2022 Toyota Sienna consumer reviews

$35,285–$37,285 MSRP range
side view of 2022 Sienna Toyota
85% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.6
  • Interior design 4.4
  • Performance 4.4
  • Value for the money 4.4
  • Exterior styling 4.9
  • Reliability 4.9
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5.0

Best vehicle EVER!

I traded in my Mercedes a 2017 GLE 350 LOADED for this mini-van for a 9,000 mile road trip around the USA. Best decision ever! Much more comfortable and averaged 35mpg regular unleaded and when wife drove even better. Our's is the Platinum All Wheel Drive Model. NO PROBLEMS. Didn't even need the usual new car adjustments. Everything perfect out of the gate. I have been driving for over 48 years have had NEW Mercedes, BMW, Lexus and even Chrysler, Honda Mini Vans, SUVs, etc. NOTHING holds a candle to this 2022 Toyota Sienna. More room than our old Suburban and handles way better not to mention costs half to drive. The only negative is the Mini-van stigma. Even though Toyota was shooting for more of an SUV styling, people (especially my adult kids) just don't get it. Financially, I can drive just about anything I want and this is my dream vehicle! I hope and pray folks will get over the minivan stereotype for their sake!

5.0

Amazing Mileage

Amazing Fuel, Efficiency, 42 miles per gallon last tank full, 8-passenger, All-wheel drive (AWD), Hybrid, way more interior room and better visibility than buying an SUV. We previously owned a 2020 Toyota Highlander. No comparison how much more we like the 2022 Sienna, AWD, Hybrid! New Toyota Sienna's take 12 - 24 months to receive from factory.

3.7

2022 Sienna

Have had car 3 months, radio, navigation screen turns blue and goes blank Dealer says no fix toyota is aware of problem. I have had an avalon, camry, and a still have a Lexus. great autos. I really blame dealership, I will try to get some satisfaction from Toyota. I also do not like the interior because no closed area for small items like change no hideaways like avalon or camry. I may change my mind after I have it longer

4.3

Almost great

I like everything with my 2022 Sienna hybrid except traveling in it. If you put any weight in the rear, the front does not track as well or drive solid. I am told more weight was put in the rear with battery so any weight in the back effects the ride.

4.6

I'm in love with my Sienna

This is my first Toyota, so I was a little apprehensive in getting it, but my main reasons was this was the only All wheel drive hybrid minivan on the market. I had to order it because there were no models available due to the supply chain issues due to Covid, but the wait was well worth it. I am now so glad I bought this vehicle. The ride is excellent. Just as the Big Oil companies put the screws to the US consumers I started getting 600 mile per tank; IT'S GREAT! I love the safety features, this was my second biggest reason for getting a new car. I already have been awaken by the car twice while driving, the radar controlled cruise control works like a charm. The Auto hi-beams is great for those lonely dark rural roads. The AC outlets up front and in the rear are a god send and entertainment system has so many options! This is the only GPS system that actually knows where my house is; all others can't find my street (actually a dirt road). Every day I fall more and more in love with this vehicle.

5.0

Baby Boomers, here's a van made for US!

I have to say, I never expected a van to have so much to offer. And, the best thing, the gas mileage is the bomb along with the back-up camera. I got stopped several times since I purchased my van about it and I had nothing but good things to say. I am a tough buyer and I am excited when I get a good buy. I am in my 60's and had vehicles before, never new and this van is my retirement vehicle, well worth the money as well, along with the extra perks of maintenance, etc. Who knew I would ever purchase a Toyota vehicle but after months of research, I arrived at the top two vehicle, side-by-side with Subaru, the van won me over and I don't regret it at all! So much room, features and the best, my grand kids, nieces and nephews think I am cool with the USB ports and so many cup holders for coffee, water, juice, etc. I laugh because this is important to them. I can now fit all of them in one vehicle, have plenty of room and I only wished I had ordered the dvd player when getting the van. They bring their screen/laptop/etc., but it would be nice to have it for them all to view from the ceiling of van. Lesson learned. I use my free SXM to play the latest jams (not my choices and the music goes back to 50's, 60's and 70's once they leave) and they think I am the coolest grandmother and aunt:) My kids purchased my Thule Vector cargo box to carry all my extra stuff I want on road trips and honestly, I never imagine how much stuff can be stored in the cargo box. I finally was able to climb on the step up to roof and fill my box; it keeps me in shape moving and climbing, I am a pro now! The roof racks are pretty sweet. Last, I was not so good at Apple CarPlay and all the features so my grand kids schooled me and now I know more about it. I get these calls and text while driving and I can answer without touching anything while paying attention to the road. It's a fantastic way to stay connected and I don't have to take my hands off the wheel. My generation can learn from these new vehicles and enjoy their golden years with these new bells and whistlers. Sincerely, -Rhonda

4.7

Roomy, Comfortable, and Amazing Gas Mileage

My two biggest complaints are that it's not great on low end power and that the captains chairs in the middle don't have a stow and go option. On the positive side there is a lot of great tech, super comfortable and lots of room for the whole family, and getting 35+ MPG an a minivan outweighs the negatives on it's own.