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Dodge Grand Caravan Coolant Type

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Dodge Grand Caravan

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You can find 28 different trims for the Dodge Grand Caravan and their corresponding recommended coolant type.

The years available stretch from 1991 through to 2021 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.

The Dodge Caravan and the Grand Caravan lines were minivans manufactured primarily for the American market.

You can also find the same car rebranded in Europe under the Chrysler brand as the Voyager and even marketed for a short period by Volkswagen too as the Routan.

Chrysler market this model under their slightly larger Town & Country nameplate that still lives on to this day.

The Caravan and the Grand Caravan were discontinued in 2020 as Dodge continues to rebrand itself as a performance-centric household name.

Minivans have also struggled in recent decades due to the explosion in demand for crossover SUVs like the Dodge Journey.

Dodge also cited the increase in the regulations required to sell cars in the country, blaming the massive costs in order to achieve these as a large reason for the demise of the line.

This automaker launched the Caravan nameplate under two variations to split the short-wheelbase and long-wheelbase versions – the Grand is the long-wheelbase.

Over the car’s 36-year life, it went through five generations of design and countless facelifts.

The last generation which run from 2008 through to 2020 was offered to customers with a variety of V6 gasoline engines and a turbodiesel for the export market.

You would find that the lowest displacement gasoline engine was mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission, the rest to a 6-speed.