2020 Toyota Sienna vs 2021 Lincoln Navigator

2020 Toyota Sienna
2020 Toyota Sienna
$29,715MSRP
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2021 Lincoln Navigator
2021 Lincoln Navigator
$76,705MSRP
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2020 Toyota Sienna
$29,715MSRP
Overview
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2021 Lincoln Navigator
$76,705MSRP
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Overview

MSRP

$29,715

MSRP

$76,705

Average price

$31,915

Average price

$54,736

Listings

413

Listings

485
Ratings & Reviews
User Reviews
User Reviews

Expert reviews

7.8 out of 10

Expert reviews

7.7 out of 10
Pros
  • Great handling
  • Plenty of cargo space
  • Standard advanced safety features
Cons
  • Poor ergonomic design
  • Twitchy steering
Pros
  • Quiet cabin
  • Premium interior materials
  • Powerful engine
Cons
  • Poor fuel economy
  • Sluggish touchscreen response

2020 Toyota Sienna Reviews Summary

Since the second half of the 20th century, each decade has had a hot-topic family car, and, as we’ve noted in a number of reviews this year, the crossover is our current darling vehicle. Before the crossover, there were big, truck-based SUVs. Before that, there were station wagons.

And for the past 35 years, there's always been the minivan.

The Dodge Caravan has been widely considered the Patient Zero of the minivan segment. From there, seemingly everyone joined the party, including Toyota, Nissan, Ford, Chevy, GMC, Volkswagen, Oldsmobile, Ford, and more. Heck, even Mercury had a “Nautica Edition” version of the Villager.

The minivan was king once, the crossover is king now, and some other type of vehicle will likely dominate in the near future. But in all this, the 7- and 8-passenger minivans will always represent the ultimate in versatility. The crossover is an image-forward fad with a dash of usability, but the minivan continues to prove itself as the pinnacle of practicality.

The 2020 Toyota Sienna is neither the newest nor flashiest minivan out there, but when you absolutely need space for people and gear, there’s nothing better. Additionally, the Sienna is the only minivan to offer all-wheel drive (AWD), which is something specifically desired by many car buyers.

2021 Lincoln Navigator Reviews Summary

Full-size SUVs like the Lincoln Navigator represent the smallest slice of the luxury SUV market. They're the heaviest, hugest, and fanciest people movers sold by mainstream automakers—and you can count them all on two hands. The Navigator, a popular nameplate since 1998, was redesigned in dramatic fashion for 2018. In its fourth model year, this Navigator still delights us as we test newer competitors costing at or above its $77,000 starting price. Foreign nameplates offer no equal to the Navigator, and it's not for sheer size or a desire to lift up Lincoln that we say this is one of the best American vehicles, among both trucks and cars, ever made.
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Popular Features & Specs

Engine

3.5L 296 hp V6

Engine

3.5L 450 hp V6

Drive Train

FWD

Drive Train

4X2

Seating Capacity

2

Seating Capacity

8

Horsepower

296 hp @ 6200 rpm

Horsepower

450 hp @ 5500 rpm

MPG City

19

MPG City

16

MPG Highway

26

MPG Highway

22
2020 Toyota Sienna
2020 Toyota Sienna
$29,715MSRP
Overview
Overview
OverviewShop Now
2021 Lincoln Navigator
2021 Lincoln Navigator
$76,705MSRP
Overview
Overview
OverviewShop Now
2020 Toyota Sienna
$29,715MSRP
Overview
Overview
OverviewShop Now
2021 Lincoln Navigator
$76,705MSRP
Overview
Overview
OverviewShop Now
Overview
MSRP
$29,715
$76,705
Average price
$31,915
$54,736
Listings
Ratings & Reviews
User reviews
4.9
4.9
Expert reviews

7.8 out of 10

Read full review

7.7 out of 10

Read full review
Pros & cons
Pros
  • Great handling
  • Plenty of cargo space
  • Standard advanced safety features
Cons
  • Poor ergonomic design
  • Twitchy steering
Pros
  • Quiet cabin
  • Premium interior materials
  • Powerful engine
Cons
  • Poor fuel economy
  • Sluggish touchscreen response
Summary

Since the second half of the 20th century, each decade has had a hot-topic family car, and, as we’ve noted in a number of reviews this year, the crossover is our current darling vehicle. Before the crossover, there were big, truck-based SUVs. Before that, there were station wagons.

And for the past 35 years, there's always been the minivan.

The Dodge Caravan has been widely considered the Patient Zero of the minivan segment. From there, seemingly everyone joined the party, including Toyota, Nissan, Ford, Chevy, GMC, Volkswagen, Oldsmobile, Ford, and more. Heck, even Mercury had a “Nautica Edition” version of the Villager.

The minivan was king once, the crossover is king now, and some other type of vehicle will likely dominate in the near future. But in all this, the 7- and 8-passenger minivans will always represent the ultimate in versatility. The crossover is an image-forward fad with a dash of usability, but the minivan continues to prove itself as the pinnacle of practicality.

The 2020 Toyota Sienna is neither the newest nor flashiest minivan out there, but when you absolutely need space for people and gear, there’s nothing better. Additionally, the Sienna is the only minivan to offer all-wheel drive (AWD), which is something specifically desired by many car buyers.

Full-size SUVs like the Lincoln Navigator represent the smallest slice of the luxury SUV market. They're the heaviest, hugest, and fanciest people movers sold by mainstream automakers—and you can count them all on two hands. The Navigator, a popular nameplate since 1998, was redesigned in dramatic fashion for 2018. In its fourth model year, this Navigator still delights us as we test newer competitors costing at or above its $77,000 starting price. Foreign nameplates offer no equal to the Navigator, and it's not for sheer size or a desire to lift up Lincoln that we say this is one of the best American vehicles, among both trucks and cars, ever made.
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Popular Features & Specs
Engine
3.5L 296 hp V6
3.5L 450 hp V6
Drive Train
FWD
4X2
Seating Capacity
2
8
Horsepower
296 hp @ 6200 rpm
450 hp @ 5500 rpm
MPG City
19
16
MPG Highway
26
22
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