Minivan Buyer's Guide
The Best Family Cars Money Can Buy
There are plenty of great family cars out there, but none offers anything close to the purpose-built practicality of the minivan. The sliding doors, easy-access third-row seat, robust rear-seat entertainment options and more cup holders than seatbelts combine in a package that makes loading and unloading easier, while making the drive more enjoyable for all.
Get up to speed on the segment and explore your six minivan options below.
Laat year, the Kia Sedona was completely redesigned, while the Toyota Sienna received a revised interior, improved driving dynamics and more. Even though the Chrysler Town & Country is still on the market, its replacement, the all-new 2017 Pacifica, is slated to arrive later in 2016.
The Honda Odyssey is now a two-time winner of KBB's Minivan Best Buy award, the Toyota Sienna claimed the Kelley Blue Book Best Resale Value Award, and both perennial standouts, plus the Kia Sedona, made our list of the 16 Best Family Cars of 2016.
Some of the cool features that distinguish today's minivans include chilled compartments to keep drinks cold, Blu-ray players, ultra-widescreen monitors that can display two movies side-by-side, wall-type power outlets and HDMI ports to connect video game consoles.
If your family needs three rows but isn't yet sold on making the jump to a minivan, your next logical step should be a visit to our Midsize SUV Buyer's Guide.