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The seats can be easily folded and individually removed as needed.
The driver side sliding door and roof rack were standard on the LE and XLE models, but were optional on the CE models.
The CE had a black trim there, while middling models had a body-colored trim.
Standard features included remote keyless entry, tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel, and high solar energy-absorbing glass (HSEA) on the windshield and front windows.
Seating for eight was optional on lower-level trims, and the third row seating was fold-flat, Changes from the first generation included 45 per cent more volume overall and 39 per cent more cargo space.
The seats were in the 60/40 split configuration, and the flat-folding third row seat was offered even with all-wheel-drive.
For the 2001 model year, the Sienna underwent a mid-cycle refresh.
This update included a facelift to both front and rear fascias which added a redesigned front grille and bumper along with revised rear taillights sporting a more modern appearance (clear-lens turn-signals as opposed to amber-coloured).
In late 1997, Toyota launched the front wheel drive MY 1998 Sienna in the North American market as a replacement for the mid-engined Previa.
The Sienna debuted with a 3.0-liter 1MZ-FE V6 engine rated at 194 hp (145 k W) and 209 lb·ft (284 N·m) of torque.
The Toyota Sienna is a minivan manufactured by Toyota at the Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana facility, in Princeton, Indiana, United States, for the North American market.