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For the past few years, one model has clearly dominated the minivan market, at least in the eyes of auto reviewers. The Honda Odyssey has won over many a driving-enthusiast-come-diaper bag-toting-yuppie by virtue of its refinement, comfortable interior, foldaway third-row seat and, of course, that signature Honda dependability. Thanks to recent redesigns, the Toyota Sienna and Nissan Quest both pose close competition for the Odyssey, appealing to buyers with their car-like driving demeanor and cavernous interiors. Slightly smaller in size is the Mazda MPV, whose tidier dimensions make it more palatable for new parents just graduating from compact car ownership.

DaimlerChrysler started the minivan craze in the early 80s and continues to dominate the segment today with four top sellers, the Dodge Caravan, Dodge Grand Caravan, Chrysler Voyager and Chrysler Town & Country. Additional domestics include the Ford Freestar, Chevrolet Venture and Pontiac Montana.

Full-size vans represent the ultimate value when it comes to space. Starting in the low $20,000 range, these vehicles offer massive cargo areas, or seating for up to 15 people when properly equipped. The choices in this segment are limited to domestic automakers. Ford offers the Econoline, or E-series; Chevrolet's Express shares a platform with the GMC Savana; and Dodge offers the Ram Van.

In an auto market where the lines are becoming increasingly blurred between vehicle segments, the straightforward purpose and design of both minivans and full-size vans are refreshingly uncomplicated.

• Buick Terraza
• Chevrolet APV
• Chevrolet Astro
• Chevrolet City Express
• Chevrolet Lumina APV
• Chevrolet Lumina Van
• Chevrolet Uplander
• Chevrolet Venture
• Chrysler Grand Voyager
• Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid
• Chrysler Town & Country
• Chrysler Voyager
• Dodge Caravan
• Dodge Caravan C/V
• Dodge Grand Caravan
• Ford Aerostar
• Ford Freestar
• Ford Windstar
• GMC Safari
• Honda Odyssey
• Hyundai Entourage
• Isuzu Oasis
• Kia Sedona
• Mazda MPV
• Mercury Monterey
• Mercury Villager
• Nissan NV200 Taxi
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• Oldsmobile Silhouette
• Plymouth Grand Voyager
• Plymouth Voyager
• Pontiac Montana
• Pontiac Montana SV6
• Pontiac Trans Sport
• RAM Cargo
• Saturn Relay
• Toyota Previa
• Toyota Sienna
• Volkswagen EuroVan
• Volkswagen Routan
• Ford Transit Connect
• Mitsubishi Expo
• Nissan NV200
• Chevrolet Chevy Van
• Chevrolet Express
• Chevrolet Express 1500
• Chevrolet Express 3500
• Chevrolet Express LT
• Chevrolet Hi-Cube
• Chevrolet Sportvan
• Dodge B150 Ram
• Dodge B250 Ram
• Dodge B350 Ram
• Dodge Ram Van 1500
• Dodge Ram Van 2500
• Dodge Ram Van 3500
• Dodge Ram Wagon 1500
• Dodge Ram Wagon 2500
• Dodge Ram Wagon 3500
• Dodge Sprinter Van 2500
• Dodge Sprinter Van 3500
• Dodge Sprinter Wagon 2500
• Ford Club Wagon
• Ford E-150
• Ford E-250
• Ford E-350
• Ford E-350 Super Duty
• Ford Super Club Wagon
• GMC Magnavan
• GMC Rally Wagon
• GMC Savana
• GMC Savana 1500
• GMC Savana 2500
• GMC Savana SLT
• GMC Vandura
• Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van
• Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Wagon
• Nissan NV Cargo NV1500
• Nissan NV Passenger NV3500 HD
• Chevrolet Express 2500
• GMC Savana 3500
• Mercedes-Benz Sprinter-Class
• Nissan NV Cargo NV2500 HD
• Nissan NV Cargo NV3500 HD
• RAM ProMaster


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