Best Full Size Vans

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Overview

The Kia Carnival provides an intriguing new take on the minivan with its unusual styling, second-row lounge seating, and impressive feature set. The Kia Carnival is a 7-seater vehicle that comes in 5 trim levels. The most popular style is the LXS, which starts at $35,555 and comes with a 3.5L V6 engine and Front Wheel Drive. This Carnival is estimated to deliver 19 MPG in the city and 26 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Fresh exterior styling
  • Upscale interior can be equipped with lounge-like second-row chairs
  • Plenty of high-tech features

Cons

  • Second-row lounge seats aren't stowable or removable
  • All-wheel drive is not available
  • Highway fuel economy trails competitors

Overall Assessment

The outgoing Kia Sedona was often overlooked in the minivan segment, but the new Kia Carnival is a compelling contender. Its dramatic exterior styling brings this Kia closer to an SUV. There's a flat (rather than a sloping) hood, an upright front end, and straight body lines. Among the interesting details are the grille texture with integrated headlights, patterned metal trim between the rear windows, and full-width taillights. Innovative interior features include "VIP lounge" second-row chairs and a digital instrument cluster in the top trim. Mechanically, the Kia Carnival is more conventional. A 3.5-liter V6 pair with an eight-speed automatic to drive the front wheels. And the driving experience is a pleasant one. Kia offers a long list of additional features and also boasts a longer warranty than the Honda Odyssey, Toyota Sienna, and Chrysler Pacifica.
2022 Kia Carnival

$47,555 as shown

Starting MSRP
$33,555
Starting MktMarket Avg.
$35,877
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Feature Highlights

Power Doors
Blind Spot Camera
Pedestrian Detection
Wireless Charging
3rd Row
Around View Camera
Front and Rear Cooled Seats
Panoramic Moonroof
Hands-free Trunk/Liftgate
5 yr / 60k mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Fresh exterior styling
  • Upscale interior can be equipped with lounge-like second-row chairs
  • Plenty of high-tech features

Cons

  • Second-row lounge seats aren't stowable or removable
  • All-wheel drive is not available
  • Highway fuel economy trails competitors

Overall Assessment

The outgoing Kia Sedona was often overlooked in the minivan segment, but the new Kia Carnival is a compelling contender. Its dramatic exterior styling brings this Kia closer to an SUV. There's a flat (rather than a sloping) hood, an upright front end, and straight body lines. Among the interesting details are the grille texture with integrated headlights, patterned metal trim between the rear windows, and full-width taillights. Innovative interior features include "VIP lounge" second-row chairs and a digital instrument cluster in the top trim. Mechanically, the Kia Carnival is more conventional. A 3.5-liter V6 pair with an eight-speed automatic to drive the front wheels. And the driving experience is a pleasant one. Kia offers a long list of additional features and also boasts a longer warranty than the Honda Odyssey, Toyota Sienna, and Chrysler Pacifica.

Overview

The Toyota Sienna minivan seats eight passengers with ease, making it a great choice for families needing more room than the average SUV has to offer. Fuel economy is excellent, thanks to the Sienna’s standard hybrid powertrain, while all-wheel drive is available for more peace of mind in lousy weather. To help sweeten the deal, Toyota includes its full suite of driver safety technology at no charge. The Toyota Sienna is a 7-seater vehicle that comes in 6 trim levels. The most popular style is the XLE FWD 8-Passenger, which starts at $41,215 and comes with a Hybrid 2.5L I4 engine and Front Wheel Drive. This Sienna is estimated to deliver 36 MPG in the city and 36 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Impressive available amenities
  • Standard driver safety aids
  • Economical hybrid powertrain

Cons

  • Pricey Platinum trim
  • Engine feels underpowered

Overall Assessment

Redesigned and hybridized, the Toyota Sienna is a thoroughly modern minivan for families wanting a premium alternative to a three-row SUV. Its refined cabin, standard driver safety aids, and fancy amenities make it very comfortable. Its hybrid powertrain provides adequate power and much-improved fuel efficiency, while upper trim levels, though expensive, have great details like hands-free sliding doors and heated captain’s chairs. Overall, the redesigned Toyota Sienna is one of the most advanced and upscale minivans on the road.
2022 Toyota Sienna

$51,365 as shown

Starting MSRP
$35,925
Starting MktMarket Avg.
$37,062
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Feature Highlights

Pedestrian Detection
Wireless Charging
3rd Row
Around View Camera
Front Cooled Seats
Heads-up Display (HUD)
Hands-free Trunk/Liftgate
Power Trunk/Liftgate
3 yr / 36k mi Basic Warranty
8 yr / 100k mi Hybrid/EV Warranty
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Pros

  • Impressive available amenities
  • Standard driver safety aids
  • Economical hybrid powertrain

Cons

  • Pricey Platinum trim
  • Engine feels underpowered

Overall Assessment

Redesigned and hybridized, the Toyota Sienna is a thoroughly modern minivan for families wanting a premium alternative to a three-row SUV. Its refined cabin, standard driver safety aids, and fancy amenities make it very comfortable. Its hybrid powertrain provides adequate power and much-improved fuel efficiency, while upper trim levels, though expensive, have great details like hands-free sliding doors and heated captain’s chairs. Overall, the redesigned Toyota Sienna is one of the most advanced and upscale minivans on the road.

Overview

The well-rounded Honda Odyssey excels when it comes to passenger and cargo space, standard safety features, and a smooth ride. Its biggest drawback is the lack of newer features such as a hybrid model and all-wheel drive. The Honda Odyssey is a 8-seater vehicle that comes in 5 trim levels. The most popular style is the EX-L, which starts at $40,935 and comes with a 3.5L V6 engine and Front Wheel Drive. This Odyssey is estimated to deliver 19 MPG in the city and 28 MPG on the highway.

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Pros

  • Comfortable seating for eight
  • Competitively priced
  • Smooth V6 engine

Cons

  • All-wheel drive not available
  • Second-row seats must be removed to achieve max cargo
  • Missing some tech features

Overall Assessment

The Honda Odyssey is a minivan that is strong on core competencies. The roomy and flexible interior has seating for eight (in all but the base trim), and the Odyssey is an adept cargo-hauler as well. "Soft and easy" characterizes the Odyssey driving experience, and the traditional V6 engine is smooth and punchy. The Odyssey lags in innovation, however, and the minivan segment has seen a lot of that lately. The Honda's fuel economy doesn't match the latest hybrid minivans, and all-wheel drive is not on the menu. It's also not as tech-heavy or luxurious as the fanciest Chrysler Pacifica or Kia Carnival models.
2022 Honda Odyssey

$44,975 as shown

Starting MSRP
$34,265
Starting MktMarket Avg.
$35,444
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Feature Highlights

Power Doors
3rd Row
Start/Stop System
Power Trunk/Liftgate
Adaptive Cruise Control
In-Car WiFi
Forward Collision Warning
Android Auto
Apple CarPlay
3 yr / 36k mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Comfortable seating for eight
  • Competitively priced
  • Smooth V6 engine

Cons

  • All-wheel drive not available
  • Second-row seats must be removed to achieve max cargo
  • Missing some tech features

Overall Assessment

The Honda Odyssey is a minivan that is strong on core competencies. The roomy and flexible interior has seating for eight (in all but the base trim), and the Odyssey is an adept cargo-hauler as well. "Soft and easy" characterizes the Odyssey driving experience, and the traditional V6 engine is smooth and punchy. The Odyssey lags in innovation, however, and the minivan segment has seen a lot of that lately. The Honda's fuel economy doesn't match the latest hybrid minivans, and all-wheel drive is not on the menu. It's also not as tech-heavy or luxurious as the fanciest Chrysler Pacifica or Kia Carnival models.

Overview

The Ford Transit Passenger Wagon is a commercial-grade vehicle for carrying 10 to 15 people in comfort. It's available in two dozen styles, with different body lengths and heights for your particular needs. Other large transport vans can't match the Transit's smooth and quiet ride, standard safety tech, and agile handling. Ford offers several upfit options for various industries, and removable seats allow it to double as a cargo van. The Ford Transit Passenger Wagon is a 10-seater vehicle that comes in 6 trim levels. The most popular style is the T-350 XL 148" Medium Roof RWD, which starts at $45,095 and comes with a 3.5L V6 engine and Rear Wheel Drive.

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Pros

  • Smooth and quiet powertrain
  • Very maneuverable for its size
  • Standard driver safety features
  • Easy to configure for work or travel

Cons

  • Lacks rivals' lengthy warranty terms
  • High starting price
  • Limited off-road abilities
  • Few infotainment options

Overall Assessment

Full-size vans are a niche segment, catering to businesses and people needing extra passenger space over a minivan or SUV. These types of vehicles make great shuttles and work vehicles. The Ford Transit Passenger Wagon excels in its job duties, providing up to five seating rows. Its efficient powertrain offers plenty of muscle for hauling passengers and cargo. The Transit's refined interior and smooth ride put it at the top of its class. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard, as are driver-assistance systems uncommon in this segment. Some rivals have better off-road capabilities, lengthier warranties, and lower starting prices. But for those needing a well-rounded van that can carry 10-15 people with ease, few can match the Transit.
2021 Ford Transit Passenger Wagon

$45,480 as shown

Starting MSRP
$43,640
Starting MktMarket Avg.
$43,953
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Feature Highlights

3rd Row
In-Car WiFi
Forward Collision Warning
Android Auto
Apple CarPlay
Rear Parking Sensors
Lane Keep Assist
Blind Spot System
Integrated Turn Signal Mirrors
3 yr / 36k mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Smooth and quiet powertrain
  • Very maneuverable for its size
  • Standard driver safety features
  • Easy to configure for work or travel

Cons

  • Lacks rivals' lengthy warranty terms
  • High starting price
  • Limited off-road abilities
  • Few infotainment options

Overall Assessment

Full-size vans are a niche segment, catering to businesses and people needing extra passenger space over a minivan or SUV. These types of vehicles make great shuttles and work vehicles. The Ford Transit Passenger Wagon excels in its job duties, providing up to five seating rows. Its efficient powertrain offers plenty of muscle for hauling passengers and cargo. The Transit's refined interior and smooth ride put it at the top of its class. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are standard, as are driver-assistance systems uncommon in this segment. Some rivals have better off-road capabilities, lengthier warranties, and lower starting prices. But for those needing a well-rounded van that can carry 10-15 people with ease, few can match the Transit.

Overview

When it comes to transporting equipment and products, many businesses choose full-size vans for their unrivaled interior storage capacity, and the Nissan NV Cargo is an excellent option in that respect. Released in 2012, Nissan's largest van can carry up to 323.1 cubic feet of cargo, with a maximum payload capacity of nearly two tons. Buyers can outfit the interior with a range of racks and cabinets to fit their commercial needs. The Nissan NV Cargo is a 2-seater vehicle that comes in 6 trim levels. The most popular style is the NV2500 HD SV Standard Roof V6, which starts at $34,025 and comes with a 4.0L V6 engine and Rear Wheel Drive.

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Pros

  • Vast cargo capacity
  • Heavy-duty platforms
  • Excellent acceleration
  • Comfortable ride

Cons

  • All-wheel-drive is not available
  • Starting to feel outdated
  • Limited tech options

Overall Assessment

Businesses of all kinds use cargo vans to help get their products and services to customers' doorsteps, and the Nissan NV Cargo will fit the bill for many tasks. Its cavernous interior offers excellent space and many options for configuration, and it works well as a delivery truck. Despite its platform and technology feeling a bit outdated, the NV Cargo is easy to drive, with powerful engines, agile handling, and good visibility out its tall windows. Some competitors offer updated interiors with more technology; others come with all- or four-wheel-drive systems for tackling bad roads. Despite its age, the NV Cargo still excels thanks to a versatile platform that can easily handle a ton (or more) of cargo.
2021 Nissan NV Cargo

$41,055 as shown

Starting MSRP
$32,135
Starting MktMarket Avg.
$33,094
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Feature Highlights

Rear Parking Sensors
Navigation
Alarm
Brake Assist
Infotainment System
Bluetooth
Remote Keyless Entry
Backup Camera
5 yr / 100k mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Vast cargo capacity
  • Heavy-duty platforms
  • Excellent acceleration
  • Comfortable ride

Cons

  • All-wheel-drive is not available
  • Starting to feel outdated
  • Limited tech options

Overall Assessment

Businesses of all kinds use cargo vans to help get their products and services to customers' doorsteps, and the Nissan NV Cargo will fit the bill for many tasks. Its cavernous interior offers excellent space and many options for configuration, and it works well as a delivery truck. Despite its platform and technology feeling a bit outdated, the NV Cargo is easy to drive, with powerful engines, agile handling, and good visibility out its tall windows. Some competitors offer updated interiors with more technology; others come with all- or four-wheel-drive systems for tackling bad roads. Despite its age, the NV Cargo still excels thanks to a versatile platform that can easily handle a ton (or more) of cargo.

Overview

The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Cargo Van sets the standard for full-size vans, offering vast cargo space and configurations. The German brand's attention to detail shows in the cabin and smooth ride. The Sprinter's cargo bay holds up to 533 cubic feet, making it a popular choice for a range of industries, from catering to delivery services to plumbing. Optional four-wheel-drive allows the Sprinter to get to places other vans can't. The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Cargo Van is a 2-seater vehicle that comes in 5 trim levels. The most popular style is the 2500 High Roof V6 170" RWD, which starts at $49,805 and comes with a Diesel 3.0L V6 Turbo engine and Rear Wheel Drive.

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Pros

  • Vast cargo area with large payload capacity
  • Comfortable and easy to drive
  • Impressive driver safety features
  • Configurable for a range of businesses

Cons

  • One of the priciest vans in its class
  • Expensive optional amenities

Overall Assessment

The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Cargo Van is a capable choice for those needing a full-size van. Its interior space offers a blank slate for businesses to configure to their expectations, and Mercedes-Benz even provides a range of commercial configurations. The Sprinter has become a hot commodity in recent years as a recreation vehicle, and many owners appreciate the available four-wheel-drive for charting new paths. The ride is smooth, and handling is secure enough to make the Sprinter a breeze to drive and park in town. Three efficient engines are offered, as are a range of driver safety features. Though it is more expensive than rivals, the Sprinter stands out from the competition with its excellent craftsmanship, optional technology, and off-road abilities.
2021 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Cargo Van

$39,280 as shown

Starting MSRP
$38,000
Starting MktMarket Avg.
$38,608
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Feature Highlights

Keyless Ignition
Brake Assist
Proximity Keyless Entry
Bluetooth
Remote Keyless Entry
Backup Camera
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Pros

  • Vast cargo area with large payload capacity
  • Comfortable and easy to drive
  • Impressive driver safety features
  • Configurable for a range of businesses

Cons

  • One of the priciest vans in its class
  • Expensive optional amenities

Overall Assessment

The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Cargo Van is a capable choice for those needing a full-size van. Its interior space offers a blank slate for businesses to configure to their expectations, and Mercedes-Benz even provides a range of commercial configurations. The Sprinter has become a hot commodity in recent years as a recreation vehicle, and many owners appreciate the available four-wheel-drive for charting new paths. The ride is smooth, and handling is secure enough to make the Sprinter a breeze to drive and park in town. Three efficient engines are offered, as are a range of driver safety features. Though it is more expensive than rivals, the Sprinter stands out from the competition with its excellent craftsmanship, optional technology, and off-road abilities.

Overview

The Ram ProMaster Cargo Van is a 2-seater vehicle that comes in 3 trim levels. The most popular style is the 3500 Low Roof 136", which starts at $41,520 and comes with a 3.6L V6 engine and Front Wheel Drive.

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2022 Ram ProMaster Cargo Van
Starting MSRP
$37,525
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $677
off MSRP
$36,848
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Feature Highlights

In-Car WiFi
Integrated Turn Signal Mirrors
Keyless Ignition
Brake Assist
Proximity Keyless Entry
Bluetooth
Remote Keyless Entry
Backup Camera
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Overview

Suppose your business needs a mobile solution ready to meet your custom needs. If so, the Ram ProMaster Window Van may be a great option. Its flexible interior is prepared for aftermarket configuration, with areas ready for passenger seating and cargo. It can be upfitted for service as an office, ambulance, delivery vehicle, and more. There's room to stand inside, and the ProMaster's heavy-duty frame allows you to haul or tow tons of equipment. The Ram ProMaster Window Van is a 2-seater vehicle that comes in 2 trim levels. The most popular style is the 3500 High Roof 159" Wheelbase Extended, which starts at $44,310 and comes with a 3.6L V6 engine and Front Wheel Drive.

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Pros

  • Highly configurable interior
  • Smooth V6 powertrain
  • Impressive payload and towing
  • Optional safety technology

Cons

  • No Apple CarPlay, Android Auto
  • All-wheel drive is unavailable
  • Slower acceleration than rivals

Overall Assessment

A full-size van ready to help in a range of scenarios, the Ram ProMaster Window Van is hard to beat for its massive interior space and a wide array of customizations. Shoppers will appreciate its reasonable starting price and solid build quality, and the spacious cargo area features windows for adding extra seats. It has enough room to serve as a mobile office, with a tall roofline that allows adults to stand comfortably and work. Some competitors offer all-wheel drive and advanced infotainment systems, making them better cross-country vehicles and RVs. Still, the ProMaster's strength, versatility, and value make it a go-to choice for fleet buyers.
2021 Ram ProMaster Window Van
Starting MSRP
$40,385
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $728
off MSRP
$39,657
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Feature Highlights

Integrated Turn Signal Mirrors
Brake Assist
Infotainment System
Bluetooth
Remote Keyless Entry
Backup Camera
3 yr / 36k mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Highly configurable interior
  • Smooth V6 powertrain
  • Impressive payload and towing
  • Optional safety technology

Cons

  • No Apple CarPlay, Android Auto
  • All-wheel drive is unavailable
  • Slower acceleration than rivals

Overall Assessment

A full-size van ready to help in a range of scenarios, the Ram ProMaster Window Van is hard to beat for its massive interior space and a wide array of customizations. Shoppers will appreciate its reasonable starting price and solid build quality, and the spacious cargo area features windows for adding extra seats. It has enough room to serve as a mobile office, with a tall roofline that allows adults to stand comfortably and work. Some competitors offer all-wheel drive and advanced infotainment systems, making them better cross-country vehicles and RVs. Still, the ProMaster's strength, versatility, and value make it a go-to choice for fleet buyers.

Overview

Chevrolet’s long-running Express Cargo Van has remained mostly unchanged for over 25 years, but its traditional platform and powerful engine choices keep it competitive against newer rivals. Available in regular and extended-length wheelbases, the Express can hold up to 284.4 cubic feet of cargo. Its heavy-duty frame provides a maximum towing capacity of 10,000 lbs -- more than some pickup trucks. Some competitors are more economical and refined. The Chevrolet Express Cargo Van is a 2-seater vehicle that comes in 1 trim levels. The most popular style is the 2500 SWB, which starts at $34,295 and comes with a 4.3L V6 engine and Rear Wheel Drive.

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Pros

  • Excellent payload and towing capacities
  • Ready for demanding jobs
  • Comfortable seats for long trips
  • Configurable cargo area

Cons

  • Not as fuel-efficient as rivals
  • Truck-like handling
  • Few infotainment features
  • A tall roof is unavailable

Overall Assessment

The Express Cargo Van is the embodiment of what one expects from a full-size commercial vehicle: tough, powerful, and a bit rough around the edges. It doesn’t have the polished ride, modern technology, or great fuel efficiency of some newer competitors. Still, the Express stays in the competition with its heavy-duty platform and excellent hauling and towing capacities. Chevrolet provides three engine options, including a diesel, plus a range of driver safety aids to help minimize the chances of an accident happening while on the job. It loses points for not offering a tall roof option or all-wheel-drive, inhibiting its versatility. But overall, the Express is hard to beat for toughness and strength, and it continues to be one of the best vans for businesses of all sizes.
2021 Chevrolet Express Cargo Van

$37,395 as shown

Starting MSRP
$34,295
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $55
off MSRP
$34,240
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Feature Highlights

In-Car WiFi
Alarm
Backup Camera
3 yr / 36k mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Excellent payload and towing capacities
  • Ready for demanding jobs
  • Comfortable seats for long trips
  • Configurable cargo area

Cons

  • Not as fuel-efficient as rivals
  • Truck-like handling
  • Few infotainment features
  • A tall roof is unavailable

Overall Assessment

The Express Cargo Van is the embodiment of what one expects from a full-size commercial vehicle: tough, powerful, and a bit rough around the edges. It doesn’t have the polished ride, modern technology, or great fuel efficiency of some newer competitors. Still, the Express stays in the competition with its heavy-duty platform and excellent hauling and towing capacities. Chevrolet provides three engine options, including a diesel, plus a range of driver safety aids to help minimize the chances of an accident happening while on the job. It loses points for not offering a tall roof option or all-wheel-drive, inhibiting its versatility. But overall, the Express is hard to beat for toughness and strength, and it continues to be one of the best vans for businesses of all sizes.

Overview

It’s not the most modern choice in its class, but the GMC Savana Cargo Van exemplifies the strength and hauling capacity needed in a full-size work vehicle. A truck-like ladder frame gives the Savana a heavy-duty platform for carrying tons of equipment, and it can tow up to 10,000 lbs when properly equipped. Its interior is made from durable materials but lacks the technology features of rivals. An extended-wheelbase variant is available. The GMC Savana Cargo Van is a 2-seater vehicle that comes in 1 trim levels. The most popular style is the 2500 SWB, which starts at $34,295 and comes with a 4.3L V6 engine and Rear Wheel Drive.

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Pros

  • Heavy-duty strength for demanding jobs
  • Impressive cargo space and payload
  • Low starting price

Cons

  • Outdated platform
  • Few driver-assistance features
  • No infotainment system

Overall Assessment

Businesses of all sizes have trusted the GMC Savana for decades as a dependable work vehicle ready to handle any task. Its rugged frame and powerful engine choices give it superb flexibility for tackling hauling and towing jobs. GMC leaves the interior unadorned and straightforward, offering buyers plenty of leeway for upfitting the cargo bay to meet the needs of electricians, plumbers, delivery drivers, and others. There is even a five-seat layout available. Unfortunately, the Savana’s age shows in its lack of tech features and subpar fuel efficiency. It also has a more truck-like ride than more modern rivals. But a low price and reputation for reliability have kept it a popular choice for over two decades, making it easy to recommend.
2021 GMC Savana Cargo Van
Starting MSRP
$34,295
Starting MktMarket Avg.
Avg. savings of $757
off MSRP
$33,538
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Feature Highlights

In-Car WiFi
Backup Camera
3 yr / 36k mi Basic Warranty
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Pros

  • Heavy-duty strength for demanding jobs
  • Impressive cargo space and payload
  • Low starting price

Cons

  • Outdated platform
  • Few driver-assistance features
  • No infotainment system

Overall Assessment

Businesses of all sizes have trusted the GMC Savana for decades as a dependable work vehicle ready to handle any task. Its rugged frame and powerful engine choices give it superb flexibility for tackling hauling and towing jobs. GMC leaves the interior unadorned and straightforward, offering buyers plenty of leeway for upfitting the cargo bay to meet the needs of electricians, plumbers, delivery drivers, and others. There is even a five-seat layout available. Unfortunately, the Savana’s age shows in its lack of tech features and subpar fuel efficiency. It also has a more truck-like ride than more modern rivals. But a low price and reputation for reliability have kept it a popular choice for over two decades, making it easy to recommend.

FAQ

TrueCar ranks the following vehicles as the best full size vans to buy:
New full size vans have an MSRP range from $32,135 to $43,640. The top 3 rated models, Kia Carnival, Toyota Sienna, and Honda Odyssey, have starting MSRPs of $33,555, $35,925, and $34,265, respectively.
When deciding the best full size vans, TrueCar considers factors such as comfort, amenities, price, efficiency, performance, utility, and tech features.