Getting a bulky, 15-pound child seat in and out of a car is just one of struggles facing new mothers, so we selected a set of cars to make life easier. While most new cars work with child seats, these nine vehicles offer easy access and a comfortable height.
Kia gave its Sedona minivan a big update for the 2015 model year, and in the Limited trim model it sent CNET, showed how comfortable a minivan can be.
A hydrogen-powered car inspired by "Back to the Future" and a pair of the craziest minivans you've ever seen round out an epic array of Toyota customs at the 2015 SEMA Show.
The 2015 Kia Sedona competes well with other minivans for ease of driving and fuel economy, and shines for its suite of driver assistance features, but look elsewhere if you want a full-featured built-in rear-seat entertainment system.
A new, radical update to Nissan's Pathfinder turns it into a comfortable family hauler with a good tow rating and a flexible four-wheel-drive system.
Volkswagen took the covers off the CrossBlue concept at the 2013 Detroit auto show, a plug-in diesel hybrid vehicle with room for six that the company actually calls an SUV.
The minivan to make you forget (most of) the reasons you hate minivans.
During a presentation of its five-year product plan, a Chrysler spokesman said the company would focus on mild hybrid drivetrains in its vehicles.
Whether you're outfitting the ultimate home-theater PC or just trying to protect your copy of "Toy Story 3" from the kids, this utility can help.
CNET reviews the Nissan Quest minivan, a vehicle with plenty of room and a striking new design, but strange tech options keep it from being the best of the bunch.