Reviews 2010 Dodge Grand Caravan

2010 Dodge Caravan
The 2010 Dodge Grand Caravan can be summed up with one simple phrase: Form follows function. This big box is all about maximizing room for cargo or kiddies, and it’s a trick the Chrysler Group knows best, with its patented Stow ‘n Go seating system. However, Dodge may have taken the form-function philosophy a little too far considering the model’s crude interior appointments, says senior editor David Thomas. Still, is the Grand Caravan’s attractive price enough to keep up with the new Toyota Sienna and Honda Odyssey? Continue reading to find out.   

2010 Dodge Grand Caravan Review

2010|Dodge|Grand Caravan

By Colin Bird | August 19, 2010 | Comments (1)


Derrick G

It's odd that it's already Aug. and no mention was made of the upgrades scheduled for '11, including new engines and new interiors from what I've read. Nor was any mention made of the other value option in the market, the Kia Sedona, which also gets a new engine for '11. For the record for those not in the know, there's also a redesigned Odyssey due for '11 and the Nissan Quest returns with a new design. The '11 Sienna and '11 Sedona are both on lots already.

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