The Dodge Caravan minivan can seat up to seven travelers and is offered in four trim levels: American Value Package (AVP), SE, SXT and R/T. Every one of them are controlled by a 3.6-liter V6 that creates an exceptionally solid 283 drive.
Force is sent to the front wheels by means of a six-pace programmed transmission. Regardless of the torque advantage, the Dodge Grand Caravan is still a half-support slower to 60 mph than the top-positioned Honda Odyssey or Toyota Sienna.
The AVP speaks to the entrance level model and peculiarity highlights incorporate full power embellishments, double zone atmosphere control and an assistant sound jack.
Notwithstanding, its the main trim that gimmicks a two-man second-column seat - a minivan irregularity these days - set up of the upper trims' amazing Stow 'n Go seats that overlap into the floor with one tug of a lever. As you climb through the trim levels, you'll discover more standard gimmicks like back ventilating, a force worked liftgate, force sliding entryways, calfskin upholstery, a rearview Polaroid and a blind side cautioning framework.