger
List:$20,998
Est.Loan: $382/mo
Great Deal
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Hertz Car Sales, Buying a Car Made Better ! Our Hertz Certified vehicles come with a 12mo/12k mile ltd warranty. We offer a full range of financing solutions, and Trade-ins are welcome. Just what you've been looking for. With quality in mind, this vehicle is the perfect addition to take home. A truly breathtaking example of pure vehicle design achievement...this is the vehicle of your dreams! There is no reason why you shouldn't buy this Toyota Sienna LE Auto Access Seat. It is incomparable for the price and quality. More information about the 2017 Toyota Sienna: The minivan segment is a fiercely contested market in which features, pricing and capacities remain extremely competitive. The current Sienna continues be leader with its strong V6, 6-speed automatic transmission and mileage estimates of 25 mpg on the highway. The Sienna distinguishes itself as being the only minivan to offer all-wheel drive as an option as well as seating configurations for up to eight passengers. Even the entry-level L trim includes such comfort options such as keyless entry, 3-zone air conditioning and 10 cup holders. Strengths of this model include spacious, comfortable interior, fuel economy, V6 power, up to 8-passenger seating, true car-like handling, and Available all-wheel drive Visit us at HertzCarSalesLeesburg.com or call us at (877) 492-2452.

Toyota Sienna 2017 XLE 7-Passenger Mobility Auto Access 4dr Minivan (3.5L 6cyl 8A) Predawn Gray Mica 32,250 miles
Used 2017Toyota SiennaXLE 7-Passenger Mobility Auto Access
List:$25,757
Est.Loan: $469/mo
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CARFAX One-Owner. Clean CARFAX. Predawn Gray Mica 2017 Toyota Sienna XLE 7 Passenger FWD 8-Speed Automatic 3.5L V6 SMPI DOHC ***Carfax One Owner***, ABS brakes, Alloy wheels, Bumpers: body-color, Compass, Electronic Stability Control, Front dual zone A/C, Heated door mirrors, Heated Front Bucket Seats, Heated front seats, Illuminated entry, Leather Seat Material, Low tire pressure warning, No Accident History on Carfax, Power door mirrors, Power moonroof, Remote keyless entry, Roof rack: rails only, Spoiler, Traction control. Recent Arrival! 27/19 Highway/City MPG Awards: * ALG Residual Value Awards All prices exclude taxes, title, license, and dealer processing fee of $699.00. Published price subject to change without notice to correct errors or omissions or in the event of inventory fluctuations. All features not on all vehicles. Vehicles shown are for illustration purposes only. MPG is based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary, depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery pack age/condition (hybrid only), and other factors. Reviews: * Refined ride quality gives it a confident feel from the driver seat; high-quality materials and trim throughout the cabin; wide range of adjustments for the second-row seats; no other minivan offers the option of all-wheel drive. Source: Edmunds

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Safety

NHTSA Overall Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis.
  • Frontal Barrier Crash Rating

    Overall4/5
    Driver5/5
    Passenger4/5
  • Side Crash Rating

    Overall5/5
  • Side Barrier Rating

    Overall5/5
    Driver5/5
    Passenger5/5
  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings

    Front Seat5/5
    Back Seat5/5
  • Rollover

    Rollover4/5
    Dynamic Test ResultNo Tip
    Risk Of Rollover14%

IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
  • Side Impact Test
    G
    Good
  • Roof Strength Test
    G
    Good
  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
    G
    Good
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
    A
    Acceptable
  • Moderate Overlap Front Test
    G
    Good

Top Consumer Reviews

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Consumer Rating


Sienna - Tried, True and Improved
I've owned our last Sienna for 12+ years. The '17 has many similarities, but feels like it's on steroids! Loving the ride, creature comforts and electronics. If any downside, I'd say while the ECO setting gives better mileage a find myself turning that setting off when driving around town as the minivan is much more responsive around town when its off. Overall, I'm very pleased with our purchase.
Big Transmission Problem - STAY AWAY (UNSAFE)
I bought this car brand new after test driving a couple of times. As the computer learned the driving habits, it's supposed to adjust (fine tune) the transmission over a period of time. Well, this fine-tuning thing didn't improve the drive. I took the car to the dealer 3 times. The dealer said they couldn't find anything wrong during the first two sessions. They offered to reset the computer. Finally, the 3rd session, the service manager finally admitted that this is a know problem, but he couldn't do anything about it. I tested drive another brand new Sienna and it's pretty bad as well. I'm an engineer, and crying and regretting buying this car. FRIENDS DON'T LET FRIENDS BUY A FLAWED SIENNA. PLEASE STAY AWAY. I REGRET NOT BUYING ANOTHER HONDA ODYSSEY. Here are my problems: 1. This occurred five times - When driving on the street at 40-45 mph and slowing down to a stop on a red light at the intersection, the car jerks (stutters like the transmission or drive train gears can’t transition) significant enough for my wife on the front passenger seat to ask what’s wrong with the car. The car had 60 miles on the odometer when the first occurrence happened. The car now has 275 miles on the odometer. 2. I do not feel any acceleration for a second or so then it kicked in with a big gear kick, especially when: a. I go over speed bumps at a slow speed, and press on the throttle after going over the bump. b. I lift off the throttle approaching a corner, and pressing on the throttle half way through the corner. Feels like the gear slipped (engine whines, but no acceleration) then exerted a big gear kick. 3. I noticed that while I turn left on curve road (in the neighborhood) around 15-20 mph, the gear stutters a little bit, enough to feel like the wheel hits loose gravels. 4. In general, it appears the engine whines a lot when accelerating from stop. It feels like there isn’t much torque. 5. Overall the driving experience for the past couple of weeks has been dreadful. Spending a lot of hard earned money for a car that constantly reminds me of problems is not a happy state of mind. I tried my brother-in-law’s 2014 Sienna, and it does not exhibit any of the problems above.
Greatly Improved over 2014 Sienna
I totaled my Sienna 2014 XLE after 3.5 years of driving it. I hit two deer in a 75 mph zone. Air bags deployed, and I wasn't injured except for ear problems due to the side airbag hitting me in the ear. I now have a 2017 Sienna SE Premium. Technology is much advanced since 2014. The BlueTooth interface is greatly improved (much easier to use with a shorter introduction: "How may I help you" as compared to the long explanation before), though during phone calls people can still tell I am in the car (however, one friend told me it sounded better than the 2014) . By comparison, with my 2010 Kia Sorento BlueTooth, people usually couldn't tell I was driving. The Kia had the microphone on the driver's side windshield pillar; Toyota has kept the microphone in the center above the rear view mirror. iPod interface is greatly improved since 2014. The navigation screen is bigger and better. There is now an information screen in between the speedometer and tachometer. You can customize the screen (mpg, digital speedometer, miles to empty, etc., outside temp is always displayed on the screen) as well as view turn directions, speed limit, and iPod content from the screen. The seats are much more comfortable than those in the 2014. Down hill assist works great: I do a lot of mountain and hill driving. The 2014 had down hill assist, but it didn't work well. Cabin lights are improved: window, door and cup holder lights are brighter and easier to see; they are now blue instead of green. The ride seems quieter than the 2014, even though the SE comes with 19" rims. The handling is better--tighter, more responsive steering. The engine is now 8 speeds for better gas mileage, but I notice that the pick-up isn't as good: it seems to take longer when I step on the gas getting onto the freeway. The 2017 comes with LED daytime running lights, and the tail lights are LED, so that it looks like they are all white until the diodes light up. The SE does not have automatic third row windows--I miss that: they can only be opened manually. The XLE comes with automatic third row windows. The SE Premium comes with 6 speakers instead of four, which is one reasons I went with Premium; however, it also has a rear entertainment system, which I think is a waste. I didn't want it. I would have preferred automatic third row windows or parking assist or adaptive (radar) cruise control, or a subwoofer, or another moon roof, or cooled seats to a drop-down screen that sometimes rattles and will probably never be used. All that wiring for nothing (Blu-ray player to screen, input jacks in the rear (s video?!), headphone jacks, wired into the sound system)! The built-in Blu-ray player takes the place of a storage shelf that I used to use. I almost backed out of the sale because I didn't want the entertainment system. Why oh why, Toyota, did you have to put the entertainment system in? People have iPads and gaming devices with better screens, but I can't buy a stand alone cooled seat, or automatic third row windows, or any of the other useful items I mentioned previously which would have taken much less wiring. What were you thinking? I went for the SE instead of the XLE because I wanted a black interior. I wear a lot of dark clothing and had problems with dye transfer in my 2014 Sienna with its light grey seats. There are still two glove compartments, but the top one no longer has shelves and seems smaller than the one in the 2014. There is a feature that uses the front microphone to project the driver's voice through the speakers so people in the back can hear the driver better. Interesting. We used it just for the fun of testing it out. It works, but is it useful? The dealer threw in rear parking sensors for free as I was waivering.

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