Carson Toyota Proud To Offer All-New 2011 Toyota Sienna Minivan

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Sportier third-generation Sienna available now at Los Angeles dealership

Carson Toyota is proud to announce the arrival of the all-new 2011 Toyota Sienna Minivan.

Starting at an MSRP of $24,260, the new Sienna looks and drives more like a sedan, conforms to new ideas about personal comfort, easily accommodates cargo, and handles big loads. With state-of the art features and rewarding driving dynamics, it is a vehicle that car-lovers will find satisfying to drive. Sienna comes in new models, including a sporty SE and a four-cylinder powertrain, as it continues to be the only minivan on the market with an all-wheel-drive option.

"The all-new Sienna is an example of Toyota's commitment to lead the marketplace as it anticipates consumers' needs and changes in lifestyle," said Carson Toyota General Manager Marty Brylski. "The third-generation Sienna combines a contemporary style with features not previously seen in a minivan, and a fun-to-drive spirit that will surprise many, along with flexibility and spaciousness."

The Sienna has a distinctly new visual direction and features. The sportier exterior profile is complemented with interior features that embody upscale quality and elegance, yet every element is logical and functional. The Sienna also comes in five grades: Sienna grade, LE, SE, XLE and Limited. All-wheel-drive is available with the V6 on LE, XLE and Limited models. All others are front-wheel drive.

Given its upgraded engineering, every Sienna rides well and tracks cleanly through corners, but none more so than the newest addition to the line: the sporty SE. The SE is designed for those who appreciate an even sportier design with responsive performance. The front has a more aggressive appearance and the side skirting visually lowers the vehicle. Aerodynamic sculpting hugs the standard 19-inch alloy wheels, which are specially tuned for sportier handling. Additionally, the SE is built with exclusive instrumentation and unique interior colors and trim.

It is easier than ever to load the Sienna, thanks to wider doors and one-touch second-row seats. By sliding the second-row seats all the way to the rear, a walk-in aisle is created, making it easier to enter, exit, install a child seat, or place a child in a seat. The second-row seats can be moved all the way to the front, just behind the front row, to maximize rear cargo capacity, especially with the third-row stowed flat.

With the third row seat stowed and the second row seat removed, the cargo area is approximately eight feet long and four feet wide. The back door opening is broad and spacious, set at a height that makes loading and unloading easy.

Keeping up with modern technologies, a Toyota first rear-seat Dual View Entertainment Center is another innovative option. The system uses two displays side-by-side to create a seamless 16.4-inch widescreen image from a single source. When two separate entertainment options are called for, the system can split the screen into two individual screens, each with input from separate sources. Used as a single screen, it can be easily seen from the third row, and it can be operated from any seat via remote control. Used as two screens, the system can accommodate the preferences of two separate passengers who might want to play a video game or watch a second DVD simultaneously via auxiliary inputs.

Other technological upgrades include a Toyota-first Panorama Camera rear monitor. It provides two views behind the vehicle including a 180-degree view, and on-screen back-up guides, helping drivers to reverse out of parking spots or driveways.

Carson Toyota has been serving Southern California since 1974. With a great selection of new and pre-owned vehicles in stock, a knowledgeable sales staff, expert factory-trained technicians and a state-of-the-art parts and service department, Carson Toyota is one of the highest volume Toyota dealerships in the nation. Visit today at 1333 233rd Street in Carson, Calif., or online at carsontoyota.com.

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