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Maligned in some circles and treasured in others, minivans remain the workhorses of the American family. Today’s minivans and family vans offer an array of entertainment options, luxuries and advanced capabilities that lure more than space hunters. Whether you’re looking for a new van or a used van for your family or a cargo van for your business, your search for the right one starts here.



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The 2018 Honda Odyssey is the Best Family Car in the World

Price Range: $30,930 - $47,610 Price yours Max Capacity: 8 passengers Engine: 280-horsepower V6 Fuel Economy: 22 mpg combined In Short: Honda raises yet another bar in yet another segment We’re not really going out on a limb in calling the redesigned 2018 Honda Odyssey the best family car the world has ever seen. Frankly, it’s a declaration about as bold Read more...


2017 Chrysler Pacifica Touring Plus Joins Lineup

Chrysler has broadened its 2017 Pacifica minivan family with the addition of a Pacifica Touring Plus variant that is just now rolling into showrooms. Slotted between the Touring that starts at $31,990 and the leather-lined Touring-L that opens at $36,090, the new Pacifica Touring Plus kicks off at $33,455. Beyond an impressive array of Touring-spec Read more...


Edgier looking and more feature-rich, the 2018 Toyota Sienna minivan is set to debut at the New York Auto Show. Following up on a major powertrain revamp for 2017, this latest round of upgrades brings a bolder nose treatment across the lineup plus new safety and infotainment enhancements.  While details differ by trim, Read more...


Although not as ubiquitous as they were a generation ago, minivans still have a high level of functionality that appeals to families of all ages and sizes. And while there aren’t as many manufacturers building these people haulers as there were in the vehicle’s heyday, it’s still an intensely competitive segment. Kia has sought to differentiate its Sedona Read more...


The People-Mover for Nonconformists The most distinctly styled entry in the segment, Nissan's minivan backs up its bold look with an interior fit for a luxury SUV. Combined with buttery driving dynamics thanks to a segment-exclusive "gearless" automatic transmission, the Nissan Quest is worth more than just a double-take. Driving It From our 2017 Read more...


Previous | Next Winner In a family cars competition such as this, the minivan is the purpose-built winner. There are few reasons for owning one other than to raise a family and transport small human beings who don't drive. And as Leo Tolstoy reminded us in Anna Karenina, every family is different. Our 2017 round-up of the best family cars includes the Read more...


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