2011 Dodge Grand Caravan Values

Select a 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan trim level

2011 model year changes

The 2011 Grand Caravan gets a lineup revamp as well as a new set drivetrains.

Competitive comparison

Versatile interior; comfortable ride; tons of storage space

Special features for 2011

The Grand Caravan was one of the first minivans to make it big in North America, and it's still one of the best. The base Grand Caravan starts under $25,000 and that brings a 6-speed automatic, heated power mirrors, keyless entry, 3-zone air conditioning and standard stability control, tire pressure monitoring and a host of air bags. EPA-estimated mileage on the highway is a strong 24 mpg.
Given a redesign which includes LED taillights as well as new front fascia, the 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan's 27th year on the market is supported by Express, Mainstreet, Crew and R/T trim level. A full array of airbags, electronic stability control and tire pressure monitoring is found on all 2011 Grand Caravan models. ParkView backup camera and an auto-dimming rearview mirror with Uconnect phone microphone is optional safety-related gear. In reference to comfort, two 12-volt power outlets and a 6-speaker stereo is found on the 2011 Grand Caravan Express and Mainstreet models. The 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan Crew trim adds automatic three-zone climate control, as well as a Media Center stereo system controlled through a 6.5 inch touchscreen. The Grand Caravan R/T adds leather seating and an Infinity 9-speaker sound system with subwoofer. Dropping their entire engine lineup from the previous year, the 3.6 liter Pentastar V-6 is now found behind the 2011 Grand Caravan minivan's reshaped grille and hood. Producing 283 horsepower connected to a 6-speed automatic transmission, 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan fuel economy is said to be equal to the outgoing 3.8 liter powerplant of 19 miles per gallon average.