Ultimate Black Friday Assault Vehicle

So you’ve stuffed your face with turkey, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie along with dealing with your obnoxious brother-in-law. Now it’s time to hit the stores and find those killer Black Friday bargains. Before you head out to the mall however, you have to develop a game plan and strategy as time is of the essence. You’ll also need to make sure the mode of transportation chosen for this mission can accommodate all your marked-down parcels of swag.

 

Our Grand Caravan is the ultimate Black Friday Assault Vehicle for many reasons. With credentials like exclusive Stow ‘n Go® seating, you can have the ability to configure its spacious interior for just about anything you just have to purchase during your buying frenzy. The “take-no-prisoners” 283 horsepower 3.6L V6 will get you to your favorite store in a hurry while its’ impressive fuel mileage will let you shop until you drop. The available GPS navigation and SIRIUS Traffic allows you to skirt the major back-ups and congestion and plot the quickest and most direct route to the boutiques and outlet stores before your fellow shoppers even back out of their driveway.

 

After you’ve unloaded your Black Friday booty, you may never look at the Grand Caravan quite the same.


  • docbotanus

    Why is the van parked in a “No-Parking” zone?

    The Mopar minivan is a great all around vehicle, for hauling people or stuff.  Far better than the Odyssey that is routinely rated higher in magazine “tests”. I was reminded of how good it is when we traveled in my brother-in-laws ’10 Odyssey on Thanksgiving. It was obnoxiously noisy inside- conversations between the front seat and middle row were difficult at best. Our ’10 T&C (we traded our very noisy ’01 Odyssey on the Chrysler) is not even as quiet as the ’11s and ’12s and it is a monastery compared to the the Odyssey.

  • SUBLIME

    I really don’t think these hot looking ladies would be driving a minivan.  Maybe a Furious Fuschsia SRT8 or R/T Challenger, but not a minivan.  C’mon RLD, you can do better than this.  Don’t get me wrong, the vans are better than anything else on the market, however, these girls don’t look like the motherly type. At least not at this moment in their lives.

  • moparman

    Hmm, hard to know where to start.  First, is there a vehicle in that picture?  ’cause all I see is a tight pair of jeans! ;-)  (and that aint a bad thing….)

    Second, I can’t decide if this was a staged photo, or of the two girls just happened to walk through the photoshoot.

    Third, like sublime said, these two don’t really fit the soccer mom image that is associated with most mini-vans (no matter how many r/t stickers you put on it).  In addition to that, the majority of women driving a van the morning after thanksgiving are umm, err, well, how shall we say, much more average looking than that…..that’s the nicest way I can put it.  In real life, not everyone can be a supermodel.  More specifically, my mother-in-law is 5 foot nothing, 365 pounds and resembles Jabba The hut, and she drives a min-van.

    Fourth, in 41 years of being alive, I have ventured out to one of the these sales only once, and didn’t buy anything.  It’s all hype, and not worth the drama and the the physical toll it takes to be out there a gozillion hours in advance.   

    So, in conclusion, thanks for the shot of those jeans.