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''Marque:'' [[Dodge]] | ''Model:'' [[Dodge Caravan]] | ''Successor:'' [[Dodge Caravan (1996–2000)]]
 
''Marque:'' [[Dodge]] | ''Model:'' [[Dodge Caravan]] | ''Successor:'' [[Dodge Caravan (1996–2000)]]
  
''q.v.'' [[Chrysler Town & Country (1989–95)]]
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''q.v.'' [[Chrysler Town & Country (1990–5)]]

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Dodge Caravan/Dodge Grand Caravan (T-115). 1984–95 (prod. n/a). 4-door MPV. F/F, F/A, 2213, 2507, 2555 cm³ (I4 OHC), 2972 cm³ (V6 OHC), 3301, 3778 cm³ (V6 OHV). Incredibly successful minivan, creating the niche in the US, and giving Dodge a lead in the market for decades. Twinned with Plymouth Voyager (1984–95), with the same model changes; Caravan only had cosmetic differences. Grand Caravan from 1987, parallel to Grand Voyager. Exported as Chrysler Voyager to Europe. Mid-term changes in 1991, smoothing out the sheetmetal, and revising the interior, but otherwise the same formula, with a platform that could be traced to the Dodge Aries.


Manufacturing location: Windsor, Ontario, Canada

Marque: Dodge | Model: Dodge Caravan | Successor: Dodge Caravan (1996–2000)

q.v. Chrysler Town & Country (1990–5)







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