Toyota made big news this week with its new 2021 Sienna minivan. The all-hybrid Sienna lineup is capable of up to an estimated 33 mpg combined and will be available with all-wheel drive. That should vault it up from the cellar of our minivan rankings, where the 2020 Toyota Sienna ranks last with a TCC Rating of 5.5. (Read more about how we rate cars.)

Without information about how much they cost, how well they drive, or how safe they would be in a crash, it’s hard to qualify how the minivan class of 2021 measures up in the real world.

But we know what’s coming. For example, the 2021 Sienna hybrid can be had with front- or all-wheel drive, but the 2021 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid only comes with front-wheel drive but can be plugged in for all-electric range. The available info should help shoppers decide to practice patience, or get a good deal now on 2020 models. Both the…

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