A minivan is a type of vehicle that typically has a boxy shape and a high roofline, designed to maximize interior space for passengers and cargo. They usually have two or three rows of seating, with the rear seats often able to fold down or be removed entirely to create more cargo space. The minivan body style is known for its practicality, versatility, and ease of use. It is ideal for families or groups who need to transport a lot of people or cargo on a regular basis. Some examples of popular minivans include the Toyota Sienna, Honda Odyssey, and Chrysler Pacifica.