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It was introduced in for the model year. This included unique gathered leather seating surfaces and door trim panels, front and rear air conditioning, power windows, power locks, an Infinity sound system , seven-passenger seating, luggage rack, and an electronically controlled four-speed automatic transmission. As all models equipped with the 3. The redesign used the Chrysler NS platform and included several industry firsts, including a driver's-side sliding door and a seating management system marketed as Easy Out Roller Seats. An unnamed entry-level model later redesignated LX featured fewer amenities in a long-wheelbase LWB form. Engines included a 3. The structural performance and restraints were graded "Acceptable", but the foot injuries were very high.
The minivan story actually began at Ford in Hal Sperlich, then vice president of Ford's Truck Operations, was obsessed with creating a small van that would fit in the typical garage. One version, the Carousel, cut the height and length of an Econoline, but had more car-like styling. The other, dubbed "MiniMax" had front-drive, a flat floor, and was smaller still. Soon thereafter, Sperlich left Ford for Chrysler where he discovered engineers at work on a minivan program eerily similar to the one Ford just cancelled.