Offering a comparable amount of trim levels, engine performance and storage space, choosing between the 2019 Toyota Sienna vs the 2019 Honda Odyssey can be hard. However, when taking a look at these two minivans’ specifications, drivers will find that the 2019 Sienna edges out the 2019 Odyssey in most areas.
The 2019 Honda Odyssey is available in six trim levels: LX, EX, EX-L, EX-L w/ Navigation, Elite and Touring. The 2019 Toyota Sienna is available in seven trims, L, LE, LE with Auto Access Seat, SE, XLE, XLE with Auto Access Seat and Limited, offering more personalization options for drivers as a result. The 2019 Sienna’s engine also offers 16 more horsepower and one more pound-foot of torque than the 2019 Odyssey’s engine.
The 2019 Toyota Sienna also features slightly more cargo space than the 2019 Honda Odyssey, offering a cargo capacity of 39.1 cubic feet compared to the 2019 Odyssey’s 38.6 cubic feet. When all seats are folded down, the 2019 Sienna’s maximum cargo capacity is 150 cubic feet. This is more than enough storage space to haul plenty of cargo. One notable feature of this minivan is its inclusion of all-wheel drive, a rarity in this vehicle segment.
Standard 2019 Toyota Sienna safety features include: LED headlamps, a blind spot and lane departure warnings accident avoidance system, dusk sensing headlamps, emergency braking assistance, child seat anchors, a pre-collision safety system, a post-collision safety system, traction control, tire pressure monitoring, auto delay off headlamps, rear door child safety locks, turn signal mirrors, daytime running lights, an engine immobilizer, stability control, a remote anti-theft alarm system.