Dodge, founded nearly 100 years ago, is a branch of the Chrysler Corporation, one of the most successfuly American auto manufacturers in operation. Read this article to learn more about the background, features, pricing, and specifications of the 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan minivan.
Dodge, a major branch of the Chrysler Corporation, has been a top American name in auto manufacturing since 1914. The company is responsible for the popular V10 Viper, and is also known for powerful trucks such as the Ram and the Dakota. The Dodge Grand Caravan, produced by Chrysler in 1983, is a longer version of the Dodge Caravan minivan. For 2005, the seating system in the Dodge Grand Caravan has been redesigned, and according to Automotive.com, www.automotive.com, the result is an extremely versatile interior.
Grand Caravan comes in three trims; the SE, a long-wheelbase base model with a 3.3-liter V6 engine, the upscale Grand Caravan SE Plus, and the powerful Grand Caravan SXT, which is powered by a 3.8-liter V6. In the SE Plus and the SXT, the second-row and third-row seats fold down to leave a flat cargo compartment behind the front seats. All 2005 Grand Caravans have seating for seven, and more cargo space than most sport utilities; furthermore, Caravan has maintained the V6 engine but dropped $3,000 in price.
The Dodge Grand Caravan starts at $22,920.
For more information on the Dodge Grand Caravan, visit Wikipedia Encyclopedia, en.wikipedia.org, or Automotive.com, www.automotive.com.
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