Design of Dodge Grand Caravan
In order to simplify the system, Dodge has dropped the number of trim levels for the Grand Caravan from six to four for the 2017 year. This results in a higher concentration of features on each trim level, maximizing the value of each vehicle and offering as many features as possible. The four trim levels are the SE, the SE Plus, the SXT, and the GT. The entry-level SE trim level comes equipped with tons of impressive amenities including a ParkView rear backup camera, sunscreen glass, remote keyless entry, power heated mirrors, power windows, three rows of heat and air, a 6.5-inch touchscreen radio, and third row Stow 'n Go with optional tailgate seating. The next level is the SE Plus builds off of the SE by adding the Blacktop Appearance Package and the Plus Package. This gives the driver equipment like the Uconnect Hands-free Group, a leather-wrapped shirt knob and steering wheel, and Super Stow 'n Go seats in the second row. If you're in the market for even more features for both the inside and the outside of the vehicle, the SXT may be the model for you. It features added equipment like 17-inch polished wheels with Granite Crystal pockets, Stow 'n Place roof rack, automatic headlamps, power sliding doors and liftgate, a power eight-way driver seats, and fog lamps. For the most standard features available on the Dodge Grand Caravan, go with the GT trim level. It comes with some upgrades for already included equipment as well as some new features. Remote start, a ParkView rear backup camera, an upgraded 6.5-inch touchscreen radio with a navigation system, performance suspension, and a nine-speaker audio system. There are also some added and upgraded cosmetic elements like 17-inch polished aluminum wheels, a distinctive monochromatic exterior, and premium leather interior with red accent stitching.