Toyota's state-side only MPV, the Sienna, has been given a facelift for the 2018 model year. The facelift offers a revised exterior design along with number of safety and convinience feature found inside the van.

Toyota reveals facelifted 2018 Sienna  

Exterior wise, the refreshed front end now takes styling cues similar to the newer models Toyotas in the US market. Most noticeably is the more pronounced and aggressive lower front grill along a redesigned fog lamp enclosures. The side skirts found on the SE model has now also been fitted onto all variants of the new Sienna. 

As with most minivans, utility takes priority over styling, and Toyota has made an effort to improve the 2018 Sienna for occupants. Starting from the mid-grade SE trim, Toyota has installed a new laminated windshield which reduces noise, vibration and harshness. Meanwhile, the higher-end Limited grade now features acoustic glass.

Toyota reveals facelifted 2018 Sienna

The refreshed Sienna will also benefit from Toyota's new infotainment system on all models. The top-spec model meanwhile will get a premium 9-speaker audio system courtesy of JBL. Aside from the speakers, the Limited Premium model is available with a Bird's Eye View monitor for easier maneuvering in tight spots. Other new features on all models include five USB ports for all three rows.

Safety wise, occupants of the 2018 Sienna would feel safe as all variants of the Sienna now has the Toyota Safety Sense suite as standard. The safety feature includes adaptive cruise control, lane departure with steering assist, automatic high beams, and a pre-collision system with pedestrian detection.