2010 Dodge Grand Caravan

2010 Dodge Grand Caravan

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Dodge Grand Caravan 2010 Overview

The Dodge Grand Caravan is all about transporting people comfortably, efficiently and safely, while keeping them entertained. Its designers focused on interior creature comforts, such as the popular Stow 'n Go seating system. Stow 'n Go consists of bins in the floor behind the first row of seats, and folding second-row seats that can be folded into those bins, resulting in a flat load floor for easily carrying larger objects. Or, when the seats are up in the normal seating position, the bins can accommodate toys, games, sporting gear, tools or whatever.

2010 Grand Caravan Trims

The Dodge Grand Caravan SE comes with the 175-horsepower 3.3-liter overhead-valve V6 mated to a four-speed automatic transaxle. Seating is two-two-three, with Stow 'n Go (second- and third-row seats fold flat, into the floor) standard. Also standard on the SE are cloth upholstery, three-zone manual climate controls with rear-seat controls for the air conditioning, tilt steering wheel, cruise control, heated power mirrors, power windows and locks, remote keyless entry, four-speaker AM/FM/CD stereo, conversation mirror, and P225/65R16 tires on steel wheels with wheel covers. Options exclusive to the SE include Package 24G with power front windows and third-row vents, tachometer, trip computer, outside-temperature indicator, compass, and alloy wheels. The Popular Equipment Group adds power-adjustable pedals, power-sliding rear doors, and a power rear liftgate. An Entertainment Group includes a 30-gigabyte hard-drive radio, six-disc CD changer, 6.5-inch touch-screen display, a rear DVD entertainment system with a single nine-inch screen, six speakers, a 115-volt power outlet, rear park assist, and Sirius satellite radio. A roof rack is also offered.

The Grand Caravan SXT has the 197-hp 3.8-liter overhead-valve V6 with a six-speed transaxle. SXT equipment includes leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, eight-way power driver's seat with lumbar adjustment, power-adjustable pedals, power sliding rear doors, Sirius satellite radio, trip computer, compass, outside-temperature indicator, universal garage door opener, illuminated visor mirrors, 115-volt power outlet, fog lights, roof rack, overhead storage, pinpoint LED lighting, and alloy wheels. The 251-hp 4.0-liter V6 is optional. Other SXT options include Package 28L with leather upholstery, heated first and second-row seats, power passenger seat, power rear liftgate, vehicle information center, additional interior lights, rechargeable/removable flashlight, bright bodyside moldings, sport suspension, and P225/65R17 tires.

The Premium Group includes tri-zone automatic climate controls (including rear controls), third-row power-folding seat, nine-speaker 506-watt Infinity audio system, UConnect Phone wireless link, auto-dimming rearview mirror, and rain-sensing wipers. The Security Group adds rear-obstacle detection, Dodge's Rear Cross Path and Blind Spot Monitoring systems, UConnect Phone, auto-dimming rearview mirror, and automatic headlights. The Family Value Group includes a removable center console, sunshades for second and third row, and remote engine starting. The SXT Entertainment Group 2 comes with a rear DVD entertainment system with two nine-inch rear screens, a six-disc CD changer, USB connection, UConnect Tunes, and a rearview camera. UConnect Tunes is available as a stand-alone option. UConnect GPS includes UConnect Tunes, plus a navigation system with voice activation and real-time traffic, rearview camera, six-disc CD changer, Sirius satellite radio, UConnect Phone, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. With rear DVD entertainment, customers can order Sirius Backseat TV. Other SXT options include a Trailer Towing package with heavy-duty engine and transmission cooling, load-leveling suspension, and a trailer-wiring harness; a sunroof, a power rear liftgate; and heated first- and second-row seats.

2010 Grand Caravan Exterior Design

A minivan shape does not lend itself to artistic sculpture. A description of the overall shape of this current generation of the Dodge Grand Caravan wouldn't sound too much different from a description of the 1982 model. There is a big box behind, where all the people and cargo fit, and a smaller box in front, for the engine. That very efficient outline defines every minivan on the road.

The Dodge Grand Caravan is boxy, but it's attractive in an SUV kind of way. The hood is less fairly flat, and it bears character lines. The grille is very upright, making the Dodge crosshair grille look like that of a Dodge truck, especially in chrome. Sixteen-inch wheels are standard. We think the available five-spoke 17-inch alloy wheels look better.

Dodge now offers only the long-wheelbase Grand Caravan, as the short wheelbase Caravan was dropped a couple of years ago.

Size comparisons with other minivans are relatively unimportant, because all of them are within an inch or two of each other in both wheelbase and overall length. The Grand Caravan is a big vehicle, with a 202.5-inch overall length and a 121.2-inch wheelbase.

2010 Dodge Grand Caravan Conclusions

The Dodge Grand Caravan offers unmatched versatility. The 3.3-liter V6 with 175 horsepower is fine, while the optional 3.8-liter and 4.0-liter engines make more power with roughly equivalent or even better fuel mileage. The ride is smooth, but handling is decidedly in the minivan level of expectations. It's inside where the Grand Caravan leaps high hurdles. Flexible seating, lots of storage space, good lighting, and impressive entertainment options can upgrade your lifestyle, at least while underway. If you are looking for more information, specs and photos visit Dodge.com. In terms of versatility, the Stow 'n Go seats that disappear into the floor for carrying cargo are hard to beat.

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