2021 Toyota Sienna Long-Term Road Test: 40,000-Mile Wrap-Up

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From the July/August 2022 difficulty of Automobile and Driver.

40,000-Mile Wrap-Up

Would you ever imagine that this inexperienced—actually, not figuratively—hybrid was the most well-liked automotive in our long-term fleet throughout its 12-month tenure? “No approach,” you say. Nicely, regardless of that we’ve got a parking zone stuffed with the likes of a BMW M3, a Porsche 718 Cayman GTS 4.0, a Chevrolet Corvette, and a Ram 1500 TRX, a mini­van—the terminally underappreciated automotive breed that new dads concern and funky mothers look down on—was actually the most well-liked. Our 40,000-mile take a look at took 350 days. Why was that? Easy: That is one extremely developed minivan.

This all-wheel-drive Sienna Restricted arrived again in Could 2021, and it stickered for $51,885. We would have gone for a lesser trim, however once we noticed Cypress inexperienced on the choices sheet, we knew that was the van for us. Restricted is the bottom trim during which the colour was obtainable, and whereas it is $1960 lower than the Platinum, we felt that the Restricted had all the things we wished: leather-based seats, sliding second-row captain’s chairs that shuffle rearward far sufficient to make Yao Ming smile, extra USB retailers than a Delta Sky Membership lounge, and a 245-hp hybrid powertrain consisting of a 2.5-liter inline-four, three electrical motors, and a small traction battery.

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When new, the Sienna hit 60 mph in 7.6 seconds and slinked by means of a quarter-mile in 15.7 seconds at 89 mph. These aren’t numbers that stir one’s loins, however that’s simply as fast as a previous-generation 2015 Honda Odyssey, so when you’re so developed that you simply go from van to van, with or with out the necessity to chauffeur dependents, it will really feel regular. Additionally unremarkable are 0.77 g on the skidpad and 194 toes to cease from 70 mph.

As an alternative, this minivan was on the high of everybody’s checklist due to attractive attributes like ease of ingress, the power to hold seven individuals and 9 suitcases on the similar time, unencumbered visibility, and extra storage cubbies than an IKEA show. We’ll pause whilst you catch your breath and name your native Toyota seller.

The largest grievance was powertrain noise. Do not be misled by the 67-decibel cabin din at 70 mph—on paper that is fairly snug and under “common workplace noise,” in response to the Listening to Well being Basis. However that was recorded at a gradual 70 mph. Frequent acceleration might be soul-crushing. For instance, say you are cruising at 75 mph (the place the Sienna sips gas at 33 mpg), and there is an 18-wheeler doing 74 in entrance of you. Put the accelerator to the floorboard, and the drone that accompanies average acceleration might pressure a Gitmo detainee to interrupt a silence. However hold an energetic watch on visitors with the cruise management on, and there is not any torture.

The Restricted trim’s second-row thrones have a “super-long-slide function,” the boundaries of that are proven at left, not simply the “long-slide” of lesser trims. The inside structure drew no complaints.

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After 40,000 miles, the Sienna misplaced a little bit of the pep in its step, posting a 7.7-second 60-mph time, however that is nonetheless faster than minivans have been 15 years in the past. And no van from then might common 29 mpg over 40,000 miles. Our long-term 2018 Honda Odyssey returned 23 mpg. The Sienna betters that by 25 p.c. That gas financial system is unbelievable contemplating many people drive as if Ann Arbor hosts each day dash races.

If we issue out all of the miles we amassed on our “winter” tires, we most likely would have averaged 32 mpg. However such is the lifetime of a C/D long-term automotive. We put winter in quotes above as a result of as a substitute of ordering Blizzaks or Hakkapeliittas, we tried a set of Michelin Cross­Local weather 2s. This is not your typical winter tire in that it is designed for use year-round, however it nonetheless meets the traction necessities for a Three-Peak Mountain Snowflake designation. We had them on for about 15,000 miles, protecting them properly into spring. We estimate they may final 70,000 miles. We did not take a look at the automotive on them in dry circumstances, however drivers commented on how properly the Sienna behaved on them. The everyday winter tire has a lot of squirm {that a} delicate driver can detect, however not these. If that is sufficient so that you can get rid of the biannual chore of swapping tires, these tires are a powerful possibility.

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The Sienna traveled as far west as Washington State, as far south as Georgia, and as far east as Cape Cod and Maine. Workers editor Austin Irwin put a roof-top tent on it and used it as his cellular honeymoon suite. It additionally moved new (re-)rent Greg Fink from Chicago to Ann Arbor on a number of journeys. Via all of these miles, there have been the everyday hybrid quibbles from an atypical hybrid bunch. However everybody agreed that the Sienna was nice at transferring individuals and issues alike. Massive gusts transfer the sail-sided Sienna on the freeway, however what minivan would not be affected equally?

Our possession expertise is the type each automaker hopes for when loaning us a long-termer. There have been eight journeys to the seller for routine upkeep at 5000-mile intervals. The primary 5 have been coated beneath ToyotaCare’s umbrella of no-added-cost service, and the remaining three totaled simply $500. The one unscheduled cease turned out to be a problem we might have simply mounted had we observed it: The seal on the driving force’s-side sliding door—which, by the way in which, opens with a kick of the foot beneath the rocker panel—wasn’t seated correctly and would intrude with the power-close perform. Mixed with the low gas value, this Sienna earned about as near an ideal rating as attainable.

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However regardless of all of this goodness, we did have some respectable complaints. Dad and mom have been pissed off by the rear-seat leisure display screen’s lack of iPhone compatibility. We would most likely forgo spending $1415 on the system and simply get a pill to hold on the seatback. If you spec the second-row display screen, To­yota additionally forces the acquisition of an AC inverter ($300) and a rear digital camera mirror ($200), a necessity as a result of the deployed display screen fully obscures rear visibility.

Everybody beloved the steadiness of frugality and practicality that the Sienna presents. Backside line: The nice drastically outweighs the unhealthy. That is one unbelievable van, and it seems the remainder of the car-buying public agrees, as a result of throughout 2021 the Sienna grew to become the bestselling minivan available on the market. Additionally in 2021, extra patrons flocked to mini­vans, which noticed their market share enhance to five p.c from 4 p.c in 2020 (not that 2020 is a benchmark for something). Which will seem to be peanuts, however perhaps society is evolving too. Quickly we are going to not consider the mini­van as a penalty field, particularly minivans that may save appreciable cash on the pump over different seven-seaters, the way in which our Sienna did.

Bury the accelerator and the hybrid powertrain groans, however hold it off the ground and the cabin is a serene place to build up miles. We averaged 29 mpg. You may probably do higher.

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Rants and Raves

Vans get no love, which is gloomy as a result of they’re so helpful. The Sienna is so good: a silent, supple, no-BS van with 30-plus-mpg gas financial system and an amazing inside. —Tony Quiroga

The powertrain is not bothersome while you’re driving gently on flat Michigan roads. However when you get into the hills of Pennsylvania, the engine groans greater than my preteen when requested to do her chores. —Dave VanderWerp

Dropping the rear leisure display screen renders the rearview mirror ineffective. A digital rearview mirror with a digital camera feed could be good. —Eric Stafford

It has one, Stafford. —David Beard

I packed this van to the gills for my last transfer from Chicago, and the additional mass put some sag within the rear finish and made the trip high quality a bit rougher. Even so, the hybrid powertrain did not actually appear to wrestle with the additional weight. —Greg Fink

I nonetheless cannot imagine how quiet this factor is. Add a head-up show and I am a purchaser. —Tony Quiroga

Ought to we put Quiroga on the spot and inform him that the Platinum trim comes with a HUD? —Okay.C. Colwell

Specs

Specs

2021 Toyota Sienna Restricted AWD

Automobile Sort: front-engine, entrance and rear-motor, all-wheel-drive, 7-passenger, 4-door van

PRICE

Base/As Examined: $49,675/$51,885

Choices: rear-seat leisure system, $1415; AC energy inverter, $300; all-weather flooring mats, $220; digital rear-view mirror, $200; non permanent spare, $75

POWERTRAIN

DOHC 16-valve Atkinson-cycle 2.5-liter inline-4, 189 hp, 176 lb-ft + 3 permanent-magnet synchronous AC motors, entrance: 180 hp, 199 lb-ft; rear: 54 hp, 89 lb-ft (mixed output, 245 hp); nickel-metal-hydride battery pack

Transmissions, F/R: repeatedly variable computerized/direct-drive

CHASSIS

Suspension, F/R: struts/multilink

Brakes, F/R: 12.9-in vented disc/12.5-in vented disc

Tires: Bridgestone Turanza LS100

P235/60R-18 102V M+S

DIMENSIONS

Wheelbase: 120.5 in

Size: 203.7 in

Width: 78.5 in

Top: 68.5 in

Passenger Quantity: 162 ft3

Cargo Quantity: 34 ft3

Curb Weight: 4846 lb

C/D TEST RESULTS: NEW

60 mph: 7.6 sec

1/4-Mile: 15.7 sec @ 89 mph

100 mph: 21.1 sec

110 mph: 26.8 sec
Outcomes above omit 1-ft rollout of 0.3 sec.

Rolling Begin, 5–60 mph: 9.0 sec

Prime Gear, 30–50 mph: 5.0 sec

Prime Gear, 50–70 mph: 5.9 sec

Prime Pace (gov ltd): 116 mph

Braking, 70–0 mph: 194 ft

Roadholding, 300-ft Skidpad: 0.77 g

C/D TEST RESULTS: 40,000 MILES

60 mph: 7.7 sec

1/4-Mile: 15.9 sec @ 89 mph

100 mph: 20.9 sec

110 mph: 27.5 sec
Outcomes above omit 1-ft rollout of 0.3 sec.

Rolling Begin, 5–60 mph: 8.2 sec

Prime Gear, 30–50 mph: 4.0 sec

Prime Gear, 50–70 mph: 5.3 sec

Prime Pace (gov ltd): 116 mph

Braking, 70–0 mph: 182 ft

Roadholding, 300-ft Skidpad: 0.80 g

C/D FUEL ECONOMY

Noticed: 29 mpg

EPA FUEL ECONOMY

Mixed/Metropolis/Freeway: 35/35/36 mpg

WARRANTY

3 years/36,000 miles bumper to bumper

5 years/60,000 miles powertrain

8 years/100,000 miles hybrid system

10 years/150,000 miles hybrid battery

5 years/limitless miles corrosion safety

2 years/25,000 miles scheduled upkeep

C/D TESTING EXPLAINED


30,000-Mile Replace

Andi HedrickAutomobile and Driver

By the 15,000-mile mark, the Toyota Sienna rapidly grew to become the highest decide amongst our long-term vehicles for interstate household adventures due to its spacious, sensible inside and wonderful fuel mileage. However because the Sienna approached 30,000 miles, it gained recent competitors for road-trip responsibility when a 2022 Kia Carnival SX Status joined the Automobile and Driver long-term fleet for its personal 40,000-mile stress take a look at. The addition of a second minivan uncovered a few of the Sienna’s flaws, however it additionally bolstered the Toyota’s constructive attributes, and the small annoyances weren’t sufficient to outweigh the advantages, with the Sienna remaining a much-wanted automobile.

A lot of the complaints centered across the Sienna’s dynamism, or relatively its lack thereof. Whereas it might be foolish to count on a minivan to slingshot to 60 mph or pull main g-forces when carving a canyon highway, the Carnival confirmed {that a} minivan can keep away from the lethargy that our Sienna at occasions exhibited. Whereas solely three-tenths of a second separate the 2 minivans in the usual 60-mph acceleration take a look at, our 5-to-60-mph rolling begin—which higher represents real-world driving—revealed a large hole, with the Carnival doing the run in 7.6 seconds, 1.4 seconds faster than the Sienna. A number of drivers complained that flooring the fuel pedal within the Sienna produced extra engine noise than acceleration, with passing maneuvers on two-lane roads requiring planning and calculation. One editor even pined for “the significantly speedy V-6 within the outdated Sienna.” The Carnival additionally proved to be a quieter companion, with one other commenter complaining that “the Sienna’s engine groans greater than my almost-teenager when requested to do her chores.”

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The motor wasn’t the one efficiency trait the Sienna was criticized for. Some workers members took difficulty with lane wandering on the freeway, exacerbated by the ping-ponging of the lane-centering system. And whereas the Carnival has to date ridden easily, the Sienna was additionally critiqued for its trip, with one editor noting that the van has “extra structural shake than even my 80,000-mile Odyssey.”

Regardless of the quibbles with the Sienna’s driving traits, the Toyota stored impressing on the fuel-economy entrance—one of many highest priorities for many minivan customers. Our greatest road-trip vary to date has been 571 miles, that on a 36.7-mpg run with 2.5 gallons left over. Over all 30,000 miles, the Sienna has averaged a powerful 30 mpg. In the meantime, in its first 10,000 miles, the Carnival returned simply 20 mpg from its 3.5-liter V-6. The Toyota’s normal hybrid setup actually pays off on the fuel pump.

Andi HedrickAutomobile and Driver

The Sienna’s practicality continued to be key to its recognition as a household hauler. The seats have been praised for his or her consolation, and the sliding second-row captain’s chairs allowed taller passengers to sprawl out on lengthy drives. The capacious cargo maintain swallowed all the things we tried to hold. Packing the Sienna to the brim additionally did not appear to damper the gas financial system by a lot—with the Toyota loaded with three adults, a canine, and loads of baggage, one editor reported nonetheless seeing 30 mpg.

The Sienna additionally continued to uphold Toyota’s repute for reliability. There have been scheduled providers at 20,000, 25,000, and 30,000 miles, with the primary two coated beneath the ToyotaCare plan—which ends at 25,000 miles. The 30,000-mile go to rang in at $243 and included an oil and filter change, tire rotation, cabin air-filter alternative, and engine air-filter alternative. The rear-entertainment distant management had additionally began performing up round 20,000 miles and was repaired beneath guarantee with a alternative sensor cowl on the 25,000-mile service.

Marc UrbanoAutomobile and Driver

We bumped into points when utilizing a rear-mounted bike rack. With the rack in place, the rear computerized braking received confused, slamming the minivan to a halt each time we tried to reverse. The button to show off that function was buried in web page two of the driver-assistance menu, and it turned itself again on each time the automotive was restarted, so driving with the bike rack hooked up meant an additional step earlier than setting off. However minor issues resembling this and the Sienna’s lackluster driving traits weren’t sufficient to mood the keenness for the Cypress Inexperienced family-hauler, and the minivan continued to quickly strategy its 40,000-mile goal.

Months in Fleet: 8 months Present Mileage: 30,136 miles
Common Gasoline Financial system: 30 mpg
Gasoline Tank Measurement: 18.0 gal Noticed Gasoline Vary: 540 miles
Service: $243 Regular Put on: $0 Restore: $0
Injury and Destruction: $0


15,000-Mile Replace

Andi HedrickAutomobile and Driver

It might be arduous to think about that amongst a long-term fleet stuffed with such potent machines as a BMW M3, a Porsche 718 Cayman GTS 4.0, a Chevrolet Corvette, and a Ram TRX, a member of the woefully underappreciated minivan species is likely one of the hottest. Nobody on workers ever thinks of the Toyota Sienna when speaking store on the bar, however its recognition and proficiency in transferring individuals and issues underscore its versatility as a compelling different to an SUV.

Now droop disbelief for an additional second and faux that this “15,000-mile” replace got here final summer time, when the Sienna’s odometer tripped that mark. Between pandemic-related logistic points, drivers embarking on highway journeys, and all the things else that’s each day life, we fell approach behind on updating you on life with the Sienna. We’ll name this a belated 15,000-mile replace with extra to come back quickly.

Dave VanderWerpAutomobile and Driver

The Sienna’s honeymoon section was rainbows and sunshine. After the very un-Toyota-like unscheduled service cease for what turned out to be a unfastened little bit of climate stripping, the Sienna ran with out fault. ToyotaCare covers often scheduled upkeep for as much as 25,000 miles, and by 15,000, we had taken our inexperienced van to the seller thrice at 5000-mile intervals. All service up so far was comparatively fundamental, consisting of oil modifications, inspections, and tire rotations.

As talked about, the Sienna went to work throughout the busy summer time months. It headed west—very west—to Washington State and south to the Nice Smoky Mountains. It additionally served because the literal honeymoon machine for affiliate purchaser’s information editor Austin Irwin, who put in a Roofnest Falcon rooftop tent for the journey. It is a clamshell design that goes up and comes down with relative ease—when you muscle it atop the roof. Whereas the Falcon model is not obtainable, the Falcon 2 is its direct alternative in Roofnest’s line on the similar $3595 worth as the unique. This elevated tent proved to be priceless for Irwin’s outing, making for not one of the damp mornings that come from ground-based setups in addition to stopping his canine from climbing inside and making a large number. The largest draw back to a rooftop tent, he surmised, is that if you wish to depart your campsite in your automobile, you need to fold up the tent, which implies packing up sleeping baggage and the rest you need useful come dusk.

The Sienna was averaging 32 mpg at this level, and when cruising at 75 mph, it posted a formidable 33 mpg on our freeway fuel-economy take a look at. However with the tent folded on the roof, its common fell to the higher 20s (one tank was 25 mpg, one other 27). These findings are purely anecdotal, however the fuel-economy hit is value contemplating when you’re out there for such a tent. And if in case you have one, do not depart it in your roof while you’re simply driving round.

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When it comes to general effectivity, the Sienna’s is phenomenal for a minivan. Our 2018 Honda Odyssey averaged 23 mpg over 40,000 miles, and a 2017 Chrysler Pacifica fared 1 mpg worse than that. The hybrid Sienna’s 32-mpg determine is whopping 39 p.c higher. In fact, you might as a substitute go for a plug-in-hybrid Chrysler Pacifica, which might return even higher mileage in case your each day commuting fell inside its 33-mile EPA electrical vary, although we averaged solely 29 MPGe with our 2018 instance.

For the newest Sienna, everybody appears to like its mixture of frugality and practicality, even when most logbook feedback point out the hybrid powertrain’s penchant for hitting excessive, whiny notes while you attempt to go somebody on the freeway. Dad and mom additionally discovered the rear-seat leisure system’s lack of iPhone compatibility to be irritating—a lot so that we would most likely advocate spending lower than the $1415 for the manufacturing facility system and simply shopping for a pill or two. If you spec the second-row display screen, Toyota additionally mandates an AC inverter ($300) and a rearview digital camera system ($200), the latter being needed as a result of when deployed, the fold-down show fully obscures the rearview mirror’s area of view. However the Sienna’s virtues wholly outweigh these demerits. To this point, it has impressively represented its form.

Months in Fleet: “6” months Present Mileage: “15,000” miles
Common Gasoline Financial system: 32 mpg
Gasoline Tank Measurement 18.0 gal Noticed Gasoline Vary: 570 miles
Service: $0 Regular Put on: $0 Restore: $0
Injury and Destruction: $0


Introduction

Marc UrbanoAutomobile and Driver

Nobody ever thinks minivan is the reply when requested: What automotive is a gaggle of automotive journalists most certainly to jockey for? However it’s. Give us a minivan and we’re immediately reminded of how a lot we love a sensible machine. Our long-term Toyota Sienna did simply that. It has been in all however fixed movement because it arrived in late Could, taking journeys because the household schlepper du jour of the C/D long-term fleet.

If you happen to did not know, the Sienna is new for 2021, and whereas it doubled down on grille proportions that border on comical, the necessary information is the powertrain: All Siennas are hybrids. This transfer netted the individuals mover a whopping 15-mpg enchancment within the EPA mixed metric. Entrance drivers are actually 36-mpg machines, and all-wheel-drive Siennas, resembling our long-termer, get an enormous 35 mpg on the Monroney label.

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We requested Toyota for a Cypress Inexperienced Sienna, a coloration solely obtainable on the highest two trim ranges. We went with the penultimate Restricted. It prices lower than $50,000 to start out, however as soon as we received the rear-seat leisure ($1415), an AC energy inverter ($300), a rearview mirror that may additionally show a video feed ought to your van be loaded to the gunwales ($200), a mini spare tire ($75), and $220 in all-weather flooring mats, we ended up with a $51,885 machine. There are eight-passenger variations, however Limiteds have solely seven seats, and people second-row captain’s chairs are far more snug than the Stow ‘n Go seats in a Chrysler.

In contrast to all-wheel-drive Siennas of yore, the rear axle is straight pushed by a motor. There is not any driveshaft, identical to in different all-wheel-drive Toyota/Lexus hybrids. Each front- and all-wheel-drive fashions produce the identical 245 horsepower as a result of the electrical energy is restricted to what the hybrid battery can produce. Preliminary testing revealed a 7.6-second 60-mph time and a quarter-mile elapsed time of 15.7 seconds. That is about the way it feels. A Honda Odyssey is 1.1 seconds faster, and the earlier V-6-powered Sienna was faster than the brand new one as properly.

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No less than that swap to hybrid pays off on the pump as we have averaged 32 mpg to date. That is 39 p.c higher gas financial system than we noticed with our long-term 2018 Odyssey. As with most households making an financial choice, we might gladly take the financial savings on the pump at a value of some droning engine sounds at vast open throttle. These emanate from the hybrid powertrain’s internal-combustion half, an Atkinson-cycle 2.5-liter inline-four. As soon as transferring on the freeway and settled right into a cruise, the Sienna hums alongside at a quiet 67 decibels.

Proper after the van confirmed up, the passenger sliding door would not shut by itself—a first-world drawback, we all know—and we took the Sienna to the seller for a really un-Toyota-like unscheduled service go to to repair it. Seems we might have simply addressed the issue as a result of the climate stripping had dislodged from its observe and was doing an excellent impression of a child’s digit. Since then, we have had the Sienna in for 2 scheduled providers. Each have been typical—oil, filter, inspections—at 5000-mile intervals.

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Aside from that, the van has been flawless. Some complain concerning the engine noise whereas accelerating. The engine droning may be very obvious while you get into hilly nation. And the van is considerably missing within the driver-centric areas resembling brake and steering really feel. A stiff crosswind does make the Sienna drift, however that is true of most seven-passenger SUVs.

As we talked about, the Sienna has been in close to fixed movement because it arrived: Maine, North Carolina, Michigan’s Higher Peninsula. Possibly that is because of an uptick in highway journeys, or as a result of we have not had a van shortly. Both approach it is a workers favourite, and even when it did sit nonetheless lengthy sufficient to collect moss, we might by no means know due to its coloration.

Months in Fleet: 5 months Present Mileage: 10,135 miles
Common Gasoline Financial system: 32 mpg
Gasoline Tank Measurement 18.0 gal Noticed Gasoline Vary: 570 miles
Service: $0 Regular Put on: $0 Restore: $0
Injury and Destruction: $0

Specs

Specs

2021 Toyota Sienna Restricted AWD

Automobile Sort: front-engine, entrance and rear-motor, all-wheel-drive, 7-passenger, 4-door van

PRICE

Base/As Examined: $49,675/$51,885

Choices: rear-seat leisure system, $1415; AC energy inverter, $300; all-weather flooring mats, $220; digital rear-view mirror, $200; non permanent spare, $75

POWERTRAIN

DOHC 16-valve Atkinson-cycle 2.5-liter inline-4, 189 hp, 176 lb-ft + 3 permanent-magnet synchronous AC motors, entrance: 180 hp, 199 lb-ft; rear: 54 hp, 89 lb-ft (mixed output, 245 hp); nickel-metal-hydride battery pack

Transmissions, F/R: repeatedly variable computerized/direct-drive

CHASSIS

Suspension, F/R: struts/multilink

Brakes, F/R: 12.9-in vented disc/12.5-in vented disc

Tires: Bridgestone Turanza LS100

P235/60R-18 102V M+S

DIMENSIONS

Wheelbase: 120.5 in

Size: 203.7 in

Width: 78.5 in

Top: 68.5 in

Passenger Quantity: 162 ft3

Cargo Quantity: 34 ft3

Curb Weight: 4846 lb

C/D TEST RESULTS: NEW

60 mph: 7.6 sec

1/4-Mile: 15.7 sec @ 89 mph

100 mph: 21.1 sec

110 mph: 26.8 sec
Outcomes above omit 1-ft rollout of 0.3 sec.

Rolling Begin, 5–60 mph: 9.0 sec

Prime Gear, 30–50 mph: 5.0 sec

Prime Gear, 50–70 mph: 5.9 sec

Prime Pace (gov ltd): 116 mph

Braking, 70–0 mph: 194 ft

Roadholding, 300-ft Skidpad: 0.77 g

C/D TEST RESULTS: 40,000 MILES

60 mph: 7.7 sec

1/4-Mile: 15.9 sec @ 89 mph

100 mph: 20.9 sec

110 mph: 27.5 sec
Outcomes above omit 1-ft rollout of 0.3 sec.

Rolling Begin, 5–60 mph: 8.2 sec

Prime Gear, 30–50 mph: 4.0 sec

Prime Gear, 50–70 mph: 5.3 sec

Prime Pace (gov ltd): 116 mph

Braking, 70–0 mph: 182 ft

Roadholding, 300-ft Skidpad: 0.80 g

C/D FUEL ECONOMY

Noticed: 29 mpg

EPA FUEL ECONOMY

Mixed/Metropolis/Freeway: 35/35/36 mpg

WARRANTY

3 years/36,000 miles bumper to bumper

5 years/60,000 miles powertrain

8 years/100,000 miles hybrid system

10 years/150,000 miles hybrid battery

5 years/limitless miles corrosion safety

2 years/25,000 miles scheduled upkeep

C/D TESTING EXPLAINED


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