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Minivans are the grilled chicken breast of the automotive world: Wholesome but inherently dull. And that’s why we applaud Kia for attempting to make the all-new 2015 Sedona a more interesting prospect with the addition of a few carefully selected SUV cues. We don’t expect to see Range Rover buyers stampeding for Kia showrooms, but...
Ford has built a small commercial van with people-hauling proclivities, but is it a worthwhile option for families or is it too rough around the edges and best left to plumbers and construction workers?
The Quest might not be the innovation leader in the minivan segment, but that’s not to say it doesn’t have some excellent features. And in top-level LE trim it’s arguably it the most attractive for those who need family utility, but want a luxurious package.
A significant upgrade, the 2011 version of Chrysler’s Town & Country minivan also gets a price hike to match. But considering this car’s reputation and its Japanese competition, is Chrysler being too confident?
Despite being an all-new model, the 2012 Mazda5 doesn’t get any big changes. Luckily for Mazda they don’t have to try too hard, as the 5 is all alone in the mini-minivan segment. Still, that doesn’t change the fact that it’s one of the best examples of practicality, style and price on the market.
With Toyota offering both luxury and sport versions of Swagger Wagon Sienna minivan and GMC announcing a high-end Acadia Denali crossover, Ford wades in with a unique interpretation of its Flex for those with a need to be unique and the cash to spare.
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