Year after year, the Dodge Caravan is one of the top two or three best-selling minivans in America. Most years, it's been in the No. 1 spot. After all, what's not to like? Caravan and Grand Caravan outpace most of the minivan field when it comes to interior space, and it boasts a versatility that allows it to carry varying configuations of humans and cargo. The Dodge Caravan provides the kind of comfort, styling, ride quality and handling buyers have come to expect from the company that has dominated the minivan field since the early '80s. And, amazingly, for all of that, the Caravan is priced so that it's still one of the best buys in the minivan market. DaimlerChrysler knows there are many different types of minivan buyers out there, so the company offers a model to suit the tastes, needs and budget of every imaginable buyer. Buyers can choose from among short- and long-wheelbase versions to accommodate different lifestyles and space requirements. Chrysler Town & Country rides like a luxury sedan, while the Chrysler Voyager and Dodge Caravan are more value-conscious. The base Dodge Caravan doesn't skimp on the essentials, but is priced about $18,000 less than the Town & Country Limited. For 2000, some new colors were added to the palette--patriot blue, bright silver, inferno red, aquamarine and shale green.