If you are part of raising a family, then you know how vital it is to have a vehicle that can handle everyone in your crew. You need a safe, spacious, comfortable, and reliable automobile that you can count on whether it is grocery night or a trip across the country. Minivans are a perfect fit for families, providing the kind of passenger and cargo capacity you need for family living. The Toyota Sienna has been impressing families for years, and it looks to carry on that tradition. With that being said, it is not without competition. Let’s take a look at a 2021 Toyota Sienna vs 2021 Honda Odyssey comparison and see how things shake out.
2021 Toyota Sienna
2021 Honda Odyssey
|8 / 8 (7 Available)
||Base / Maximum Seating
||7 / 8|
|36 City / 36 Hwy MPG
||Base Fuel Economy||19 City / 28 Hwy MPG
|33.5 Cubic Feet
||Cargo Volume Behind 3rd Row
||32.8 Cubic Feet
|Standard||Android Auto™ & Apple CarPlay®
Both minivans have a maximum seating capacity of eight people, with a seven-seat configuration being available in higher Sienna trims. But the Sienna starts you off with eight right off the bat. You need to climb higher in the trim ladder to get that in the Odyssey. You might also be wondering how the Sienna can have such higher fuel economy numbers than the Odyssey. That’s due in large part to the hybrid powertrain that is standard across the entire Sienna lineup. Budgeting is also an important factor when raising a family, and the Sienna can make your fuel dollar go a long way, significantly farther than what you can find in the Odyssey.
Of course, technology features to stay connected are also needed in any minivan, and the Sienna delivers. Whether your smartphone of choice uses an Android or an iOS operating system, you can synchronize your compatible device to the Sienna with its standard Android Auto™ and Apple CarPlay® integration. You won’t find that in the base trim of the Odyssey.
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