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Chrysler Releases Dodge Grand Caravan Cargo Van

August 30, 2007

Chrysler has recently released details on its commercial-grade Dodge Grand Caravan Cargo Van. As a work vehicle, the second and third row seats have been eliminated creating 143.8 cubic feet of storage capacity in back, and the cargo floor is covered with an industrial-grade material. The interior trim for the second- and third-row seating areas can also be removed completely–the Grand Caravan is designed to be a blank slate that up-fitters can customize for specific duties. The forward compartment is equipped with YES Essentials fabric seats, a stereo, and a rubberized floor. Powered by Chrysler's 175-horsepower 3.3L flex-fuel V6, the Grand Caravan Cargo Van sports a 17/24 city/highway EPA rating.
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