Here at West Herr Dodge, we want you to introduce the Dodge Grand Caravan which is at the forefront of the minivan market offering the features and innovative seating that many families find indispensible.
The 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan‘s most important feature, both from a usability stand-point and competitive stand-point, is that this van features Stow’n Go seats. The second and third row seats can be folded into the floor. No more fumbling to release and remove awkward heavy seats and then trying to find a suitable place to store them.
Combine this with standard stain repelling seat trim and you have a truly family-friendly vehicle. A new 3.6-liter V6 sends power through a six-speed automatic transmission to the front wheels. All trims come equipped with a tilt and telescoping steering column, remote keyless entry and a tire pressure monitor. Standard safety features include traction control, stability control and antilock brakes with brake assist.
This new engine is such an improvement, in fact, it not only jumps from 197 horsepower in the outgoing 3.8-liter V6 to a class-leading 283 horsepower, it maintains the same fuel economy (16 mpg city, 23 mpg highway). To help achieve the best fuel economy the new Grand Caravan has a selectable mode, called “Fuel Economizer Mode,” which adjusts shifting to help maximize fuel efficiency.
2011 Dodge Grand Caravan’s engine are new Pentastar V6 engine. It is a 3.6-liter, 280 horsepower V6 engine. Other engine choices could include a 3.3-liter, 175 horsepower V6, and a 3.8-liter, 197 horsepower V6. The acceleration of car is 0 to 60 time on the current 4.0 liter is 8.8 seconds and could change with the new Pentastar engine.
Three trim levels are available on the new Grand Caravan, one trim level or another, include fog lamps, power sliding side doors with remote operation and power windows, and cameras that detect blind spots and objects behind the vehicle.
The 2011 Dodge Caravan of your Dodge dealer near Buffalo, will vary by trim level, but one available feature should be a UConnect system that combines navigation with live traffic, hard-drive based music storage, a USB port for iPod and Bluetooth, and Sirius television. Other available features are likely to include DVD entertainment, remote engine start, and integrated child safety seats. A Wi-Fi modem is expected to be available that allows passengers to access the internet while riding in the vehicle.