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Dodge Grand Caravan
You can find 24 different trims for the Dodge Grand Caravan and their corresponding recommended oil type.
The years available stretch from 1995 through to 2022 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.
The Dodge Grand Caravan was part of a kind of trifecta of minivans dating back to the 1980s.
There was the Dodge Grand Caravan, the Plymouth Grand Voyager, and the Chrysler Town & Country.
In 36 model years, the Caravan nameplate has graced some five generations of vehicles. It’s the longest-lived Dodge nameplate, as it happens.
The long history came to an end with the Grand Caravan making the 2020 model year the final one. It is replaced on the road by the resurrected Chrysler Voyager.
The latest Dodge Grand Caravan was powered by engines ranging from 2.8L diesel to 4.0L 6 gasoline and even the 3.6L Pentastar which delivered 283hp to this minivan.
One of the features the Grand Caravan became known for was its Swivel 'n Go seating system.
This gave the Grand Caravan two full-size second-row seats the ability to swivel around to face the third row, creating a conference seating arrangement.
It wasn’t exclusive to the Grand Caravan, but it wasn’t used in many other models. Unfortunately, this quirky USP didn’t last, and it was dropped for the 2011 model year.
Enthusiasts who missed the function however could modify their newer van to accept the Swivel ‘n Go system.
If you’ve ever heard someone say it looks a bit like a Ram C/V Tradesman, well yes it does because the Tradesman was a cargo van version of this same build.
It was replaced later on, but it was another interesting twist in the Grand Caravan story.