The 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan is a minivan that provides a driving dynamics similar to a sedan and a lot of attiude in a functional vehicle, thus proving the Dodge Company's continuous progress. Starting from the idea that a minivan does not imply a boring experience, engineers decided to redesign and retune virtually every system in the new Grand Caravan's suspension.
An all-new powertrain is the most important improvement of the 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan, with a new 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine connected to a six-speed manual transmission, delivering 283 horsepower and 260 Nm of torque, providing an efficient fuel consumption with a new driver-selectable Fuel Economizer Mode, which allows drivers to change the transmission shift schedule in order to obtain a better fuel efficiency.
The car's new attitude is emphasized by a new front fascia, a new hood, quad headlamps,a new and more sculpted rear fascia and liftgate, LED taillamps, complete the more aggressive look of the car.
The interior is similar to a whole new world in which the drivers pass, offering pleasure and comfort by a new super center console, larger and more comfortable seats, while the driver's and passengers' security are ensured by side airbags, a new driver side knee blocker air bag, electronic stability control and additional three-row side-curtain air bags.
Featuring a styling and smart look, together with improved technical aspects, offering a warranty of 100,000 miles and scheduled to be built at the Windsor Assembly Plant in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, the 2011 Dodge Caravan makes journeys pleasant.
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