Top 10 Best Van Models of 2021
Vans (whether regular full-size vans or minivans) have served individuals and families alike for a number decades now as utility vehicles. While there have been some fantastic models in the past, they are even better models in the present day upgraded with more innovative features. This article considers the top ten best van models of 2020.
Table of Contents
- 2017 Toyota Sienna
- Nissan Quest
- 2017 Kia Sedona
- Chevrolet City Express
- GMC Savana
- Dodge Grand Caravan
- Chrysler Town & Country
- Chevrolet Express
- Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
2017 Toyota Sienna
As minivans go 2017 Toyota Sienna is a wise choice and is very engaging to drive. The fit, finishing, and controls in the interior are fantastic improvements when compared to the 2016 model.
It also features a conveniently designed cabin. With an efficient steering system, the 2017 Sienna rides comfortably, with fair handling. Its 3.5-liter V6 engine is powerful and returns a reasonable 20 mpg overall fuel economy.
The four-wheel-drive version of this vehicle sacrifices just one mpg. With an eighth seat capacity, it cleverly functions as a passenger hauler. The model also features a standard backup camera, a front-passenger seat cushion airbag, and an additional LATCH attachment.
Its reliability has been well above average. Finally, the availability of an all-wheel drive system is Sienna’s biggest advantage that makes standout as one of the best.
This cavernous Nissan Quest is a luxuriously built minivan. It includes a plush interior which makes for a smooth, compliant ride. Its 3.5-liter V6 engine feels lively with a respectable 19 mpg overall fuel economy system.
The Nissan Quest is a commendable minivan, with a reasonable amount of leg and head room in its first two rows, as well as enough room for three adults in the seats on the third row.
The two rear rows can fold to the form of a flat load floor. The vehicle’s covered cargo bay behind its third-row seat is a feature that is uncommon in minivans. The blind-spot detection is optional.
2017 Kia Sedona
The 2016 Kia Sedona comes with a seating capacity of around seven- to eight-passenger. Under its hood is a smooth and powerful 276-hp, 3.3-liter V6 engine along with a six-speed automatic system. The vehicles roomy cabin is convenient, and the handling is ultimately secure.
This Kia model’s interior is finely finished and inviting, featuring a new front console for handy concealed storage area. The available safety features of the 2017 Kia Sedona includes a forward-collision, cross-traffic alert, and blind-spot, systems. Since the beginning of 2016, it was provided with a rear-view camera on all trim lines.
Chevrolet City Express
The Chevrolet City Express comes with a 1500-pound payload capacity and shares the same unitized body with the Nissan V200’s. It also features continuously variable automatic transmission, 131-hp 2.0-liter four, and a 123 cubic feet cargo space.
What more does this Chevrolet model bring to the table? Five-year/60,000-mile power train warranty, a 3200-dealer sales network and two years/24,000 miles of free maintenance.
With just a few major updates in the past years, the Savana remains a reliable work van that can carry out the job with minimal amount of fuss.
It offers are a crew van, a room for five plus a cargo compartment, a passenger model that seats up to 15 and a cargo van with two front seats. This rugged automobile’s Gas, CNG, and Diesel power trains all come with a rear and/or all-wheel drive feature.
Dodge Grand Caravan
The Dodge Grand Caravan provides unmatched versatility, modern technology, reassuring safeguards and unexpected power.
The seats fold individually, and there is an integrated super console that provides multiple storage options. It also features a heated steering wheel that allows for proper handling. The Dodge Grand Caravan offers a powerful 283-hp V6 engine system with its fuel economy at 17 mpg.
Chrysler Town & Country
The Town & Country features a comfortable, quiet, and well-equipped, versatile cabin. Its second- and third seat rows conveniently fold in the floor so as to maximize cargo space. It comes with a powerful V6 engine with a moderate fuel economy of about 17 mpg overall. The everyday handling is sound making the vehicle a reliable option.
With Chevrolet Express you have the option of choosing wheelbases, payload capacities, along with a towing capacity of 10,000 pounds. It also comes with a cargo van with room for around 12 or 15 people.
Its power train options include a 6.6-liter turbodiesel V-8 with 525 lb-ft and a gas 4.8-liter V-8, one fueled by CNG. Both options offer rear-wheel drive.
With various body designs to carry either people or cargo, including a seating of up to 12, the Mercedes Sprinter is a jack-of-all-trades.
There are two power train options available a seven-speed automatic with rear-wheel drive, and a 161-hp 2.1-liter turbodiesel, or rear- or four-wheel drive and an 188-hp 3.0-liter turbodiesel V-6 with a five-speed automatic. It also features several high-tech safety gears such as crosswind stabilization, collision prevention, and lane-departure warning.
This full-size van is modern behind the wheel and under the hood, with useful technological innovations to help today’s hard-working folk. Manufactured in three body lengths, three roof heights, and two wheelbases, it is a cargo hauler or people mover with 15 seats.
Ford Telematics allows you to track your fleet using GPS-based monitoring. The engine choices for this model include an 185-hp turbo-diesel inline-five with 350 lb-ft of torque, a 310-hp twin-turbo V-6, a 275-hp V-6, each is a rear-wheel drive and six-speed automatic.
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