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Dodge Grand Caravan 2019 Review & Lease Deals

Type: The Dodge Grand Caravan is a 7 seater family minivan.

The Grand Caravan 2019 is the last generation of Caravan’s that will be produced, with production ending in May of 2020. The vehicle is outdated, with a lack of standard tech and terrible crash test ratings. It doesn’t hold its value well, and with the amount of new SUV and crossover options on the market you’ll find far more exciting options.

Dodge Grand Caravan 2019 Canada specs:

Type: Minivan
Seating:
7 passengers
Price: 
Starting from CDN $25, 695

Fuel economy: 9.4 city – 13.7 highway L/100km
Horsepower: 283 hp
Engine: 3.6L V6 Engine with a 6 speed automatic transmission 

Highlights for the Dodge Grand Caravan 2019

  • The 2019 Caravan is part of the 5th generation that was released in 2008 and is probably the last generation. It features an outdated body and interior cabin.

Pros & Cons

  • Cheap on entry level
  • It has a sliding door which is the biggest selling point for this vehicle – if you need it. That being said, there’s nothing strategic or advantageous about this van’s sliding door compared to other minivans
  • No Apple Car Play or Android Auto
  • Terrible Resale value
  • Awful finance programs and no sales on this vehicle ever- you buy it because you need it
  • Bluetooth is optional in 2019 – WHAT?
  • Cheap

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Dodge Grand Caravan 2019

Performance - 7.3
Interior - 4.5
Safety - 4.8
Value - 5.6
Reliability - 7.5

5.9

Stay Away - Buy a Real SUV

The Grand Caravan 2019 is the last generation of Caravan's that will be produced, with production ending in May of 2020. The vehicle is outdated, with a lack of standard tech and terrible crash test ratings. It doesn't hold its value well, and with the amount of new SUV and crossover options on the market you'll find far more exciting options.

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Nicholas Coatsworth

Nicholas has been in the automotive industry for 5+ years working directly with large dealer groups including the Humberview Group, and at the dealership level doing business development. He is the editor in chief for Conquest Cars Canada, and is passionate about helping his clients understand and master the nuances of shopping and learning about new vehicles. Whether you're looking for pointers before visiting the dealership, or general information to help you find your next car, he believes in enabling his readers with education and confidence to help find the right deals and savings for their next car.

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