Toyota is supposed to release the hybrid Sienna in late 2006.... They already market a Japanese version called the Estima that gets in the neighborhood of 40 mpg..... The hybrid Sienna is supposed to get the same....
HOWEVER, if you can't wait that long, the current standard Sienna gets 19 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the highway.....
Also, I don't know what your budget looks like, but the new 2006 Highlander Hybrid SUV gets close to 30 mpg in the city, and a little more than that on the highway.... I think the MSRP is about $30,000....
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I had Dodge Grand Caravan for several years and it was fine. If you have small children or infants it works out very well for that. It is definitely not cool, though. It's a good car to stick the wife with while you drive something more fun.
The mileage listed for a 2006 Grand Caravan at the Edmunds site is 19-20 City and 25-26 highway so you should do better than you are now mileage wise. The ride is pretty good, my wife drove it for the most part and she liked it. The visibility was very good which she liked a lot.
Fireball Express wrote:Buy a motorcycle and let the damn kids walk.
On a serious note, my sister has a Honda Pilot that she trucks her 3 boys around in. She had it for a few years and has no complaints about it. She even looks semi-cool in it.
Love the Av... and come to think about, your sig as well.
Weve got a pilot and its a real nice car in every way, definately worth how much you pay for it. just like a van. As far as gas goes, we have a civic, camry, ls400, and pilot, and the pilot comes in at 2nd, first for gas price bc the ls sucks up super.