2013 Dodge Grand Caravan Pics, Videos, Specs and Prices - Safety
2013 Dodge Grand Caravan - Safety
As the minivan leader for 29 years we know Canadian families want to get to their destinations safely. Newly available on Grand Caravan Crew and Crew Plus, the Safety Sphere Group combines advanced safety and technology features into one comprehensive package. It includes:
- class exclusive blind-spot monitoring and rear cross path detection
- rain sensitive wipers automatic headlamps.
Be prepared for anything by staying on top of everything.
The Electronic Vehicle Information Center (EVIC) is a customizable driver information system. It includes the available Tire Pressure Monitoring System, which displays each tire's pressure; if one falls below the recommended pressure, you'll know right away.
The EVIC also displays personal settings, outside temperature, compass, audio modes, trip computer, and system status messages.
protect your neck and head in case of an accident.
Active front head restraints move forward and upward during a rear-end collision to decrease the space between the headrest and head, helping reduce the risk of head and spinal injuries.
Dodge Grand Caravan's 16 and 17inch tires improve traction and fuel efficiency.
"Rolling resistance" is the amount of force it takes to push a tire down a road. The lower the rolling resistance, the more fuel-efficient the vehicle can be. Dodge Grand Caravan features 16inch and 17inch all season tires that provide lower rolling resistance for better fuel efficiency, and all season stopping and cornering performance.
Hold your course with
Electronic Stability Control.
Say you're on a wet or icy road. If the Grand Caravan starts heading in a different direction than where you're steering, electronic stability control helps restore directional control, using the right combination of brake and throttle.
Sensors watch your blind spots while you drive.
The Dodge Grand Caravan features Blind Spot Monitoring+ to keep you safe from vehicles outside your peripheral. Strategically placed sensors warn you when another vehicle enters your blind spot, which allows for fully aware driving, without the usual rubbernecking.
Backing out no longer requires tensing up.
A driver who's backing out of a parking space just can't see certain things, like a car coming from either side. As one of the Dodge Grand Caravans available features, Rear Cross Path Detection+ uses radar in the rear bumper to detect movement crossing your path, and warns you when something's coming. In tandem, ParkSense detects stationary objects directly behind you, and warns you when they're too close to your rear bumper.
A digital eye in the back of your minivan for convenient parking.
Parking can be a challenge sometimes. That's why we designed the available ParkView Rear Back-Up Camera. In a landscape loaded with SUVs, minivans, and pickup trucks, our rear camera helps with parallel parking, backing out of parking spaces, and avoiding pedestrians.