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In the United States, Minivan is a type of van designed for personal use. Minivans are typically either two-box or one box designs for maximum interior volume – and are taller than a sedan, hatchback, or a station wagon. Minivan is an American English term. Worldwide, minivans are also marketed as multi-purpose vehicles (MPVs), multi-utility vehicles (MUVs), people-carriers or people-movers. Minivans are designed to make your business a breeze. The spacious cabins, slide doors, robust media systems, and comfortable upholstery make them easy, simple, and enjoyable. Yet many business owners overlook them for crossover SUVs with worse fuel economy and less room. When it comes to the business of transporting people, there are few better vehicles. They are, essentially, containers on wheels, but without the rough edge of the more traditional vans. True, they may not have the “sparkling lifestyle” ambiance of the SUV, but some of them share basic platforms with the “bigger boys” and have more efficient packaging. You are probably here because you want to get a new minivan, and we can help you at Glacier Vehicles. Let’s find out about the top minivan models, as chosen by our experts. Recommended alternatives are available for each segment. With that being said, consider our top picks. They all do what a minivan is expected to do – hauling people and things with ease. But they are not just your random minivans, they’re top notch:

Chrysler Pacifica

In past years, the minivan market was dominated by Toyota and Honda. The story changed when the award-winning Chrysler Pacifica was introduced. The Pacifica is a true beauty, from its smooth navigation to the skillfully crafted cabin, everything about it is just perfect. It also offers feature content in travelling and driving assistance facilities. It also possesses a 287-horsepower V6 engine and plug-in hybrid variant, with over 30 miles of electric driving available. The price of £20,500 is definitely a bargain.

Honda Odyssey

The remodeled 2018 Odyssey is a “poster car” for quality. With a flexible cabin, the handling is smooth and responsive, and, most importantly, it is fuel efficient and can save you money at the pump. It houses a 280-hp V6, and the starting price is £22,300.

Kia Sedona

With the 2018 Kia Sedona, the key word is value. It contains a first class cabin, and several other features, all at a reasonable price. Its navigation is impeccable and the cabin is roomy. It is powered by a 276-hp V6 engine, and its price starts at a very reasonable £20,150.

Mercedes-Benz Metris

This van is impressive with its robust, spacious interior. It’s a good choice if you want a small versatile van to carry out a wide array of tasks. If your company is just starting up, the Metris might just be the ideal vehicle. It is accompanied by a 208-hp 4-cylinder engine, and its price begins at just £19,430.

Toyota Sienna

Toyota was the face of the minivan for years, and there is no way it’s not getting on this list. The redesigned Toyota Sienna is rugged and beefy, a feature that makes it appropriate for long distance journeys. It is the only vehicle on this list that has the all-wheel drive, which will provide traction for safe handling, even on slippery roads. It is powered by a 296-hp V6 engine, and the starting price is £20,380.