Large minivan Chrysler Grand Caravan will appear on the marketJuly 19, 2020
The large American Grand Caravan, which was previously sold under the Dodge brand, will now go on sale as a model from Chrysler. The production of new items will be established in Canada.
A few months ago, Dodge ceased mass production of its large minivan, the Grand Caravan, despite the fact that in 2019, this particular model was the best-selling model in its class in America.
As reported by the foreign edition Automotive News Canada, it looks like the Grand Caravan minivan may again become available for purchase. Only now, the car will not be sold under the Dodge brand. It is reported that for the Canadian auto market, the large minivan will “take the name” Chrysler, and as elsewhere in the world, the more affordable version of the model will be designated the Pacifica.
According to Mike Szymkiewicz, senior manager of modeling strategy at FCA Canada, the decision to sell the Grand Caravan is attributed to its widespread popularity in Canada.
According to insiders, the Chrysler Grand Caravan minivan will be offered in two trim levels. The base version will have a minimum price tag of $ 37,995 and will be powered by a 3.6-liter V6 and a 9-speed automatic transmission. The other trim, which will receive the SXT designation, will cost a minimum of $ 39,995.
Serial production of the Chrysler Grand Caravan will begin at the FCA plant in Canada this summer, although the exact date has not yet been announced.
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