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Toyota claims that Sienna has its swagger back

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Toyota Sienna
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2018 Toyota Sienna Photos and Info

As far as we can tell, Toyota wants you to think of its Sienna as the Jay-Z of minivans.
Additionally, all 2018 Siennas come equipped with Toyota’s latest Entune 3.0 multimedia interface and Toyota’s App Suite Connect, which offers an app-based navigation system.
For 2018, Toyota has fitted a new nose that brings its preeminent people mover’s styling more in line with the rest of the brand’s lineup.
Like Hov on the song “Otis,” Toyota claims the Sienna has its swagger back—you know, the same swagger it was claimed to have in the somewhat groan-worthy “swagger wagon” ad campaign from several years ago.
All Sienna models now get the flared side sills that were previously reserved for the sportier SE variant.
 2018 Toyota C-HR

referring to The 2018 Toyota C-HR is going to be a 171 inches long, which is 9 inches shorter than the 2017 Toyota RAV4.
What do you need to know about the 2018 Toyota C-HR?
The 2018 Toyota C-HR will be here before you know it – and we’ve got a couple things you should know about it:It will be available in two different trim levels.
The 2018 Toyota C-HR will come standard with a 7-inch touchscreen, electric parking brake, and steering wheel mounted audio controls.
The 2018 Toyota C-HR is rumored to arrive in April of this year, but we couldn’t wait to tell you about it!

Like Hov on the song “Otis,” Toyota claims the Sienna has its swagger back—you know, the same swagger it was claimed to have in the somewhat groan-worthy “swagger wagon” ad campaign from several years ago.

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