Archive for the 'Mom Cars' Category

The 2011 Kia Sedona has been honored by U.S. News & World Report as the best minivan for the money for 2011. The Best Car for the Money awards combine U.S. News vehicle rankings with five-year total cost of ownership data from TrueCar.com to determine the vehicle that best combines initial value with low cost […]

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Ford has released a version of the Transit Connect designed for hauling people instead of tools. The Transit Connect is now available in a minivan form with seating for five and rear windows so that the three back seat passengers don’t feel like they’re riding in a cave. The 2011 Ford Transit Connect Premium Wagon […]

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The 2012 Mazda 5 will go on sale in January 2011. Mazda has released pictures of the updated Mazda 5 that show a much more stylish small minivan than the 2010 model it will replace. The 2012 Mazda 5 will have a starting price of $19,990. The 2012 Mazda 5 will have three different trim […]

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The Kia Rondo has been discontinued, and in its place, Kia would like to sell you a 2011 Sportage small crossover. Most buyers were probably shopping for the more attractive Sportage instead of the Rondo anyway. Kia’s website for the Rondo has the following message: “Thank you for inquiring about the Rondo. As the saying […]

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Ford Minivan Sales Down

Ford in a report today says minivans have hit a 23 year low in sales.    Is this because more people are buying crossover cars or is it because of fuel prices?    For those of you who absolutely need a minivan and would be interested in a Ford, now may be the time to buy because […]

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‘Chrysler is pleased to be recognized by Working Mother magazine as one of the top family-friendly places to work in the auto industry,” said Nancy Rae, Chrysler Senior Vice President — Human Resources. “The company strives to create a work environment that allows each employee to reach their potential. Recognition of those efforts is always […]

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