You need a cheap new vehicle. Unfortunately, that old standby for new-car shoppers on a tight budget, the bargain-priced hatchback, won't suffice. Why? You've got a family now — a spouse, kids, in-laws and even a couple of frisky golden retrievers, and you need an economy hauler with the room to accommodate your brood.
If a minivan best fits the bill, take a look at the choices shown below — these are the 10 least expensive 2007 minivans on the market. Rankings are based on MSRP, including destination charges. If you thought you'd have to spend more than $20 grand to purchase a minivan, think again; our top two picks are available for less.
Some of these models are subject to rebates and incentives, which make them even more of a bargain. Be sure to check each car's True Market Value ® before making a buying decision.
- Mazda 5, $17,735
- Dodge Caravan, $19,055
- Chevrolet Uplander, $20,205
- Kia Sedona, $20,495
- Saturn Relay, $21,570
- Chrysler Town and Country, $21,695
- Dodge Grand Caravan, $23,690
- Ford Freestar, $23,705
- Hyundai Entourage, $23,895
- Toyota Sienna, $24,155
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