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Dodge Grand Caravan
You can find 72 different trims/engines for the Dodge Grand Caravan and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.
The years available stretch from 2001 through to 2020 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.
The Dodge Grand Caravan is a series of minivans that have been manufactured by Dodge since 1984.
It is the long-wheelbase version of the Dodge Caravan. The Caravan series was discontinued in 2020. Other than the longer wheelbase, there are many shared similarities shared with the regular Caravan.
During its time on the market, there were five generations available, with the fifth being released in 2008.
The majority of the Dodge Grand Caravan models came as either 3-door or 4-door vans. Depending on trim level, these were either front-wheel or all-wheel drive.
Powertrains typically range from roughly 2.4-liter inline-4s to 4-liter V6s for petrol options. Like many of Chrysler’s vehicles, diesel options are much more limited. There has usually been at least one diesel option for each generation. These have been CRD engines ranging from 2.5-liter to 2.8-liter inline-4
Transmissions for the Dodge Grand Caravan included automatics that ranged from 3-speed to 6-speed gearboxes. There were also a number of manual transmissions, typically ranging from 4-speed to 5-speed gearboxes.
Trim levels have ranged from the standard SE, SE Plus, Sport, SXT, and ES. However, more recent models were streamlined down to only SE, SXT, and SXT Premium.
There was also a GT variant released in 2017, although this was not technically a performance model like most GTs.
Despite the Grand Caravan being discontinued, Chrysler continues to use the nameplate for Chrysler Pacifica models sold in Canada. The Dodge Journey is now the main minivan sold by the Chrysler group since then.