New Vans priced $25K - $35K with 20-30 MPG

The following is a list of new vans priced $25k - $35k with 20-30 mpg models for which we have information. Price and specifications may not be available for all years.

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2012 Ford Transit Connect Wagon
MSRP $25,805 - $30,435
MPG 19 / 27
2017 Ford Transit Connect Van XL SWB w/Rear Liftgate Angular Front Exterior View
MSRP $23,120 - $25,645
MPG 20 / 27
2017 Chrysler Pacifica Touring-L Plus FWD Angular Front Exterior View
MSRP $28,595 - $44,995
MPG 18 / 28
8.3
Expert Rating
2017 Dodge Grand Caravan SE Wagon Angular Front Exterior View
MSRP $25,995 - $33,395
MPG 17 / 25
5.3
Expert Rating
2017 Ford Transit Connect Wagon Titanium LWB w/Rear Liftgate Angular Front Exterior View
MSRP $25,695 - $30,325
MPG 19 / 27
2017 Ford Transit Connect Van XL SWB w/Rear Liftgate Angular Front Exterior View
MSRP $23,010 - $25,535
MPG 20 / 27
2017 Honda Odyssey
MSRP $29,850 - $45,325
MPG 19 / 27
7.0
Expert Rating
2017 Kia Sedona
MSRP $26,900 - $41,900
MPG 17 / 25
6.5
Expert Rating
2016 Mercedes-Benz Metris Passenger Van RWD 126" Angular Front Exterior View
MSRP $29,995 - $32,900
MPG 20 / 23
2016 Mercedes-Benz Metris Cargo Van RWD 126" Angular Front Exterior View
MSRP $25,995 - $28,950
MPG 21 / 24
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