Five-Point Inspection: 2013 Dodge Grand Caravan

Five-Point Inspection: 2013 Dodge Grand Caravan

4. Premium Features Don’t Come Cheap

Stepping up to the SE version makes the options list much more interesting. You’ll be able to choose a DVD rear seat entertainment system.

Things get even more interesting with the “Crew” trim level, which allows you to move from a DVD system to watching Blu-Ray discs.

Features including blind spot monitoring, rear parking assistance, rain sensing wipers and an auto-dimming rearview mirror are also available, but at a price. The “Safety Sphere Group” includes those options and cost s$1,400.

In fact, a generously equipped R/T model costs $36,120 when outfitted with a dual-screen entertainment system, better stereo, heated leather bucket seats and more.

  • Bimmerphile

    Sedona will be gone?…It was just spied a week ago or so. VW van is basically a Caravan anyway so that POS doesn’t really count. This editor stinks…doesn’t know much about the car world.