It’s been confirmed, America’s most popular minivan, the Dodge Grand Caravan, will go out of production in the middle of 2020.
Canadian union Unifor has confirmed FCA will cut 1,500 jobs from its Windsor, Ontario, factory and go from three shifts to just two as part of the Grand Caravan’s axing.
The current Dodge Grand Caravan went into production in 2007, and has been the top selling minivan in the US ever since, even after newer models were launched by rival companies and internal rivals too.
It will be replaced by the Chrysler Voyager, a cut price version of the Pacifica minivan. While the Pacifica has been given an extensive facelift for the 2021 model year, the Voyager will retain the current look.