The 2015 Honda Odyssey has earned the highest safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Toyota has announced a recall for the 2014 Sienna minivan and issued a stop-sale order to its dealers.
The Swagger Wagon is back, four years after the original videos debuted.
Chrysler’s upcoming seven-passenger crossover could be built on a minivan platform.
Volkswagen has announced changes heading to its 2015 model lineup.
Toyota has improved its Sienna minivan bumper to bumper for the 2015 model year.
The refreshed Toyota Sienna will debut this Thursday.
The Workhorse Not-So-Minivan Vehicle Overview After a decade on the market, General Motor’s “mid-size” vans received their one and only update for the 1996 model year. The short wheelbase version of the van was dropped this year and styling was modified to better resemble the larger full-size GM vans. Base model Astros/Safaris featured a utilitarian…
Nearly 696,000 vehicles are being added to a recall campaign that Chrysler announced in March, 2011.
Nissan might serve as the sole provider of new taxicabs for New York City after all.
Despite the Dodge Grand Caravan not being long for this world, the Caravan nameplate could live on.
As far as vehicles have come in terms of safety over the recent years, there are still some that are safer than others. To help identify the safest vehicles on the market, AutoGuide.com has compiled a list of 10 cars that received both a Top Safety Pick Plus rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway…
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has opened a preliminary safety evaluation on the 2007 Nissan Quest minivan over inaccurate fuel gauge readings.
Chrysler has announced a recall that affects 780,000 minivans for window switches that can overheat and lead to a fire.
Pickups, minivans and automotive tech – that’s what captured the attention of automotive enthusiasts this week. AutoGuide.com‘s review of the 2014 Ford F-150 Tremor was our most watched video this week but not far behind in views was our look into the future of automotive infotainment at QNX. And though the market is slowly fading, our…
Nearly 25,000 Honda Odyssey minivans are being recalled because of a problem with their air bags.
Minivans may no longer be the default vehicle for growing families, but that doesn’t mean these practical do-it-all boxes should be ignored.
Kia hosted a nice surprise leading up to the 2014 New York Auto Show, proving that there’s still some life left in the minivan segment.
The minivan market has taken a downturn thanks to the rise of the crossover and SUV, but some automakers still persist in the family hauling market.
Kia is planning to “raise the bar” in the minivan segment with the 2015 Sedona, which is set to be revealed next week during the 2014 New York Auto Show.
Our editors are trading in the luxurious and sporty cars from last week for practical, family-friendly minivans. See what else we’re testing this week on AutoGuide Now.
Apparently family values matter. Conservative politicians tap-dance around these issues, pundits prognosticate about their demise and segments of the driving population make them a central issue when it’s time to purchase a new vehicle. Not surprisingly they play a starring role in this week’s installment of Ask AutoGuide.
Minivans aren’t really exciting, but Kia is hoping to change that mentality with what looks like a redesigned Sedona, which seems destined for a 2014 New York Auto Show debut.
Honda‘s popular minivan is facing yet another recall, this time for a potential fire risk.