One of the most popular minivans on the market, the Dodge Grand Caravan seats 7 people, gets a 17-25 mpg, and has a versatile cargo space that ranges between 33 and 143 cubic feet, depending on its fold-down seats. This minivan is one of America's favorite for a reason - it combines a still powerful engine and responsive steering with convenient interior features for an over all pleasant and quite affordable ride.
The Chevy Express has 15-20 mpg, can seat 12 passengers, but also skimps on family-oriented amenities. This van has a large turning circle and can be a little tough to drive but it certainly gets the job done with its all-wheel drive and a generous towing capacity.
Spacious interiors, seating for 12 with lot's of cargo room and a commanding road presence define the Ford Transit 12 passenger van with the Hi Top roof. No need to stoop down unless you're 9 feet tall in this van. Walk upright down the center aisle and lean back in comfortable captain style seating for 8 of the 12 seats in this road king of a van.
The Ford Transit 350 seats 15 passengers and gets 14-19 mpg, which is pretty good for its class. This vehicle takes the passenger comfort up a notch with re-styled seats, but the cargo space remains very limited, with only a handful of storage space available under some seats and in between rows. This van provides a slightly more comfortable ride with less 'truck-like" characteristics and more pleasant road manners.