With its newfound power, handling, luxury and refinement, the Grand Caravan proves that Dodge can take on the competition, head-to-head.
Torrance, CA (PRWEB) September 14, 2011
It became apparent the designers at Dodge hit a home run with the redesign of the 2011 Dodge Caravan according to published results from a 60-day extended test drive review posted by autoMedia. The Grand Caravan took the next step in consumer convenience undergoing a wide range of improvements.
The test vehicle, a Grand Caravan Crew with the new Pentastar 3.6-liter V6 powertrain, proved to be a smooth and responsive ride with one of the most powerful engines in its class. Significant work was done to reduce the noise and vibration in the cabin and as a result, the Grand Caravan feels more refined and sophisticated than ever before.
Online video footage of the many reworked Grand Caravan features, including the convenient seat-stowing capabilities that convert the vehicle to a cargo like interior in a matter of minutes, can be viewed at autoMedia.com
“With its newfound power, handling, luxury and refinement, the Grand Caravan proves that Dodge can take on the competition, head-to-head” remarked Sam Hubinette –automedia’s technical editor. He added, “For anyone in the market for a minivan, the Grand Caravan deserves a place on the shopping list.”
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