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Dodge Grand Caravan Guide

Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Dodge Grand Caravan. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Dodge Grand Caravan.

OverviewDodge Grand Caravan

The Dodge Grand Caravan traces its roots back to 1984, when Chrysler introduced American families to a new, extremely space-efficient vehicle: the minivan. The larger, "Grand" version of the Caravan debuted a few years later. It was a huge hit that has remained a strong seller through the years, even as newer rivals outdid it in various ways. Discover the ins and outs on used Dodge Grand Caravans, available now in Carvana's inventory.


Stow N Go Seating

With the exception of the base AVP model on the Dodge Grand Caravan, versatile Stow n Go seating is available on every version of this minivan. A simple flick of a lever will have the second-row seating disappearing into the floor, giving owners the option to shift between a ride that's capable of being the ultimate family hauler, or the ultimate cargo-carrier. By dropping all of the rear seats, the Grand Caravan offers 143.8 cubic feet of storage space.


One of the more appealing things about the Dodge Grand Caravan is the tremendous value it offers. Though other minivans in its segment may serve up more refinement and features, for individuals simply looking for an affordable minivan that's more than capable of getting the job done, the Grand Caravan is a great choice.

Quality Braking Features

Though standard versions of the Grand Caravan came to a stop from 60 mph in 123 feet in Edmunds brake testing, an average stopping distance for a minivan, the Grand Caravan R/T with sport suspension bested that number by four feet.


Ride Quality

For the most part, the Grand Caravan resides a tier below other minivans in its class when it comes to overall driving refinement. Compared to rivals, the automatic transmission doesn't shift as smoothly, the handling is a bit more cumbersome, and the ride can feel a little stiff going navigating rougher stretches of road.

Safety Scores

In government crash testing, the Grand Caravan earned four out of five stars in overall marks. Additionally, in Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) testing, the Grand Caravan earned a smattering of Good ratings (IIHS' top rating) for side-impact, roof-strength, and whiplash protection tests. However, when it came to small-overlap frontal-impact testing (testing that replicates when the vehicle's front corner collides with another vehicle, tree, or utility pole), the Grand Caravan was given the lowest possible rating of poor.


The Grand Caravan offers solid outward visibility for those behind the wheel, though taller drivers may find the seat placement to be somewhat awkward, as the pedals can seem too close to the driver's feet.

Dodge Grand Caravan Passenger Reviews

4.7 OUT OF 5 (176 Reviews)