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Which minivan should I buy?

Are you on the market for a new minivan? Now's a great time to buy, with the 2015-16 model year offering many high-quality options at family friendly prices. The 3 top-ranked minivans in this class include the Dodge Grand Caravan, the Toyota Sienna and the Honda Odyssey. Each of these minivans offers spacious seating, ample cargo room and enough luxury features to keep drivers and passengers happy. Learn more about the top minivans on the market and see which of these minivans would best fit your needs.

The minivan has long been the quintessential vehicle for large families. Its ample seating can usually accommodate at least seven, and

in some models up to eight people. While some minivans offer optional third row seating, these seats are often cramped, uncomfortable, and inappropriate for longer trips. Now that removable and stowable seating is a common feature in minivans, this passenger room can be transformed into cargo room quickly and easily. Like SUVs, the third row can be stowed or removed in order to offer more cargo room, as can the second row. This allows for all of the cargo space of an SUV, with all of the comfort of a traditional minivan.

While many of these useful features come standard in minivans, each make and model of minivan has its own special features. If you are interested in fuel efficiency, then a Nissan Quest or a Honda Odyssey may be the best choice for you. For those who need space for cargo, the Toyota Sienna and the Chrysler Town and Country both offer ample cargo space. The price-conscious can even find a high-quality minivan in the Dodge Grand Caravan. Take the quiz below to find the best minivan for your needs.

What price range are you comfortable with?
At most, how many passengers do you think you'll have?
How important is fuel economy to you?
Is a large maximum cargo space important to you?
Do you drive more often in the city or on highways?
How important is it to you to have a minivan with the highest safety rating?