2010 Dodge Grand Caravan
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- 4.0 Motor Tons of Power
- Big thirst so far
Purchased As New
Had a 2009, just picked up my 2010. The old van had the snail slow 3.3 the new van has the 4.0 and it makes all the dfference in the world. The six speed tranny shifts smoothly and by shifting down going down moutains it hold the van back pretty well. Interior materials seem to really have been upgraded in the 2010 model. First day got stuck in the snow so off to sears and had 4 Bizzacks put on her, these tires are unbelievable compared to the stock Yokahomas in snow and ice. XM radio is nice my old van didn't have it and I love the stow and go seating. Styling is still a little more conservative than what I like, but just saw the 2011 model on youtube and Mopar seems to be stepping it up a little. This van is at it's best out on the open road, very comfortable and I'm hoping she'll do the stickers 26 mpg on a trip, so far she's getting the 17 mpg around town and are weather has been awful, snow ice and slush. I like working out of this van as a sales rep. and I think most moms will like this vehicle for shuttling the children and taking vacations as well as carrying big stuff. I'm hoping that finally Dodge has their heads back in the game, I'd still like to see a little more liberial styling and a little more steering feel, but again this is a pretty good van and much improved over my old 2009 model.
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