TORONTO, Dec. 3 /CNW/ - Canadian drivers looking for a minivan that's as big on style as it is on versatility will find everything they need - including surprising affordability and more - in the all new, third generation, 2011 Toyota Sienna - unveiled this week at the 2009 Los Angeles Auto Show.
The new Sienna continues to be the only vehicle in its segment that offers an all-wheel-drive option - ideal and surefooted for a changing Canadian climate. The new model will offer innovative firsts in versatility, refinement, comfort, and entertainment. With the choice of eight models, two powertrains and drivetrains, flexible seating, second row ottoman seating, a wide split-screen entertainment system, and a multi-panel panoramic moonroof, Sienna drivers will be delighted by the made to measure philosophy behind the 2011 Sienna.
"The new Sienna is the perfect vehicle for Canadians with busy lifestyles - those who need a vehicle that can switch effortlessly between several roles, day in and day out," said Warren Orton, Director, Toyota Canada Inc. "With an all new, very stylish and innovative design loaded with surprisingly upscale features, the new Sienna will delight those who are shopping for a minivan for the first time - and reward those who have come to depend upon a minivan for convenient, flexible and fuel-efficient transportation."
The Sienna was designed by Toyota's Calty Design Research and developed at Toyota Technical Center in Ann Arbor, Mich., with assembly being accomplished at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana.
The new 2011 Sienna will begin arriving at Toyota dealerships across Canada in winter 2010. Pricing will be announced closer to the on-sale date.
SOURCE Toyota Canada Inc.
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