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The Most Common Toyota Sienna Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Toyota Sienna. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Sienna

The Toyota Sienna is a minivan predominantly manufactured for the Northern American and East Asian Markets. Named after Siena in Tuscany it replaced Toyota's Previa minivan in 1997 with a shift to front-wheel-drive. Initially, the Sienna was much smaller than its competitors, and as soon as it became clear that this was negatively affecting sales, Toyota enlarged the dimensions in 2003 to those of its counterparts.

Built in Georgetown, Kentucky, the first generation offered three trim levels, CE, LE and the XLE. Two of these trims featured 2nd-row captains’ chairs and all had seats that could be individually moved and removed to accommodate extra cargo. The driver's sliding door and roof rack were standard on all models. Following its release, the Sienna was awarded ‘Best in Class’ for fuel-efficiency.

It proved extremely popular amongst families in the year following its release but faced some harsh competition 12 months later from Honda’s version of the minivan, the Odyssey. The safety level was categorized as ‘good’ as the Sienna was the first minivan to have front seat-mounted side torso airbags, vehicle stability control and anti-locking braking.

The second generation debuted in 2003 and Toyota tasked their designer Yuji Yokaya with ensuring an improvement on the 1997 model. In order to do this Yokaya drove his family 53,000 miles across Northern America in a bid to highlight the minivan's pitfalls. The gear stick was moved from the steering column to the center console, the number of passengers increased to 8 and the seats were ‘fold flat’ rather than ‘remove and store.’

In 2010 the Los Angeles Auto Show featured the 3rd generation, 5 trims were now available with 19-inch wheels, firmer suspension and lounge recliner seats akin to those of the Lexus LX. After a successful run of nearly a decade, the fourth generation was introduced.

The 2020 model saw a huge change to its features. With the customer clearly in mind, Toyota not only updated the facia of the vehicle but added a vacuum cleaner, refrigeration compartment, 360-degree camera overview, onboard WiFi, rear entertainment system and power sliding doors.