Submitted by sosmerc on Wed, 2016-11-30 09:32
I have been looking at the latest minivans as a possible replacement for my aging F150. So what I was not really aware of is how flexible these new minivans have become in terms of being able to easily "reconfigure" the interior. You can easily remove or fold and stow the seats and then have a flat floor behind the driver and passenger for hauling cargo. (I am specifically referring to Toyota Sienna and Chrysler Pacifica minivans that have some great YouTube reviews). The Sienna is even available with AWD. So if this vehicle was a BEV with a drivetrain and battery such as a Tesla it would currently be my dream vehicle. If having all of the bells and whistles similar to a Tesla is your thing....both of these minivans are available in "loaded" models with just about every conceivable power feature. (and for less than 50 grand). I guess my point in a nutshell is: Tesla could have done so much more with their interior design to make it much more useful and appealing. I think they missed the boat.