Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is brimming with fuel- and emissions-saving tech. Continue Reading...
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Chrysler has launched America’s first-ever hybrid minivan—and it’s built for a compromise-free drive. Continue Reading...
As your family grows, your wheels will need an interior space upgrade to move everyone around—that’s why the smart choice is the all-new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid—America’s first-ever hybrid minivan. Continue Reading...
As anticipated, this brand-new minivan is loaded with clever features and amenities. Continue Reading...
Perhaps underscoring the importance of the Chinese market, Buick announced the first model under its newly christened Avenir sub-brand; the Chinese-exclusive GL8 Avenir. Continue Reading...
We talk Jeeps, hybrids, and fuel efficiency with the head of Ram Trucks. Continue Reading...
Nissan could be bringing a new passenger minivan to the U.S. Continue Reading...
The Honda Odyssey is arguably the best minivan on the market today, but Chrysler’s brand-new 2017 Pacifica looks like it could dethrone the current champ. Continue Reading...
Crossovers and SUVs might be dominating the market, but Chrysler isn’t ready to give up on the minivan just yet. Continue Reading...
The 2017 Chrysler Town & Country will bow at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show. Continue Reading...
For enthusiasts who care about performance, rear-wheel drive is king. Continue Reading...
The 2016 Honda Odyssey goes on sale tomorrow. This class-leading minivan kicks off with a base price of $30,155, including $880 in shipping fees. Continue Reading...
Last week we gave you tips on what to look for in a new vehicle when a baby’s on the way. But what if a new vehicle isn’t in the cards for you? New cars are expensive and so are babies. Continue Reading...
There may be no greater joy in life than knowing a newborn is on the way. Continue Reading...
Kia knows what the people of SEMA really want: beer and lots of it. So the Korean automaker brought us this mobile bar in the form of a Sedona minivan. Continue Reading...
It’s going to be a great weekend getaway to the racetrack. Continue Reading...
SEMA is an annual event that allows automakers, tuner companies and aftermarket firms to showcase their hottest, most exciting products. Surprisingly the folks at Kia have decided to bring a modified minivan. SAY WHAT?! Continue Reading...
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… Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
Chrysler’s “Stow ‘n Go” seating system makes converting the vans for optimal cargo carrying easy, but not easy enough. Continue Reading...
An announcement about Chrysler’s next generation of minivans is expected very soon although it in’t clear when that will happen. Continue Reading...
Kia’s 2014 Sedona minivan is one of the latest vehicles to earn a five-star crash safety rating. Continue Reading...
As you know, (or at least you should) our (usually) weekly feature Ask AutoGuide is all about helping readers in need (or for our own amusement). People require vehicle-buying advice and we provide guidance (it’s in our name after all). Give and receive, that’s how it works; it’s just like Christmas except Old Saint AutoGuide… Continue Reading...
Plenty of great vehicles around the world skip American showrooms. For various reasons the business decision is made that selling vehicle “x” in the U.S. doesn’t make sense and it’s never offered. Continue Reading...