The Toyota Sienta is a subcompact passenger car that has been in production by Toyota from 2003 and has borrowed heavily from the Toyota Vitz. The Sienta has undergone several facelifts and has received several upgrades from then.

This face-lift model features improved aesthetic with a new dark grille, better looking Xenon headlights. It also comes coupled with both sliding electric powered doors and a Keyless smart entry and ignition system.
Drive position is also better with the adjustable height feature pre-installed in the driver’s seat. Visibility is also highly improved with bigger side mirrors and reduced rear arches. It’s also possible to park thanks to the reverse camera parking system.

The second row seats are not only roomy but also very comfortable. The third row though it featured full seats was only suitable for kids and was cramped for adults over long distances.

The Sienta is powered by a 1.5L 1NZFE engine that offers great fuel efficiency and reliability we’ve come to expect from Toyota. It’s coupled to a 4 speed automatic CVT transmission. Anti lock Braking system and Electric Brake Distribution system come as standard. The Sienta is globally sold by Toyota as a front wheel drive with a 4WD variant only sold in Japan.

The Toyota Sienta is suitable for small family haul, and is suitable for city drive and occasional long distance upcountry visits. The Sienta currently retails from around 900 thousand KES