MUV

MUV

A MUV (Multi-Utility Vehicles) or MPV (Multi-Purpose Vehicles) generally uses for people carriers or movers. It also called Minivan. In America, Minivan term describe a type of van having 2-box or one box design interior and are taller than a sedan, hatchback, or a station wagon.

MPVs are usually between 1.6 to 1.8 meters taller than a sedan, hatchback, or station wagon. Seats are higher than lower cars with a higher H-point, giving passengers a more upright posture and providing more legroom. Larger MPVs usually have 3 rows of seats. Today 4-door models MUV replacing 3-doors, the Captain chair setup has become the standard format.

MPVs have seats like benches or individual seats that are completely designed to be relocated, removed or foldable under floor. A Four-wheel drive was introduced to minivans in North America with Toyota Van Wagon 4WD and Volkswagen Vanagon Syncro. Door configurations for MPVs are highly variable. Many current minivans have rear sliding doors on both sides. Some models feature power sliding doors.

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