As has been the case for the past several years, Dodge hasn't done anything to really enhance the Grand Caravan for 2020. For 2019, it eliminated the SE Plus trim level for a somewhat better-contented SE 35th Anniversary Edition. With the anniversary celebration over, the 35th Anniversary Edition is gone and the SE Plus is back, but with standard second-row Super Stow 'n Go bucket seats and in-floor storage, 8-way power driver's seat, and an available all-black interior with red wine-accent stitching. That interior is now also available on the SXT grade. Likewise, Dodge discontinued the SXT 35th Anniversary Edition. See the 2020 Dodge Grand Caravan models for sale near you
Yes, the Grand Caravan is inexpensive, but it is really showing its age. We recommend getting something different (check out the Voyager), be it new or used. However, if your heart is set on a Grand Caravan, we would go with the SE Plus with a couple of option packages. Find a Dodge Grand Caravan for sale
The 2020 Dodge Grand Caravan now comes in three trim levels: SE, SE Plus and SXT. All prices include the $1,495 factory destination charge.
The SE ($28,785) comes standard with seating for seven, a second-row bench seat, third-row Stow 'n Go seating, 17-in steel wheels, tri-zone manual climate control, remote keyless entry, a tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel, a backup camera, cloth upholstery, a 6.5-in touchscreen and a 6-speaker audio system. A package called the Uconnect Hands-Free Group adds must-have features like a leather-wrapped steering wheel, Bluetooth, satellite radio capability and a USB port.
The SE Plus ($31,585) adds all the features in the Hands-Free Group plus 17-in alloy wheels, auto on/off headlights, remote start, a floor-mounted center console, 8-way power-adjustable driver's seat, nicer cloth upholstery and second-row Super Stow 'n Go bucket seats. A couple of available radio/navigation upgrades are options.
Next, the SXT ($34,285) steps things up with roof rails, fog lamps, power-sliding doors, a power lift gate, upgraded center console and leather/faux-suede mix upholstery. The Blacktop package is optional, as is the Driver's Convenience Group with automatic tri-zone climate control, heated steering wheel, heated front seats, overhead storage bin, illuminated vanity mirrors, rear swiveling reading lamp, second-row sunshades and a universal garage-door opener.
All trims can be equipped with a rear-seat entertainment system that includes a single overhead screen, a DVD player, an HDMI input, an extra USB port, satellite radio and wireless headphones.
|Basic||3 Years/36,000 Miles|
|Drivetrain||5 Years/60,000 Miles|
|Corrosion||5 Years/Unlimited Miles|
|Roadside Assistance||5 Years/60,000 Miles|
2020 Chrysler Voyager -- The Grand Caravan's biggest competitor is just across the showroom wearing a Chrysler badge. A bargain-basement version of the Pacifica, Voyager offers many of the latest safety features and high-tech gadgets. Voyager pricing is on par with the Grand Caravan.
2020 Honda Odyssey -- The Odyssey boasts comfortable accommodations and an impressive technology suite, including an optional vacuum in the rear cargo area. But the Odyssey suffers from dull dynamics and styling that some will find questionable.
2020 Kia Sedona -- The Sedona touts handsome styling, a lot of equipment for the money and an impressive array of features and gadgets. It also comes with Kia's excellent 10-year powertrain warranty. Realistically, it's the smarter budget buy.
2020 Toyota Sienna -- The Sienna offers a powerful V6, two different driving flavors (comfort and sport), an especially comfortable and versatile second row and the unique availability of all-wheel drive.
A used version of any of the above minivans -- If one of those new minivan rivals is too expensive, finding a used or certified pre-owned version will still represent a better overall minivan than a new Grand Caravan.