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2005 Dodge Grand Caravan

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EngineEngine 3.8LV-6
MPGMPG 18 City / 25 Hwy
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2005 Grand Caravan Overview

Chrysler has redesigned the seating system in the Dodge Grand Caravan and the result is one of the most versatile interiors in the industry.The second-row and third-row seats flip down into the floor, leaving a huge, perfectly flat cargo compartment behind the front seats.No other minivan currently has second-row seats that disappear into the floor.

With seating for seven, the Grand Caravan can carry half the little league team with room left over for their stuff.Selectively folding away the seats gives its owner great versatility in hauling a mix of passengers and cargo.No need to pull seats out and store them in the garage or to try to put stuff on top of them.Fold them all down and the Grand Caravan offers more cargo space than most sport utilities, including the mammoth Chevy Suburban.And its cargo space is more accessible and more convenient than that of SUVs.

Other new and revised features further improve the Grand Caravan for 2005, making it a compelling choice among a strong group of competitors that have been recently been redesigned.Also more compelling: pricing, which has been dropped by an average of $3,000.

The shorter Caravan models are largely unchanged and have the old seating system.Dodge added new features to the Caravan for 2004, including a tire pressure monitor.Its stereo systems feature in-dash, six-disc CD changers.

On the road, the Dodge Grand Caravan and Caravan offer a smooth ride and responsive handling.These are family-friendly vehicles that offer the features and flexibility most buyers want and there's a model for every budget.Most models come with a powerful V6 engine that delivers strong acceleration for merging onto hectic freeways.Anti-lock brakes and side-impact airbags are available.
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2005 Grand Caravan Overview

Chrysler has redesigned the seating system in the Dodge Grand Caravan and the result is one of the most versatile interiors in the industry.The second-row and third-row seats flip down into the floor, leaving a huge, perfectly flat cargo compartment behind the front seats.No other minivan currently has second-row seats that disappear into the floor.

With seating for seven, the Grand Caravan can carry half the little league team with room left over for their stuff.Selectively folding away the seats gives its owner great versatility in hauling a mix of passengers and cargo.No need to pull seats out and store them in the garage or to try to put stuff on top of them.Fold them all down and the Grand Caravan offers more cargo space than most sport utilities, including the mammoth Chevy Suburban.And its cargo space is more accessible and more convenient than that of SUVs.

Other new and revised features further improve the Grand Caravan for 2005, making it a compelling choice among a strong group of competitors that have been recently been redesigned.Also more compelling: pricing, which has been dropped by an average of $3,000.

The shorter Caravan models are largely unchanged and have the old seating system.Dodge added new features to the Caravan for 2004, including a tire pressure monitor.Its stereo systems feature in-dash, six-disc CD changers.

On the road, the Dodge Grand Caravan and Caravan offer a smooth ride and responsive handling.These are family-friendly vehicles that offer the features and flexibility most buyers want and there's a model for every budget.Most models come with a powerful V6 engine that delivers strong acceleration for merging onto hectic freeways.Anti-lock brakes and side-impact airbags are available.Hide Full Review