It might not be the sexiest market segment in the auto-world but with a slew of new and newly redesigned models the minivan market is busier than it has been in years. Except it seems all the sales are going right to Toyota with its trendy Sienna. Sales of the Toyota are up 119 percent. Yes that reads 119. How are Ford Freestar and Chrysler's Town & Country competing? Even though both are significantly different over past models they are down 17.2 and 7.5 percent respectively. That's not a lot of vans out the door. Some blame/attribute the success of the Sienna to its marketing campaign, but it could also be Sienna's stellar reviews in almost every publication on the shelves.
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