Three High-MPG Hybrid Minivans Americans Would Love But Can’t Get

By Jeff Cobb Although American tastes are veering toward crossovers and SUVs, there’s something to be said for the tried-and-true minivan – except in the fuel economy department.
Since the 1980s when the alternative to a station wagon was originated by Chrysler, the 7-8 person vehicle type big enough to stuff in sheets of plywood with seats out of the way has become a staple in the family driveway.
This fact has been noticed in Japan too where they engineer hybrid minivans which get markedly better fuel economy than the mere 21-22 mpg examples sold in the U.S.
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