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Dodge Grand Caravan Prices & Deals - Florida

2015 Dodge Grand Caravan Pricing

Dodge Grand Caravan Model Summary

The Grand Caravan has some positive qualities but still falls short of the best minivans. High points include a comfortable, settled ride and a quiet, well-equipped, and versatile cabin. The second- and third-row seats conveniently fold into the floor to maximize cargo space, but the folding seats are thin and not very supportive. Though the 283-hp V6 is polished and powerful enough, the transmission is a generation behind, and fuel economy is just at 17-mpg overall. Everyday handling is sound but becomes sloppy when the van is pushed to its limits. Reliability has been below average, and the Grand Caravan scored a Poor in the IIHS small-overlap crash test. This van may be discontinued after 2015.

Price Range

$21,595 - $30,995 MSRP Price range
$21,234 - $29,450 Invoice price range

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Dodge Grand Caravan Prices

Trim Lines MSRP Price Invoice Price
Grand Caravan $21,595 - $30,995 $21,234 - $29,450
4dr Wgn American Value Pkg $21,595 $21,234
4dr Wgn SE $21,595 $21,234
4dr Wgn SE Plus $21,595 $21,234
4dr Wgn SXT $27,295 $26,046
4dr Wgn SXT Plus $27,295 $26,046
4dr Wgn R/T $30,995 $29,450

Dodge Grand Caravan Specs

General
Body styles minivan extended
Drive wheels Front
Seating 2 front, 2 rear, 3 third
Engines available 3.6-liter V6 (283 hp)
Transmissions available 6-speed automatic
Warranty Basic: 3/36, Powertrain: 5 year/ 100,000 mile

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