Since the debut in 2021, the current generation of the Sienna minivan had no big changes. After three years in the market, the 2025 Toyota Sienna should be redesigned. It won’t be a big upgrade, but fans still want some interior updates. Outside, small modifications are going to make the MPV fresh and attractive.
Besides small exterior and interior revisits, the minivan could also add another engine option. At the moment, only hybrid is available. A plug-in system is something that comes first to our minds. A less likely outcome would be a petrol unit, while it is still early to talk about the Sienna EV. It will come out eventually.
The minivan is efficient and available with plenty of options when it comes to equipment. The LE is the base trim, while the 2025 Toyota Sienna can become pretty exclusive with the Platinum edition. The 25th Anniversary model will be dropped, while the Woodland package is under the question mark. By 2025, more trim levels and colors will be added, while some of the existing could be dropped.
2025 Toyota Sienna Redesign
A fresh look is still drawing attention. However, Toyota is still thinking about the future and the redesign of the minivan is near. Small updates of the front fascia will do the job, while changes at the back will be minor. More features and accessories reshuffling across packages is expected as a part of the interior update. Details are still unavailable. Toyota prioritizes bigger projects, such as the next-gen 4Runner SUV, or all-electric Tacoma truck.
The 2025 Toyota Sienna can take up to eight passengers. Alternatively, a seven-seat configuration is available at higher trim levels, with captain’s chairs in the middle row. The redesign should improve access to the cabin and exit as well. The company was focused on comfort, so the 2025 YM can only improve it further. With all seats folded, the cargo space capacity is 101 cu.ft. There are 33 cu.ft. behind the third row.
The Safety Sense suite offers park assist, a rear-seat reminder, pedestrian detection, cruise control, auto high beams, and road sign recognition. Some of the coolest features you will find in Sienna are voice recognition and audio commands, a 9-in touchscreen, 7 USB ports, and a remote connect. The minivan is cool for camping with a power outlet. High-end trim levels offer an HD rear-seat entertaining package.
Interior and Exterior Colors
The company is going to add an option or two for the 2025 Toyota Sienna, and most of the existing shades will be still available. Those are Midnight Black Metallic, Cypress, Sunset Bronze Mica, Cement, Ice Cap, Blueprint, Ruby Flare Pearl, Predawn Gray Mica, and Celestial Silver Metal. Some of these are premium options and cost extra.
The interior color depends on the material. The base model uses gray fabric. SofTex is an option for mid-range trims. Paints for this type of interior are called Moonstone and Chateau. Brown, graphite and black are colors of perforated leather at the highest trims.
2025 Toyota Sienna Hybrid Specs, Plug-In System to be Added
Under the hood of the 2025 Toyota Sienna is a hybrid system. The main source of power is a 2.5-liter four-cylinder unit. The total output of the system is 245 horsepower. We can find this setup in the new Highlander. The focus was on the improvement of gas mileage. The new Sienna achieves 36 mpg combined. All-wheel drive is not consuming too much more gas, but it is available only with a 7-seat layout. A CVT transmission distributes power.
A plug-in hybrid would be a safe upgrade for the minivan. Using the same gas engine and more potent electric battery, the vehicle can get more power and keep the gas mileage. For example, the Rav4 crossover delivers 302 hp and loses only a few miles per gallon. Sienna PHEV could be at the same power level, while the fuel economy should stay around 33-34 mpg. The downside is – plug-in hybrid costs significantly more.
The LE is the entry-level model and its price is will be closer to $40,000 in 2025. The XLE adds features worth of $5,000. If you pay $7,000 more atop of that, you can get the 7-seat Limited edition with wireless charger, cooled seats, leather seats and JBL audio. Only Platinum package beats this offer with HUD, premium leather, and heated second-row buckets. Still, the price for the Sienna Platinum is already above $50,000 and after the redesign, with new options, it can be very close to $60k.
The PHEV system will add a couple of grands to the price. For example, the difference between a Rav4 hybrid and plug-in hybrid in the same trim level is $10,000. Chrysler Pacifica is the only PHEV minivan currently available in the US. The market for vans is shredding and besides these two, you can also find Honda Odyssey and Kia Carnival (Sedona’s successor).