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Our Picks for the 5 Safest Used Minivans

Photo by Paul Chambers on Unsplash Minivans are not the sportiest-looking vehicle on the market, but that’s not the point: minivans are supposed to haul people around comfortably and safely. Our picks for the five safest used minivans are based on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), among other factors. Whether it’s your family, your kid’s soccer team, a passenger with a disability, or everyone who needs a ride home from your work party, you won’t find a more versatile vehicle.

Here Are The Chrysler Town and Country Years To Avoid

Silver Town and Country — CC-BY-SA-4.0 The Chrysler Town and Country is a popular minivan that has been in existence since 1989. It’s a sleek seven-passenger car that was recently discontinued in 2016. Like all vehicles, some years of this vehicle are better than others. You might wonder which Chrysler Town and Country years to avoid if you want this vehicle. Read on to learn more about the Chrysler Town and Country years to avoid and which ones you should invest in for the long haul.

Chrysler Voyager Backup Camera: What To Know

Source: Pixabay Chrysler Voyager was first introduced in 1988 and continued production until 2016. In 2020, Chrysler decided to re-introduce their lower-end minivan by separating Pacifica’s L and LX models and giving them the Voyager name. Alongside many different quality-of-life features that a minivan should have, what was also included was a Chrysler Voyager backup camera. Backup Camera Types Considering that the Chrysler Voyager was a brand new vehicle re-introduced in 2020, you shouldn’t have any issues with the modern backup camera.

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