|By PR Newswire||
|August 21, 2014 11:22 AM EDT||
CHICAGO, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Minivans are some of the most practical and versatile vehicles on the road, so it is no surprise that they come stocked with features and offer top of the line performance, storage and fuel efficiency. However, at Toyota of River Oaks in Chicago, Ill. by simply pitting the 2014 Toyota Sienna vs the 2014 Nissan Quest, the quality of Toyota's vehicles speak for themselves and the Sienna demonstrates why it is consistently one of the best minivans on the market. With its ample space, roomy interior, and powerful engine that doesn't burn through gallons of gas, the 2014 Toyota Sienna breezes past even the stiffest competition.
With its massive interior and plethora of seats, the 2014 Toyota Sienna simply offers more to families looking for a comfortable people mover. While the Quest only offers seven seats, opting to remove the second row of seats and replace them with a pair of captain chairs, the Sienna keeps the third row, comfortably seating eight inside without making anyone feel cramped. Of course, when the van is a more useful storage vehicle than a person transport, the Sienna can offer 150 cubic feet of space, capable of handling any sort of cargo needed. Nissan's minivan, meanwhile, can only must 105 cubic feet, just barely 2/3rds of what the Sienna offers.
And with its powerful engine capable of producing 266 horsepower, the 2014 Toyota Sienna in Chicago, Ill. can manage some serious power. The 2014 Nissan Quest, meanwhile, nets 260 horsepower, still a decent number, but considering how it offers less seating and less cargo space there is no excuse for a weaker engine.
For more information on the 2014 Toyota Sienna and how it stacks up to other competitors, simply call Toyota of River Oaks in Chicago, Ill. at 888-926-4570 or visit them at www.toyotaofriveroaks.com.
Media Contact: Jimmy Lambert, Toyota of River Oaks, 888-926-4570, [email protected]
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