While the 2020 Toyota Sienna is impressive in many ways, the feature that stands out most is its available all-wheel-drive capability. Why is it so special? No other minivan currently on the market has it. That means drivers who live in climates that receive seasonal inclement weather that can make things slick won’t have the traction that all-wheel drive can provide in any other model.
To help prospective buyers shop the 2020 Toyota Sienna lineup, we break down which trims offer front-wheel drive and which offer all-wheel drive below.
2020 Toyota Sienna Drivetrain Options By Trim Level
All five trim levels in the 2020 Sienna lineup, including models outfitted with the auto-access seat option, will come standard with front-wheel drive. If front-wheel drive is your drivetrain of choice, go ahead and shop the full lineup based on your other preferred amenities and features.
When things get slick, the available all-wheel drive system on the Toyota Sienna can help you find needed traction for safe travel. All-wheel drive is an available feature on the 2020 Sienna only, meaning drivers will need to specifically choose to add on this feature. All-wheel drive is available on most of the lineup, excluding base L configurations and models outfitted with the auto-access seat feature. If all-wheel drive is important to you, be sure to let your local Toyota dealer know and they can help match you up with the best configuration for your needs.
Test Drive the 2020 Toyota Sienna in St. Louis, MO
Climb behind the wheel of the updated 2020 Toyota Sienna for a test drive at Ackerman Toyota in St. Louis, MO. Schedule an appointment in person, by phone, or online using our easy-fill form.