Mix of model years:
The carryover 2020 Grand Caravan continues trickling into dealers and now carries factory cash incentives. Selection is generally good relative to demand, which isn't great anymore. The Grand Caravan hasn't been updated in years, so advanced safety technology isn't available.
The lower-priced SE and SE Plus, which buyers heavily prefer, make up the bulk of dealer stock. Don't expect much dealer discounting on these trim levels since they're a bargain to begin with.
Due its failure to meet the latest emissions standards, the Grand Caravan is no longer available in zero-emission states (CA, CT, DE, ME, MD, MS, NJ, NY, OR, PA, RI, VT WA). Since the 2020s arrived later than usual, the 2019 Grand Caravan remains on sale at many dealers.
Current factory offers will remain in effect through March 31, 2020. Lease promotions listed below are available on a national basis. Rebates and APR offers can vary by region.
Cash across the board:
For the second month, every 2019 Grand Caravan comes a $4,250 rebate for all buyers. Buyers who finance through Dodge at non-promotional rates will also receive a $500 finance bonus for a total of $4,750 off.
The initial rebate on the 2020 Grand Caravan is $1,250, and a $1,000 finance bonus is available.
What's up with leases:
There haven't been any factory lease specials on the Grand Caravan this year. You can get a quote from your local dealer, but the Grand Caravan is rarely a good lease value. Buying will probably make more sense from a cost standpoint.
0% APR + cash:
In place of the standard rebate, you can get special financing starting at 0% for 36 months on the 2019 Grand Caravan. The deal comes with $1,000 bonus cash. Terms up to 72 months are available at incrementally higher rates.
Rates on the 2020 Grand Caravan are the same, and you can combine them with all of this month's cash offers.