Dodge Grand Caravan

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The Dodge Grand Caravan is the corporate sibling of the Chrysler Town and Country. Currently in its fifth generation, it comes with a standard 3.3 liter V6 with 175 horsepower, and two optional engines: a 3.8 liter V6 with 197 horsepower and a 4.0 liter V6 with 251 horsepower. There are also two transmission choices: four and six-speed automatics. Safety features include standard curtain air bags and electronic stability control.

An interesting feature innovated are the "swivel n'go" seats, which the two second row captain style seats swivel to face the third row seats. Stow n'go seating, also available, is another interesting concept where the second and third row seats fold away completely compartments under the floor. With a base price of $23,000, expect to pay close to $27,000 for a fully-loaded SXT model.

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