2008 Dodge Caravan Owners Manual – Minivans are about families and most testers think that the remodeled 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan is a great way for moms and dads along with their youngsters traveling. The big interior is broadly recognized as a kind of family room on wheels, with a progressive seating arrangement and ample entertainment features, sometimes common or optional, to keep children both occupied and preoccupied on long drives. “Don’t be very impressed, must you come to be the proprietor of a 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan, when your little one’s Scooter and Buffy actually dance in anticipations of their ride to school every morning,” writes Motor Trend. The showpiece of the Grand Caravan’s interior is Dodge’s optionally available Swivel ‘n Go seats, which allow the 2nd-row seats to rotate to manage the next row.
Testers are unimpressed with the base engine, but Dodge has added an optional 4.0-liter V6 engine for the top rated-of-the-collection Grand Caravan SXT and pundits like the way it accelerates. Interior features such as a stable kitchen table (a portion of the Swivel ‘n Go package), normal MP3 ability and the optional MyGIG infotainment method are also nicely examined. About the only component of the Grand Caravan that reviewers are under excited about, in addition to the underpowered base engine, is its look. Although numerous praise Dodge in order to get clear of the minivan’s standard “jellybean” form, the new exterior receives tepid reviews. Nonetheless, most freelance writers think that it’s what’s on the within that is important.
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The 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan is available in two trims, the base-model SE and the substantial-stop SXT.
The 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan receives compliments for its huge interior, revolutionary seat arrangement and the wide range of youngster-annoying gizmos. Nevertheless, most reviewers discover its restyled appearance unexceptional.
The heated seats, swift to heat up, were a godsend in the worst wintertime many of us experienced in Michigan-the huge snow of 2008-09. But the comfort report from the driver’s seat was not really good: 1 editor did not like the seat, contacting it below average and finding it tough to be comfy in; an additional said the seat’s base grew to be “inadequate” over long outings.