The 2022 Toyota Sienna Woodland Special Edition was just unveiled in April, where Toyota detailed the various features that have been added to this edition of the minivan. This car is great as a Turlock family vehicle as it is a toughened-up version of the classic Sienna minivan. You can contact us at Modesto Toyota about purchasing this new vehicle, and with every purchase Toyota is donating money to local charities during this difficult time.

Features of the 2022 Toyota Sienna Woodland Special Edition

There are plenty of features included in the new Toyota Sienna Woodland. The exterior features include all-wheel-drive, shocks that have added 0.6 inches to ground clearance, an exclusive cement paint color, roof rails with crossbars and dark chrome trim pieces. The interior features include black seats with an orange contrast stitching, 1200-watt JBL audio system, in-dash navigation system and a power outlet. The key interior feature is the power outlet. This outlet is able to power most household items, which makes it great for any kind of camping trips around Manteca.

The subtle features such as the new shocks on this Sienna can make this new model distinguishable from other Sienna models. The lift that these shocks provide are noticeable in the wheel wells, where you will see the body has a bit more room from the top of the tires. The other features such as the JBL® audio system is great for the kids when they are jamming out to music or watching their favorite movie.

This special edition of the Toyota Sienna Woodland can be great for driving around Stockton and for any kind of outdoor adventure that you and the family may want to take. This model has been branded as a "tougher" version of the Sienna for those outdoor adventures and just general driving around Tracy.

If you are interested in purchasing the new 2022 Toyota Sienna Woodland Special Edition, contact us at Modesto Toyota. Also, a bonus of purchasing this vehicle is that Toyota will be donating a portion of all sales to the National Environmental Education Foundation.

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