The third generation Sienna has new styling inside and out. Although roughly the same size as its predecessor, the redesigned interior includes a number of improvements to increase the utility of its interior space. The new exterior styling has a more pronounced shoulder line and edgier front and rear styling. A new SE model adds unique bodywork and 19-inch wheels for a more aggressive appearance. The 3.5l V6 engine is now mated to a six-speed automatic and all-wheel-drive is available in more trim levels. A new 2.7l four-cylinder is available on entry-level models increasing the fuel economy. Among the new features introduced on the Sienna is optional reclining lounge seating with leg rests and a wide screen display that allows viewing of two different video sources.
The Avalon wears refreshed styling for 2011. Exterior styling updates include a new wider grille, headlamps, new rocker panels, and new tail lamps. The interior features a new instrument panel and updated trim. The model range drops from three trim levels to two: Avalon and Avalon Limited.
Corolla wears updated front and rear styling for 2011. The model range has been simplified to just three grades: Base, LE, and S. All models are powered by a 132-bhp 1.8l four cylinder and equip either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission.
The Highlander receives a number of mid-cycle updates for 2011. Updates to the exterior styling include new front-end styling and updated wheels. Gas and Hybrid models each receive their own distinct front-end styling. Toyota has increased the availability of the 2.7l four-cylinder engine and Highlander Hybrid models now include a more powerful 3.5l gas engine.