2008 Dodge Grand Caravan Values

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2008 model year changes

For 2008, the shorter-length Dodge Caravan has been dropped from the lineup, leaving the longer Grand Caravan model, which has been completely redesigned for 2008. The Grand Caravan has an all-new look inside and out, more powerful engines, an innovative Swivel 'n Go seating system, and new entertainment features.

Competitive comparison

Innovative Swivel 'n Go interior arrangement; interior versatility; available convenience features; available entertainment systems.

Special features for 2008

As before, the Dodge Grand Caravan--along with the mechanically identical but cosmetically different Chrysler Town & Country--continues to have some of the most innovative features, and the all-new 2008 model stands out for its rethought interior and the new Swivel 'n Go arrangement. Chrysler claims that its minivans are still the only ones to offer a seating system like its Stow 'n Go, which allows both the second- and third-row seats to fold fully into the floor. The automaker also says that the available DVD entertainment system, which can play different media at the same time, is a minivan first. Many of the other features now available on the Grand Caravan, including ambient lighting, heated second-row seats, and sunshades, are yet unavailable on much of the competition.
Entering its fifth generation this model year, the 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan features renovated styling, a longer overall length, a longer wheelbase and new drivetrain configurations. Available in SE and SXT trims, the Grand Caravan features a 3.3-liter gas-powered V6 with a 4-speed automatic transmission and FWD. Seating capacity fits seven passengers comfortably with ample storage space for all their gear. Standard equipment includes front and rear air conditioning, cruise control, keyless entry, navigation, full power accessories, a trip computer and ABS brakes.