The longest-running minivan on the market, the Grand Caravan continues to attract buyers with its versatile interior and friendly pricing. Although it's not as popular as it once was, the Grand Caravan remains a relevant form of family transportation.
What's New for 2015
A new Plus package adds enhanced trim and features to certain models.
Choosing Your Dodge Grand Caravan
One of the Grand Caravan's strong suits is the 283-horsepower 3.6-liter V6 that powers all models. A six-speed automatic transmission sends power to the front wheels. Buyers with things to carry will appreciate the Stow 'n Go second- and third-row seats, which fold completely into the floor. All models can accommodate seven passengers.
The Grand Caravan is available in four trim levels:
Most Grand Caravan configurations can get navigation and a DVD/Blue-ray entertainment system, two very useful features in a vacation-ready vehicle like this.
When it comes to inches for the money, the AVP can't be beat, austere as it may be. The Plus packages for the SE and SXT are priced at $1,000, a bargain considering all the upgrades you get. Some might consider the R/T's performance upgrade pointless in a minivan, but it's also your only ticket to real leather seats.