|By PR Newswire||
|March 28, 2014 01:15 PM EDT||
KENOSHA, Wis., March 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Families in need of a reliable minivan have a number of options these days that go well beyond the basic necessities. With more attention being paid to comfort and convenience features, automakers are able to offer drivers an experience more on par with what they'd expect from a smaller sedan or crossover. One option in particular has been catching the attention of drivers in southern Wisconsin in recent months: the 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan at Palmen Motors of Kenosha.
Palmen cites the advanced safety features on the Caravan, among other factors, in the current popularity that the model is seeing. One feature that many drivers find especially reassuring is the electronic stability control that comes standard in the 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan. With family obligations that don't stop for the often-hazardous road conditions that come with a Wisconsin winter, parents get peace of mind from built-in features like those found on the Grand Caravan that keep them on the go in all types of weather.
Also offering spacious seating for up to seven passengers with versatile configurations that allow for more cargo space when necessary, the 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan is among the more popular family options at Palmen Motors. With six available trim levels, customers choose the model that fits with their budget and has the features they'll get the most use from.
Buyers who are interested in learning more about the 2014 Dodge Caravan at Palmen Motors can contact the sales department at 877-730-5304. Inventory and further information can also be found online at www.palmenmotors.com.
Media Contact: Jack Borissenkov, Palmen Motors, 877-730-5304, [email protected]
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