Does this friendly-faced minivan give you the giggles? What are you, fucking nuts? I'd have to sleep the lights on for a week if I saw this rolling wall of terror in oncoming traffic. Go ahead and feed your kids to it though, they'll love every fucking second of it.
The swagger wagon returns with what is perhaps the most useful feature ever offered on a minivan: a microphone and speaker system that helps parents scream at their horrible children in the back. Genius!
How I Met Your Mother has been on for so long that it's sort of easy to forget Neil Patrick Harris isn't the different-girl-every-night, theory-for-every-situation guy in real life. Probably. Or the drug-addicted, sociopath of a former child actor from the Harold and Kumar movies. Probably.
Never say Toyota doesn't understand the crowd at SEMA, bringing a Sienna minivan and Scion xB with bodies engorged several feet like rolling demonstrators for ExtenZe. How else do you put the swagger in your wagon?
A 62-year-old man died when his Toyota Sienna smashed through a barrier and landed wheels up on the ground below a Houston, Texas parking garage this morning. No word yet on whether unintended acceleration or being old is to blame.
Yeah, we know, this kind of thing isn't really our bag. But the Sienna's chief engineer is a former kart racer who once owned an AE86 Corolla. He wants to make minivans cool. We figured it was worth a look.
The 2011 Toyota Sienna gets its chiseled looks and Gillette-like front end from the Toyota Venza, but makes room inside for eight people and now comes equipped with optional all-wheel drive for families that live in snowy climes.
According to KGP, this is a prototype of the 2010 Toyota Sienna. We're actually really thankful for this information, because we don't know much about the Sienna except that it's Toyota's long-running entry in the minivan market and that it's scheduled to be replaced with an equally unexciting but slightly different…
A freak accident on the streets of San Francisco has left two cars awesomely mangled, one driver under investigation, and thankfully, nobody injured. Driver Ricardo Perez was piloting his 65 ton crane down Nevada street in the famously hilly berg when his brakes unexpectedly gave up the ghost. Faced with the choice of…