Top 10 Family Vehicles for 2011


Remember piling into your family’s sedan as a kid? Maybe you fought for space in the way back of the family station wagon. Back in the day, there weren’t many choices for family vehicles. Nowadays, there’s a plethora of options to choose from. From minivans to wagons, crossovers to SUVs and more, today’s modern family can select from vehicles of all different shapes and sizes.

To help with the decision process, Kelly Blue Book (KBB) compiled a list of the Top 10 Family Cars for 2011. The criteria KBB used in determining the top picks included safety, comfort, economy of operation, child-friendliness, a reasonable purchase price and good resale value tops among others. Here are the picks of Top Family Cars for 2011, from largest to smallest.

Chevrolet Suburban
Honda Odyssey
Chevrolet Traverse
Ford Flex
Ford Explorer
Jeep Grand Cherokee
Kia Sorento
Chrysler 300
Hyundai Sonata
Volkswagen Golf

Which one would you choose? No matter what vehicle you drive, be sure that your family is protected with the right auto insurance.

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