So far this vehicle has been reliable
and very capable of holding up to a
very active family's demanding
schedule. There's plenty of room for
all the things that need to go with
you; strollers, toys, etc.
We enjoy the power sliding doors and
liftgate. They're convenient when you
are carrying a child and/or "other
stuff" and don't have afree hand to
grab the door handle.
The Dodge Grand Caravan feels really
sturdy when you get in to drive. After
test driving other vans it just doesn't
feel cheaply made. I love the stow and
go feature and the improved gas mileage
over my last van's.
Stow and go seating will come in very
handy in the busy summer ahead.
The fabric used on the seats seems to
collect lint BETTER than my lint
brush. I have needed to defuzz the
seats several times already.
I enjoy the vehicle very much. The AWD
is fantastic. I was disappointed when I
ordered the towing package that didn't
come with a hitch! I would really like
the fold-in-the-floor seats as I very
often have them (or some) removed. My
wife and I use the vehicle for our
favorite sports of camping near a river
where we can canoe. The fold up seats
would make the shuttles easier.
Presently your fold-in-the-floor seats
prohibit AWD and if anything I would
like more ground clearance. Yes, an SUV
would be great but I also like the
space to carry a 4x8 sheet of plywood.
There are times when we spread out our
sleeping bags on the floor.
AWD, Power Doors and Rear Hatch.
Roof rack after I installed Yakama
system for carrying my canoes.
Supply a hitch with towing package!
Include more/larger nooks & cranies.
My 1997 grand Caravan had more space in
the drawer under the passenger seat and
more space behind the rear seat. Of
course, improved gas mileage would be
appreciated. I do get the rated gas
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