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(launched 2016, facelifted Nov-2019)

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1.5 Standard (A)
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$11,900 /yr 16.1km/L 105 bhp CVT (A)
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$12,400 /yr 16.1km/L 105 bhp CVT (A)
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Price updated 23-Dec-2021

Toyota Sienta
3 stars - based on 11 reviews
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Car Review - Toyota Sienta 1.5 Elegance (A)
Are you looking for an affordable and practical seven-seater multi-purpose vehicle suited to your sensible driving needs? The Toyota Sienta might be the answer.
Comparison - Toyota Sienta 1.5 Elegance (A) vs Volkswagen Caddy MPC 1.4 TSI DSG (A)
A simple & a reliable car
I have been driving this car for the last 6 months. My requirement is to drive my kids to the school, tution, Office trips on regular basis and occasional use of the 3rd row seats during my visits to shopping malls, religious places with parents, friends or relatives. I would simply say this car is the best fit for the above requirements based on my experience. Its a simple and reliable car with a generous space when the rear seats are folded. Infact, i have even packed 2 bicycles (1 normal and 1 small sized) & drove to east coast park with my kids. I would say its just a reliable family car with a decent fuel economy (i am getting around 13 Km / Lit with a 50-50 City / High Way pattern). A car specifically designed to suit Asean hot climate (rear aircon / auto climate control) and high suspensions considering speed bumps / humps etc., Probably if Toyota has added in the blind spot monitor this would have been an ultimate car but i managed to fit the blind spot trackers from an external vendor similar to the that toyota provides as stock in other high end models. The seat configurations are very good and very specifically the third row seats folding under the second row concept is an excellent design which gives an abundant rear space if you wish to have more boot space. The second row seating height has been well appreciated by my family members. Auto-Sliding doors for eldery parents. Probably if Toyota has provided a 1.8L engine similar to taiwan model it would have been better. If you are an aggresive racer who wants to be the first one to move from traffic lights then this car is not meant for you. However, If you are a family man looking for a practical functional car then this is the car for you. My FC readings are as below for your view with Caltex 98 1. 100 % City ride - ~10 Km / Lit 2. 50-50 / Express Ways - City- ~13 Km / Lit 3. 80-20 / Express Ways - City ~ 15 Km / Lit
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Not for fussy buyer
Test drove the car and find the features is quite bare. Nothing to shout abt on the features. The steering feels heavy and not comfortable when driving. Given the base model price going near $100k, it does not have the feature like smart key, foldable mirror.
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Worth for the money
For those who use this as just transportation without expecting luxury, class, this is the best vehicle. 7-Seater SUV for the cost of small cars. For those who wants economical and do not want to spend more on vehicle for just 10 years but to carry more people, this is better. Once the vehicle in full speed, it feels like floating and the driving is very smooth.
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Totally basic
The car drives like a Toyota. Boring. In this Indo variant of the car the quality of materials used in terrible. It's so hard and sharp. The concept of the car seems promising but other than the sliding door the 6 seat concept is far from usable. The way the seat is folded you will never have a flat loading area. The folded seats leaves lots of odd areas and holes. The last row needless to say are for ur enemies. Folding the seats will almost need a PhD too. Comparing to the shuttle I feel this loads much less and the horrible non flat loading area is a nightmare. So unless u always use 6 seats and like to put your in laws at the last row, skip this. Get a Shuttle. But this has a little more head room. The transmission will shift with any tapping of the acc. Making the fuel consumption terrible. Normal city driving will only see 10.9km/L at best. The car is heavy so when driving u will be 2nd class. Even a kid on a unicycle has more speed and acc. Also the 2 roll seat when folded the backs are hollow! How are we gonna load? It sinks down when u place stuff there making the loading area like the surface of the moon! Ride wise is just abit better than HRV. But is a Sampan. Also on the V variant of the car from BM. The keyless entry only on driver side and trunk. So all other doors cant be unlocked! So if u come from the front passenger side u cannot get it without using the key! BM just give 2 more sensor for entry will cost u how much? PI has them standard. So in short this is a good car in concept and should be missed.
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