The widely acclaimed Stow'n Go seats are the Dodge Grand Caravan's crowning glory. These offer the most convenience available in a minivan.
At a minimum invoice price of just $20,810, the Dodge Grand Caravan is the most affordable minivan available in America.
A 3.6 liter V-6 engine gives 283 horsepower, all while achieving an excellent 25 highway miles per gallon.
The 2011 version was a Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the 2012 Dodge Grand Caravan an overall four star rating.
Critics dislike the Uconnect Media Center, with a small 6.5 inch display and controls the defy logic.
Most minivans can hold up to eight passengers, so some are frustrated with the Dodge Grand Caravan's maximum of seven.
Competing minivans offer a smoother ride, along with more legroom for drivers, making the Dodge Grand Caravan a less popular choice for longer road trips.