I wish I could have spent more time in the Grand Caravan to fully judge the interior of this van versus the Chrysler Town & Country and the others that recently passed through our garage. But for ten grand less than the Honda Odyssey and five grand less than the Chrysler and the Toyota Sienna, this Dodge is tough to quibble with. In fact, the most glaring complaint I have about the Caravan still holds in the Town & Country: the light gray plastic on the doors is too plasticky and also is a bad choice as a color, since it is too light and will immediately look scuffed, worn, and dirty in the hands (and feet) of any family.
The Grand Caravan's subtle styling tweaks for the 2011 model year make a pretty big difference to my eye, and, as a newish dad, I'd be much more comfortable having this Dodge in my garage, even though the interior has been upgraded only to middle-of-the-pack.
2011 Dodge Grand Caravan Crew