2011 Dodge Grand Caravan Gets $1,000 Discount for New $23,995 Base Price

Dodge has announced a cut to the base price of the 2011 Grand Caravan minivan, reducing the MSRP by $1,000 on the entry-level Express model. At just $23,995 the refreshed Grand Caravan is now the cheapest minivan on the market.

In addition, the Mainstreet model is $250 cheaper and priced at $25,745.

For 2011 the Grand Caravan received a significant mid-cycle update with an all-new interior, minor exterior styling tweaks, suspension changes and a powerful new 283-hp 2.6-liter V6 engine standard.

Read AutoGuide’s 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan Review Here