“We’re Going To Need A Bigger Trophy Case!”

 

We don’t mean to brag or thump our chest like some rabid sports fan, but we thought you’d like to know our 2011 Grand Caravan has racked many awards and accolades from the motoring press. Therefore, we’d just want to take this moment and share the great news from our friends at the critically acclaimed Ward’s Automotive. Their panels of trusted experts have tested and evaluated new vehicles for over 80 years and have earned them the reputation as The Source, for global auto industry news, statistics and analysis.

 
Therefore it is with great pride that we share with you the results from Wards.
 

    • Most powerful engine in its class*
    *Based on Wards Small Van segment. Excludes other Chrysler built minivans
    • The most powerful engine in its class comes standard*
    *Based on Wards Small Van segment. Excludes other Chrysler built minivans
    • Class-exclusive Stow ‘n Go® seating and storage system*
    *Based on Wards Small Van segment. Excludes other Chrysler Group vehicles
    • Class-exclusive available Rear Cross Path Detection*
    *Based on Wards Small Van segment
    • Class-exclusive available heated steering wheel*
    *Based on Wards Small Van segment. Excludes other Chrysler Group vehicles.
    • Class-exclusive available heated second row seats*
    *Based on Wards Small Van segment. Excludes other Chrysler built minivans.
    • Class-exclusive available portable, rechargeable trouble light*
    *Based on Wards Small Van segment. Excludes other Chrysler Group vehicles.
    • Class-exclusive available Stow ‘n Place™ roof rack system*
    *Based on Wards Small Van segment. Excludes other Chrysler built minivans.
    • Class-exclusive selectable fuel economizer feature*
    *Based on Wards Small Van segment. Excludes other Chrysler built minivans
    • Class-exclusive available SIRIUS Travel Link™*
    *Based on Wards Small Van segment. Excludes other Chrysler Group vehicles. Subscription required after 12-month subscription included with vehicle purchase. Subscriptions governed by SIRIUS Terms & Conditions available at sirius.com. SIRIUS, XM and all related marks and logos are trademarks of SIRIUS XM Radio Inc. and its subsidiaries.
    • Class-leading available 30GB hard drive media storage*
    *Based on Wards Small Van segment. Excludes other Chrysler built minivans.

  • SUBLIME

    Congratulations, Dodge! Your vans are looking sleeker again and the new Toyota, Nissan, and Honda look like big fat tanks that waddle down the road. I cannot see the draw to those Japanese and Korean minivans. There is no comparison. I like the option of the man van for those of us who have to go thru those painful years of watching our little kids drop ice cream all over our brand new vehicle. The leather should wipe up nicely and the black interior will not show the dirt. Great job!

  • 440

    Right on Dodge !!

    The new Honda minivans looks like Mr.Magoo built them,mismatched side panels ect…even the new Nissan and Toyota vans are hideous !

    Keep the good models coming,and once people realise their perception of Dodge/Chrysler was wrong they will buy every model in droves !!

  • tr4petty

    Chrysler has always made the best minivans. No surprise here. I put over 200,000 miles on the 1992 Dodge Grand Caravan that I bought new when my kids were small. What a great vehicle for young families. After the kids were grown, we traded it in on a Dodge Durango but the 200,000 mile minivan was still running great!

  • Steve

    I just wish the mini van were made in the USA. That would make me more proud..

  • brycmtthw

    Congrats!

    @ Steve, if you compare quality of St. Louis vs. Windsor, Windsor winds by a landslide… I wouldn’t buy another St. Louis product, besides our current G2 Grand Caravan.

  • JR

    I just don’t understand why the Grand Caravan R/T can’t be ordered with a sun/moonroof!!!
    The model that Dodge put on display at the Chicago Auto Show had one.
    I would have ordered an R/T by now if I could’ve optioned it with a sun/Moonroof.
    JR