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They’re the complete opposite of sleepers: cars that look fast, but aren’t. Continue Reading...
7 passenger vehicles are the sweet spot for MPVs; more accommodating than 6-passenger vehicles, but not necessarily as gargantuan as 8+ seaters. Continue Reading...
There is hope for enthusiasts without cash to burn on repairs. Continue Reading...
Possibly the coolest looking minivan yet, is here. Say hello to the 2022 Kia Carnival. Continue Reading...
Built on the TNGA-K platform the 2021 Toyota Sienna will be available as a hybrid only. Toyota has confirmed that the 2021 Sienna will be available in dealerships across the country in November 2020. Though the 2021 model looks more like an evolution, it is an all-new vehicle and shares its underpinnings with the new… Continue Reading...
Kia’s “Grand Utility Vehicle” boasts the sort of seats you’d expect when flying first class. Continue Reading...
Surprise surprise: import cars and crossovers dominate the list of affordable and safe rides for new drivers. Continue Reading...
Main photo credit: UfaBizPhoto/ Shutterstock.com Each year the team at J.D. Power reveals what mainstream car brands owners find most appealing. This year, you might be surprised at the results. Continue Reading...
We went hands-on with Toyota’s new people-hauler to learn how it’s evolving the family minivan, and why it’s gone all-hybrid. Continue Reading...
Kia has released the first images of the fourth-generation Sedona—or Carnival in other markets—showing off a new, stately appearance. Begun, the minivan wars have. Chrysler fired the first salvo with the redesigned 2021 Pacifica. Then just a month ago, Toyota revealed the all-new, all-hybrid Sienna. Kia would not sit this one out, and it’s now… Continue Reading...