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FEATURES | 9 out of 10
the Caravan doesn't disappoint
the obvious choice for satisfying rear-seat riders
Kelley Blue Book
enough features to keep an eight-year-old entertained for hours
The 2009 Dodge Grand Caravan has all the features you expect in a minivan—and many more, including in-car satellite TV. Autoblog lists “a removable, cordless, rechargeable flashlight in the cargo area, power sliding doors and rear hatch, adjustable pedals and overhead LED reading lights for all three rows of seating.”
Sirius Backseat TV is one of the best features on the Dodge Grand Caravan. With this option, you get the three most popular kids channels (Nickelodeon, Disney, and Cartoon Network) free for the first year on two separate overhead LCD screens, each of which can broadcast a different channel. Cars.com describes it in mild terms as a "new way to keep the kids entertained."
For the adults up front there’s an available MyGIG entertainment option that stores up to 20 gigabytes of music and video, which can be uploaded via anything with USB capability. “MyGIG lets you access music by artist, song, album, genre, and year, among others," CNet says. “It's a full-featured music player, and we found that it worked very well.”
Last but not least, the 2009 Dodge Grand Caravan can be equipped with Bluetooth wireless capability. There’s also an available navigation system that offers Sirius’s Travel Link service, which pipes information on traffic, weather, movie listings, and sports scores into the car’s screen. The Washington Post calls it a “navigation, telecommunications, and an audiovisual entertainment system that will ignite your senses more than a stay in a $1,000-a-night room in the MGM Grand Detroit Hotel and Casino."
There is no shortage of great features for the 2009 Dodge Grand Caravan, but most of them are optional.