Toyota Sienna earns maximum IIHS safety score

Toyota Sienna earns maximum IIHS safety score

December 25, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The minivan Toyota Sienna of the new prayer year coped with the crash tests better than its predecessor.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) tested the 2021 Toyota Sienna minivan. This Japanese model won the Top Safety Pick + award in tests. The minivan performed well in all six tests, checking a variety of aspects of car safety.

The 2020 minivan failed two overlap tests at the time. Then the protective structure of the car could not save the protective compartment. Within a year, the Japanese managed to eliminate this problem. So, the sensors on the dummies did not record an increased risk of injury to the driver’s or passenger’s day.

The 2021 Toyota Sienna with an uncontested hybrid powertrain appeared in November. Five trim levels are available for purchase, and the car interior is designed for eight people.

The minivan is richly equipped. Moreover, the list of available equipment includes the advanced driver’s assistants Toyota Safety Sense 2.0.

A 2.5-liter gasoline engine and a pair of electric motors are responsible for the performance of the car. The power of the power plant reaches 243 hp. The hybrid spends 7.1 liters for every hundred run. The cost of new items starts at $ 34,460. The maximum price tag reaches $ 50,500

Earlier AuytoTimesNews talked about the results of crash tests of one of the most dangerous cars in history. The Latin NCAP Association tested the base version of the Ford Ka sedan and was outraged.