My Toyota dealer received their first 2021 Sienna a few days ago. We took this Limited FWD model for a spin. Here’s what we thought: Pros: The hybrid power train seems to have plenty of power, and it was hard to detect when the engine kicked on in normal driving. Under heavy acceleration the 4 cylinder makes a little more noise than my 2011 3.5L V6, but not bad. The ride was better than our 2011 Sienna, probably due to the independent rear suspension. Air conditioner seemed to work fine when parked with no engine running. Nice stereo with the big subwoofer. The grey interior looked very nice and well-coordinated to the interior trim compared to the other interior colors. Cons: When the 3rd row seats are folded down that portion of the cargo floor is about an inch higher than the rest of the floor, and there are gaps around the perimeter of the seats for small cargo to fall into. There is only one rather small glove box...the big double glove boxes on our 2011 spoiled us. The 3rd row seat windows are very small. If you don’t purchase the optional spare tire, you also get no jack. Overall, we thought the pros far outweighed the cons. We ordered a Limited FWD with the metallic grey exterior and light grey interior with the spare tire option. Our dealer searched far and wide for one with the spare tire option, but could find none. A three to four month wait doesn’t bother us - when they find one in circulation, you usually have to pay for a couple of options that you don’t really want.