In the early days of the Toyota Sienna, the carmaker did not want to compete with its competitors on the price-performance front, but the new models are not the cheapest hatchback of the new millennium.
While its predecessor, the Q50, was priced at Rs 12,999 (about $150,000) in the US, the new Sienna costs more at $21,999 in India.
The new Siennas interior is a bit more affordable than the predecessor but is far more basic.
The interior is mostly black, except for the dash and door panels.
The cabin is grey, but a black plastic trimline is present on the dashboard.
The cabin is fitted with the new infotainment system.
The system includes a touch screen and audio control panel, as well as two digital displays.
It includes navigation, audio and climate information.
The car also comes with a host of safety features including the lane departure warning system, blind spot monitoring, automatic emergency braking, rear cross traffic alert, and lane keep assist.
The taillights have also been upgraded.
This is the first time that Toyota has added LED headlights.
The rear spoiler is more prominent and has been upgraded with a chrome finish, making it more visible to the driver.
A standard 5.7-litre V8 engine has been mounted in the engine bay.