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The new 2013 Toyota Sienna minivan
The Toyota Sienna family van offers enhanced value for 2013 with new additions in most model grades. The four-cylinder engine has been discontinued, leaving the popular 266-horsepower, 3.5-liter V6 as the sole powertrain. The roomy and versatile Sienna is the first vehicle in its class to offer an all-wheel drive option.
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Designed specifically with North American customers in mind, the current-generation Sienna, introduced for the 2011 model year, was primarily designed by Toyota’s Calty Design Research, developed at Toyota Technical Center in Ann Arbor, Mich., and is assembled at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana.
The new 2013 Nissan NV200 New York City Taxi
Nissan's innovative spirit and engineering skills take centre stage at Paris with the European motor show debut of its exciting project based on the NV200 van.
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The New York City taxi is based on the multi-purpose NV200 compact van - a vehicle that has been introduced in 40 countries, selling over 120,000 units worldwide.
Hailed as the ‘Taxi of tomorrow', the NV200 New York City taxi is set to appear on the streets of ‘The Big Apple' at the end of 2013.
The new 2013 Chrysler Town & Country minivan
The 2013 Chrysler Town & Country minivan moves into the new model year once again as an innovator not just in the segment, but in the entire automotive industry. Already imbued with innovative technology, unparalleled functionality, classic design, and a long list of standard convenience and safety features, the 2013 Town & Country has an available Blu-Ray dual-screen DVD system, a first in the industry.
Other improvements for 2013 include sharper-resolution rear-seat DVD screens for all models, a HDMI input for video game systems, two rear-seat USB ports for charging cell phones or MP3 players, standard Trailer Sway Damping and standard power folding mirrors on Limited and optional on Touring L models. The USB ports, Trailer Sway Damping, and Blu-Ray DVD are new additions to the growing list of innovations the Chrysler minivans have debuted since 1983.
The new 2013 Dodge Grand Caravan minivan
The 2013 Dodge Grand Caravan continues to innovate in the segment it created. It starts by offering an unprecedented level of functionality, convenience and safety at an unexpected price – the AVP now starts $1,000 less than in 2012 – at just $19,995 MSRP.
Also new for 2013, Dodge is offering an industry-first new dual-screen Blu-Ray DVD video system with four-times higher resolution on Crew and R/T models (available fourth quarter). This system is offered by no other auto manufacturer and is the latest innovation the Grand Caravan is bringing to the minivan segment. The system also features a High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) input for video game systems, a 115-volt power outlet and two USB ports so customers can charge their cell phones, laptops, tablet PCs or MP3 players. The Blu-Ray player can play both standard DVD’s and Blu-Ray Discs.
The new 2012 Nissan Quest minivan
The 2012 Nissan Quest is more than just another standard minivan – it’s a new take on innovation for the family. From its bold styling with full surround glass to its extensive list of family friendly features and innovations, Quest “gets” parenting better than any other minivan.
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Key features include one-touch power sliding doors, fold-flat 2nd and 3rd row seats, Advanced Climate Control System, and an always-available rear storage. Enhancements to the fourth generation design include standard XM® Satellite Radio (XM® subscription required, sold separately) on Quest SV and SL models, and one new exterior color – Super Black.
The new 2012 Kia Sedona minivan
Consistently hailed by media and consumers as the value-friendly choice in the minivan segment thanks to its practical combination of convenience features and modern amenities and long list of safety features, the Sedona returns to the Kia Motors America (KMA) lineup for the 2012 model year and continues to offer comfort, utility and peace of mind.
A four-time recipient of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's "Top Safety Pick" recognition3, Sedona also was named "Best Minivan for the Money" in 2011 by U.S. News & World Report and a "Top Recommended Vehicle" by Edmunds.com in 2010.
The new 2012 Toyota Sienna minivan
The Toyota Sienna moves into its second year with a number of comfort and convenience enhancements.
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Toyota introduced the third-generation Sienna family van for 2011 model year with a sharper focus on comfort, versatility, style and fuel efficiency. The 2011 Sienna also introduced a four-cylinder engine choice and remains the only van in the segment to offer an all-wheel-drive option.
The new 2012 Volkswagen Routan (S, SE, SEL) minivan
The Routan is VW’s most family-friendly vehicle. If you want evidence, it’s not just the touchscreen multi-media entertainment system, or the integrated iPod® interface, or even the easy cleaning Vienna Leather and Leatherette seating surfaces that tell you—it’s the Getränkehalter. And this newest Routan boasts 13 of them.
These are family-sized cupholders strategically positioned around the Routan’s cabin. Two in the center stack storage bin. One in each of the front and rear doors. Four in the sliding center console. And three more in the back.
And with the Routan’s twin deep, under-floor storage bins, each designed to accommodate a six-pack of sodas, theoretically the tally of Getränkehalter is closer to 15.
For 2012, Ram will launch a new minivan tailored to the Class 1 commercial van market. The Ram Cargo Van – or Ram C/V – features solid sliding door and rear quarter window and backlight privacy panels in place of clear glass windows. However, buyers have the option of equipping their Ram C/V with several combinations of solid and glass panels, including a choice of solid or glass backlight.
“We see growth in the Class 1 light commercial vehicle market,” said Fred Diaz, President and CEO, Ram Truck Brand and Chrysler de Mexico — Chrysler Group LLC. “With its class-leading capability and a lower total cost of ownership, the highly versatile Ram Cargo Van is a great vehicle choice for small businesses and commercial fleets.”
The 2012 Chrysler Town & Country minivan builds upon the dramatic, and well received, changes made the previous model year. Already imbued with innovative technology, unparalleled functionality, classic design, and a long list of standard convenience and safety features, enhancements in refinement make the 2012 Town & Country a true stand-out in the minivan segment.
“The 2012 Chrysler Town & Country is the ultimate realization of the American Dream,” said Saad Chehab, Head, Chrysler Brand – Chrysler Group LLC. “For those who’ve worked hard to provide the best for their families, and who understand that settling down has nothing to do with settling for a minivan. By combining a world-class interior, best-in-class horsepower, spirited driving dynamics and class-exclusive one-touch Stow `n Go® seating, Town & Country embodies the Imported from Detroit ethos - offering style, comfort, and performance - for up to seven passengers.”
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