Best 2020 Minivans by Cargo Capacity

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#1 — Chrysler Pacifica

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2,663 listings

Used Starting From
$20,998
Cargo Capacity
9.8
Handling
9
Value
8.5
Power
9.9
Back Seats
9.8
Overall
9.8
Family Car
10
Front Seats
9.1
Looks/Style
8

Based on 404 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#2 — Toyota Sienna

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743 listings

Used Starting From
$18,995
Cargo Capacity
7.9
Handling
7.3
Value
5.5
Power
5.1
Back Seats
6
Overall
5.3
Family Car
5.3
Front Seats
5.2
Looks/Style
4.6

Based on 621 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#3 — Kia Sedona

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284 listings

Used Starting From
$23,500
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Cargo Capacity
6.5
Handling
7.1
Value
9.9
Power
7.8
Back Seats
7.3
Overall
8.5
Family Car
6.8
Front Seats
8.2
Looks/Style
5.8

Based on 580 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#4 — Honda Odyssey

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632 listings

Used Starting From
$25,987
Cargo Capacity
6.3
Handling
8.9
Value
7.5
Power
5.4
Back Seats
8
Overall
7.7
Family Car
6.3
Front Seats
8
Looks/Style
5.4

Based on 145 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#5 — Dodge Grand Caravan

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2,115 listings

Used Starting From
$18,650
Cargo Capacity
6.3
Handling
3.7
Value
6.2
Power
4.7
Back Seats
4.2
Overall
5
Family Car
3.9
Front Seats
5.6
Looks/Style
3.2

Based on 881 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

#6 — Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid

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47 listings

Used Starting From
$37,500
Cargo Capacity
5.5
Handling
9.8
Value
9.1
Power
9.7
Back Seats
8.2
Overall
8.6
Family Car
8.1
Front Seats
9.2
Looks/Style
10

Based on 404 user rankings. Driven or own this vehicle? Rank this vehicle to share your opinion.

Chrysler Voyager

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881 listings

Used Starting From
$20,900
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