If you’re shopping for a new minivan you’ve picked a good time. First of all, there are only 4 models from which to choose so that makes life simpler but more importantly they’ve all been recently refreshed or completely redesigned with the Honda Odyssey and Chrysler Pacifica midway through their product cycles and the Kia Carnival and Toyota Sienna the all-new vans on the block. And this week I’m getting to know the 2021 Sienna Limited – now the penultimate trim just below the new Platinum grade. It’s available in front or all-wheel drive and comes with a standard, gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain that takes MPGs from 21 to 36. That’s an amazing leap forward that families on a budget will certainly appreciate and bests all competitors other than the Pacific Hybrid which, because it has a plug and the Sienna does not, can travel 32miles using electricity alone before the gas engine even turns over. Despite that plug-in “disadvantage,” the Sienna’s bladder-busting 648 mile driving range obliterates the rest of the class. As a matter of fact, it can go farther on one tank of gas than any other new vehicle on the market. Well, a 2WD F-150 Hybrid with the optional 26 gallon tank can go 2 miles more, but you’re not interested in that.