2020 Dodge Grand Caravan vs 2020 Toyota Sienna
If there was such thing as royalty among minivans, the Dodge Grand Caravan would be it. Dodge and parent company Chrysler have been making minivans since the early eighties. Obviously, things have changed a lot since those days, and now minivans are a lot less common on the road as the world becomes collectively obsessed with crossovers and larger SUVs.
Still, the minivan is a necessity for some families and drivers. Toyota, as one of the biggest automakers, can still throw its weight around in the minivan arena with the Sienna. The 2020 Model year of the Sienna matches up against the 2020 Dodge Grand Caravan in this comparison. The table below shows how the two minivans take different approaches to the minivan formula.
2020 Dodge Grand Caravan
2020 Toyota Sienna
|$27,530 USD||Starting MSRP||$31,640 USD|
|3.6L V6 Engine||Base Model Engine||3.5L V6 Engine|
|Standard||Front, Rear, and Third Row Head Airbags||Available|
|203.7, 78.7, and 69 Inches (517.398, 199.898, and 175.26 cm)||Length, Width, and Height||200.6, 78.1, and 68.9 Inches (509.524, 198.374, and 175.006 cm)|
The differences are most pronounced in price and vehicle size. Even though the 2020 Dodge Grand Caravan is a bigger vehicle, it still has a larger overall size. For most trim levels, both vehicles use a 7-chair configuration where the second row is a second pair of captain’s chairs.
The Dodge Grand Caravan isn’t a lot bigger than the Sienna but considering that the starting price is as different as it is, you would think Dodge would only be able to pull that off by offering a smaller vehicle. Still, the Grand Caravan maintains a competitive price point, explaining why Dodge and Chrysler continue to lead the minivan market.
If you’re concerned for the safety of all your passengers, the Dodge Grand Caravan has everyone covered with head airbags, regardless of how much money you spend on the vehicle.