Production of the 11 year old Dodge Grand Caravan is expected to end in May 2020, with the fleet oriented minivan to be replaced by Chrysler Voyager.
AutoForecast Solutions (via Automotive News Canada) said in a report it expects production of the Dodge Grand Caravan to end on on the week of May 22, 2020.
Focused on fleet customers and price sensitive buyers, the Caravan will be replaced by the new Chrysler Voyager, which is a rebadged version of the entry level models of the newer Pacifica minivan.
It will be interesting to see if the Voyager can replicate the sales success of the Grand Caravan, which despite its age is FCA Canada’s most popular minivan. In H1 2019, 15,943 Grand Caravans were sold in the Great White North, compared to just 2,216 Pacificas.
Source: Automotive News Canada