Drivers who’ve known the Dodge Grand Caravan will be happy to learn that the vehicle is still alive and kicking. It has defected to Chrysler, but has retained the Grand Caravan name.
In Canada, it will be the equivalent of the Chrysler Pacifica, on whose platform it will be built, and will be the manufacturer’s entry-level offering. In the United States, the same model is sold under the name Chrysler Voyager.
The reason the name won’t be changing in Canada is because Canadians have long associated the name Grand Caravan with quality, pleasure and memorable family getaways.
The Chrysler Grand Caravan will be offered in two trim levels. The base model will include the 3.6 L V6 engine and nine-speed automatic transmission found across all models in the Voyager-Pacifica lineup. You’ll find Stow ‘N Go third-row seating, 17-inch steel wheels and a 7-inch infotainment screen with the Uconnect system, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay included.
You’ll also find a huge number of options to make the vehicle everything you’ve ever dreamed of.
The new 2021 Grand Caravan will be more economical at the pump. And fans couldn’t be happier. The V6 Pentastar engine, delivering 287 horsepower and 262 pound-feet of torque, will now be combined with a nine-speed transmission instead of the previous six-speed. The happy result is a reduction in fuel consumption at the source. Chrysler affirms—and we’re convinced that the professionals at Dilawri will reaffirm—average fuel economy of 8.4 liters per 100 kilometers.
The 2021 Chrysler Grand Caravan will be manufactured in Windsor, Ontario. A local purchase that will satisfy even the most demanding of drivers.