2017 Toyota Sienna vs 2017 Honda Odyssey

It was once thought by some folks that minivans would fade away into the ether with the surging popularity of sport utility vehicles. While SUVs have certainly grown in popularity over the years, the minivan remains a constant in the automobile universe, and we all benefit from it. Just think of how much busier you get as you continue to walk through the timeline of your life. You may meet someone and start a family. Perhaps you start your own company and need more cargo room to transport equipment you need to complete tasks. Whatever turns your life has taken, chances are it continues to get fuller as time goes on. You need the right kind of vehicle to get you through the day-to-day tasks. Minivans are exceptional vehicles to help you carry the load. There are a number of different options available now, but which one is right for you? Let’s look at the 2017 Toyota Sienna vs the 2017 Honda Odyssey.

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2017 Toyota Sienna vs 2017 Honda Odyssey
296 HP Horsepower 248 HP
7 Seating Capacity 7
19/27 City/Hwy MPG Fuel Economy 19/27 City/Hwy MPG
150 Cubic Feet Maximum Cargo Capacity 148.5 Cubic Feet

More horsepower and cargo capacity in the 2017 Toyota Sienna

Whether you are carrying a load of cargo or a load of passengers, a vehicle responsible for hauling that much must have the kind of horsepower necessary to do so without lagging. The engine under the hood of the 2017 Toyota Sienna is capable of producing 296 horsepower, which significantly exceeds the 248-horsepower output of the 2017 Honda Odyssey. Even with more power, the Sienna is not less efficient, getting an estimated 19 city and 27 highway miles per gallon, a number which the Odyssey matches. Where the Odyssey again falls short, however, is in maximum cargo capacity, offering one and a half fewer cubic feet of space than the Sienna. If you have ever packed the family into the car for a long vacation, you know every bit of cargo space matters!

Of course, having more options is important in today’s world, and with the 2017 Toyota Sienna, you have five total models available and nine total colors to choose from. Safety and comfort are also key, so the Sienna comes standard with three-zone automatic climate control as well as an integrated backup camera.

When it comes to your ride or your family’s, you want to make it as spacious, comfortable, and safe as possible, not to mention efficient in order to keep your budget intact, and the Sienna has you covered.

2017 Toyota Sienna front grille closeup
white 2017 Toyota Sienna driving on snowy road
2017 Toyota Sienna interior front steering wheel and dashboard
2017 Toyota Sienna interior seating and cargo area