True but I have good enough hearing that I want my next vehicle to have a pretty quiet interior, then I can hear my tinnitus all the time instead of when I'm sitting in a quiet room. No really I've had Jeeps and small cars and a Ford Ranger pickup and old vans so my retirement gear hauler is going to be quiet. I saw a Toyota Sienna and I think it would be perhaps too big. My wife will most likely drive it more than me and she is a diminutive woman and she is intimidated by big trucks and the like.
I also measure my new Veloster Turbo before I leased it last year to make sure the bike would go in (g/f drives an RSX and I knew it needed to be same size hatch).
We have a 2010 Town & Country (the Chrysler version). I only haul my bike inside when I'm taking it for maintenance And can ride while waiting. With stow & go I just drop the passenger side middle and rear seats and in she goes! I have to angle the bike to clear the door, but it stands up with wheels on once inside. I'm going to add roof racks and a class 3 hitch for family biking excursions. There's 6 of us, so we need the inside room, lol!