The XL30 Toyota Sienna has been given a mild visual refresh and some new tech to pacify kids in the back seats.
Externally there’s a lightly revised grille, tail-lights and optional headlights with LED driving light.The 2015 model year Sienna’s interior changes are more stark.
For one, there’s a new dashboard design that’s squarer and more vertical, with a style cribbed from the pre-facelift XV50 Camry complete with fake stitching.
Top spec models have a 7-inch entertainment/nav touchscreen and a 4.2-inch high-res display in the instrument cluster that can show navigation info. There’s also a new pull down conversation mirror, so parents can converse with kids without looking backwards.
The coup-de-grace is an optional fold-down dual-view rear entertainment screen, which can show two different videos simultaneously.