Dodge Grand Caravan Passenger

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2018 Dodge Grand Caravan Passenger What's new for 2018? 
2018 Dodge Grand Caravan Passenger

For 2018, the Dodge Grand Caravan carries over with no major changes.

2017 Dodge Grand Caravan Passenger What's new for 2017? 
2017 Dodge Grand Caravan Passenger

For 2017, the Dodge Grand Caravan gets a revised trim line consisting of SE, SE Plus, SXT and GT. A 6.5-in touch-screen radio/rearview camera is now standard, and equipment packages have been shuffled to give customers more features without a price increase.

About Dodge Grand Caravan Passenger

It’s no secret that families today are picking midsize-crossover SUVs as their primary mode of transportation, yet the minivan still holds a place for those needing maximum cargo and flexibility. This is why the 2018 Dodge Grand Caravan still exists, and although its Town & Country twin has been replaced by the sleek new Pacifica, the Grand Caravan lumbers on offering a powerful standard engine, unique stowable 2nd-row seats and a base price neither the Honda Odyssey nor Toyota Sienna can touch. Of course, stylistically the Grand Caravan has all the appeal of a sardine can on wheels, but you don’t buy a minivan to impress your office mates, you buy it for its cavernous hold, numerous safety features and comfortable ride.

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