10. Dodge Grand Caravan
It’s the year 2013 and much like a weaponized airborne virus, the crossover craze is blown completely out of proportion. Despite the available information, people still flock to dealers to buy thirsty and often over-capable utility vehicles in an attempt to avoid driving a loathsome minivan.
Where did this reputation come from and why has this tirelessly laboring family hauler been cast aside by so many? The Dodge Grand Caravan offers seating and space to rival full-size SUVs. While so many of its rivals are practically luxury cars the Grand Caravan can be had at a price that a normal family can afford (and appreciate). If a starting price of $21,000 isn’t enough to give it a second look, Dodge’s family hauler has one more trick up its sleeve: sliding second row doors. If you have young children, those doors are the best invention since the soother.