Best 5 Used AWD Minivans Car Buying Tips — Volkswagen SportVan

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Best 5 Used AWD Minivans

the Toyota Sienna the only in recent years to offer drive (AWD), consumers for this feature for driving in all kinds of weather might they have to choose a or go without AWD.

That’s not true. What it does however, is that you’ll to look back a few years and go for model minivans from manufacturers that then all-wheel drive as an option.

at what’s available, here’s a of the best five used AWD beginning, of course, with the Sienna. the all-time player in this family-friendly feature.

2011-2013 Toyota Sienna – models of the Sienna offered drive, the LE, XLE and Limited. In the 2013 year, the Toyota Sienna the four-cylinder engine, but that was underpowered, anyway. Standard on the LE included rear-view camera, side doors, automatic control and upgraded audio. meanwhile, featured a standard leather seating, blind monitoring system and second-row seats with pop-up Limited models got dual power-folding third-row seat and audio. LE and XLE were available in 7- and configurations with AWD, the AWD Limited was 7-passengers only. ranges from arouond to $26,500.

2006-2010 Toyota Sienna – In the Toyota Sienna gained side airbags. While a engine was offered, it’s to look for AWD models with the powerful 215-horsepower 3.3-liter V6 with a five-speed automatic These model year were packed with features, offered a smooth above-average fuel economy and considered the practical choice for buyers needing more and utility. Depending on trim and 7- or seating configuration, plus mileage and condition, look for ranging from a low of $11,960 to the of $21,500.

2004 Chrysler Country – The last model that Chrysler offered drive in the Chrysler Town minivan was 2004. Power from a 215-horsepower 3.8-liter V6 matched with a four-speed AWD models were available in and Limited trims only. included excellent ride and a refined drivetrain and a comfortable and interior. Negatives included no third-row seat and spotty Pricing for used models from $4,500 to $12,100.

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2005 Chevrolet Astro – needing the roominess of a minivan but the cargo capacity and towing of an SUV had a reasonable choice in the 2005 Astro. Powered by a 190-horsepower V6 engine paired with a automatic transmission, the Astro provided sure-footed transportation, if not a thrilling driving experience. are hard to find, but relatively about $4,900.

2005-2006 Chevrolet Uplander – in the 2005 model year, the Uplander was marketed as a crossover van, the successor to the Chevy and precursor to the Chevrolet Traverse. with all-wheel drive in the LT trim, the Chevy Uplander seven passengers. Power in the form of a 200-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 matched with a four-speed transmission. The Uplander featured a 50/50 split-folding third-row for pricing ranging from to about $9,999.

Future AWD

If you’re looking for something than a Toyota Sienna and want to go for long-discontinued models and from years past, may be hope on the horizon. One bright for consumers in the market for an AWD minivan is Chrysler’s Sergio Marchionne has that the next-generation Chrysler Country will reintroduce drive on the 2015 model. It had dropped to make way for the popular ‘n Go feature. Whether that to be true or not, only will tell. At least there’ll be more than one in the marketplace offering family-friendly

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