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For compact minivans, see Compact MPV.
A compact van is a type of van characterized by a flat front design, mechanicals based on a compact car, an engine placed either at the rear or between and behind the front seats and were roughly the same size as the VW Bus. Popular in the United States during the early 1960s, they were replaced by full-size vans at the end of the decade. These large vans used body-on-frame construction and featured front engines under a short hood.
- Dodge A100
- Ford E-Series (first generation)
- Chevrolet Greenbrier
- Chevrolet Van (first and second generations)
- Lloyd LT 500
Japanese Nissan Caravan
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