The 2019 Toyota Sienna will meet the expectations of the automotive market with rumors about a hybrid powertrain. As a third-generation Sienna overhaul, it will benefit from a slight improvement on the outside and inside, as well as settings characterized by higher fuel consumption without compromising performance.
2019 Toyota Sienna Engine, Specs
Toyota will certainly have to find something special to meet the high expectations that could not be met with previous versions, so that what they aim for the new 2019 Toyota Sienna . The FKS V6 2.5L and 2GR engine will retain the new model, although improvements and improvements are being made to improve fuel efficiency. The power remains the same at 296 hp and the maximum torque is still 263 lb-ft. Although it sounds good enough, the engine looks like sports car engines because these numbers are only made at very high speeds. The van like this should have a low torque, but Toyota did not choose it for any reason.
Sienna is already one of the most economical minibuses. The model will boast with 20 MPG in the city and 25 MPG on the highway. This is of course a consequence of Toyota’s poor performance. However, it is a low price for practicality.
When it comes to hybrid powertrain rumors, Toyota is investing a lot of money in research and development. Although hybrid systems are only a short-term solution, manufacturers are under enormous pressure to improve their efficiency. However, there is no concrete evidence that the 2019 Toyota Sienna will receive hybrid treatment. If this were the case, the status would only increase as a practical minibus.
Rumors circulate this 3.5-liter V6 petrol engine with an electric motor and the 17.4-kWh lithium-ion battery. For now, these are just rumors.
2019 Toyota Sienna Release Date, Price
The basic Sienna model currently costs $ 29,750. It is expected that the 2019 model will trade the same margin if current incomes are below average. The expected price is about $ 30,000 for the base model and even peaks at $ 50,000.
The expected release date due to speculation is around July 2018, but can continue until mid-October. Since this car is not a popular choice, you should not expect the 2019 Toyota Sienna to be the next best-selling van just because of this update. The main competitors of this minivan are Nissan Quest, Kia Sedona and Dodge Grand Caravan.