People mover

People movers are ideal for carrying more passengers than you can fit in a sedan or wagon. They tend to have at least seven seats, and the third row generally has more room than a large SUV. Most modern people movers are based on a regular passenger car chassis, which makes for a more comfortable and dynamic driving experience than the early people movers that were based on commercial vans. 

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