The 2007 Dodge Caravan – a staple in the automaker’s line-up – remains relatively unchanged this model year. The Caravan line is versatile with buyers choosing between the SE or the SXT, with either a 150 horsepower 2.4-liter gas-powered 4-cylinder in the SE or a 180 horsepower 3.3-liter gas-powered V6 in the SXT. Both engines are mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission. Amenities include air conditioning, cruise control, power mirrors, adjustable pedals, lumbar seats and AM/FM/CD/MP3 audio. Safety features include front and side-head airbags and ABS brakes.Read more Read less
Next year, the Dodge Caravan will be completely redesigned. The 2007 Caravan models go into their last model year with no significant changes. There are two new exterior colors, Modern Blue Pearl Coat and Marine Blue Pearl Coat.
Versatile seating and storage, fuel economy
The 2007 Dodge Caravan and its Chrysler sibling, the Town & Country, are the only minivans with fold-in-the-floor second- and third-row seats. Caravan also stands out from other minivans in offering an available 12 cubic feet of in-the-floor storage, with 6 cubic feet of that space being covered. The model also boasts five-star front and side-impact crash-test ratings from the federal government, and is the first minivan model to offer a driver's side, inflatable knee-blocker airbag.