2020 Toyota Sienna Review And Buying Guide | The Wait Continues ...

2020 Toyota Sienna Review and Buying Guide | The wait continues ...

We sure hope Toyota is cooking something special up for its next-generation minivan, because it's certainly been a long wait. While most cars and minivans go six years between generation, the 2020 Toyota Sienna represents year nine since it was completely redesigned. Sure, there was a significant overhaul a few years ago and constant updating (including some for this year), but the competition has been completely redone, and it makes a difference. The Honda Odyssey and Chrysler Pacifica are more refined, more advanced technologically and have better safety ratings. Even the Kia Sedona, which is no spring chicken itself, is fresher in certain respects.

Now, despite being long in the tooth, the 2020 Sienna still provides plenty of distinctive elements that keep it relevant. Its second-row seat slides further than most, providing exceptional comfort for adults and teenagers. Its unique all-wheel drive option. Its SE trim level that is arguably the most engaging minivan to drive. In other words, don't write it off completely, but make sure to shop around.

What's new with Sienna for 2020?

The SE and SE Premium trim levels can now be equipped with the Nightshade Edition package ($700), pictured above. Following an industry trend, it replaces all the exterior bright work with black trim. It's undeniably the coolest-looking Sienna.

Visitors Wait 11 Hours For Mickey Mouse Attraction

Visitors wait 11 hours for Mickey Mouse attraction

Visitors to Tokyo Disneyland had to wait for up to 11 hours for one of the attractions on the 90th birthday of Mickey Mouse.

Sunday marks 90 years since the popular character made his debut in a short film on November 18th, 1928.

Nintendo Says Their Online Service Will Be 'worth The Wait'

Nintendo Says Their Online Service Will Be 'Worth The Wait'

Nintendo's online gaming service was originally pegged for a release in 2017 but it was later delayed. Nintendo then earlier this month confirmed that the service would be launching in September 2018 instead where it will see gamers pay $4 a month to access the service, or $20 a year if you buy a year's subscription outright.

It doesn't seem like a lot of money, but given that these days we tend to be subscribed to many services, it is more money out of our wallets. However Nintendo claims that it will be "worth the wait". The company's optimism was revealed during an investor Q&A (via IGN) where Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima and managing executive officer, Shinya Takahashi revealed their plans for the service.

Subaru Will Wait For Evs To Become More Popular Before Making One

Subaru Will Wait For EVs To Become More Popular Before Making OneSubaru is one of the very few car makers that doesn’t ramble on about its breakthroughs in vehicle hybridization and all-electric alternatives.
But that doesn’t mean the Fuji-owned company hasn’t got something planned to counter attack its competition when the time comes. According to Drive.com.au, Subaru acknowledges that fully electric and hybrids make up just a small percentage of car sales, that’s why the company prefers to wait it out when it comes to EVs.

Nadal Ends Long Wait For Title On Grass

Nadal ends long wait for title on grassRafael Nadal defeated Viktor Troicki 7-6 (7-3), 6-3 Sunday to win the Mercedes Cup for the third time and claim his first title on grass since Wimbledon in 2010.
The top-seeded Spaniard, who had no aces in his semifinal win over Gael Monfils, ended the first set tiebreaker with an ace — his ninth. Nadal saved the only break point he faced.

Gamba Wait For New Site

Gamba wait for new siteGamba Osaka, one of the original J. League members, will move into a brand-new stadium as early as 2016.
And their new house will be built in an unprecedented way. The Kansai club tried to erect it through fundraising and smartly capitalizing on national subsidy systems, instead of relying on its local administrations for financial expenditures.