SXT Front-wheel Drive Passenger Van
2015 Dodge Grand Caravan

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Engine Engine 3.6LV-6
MPG MPG 17 City / 25 Hwy
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2015 Grand Caravan Overview

Dodge Grand Caravan and the similar but more luxurious Chrysler Town & Country are the most popular minivans, accounting for nearly half the U.S.market.

For 2015, a new Grand Caravan SE Plus model features 17-inch Satin Carbon aluminum wheels, heated mirrors, silver accent stitching and piano black interior accents.Also introduced for 2015, Grand Caravan SXT Plus includes power sliding doors, a power liftgate, chrome roof rack, foglamps, automatic headlamps, and black leatherette seats.Both are actually option groups.The Blacktop Package, introduced for 2014, remains available.Today's Grand Caravan is a fifth-generation product launched as a 2008 model.It was revised for 2011, but little has changed since.

Grand Caravan rides smoothly and does not wallow and float.It is a large vehicle, however, and it can be a beast to handle in tight quarters.Grand Caravan, Toyota Sienna, Nissan Quest, and Honda Odyssey are all roughly the same size: extra large.

Power is provided by Chrysler's 3.6-liter V6 mated to a mediocre 6-speed automatic transmission, resulting in a combination that delivers barely adequate response.

The interior is attractive, with soft-touch door tops, boldly contemporary gauges, and some nice bits of trim, but hard plastic dominates the dashboard as is typical for the class.The seats are comfortable.Entertainment features include hard-drive radios, SiriusXM satellite radio, video entertainment, a wireless cell phone link, and a mobile internet hot spot.

Super Stow ‘n Go second-row seats fold into the floor, offering useful cargo space with those seats up or down.Third-row seats fold into the well behind them.With all seats down, Grand Caravan can accept a 4×8 sheet of plywood.
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2015 Grand Caravan Overview

Dodge Grand Caravan and the similar but more luxurious Chrysler Town & Country are the most popular minivans, accounting for nearly half the U.S.market.

For 2015, a new Grand Caravan SE Plus model features 17-inch Satin Carbon aluminum wheels, heated mirrors, silver accent stitching and piano black interior accents.Also introduced for 2015, Grand Caravan SXT Plus includes power sliding doors, a power liftgate, chrome roof rack, foglamps, automatic headlamps, and black leatherette seats.Both are actually option groups.The Blacktop Package, introduced for 2014, remains available.Today's Grand Caravan is a fifth-generation product launched as a 2008 model.It was revised for 2011, but little has changed since.

Grand Caravan rides smoothly and does not wallow and float.It is a large vehicle, however, and it can be a beast to handle in tight quarters.Grand Caravan, Toyota Sienna, Nissan Quest, and Honda Odyssey are all roughly the same size: extra large.

Power is provided by Chrysler's 3.6-liter V6 mated to a mediocre 6-speed automatic transmission, resulting in a combination that delivers barely adequate response.

The interior is attractive, with soft-touch door tops, boldly contemporary gauges, and some nice bits of trim, but hard plastic dominates the dashboard as is typical for the class.The seats are comfortable.Entertainment features include hard-drive radios, SiriusXM satellite radio, video entertainment, a wireless cell phone link, and a mobile internet hot spot.

Super Stow ‘n Go second-row seats fold into the floor, offering useful cargo space with those seats up or down.Third-row seats fold into the well behind them.With all seats down, Grand Caravan can accept a 4×8 sheet of plywood.Hide Full Review