2014 Toyota Sienna vs 2014 Chrysler Town and Country
Unfortunately when it comes to minivans people tend to think everyone is created equally, once size fits all. This couldn’t be further from the truth, and to show you what we are talking about; we will look at the two offerings in a 2014 Toyota Sienna vs 2014 Chrysler Town and Country comparison.
2014 Toyota Sienna vs 2014 Chrysler Town and Country Size
Anyone who is thinking about purchasing a minivan is obviously in need of large amounts of space for both people and cargo. When comparing the two minivans in terms of interior space for passengers, both the Sienna and Town and Country do a good job providing room to stretch out. The Town and Country provides a total of 163 cubic feet of passenger volume for up to seven people. The Sienna has the option to hold up to eight people and it provides a total of 164 cubic inches of passenger volume. In terms of total cargo volume, the Town and Country (with all seats folded down) makes room for 143.8 cubic feet, while the Sienna provides almost seven more cubic feet (with all seats folded down) freeing up a total of 150 cubic feet of cargo volume.
2014 Toyota Sienna vs 2014 2014 Chrysler Town and Country Safety
Following suit with previous Toyota models, the Sienna makes safety a top priority. Equipped with standard safety features such as side curtain airbags, knee protection airbags, antilock disc brakes, and more, any Sienna model is sure to work hard to protect you and your family. Moving up through the trim levels of the Sienna, Toyota equips Sienna models with even more safety features. Now standard on LE models and up is a rear view back up camera, and even preventive accident warning signaling, adaptive cruise control, and parking sensors are available to add further peace of mind. The 2014 Chrysler Town and Country comes with safety features such as front and side curtain airbags, stability control, and antilock brakes.
More about the 2014 Toyota Sienna
The 2014 Toyota Sienna comes with a new standard 3.5-liter V-6 cylinder engine for 2014. Providing more power and feel than previous models, the Sienna produces 266 horsepower and 245lb-ft of torque and achieves a highway fuel economy rating of 26 MPG. Also added for 2014 is a new electronic power steering system and electric sliding side doors for added convenience.
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