March 2017
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The Toyota Sienna your van to see the magic of Pennsylvania

 2017 Toyota Sienna

A state with the natural beauty of Pennsylvania is bound to have a scenic drive or two. The Toyota Sienna is a van made for such trips. It would be hard to turn away from either. Combining the two of them would seem like a match made in heaven.

If you are considering a 2017 Toyota Sienna, just imagine yourself traveling through one of Pennsylvania’s many majestic backroads with the amazing Sienna underfoot.

To help you see the magic, here are some of Pennsylvania’s best scenic routes and more on the Toyota Sienna.

The Classic Laurel Hills Tour: this route goes 120 miles through the heart of the Allegheny Mountains. It also shares landscape with the Youghiogheny river and its tributary streams and creeks. Surrounding these two epic geological monuments are rolling hills, lush forests, and open farmlands.

You’ll also pass through many small towns, highlighted by Beaver Falls, where Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural masterpiece awaits visitors, a home constructed overhanging a rushing river. Other attractions are Laurel Hill State Park, the town of Somerset, the town of Bedford, and Bald Knob summit.

North Central PA’s – Ride to the World’s End: the route has it all as far as spectacular natural views. It is a circular route than winds through northern Pennsylvania. Mountains, rock cliffs, rivers, and dense forests all populate this scenic route. Fishing, swimming, hiking, biking, and climbing are available along the way, ending in Worlds End State Park.

Grand Army of the Republic Highway Route 6: this route cuts across the top of Pennsylvania, going east and west. It is a significant stretch of highway because of the role the area and small towns that dot its path played in the Civil War. It sent thousands of its best young men to support the North in the Civil war, paying an extraordinary high price. It also fueled the industrial revolution and contributed again to WW1 and 2.

The ride itself has wide sweeps and gives a comprehensive view of Pennsylvania. Many of the small towns retain many of their characteristics of earlier times. Stopping in for a closer look are a more than worthwhile experience.

With a host of terrific Mini-Van choices, the Toyota Sienna has always been one of the best. Attractive by integrating the design features of its sedans, the Sienna is a mini-van that has most resisted the boxy shape and image of its category.

The exterior stays mostly the same for 2017, while the Sienna makes most its moves underneath the hood.

The 2017 Sienna increases in power significantly. It also offers AWD to become the only Mini-Van to do so as well. With added performance to go along with the many attributes of the Sienna, Toyota presents a more than competent vehicle that van buyers may find hard to resist.

An already powerful 3.5L V6 engine gets even more in the Sienna for 2017, as it increases from 266hp to 296hp. Torque goes up from 248lb-ft to 263lb-ft as well. An all-new Direct shift 8-speed automatic transmission goes in for 2017 bringing with it smoother acceleration and better gas mileage.

Available AWD is available in the Sienna and automatically and evenly distributes power from front to back for a better control. With sport tuned suspension on the SE, handling is refined, making Van driving fun.

The Sienna is as sporting looking as it is functional. Aerodynamic with bold sweeping lines, the exterior of the Sienna makes a case for a visual stunner. The front of the Sienna is nicely shaped and conveys modern sophistication. The grille is available in chrome or sport mesh to appeal to different tastes. Available LED head and taillights make the Sienna standout even more. Up top, the Sienna comes with a black roof rails.

Visit your nearest South Hills Toyota dealership and explore the 2017 Toyota Sienna and it will help you explore the scenic views of Pennsylvania.

This entry was posted in South Hills Toyota and tagged 2017 Toyota Sienna, South Hills Toyota, Canonsburg PA on 03/22/2017 at 3:16 PM