Auto123 reviews the 2020 Dodge Grand Caravan.
It doesn't really need much of an introduction anymore: the Dodge Grand Caravan is part of the furniture, as they say. And even it did need one, an introduction wouldn’t do it much good by this point, because, sadly, the Dodge minivan that launched a segment back in 1984 will be gone for good after 2020, as it makes way for the Chrysler Pacifica - but also for the Chrysler Grand Caravan, the automaker having decided to double its lineup in 2021.
Truth is, the Dodge – not Chrysler - Grand Caravan appeals first and foremost to young families who don't care about the luxury promised by other minivans on the market... and loathe the steeper asking prices of those models. Because, well, that's the main attraction of what is indubitably the “oldest” model on the market: Price!
We could have decided to let it go without saying goodbye, but no, even after we’ve put it through an impressive number of test drives over the years, the Dodge Grand Caravan has called to us one more time for a last lap around the suburban cul-de-sac.