It's tough to think about the minivan segment without the Toyota Sienna coming to mind. It's the only minivan currently offered with available all-wheel drive and it doesn't hurt to have Toyota's reputation for reliability and resale value, either. For those reasons and more, the Toyota Sienna has earned another best resale value award.
Tons of cargo space paired with seating for 8 people makes the Sienna an ideal family hauler. With a bunch of choices in the entertainment and comfort department, keeping the kids occupied on long rides to see the grandparents should feel quick and painless. An extra-wide screen is capable of playing two separate movies at the same time, and the second-row seats can slide back to maximize legroom.
A 3.5-liter V6 engine and a comfortable suspension system make the Sienna a breeze to drive. The V6 engine provides enough pep to get on the highway without digging into fuel economy figures. For 2014, the Sienna earned EPA city/highway fuel economy ratings of 18/25 mpg. As for the AWD variant, fuel economy figures slide to 16 mpg in the city and 23 mpg highway.
The combination of available and standard features, a comfortable ride, and optional all-wheel drive make the Toyota Sienna an ideal family hauler.
Highly customizable with loads of room and a new 2.5-liter inline 4-cylinder engine make the Ford Transit Connect ideal for a variety of full-load situations.
Respectable fuel economy figures, tons of room for cargo and people, and an available built-in vacuum cleaner make the Honda Odyssey an excellent alternative.
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