Top 5 Luxury Minivans of 2017
Just because you have a family doesn’t mean you can’t ride in style. Luxury minivans are a great investment. They have the best seats, plenty of entertainment, and other features that make the drive fun instead of a chore. Try out these luxe vehicles to get the most bang for your buck.
2017 Toyota Sienna Limited Premium
The Toyota Sienna is already one of the top minivans on the market. It has refined ride quality, a confident feel from the driver’s seat and all-wheel drive, so you’re always in control. It also has a broad range of adjustments for the second-row seats, and high-quality materials throughout the cabin to give it a luxurious feel.
The Limited Premium also comes with automatic high beams and windshield wipers, a rear-seat entertainment system, and upgraded leather for the third-row. You can grab the Toyota Sienna Limited Premium for $42,800, according to Toyota.
2017 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite
The 2016 Honda Odyssey had an excellent ride and handling, which set it apart as a minivan. The new 2017 Honda Odyssey continues the trend but adds lots of technology and features. The Touring Elite is the top-of-the-line trim, and the price tag of $45,325 gets you just about anything you could want. You get 10-way power-adjustable seats, an ultrawide DVD entertainment system with surround sound, a 12-speaker sound system, and more.
2017 Chrysler Pacifica Limited
The Chrysler Pacifica Limited is a beautiful minivan that is easy to transform from people hauler to cargo hauler. The third-row is incredibly roomy, and many of the luxury-based features give competitors a run for their money. The upscale interior is only improved with the SX Luxury trim, which offers premium leather, ventilated driver and passenger seats, and plenty of convenience features that make driving a breeze. You can grab the Pacifica Limited for a starting MSRP of $30,495, according to Chrysler’s website.
2017 Kia Sedona SX Limited
The Kia Sedona is incredibly safe, with five-star crash test ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. One of the Sedona’s selling points is a cockpit that makes you feel like you’re driving a sedan. But while it may feel like a smaller car, the bevy of family-friendly features which make it clear you’re still in a minivan. The SX Limited upgrades the interior to have a larger touch screen, an eight-speaker entertainment system, and a safety system alerts package. You can get the Kia Sedona SX Limited for a starting MSRP of $41,900, according to Kia’s website.
2017 Mercedes-Benz Metris
The Mercedes-Benz Metris is the landmark minivan from a luxury vehicle manufacturer, and it’s already making waves. It’s cheaper than many other minivans at $26,990 and is definitely worth the price. It can seat up to eight, and the amount of space for each passenger is remarkable. The total cargo space sits at 186 cubic-feet, giving you plenty of room for everything you need to carry. It has a rearview camera, electric and heated mirrors, cruise control, an upgraded audio system, and many more features that make the price worth it.