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Top 10 Low Horsepower Minivans

2016 Chevrolet Express 2500

2016 Chevrolet Express 2500

260 hp

The standard features of the Chevrolet Express 2500 Diesel include Duramax 6.6L V-8 260hp engine intercooled turbo, 6-speed automatic transmission with overdrive, 4-wheel anti-lock brakes (ABS), side seat mounted airbags, curtain 1st row overhead airbag, airbag occupancy sensor, air conditioning, 16" steel wheels, ABS and driveline traction control, StabiliTrak electronic stability, power windows.

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Minivans are one of the quintessential vehicles for carrying around a lot of people, and that's why they've been the subject of some pretty unflattering nicknames. So, though minivans never went away, they seemed to recede into the shadows for a while, as formerly loyal van drivers drifted to more socially acceptable cars, like crossovers or sport utility vehicles, instead. A crop of new and updated minivan models is perfect for those who would otherwise embrace modesty, though. If it's time to forego the excess power and unnecessary features that come with bigger vehicles, though, it's worth a look at the top 10 low horsepower minivans.

It's true that the least powerful vans weren't designed to be fun to drive, but there's always a tradeoff when you're shopping based on budget or efficiency. These new vans with low horsepower aren't fast, so if you're considering shopping for one, it's best if you accept that fact right up front, and then you can focus on how you'll actually benefit from one of these low horsepower minivans. The vans with low power can't really go fast because they're designed to have just the right amount of engine capacity to get the van and its passengers to its destination safely. Any leftover power would waste fuel and cost money, which some new minivan shoppers might understand if they've conceded it's time to trade in the inefficient and expensive sport utility vehicle. At least, the vans with least amount of horsepower are new, and have an advantage if you're moving on from an older vehicle. It'll be fresh and clean and it'll meet the latest safety standards. When an older vehicle's been in the driveway for a while, it's easy to lose track of how dangerous it can be when essential technology gets old and worn out. The manufacturers of these vans with least amount of power understand that the focus should be on getting your family safely to your destination.