Dodge Conversion Vans
Driverge offers three types of accessible Dodge Grand Caravan models that feature long- and center-cut conversions with rear- and side-entry options.
Full-cut, rear-entry Grand Caravans allow for two wheelchairs to be transported. Short-cut, rear-entry Grand Caravans allow one wheelchair to be transported. In both cases, wheelchair passengers access and exit the vehicle using easy-to-use manual ramps. All these rear-entry Dodges are ADA compliant.
The center-cut Grand Caravan is a side-entry van that allows the wheelchair passenger to sit in the second-row area while the third- and front-row seating remains unmodified.
The Driverge Rear-Entries with a standard rear ramp are available with both long- and short-cut floors. Long-cut floors allow for two wheelchairs and short-cut floors are made for one wheelchair passenger. The standard ramp stores upright when not in use.
This full-cut van features Driverge’s exclusive FlexFlat(TM) Ramp and 2nd row seating that can be folded then turned out of the way to create space for a wheelchair. The FlexFlat ramp folds flat into the van floor when not in use which creates space for a wheelchair or cargo.
This popular wheelchair-accessible Dodge Grand Caravan significantly diminishes the sounds of conversion equipment often heard in other accessible vehicles. It offers a more pleasant driving experience that does not require drivers or passengers to strain to be heard.
2019 Dodge Grand Caravan SE Chassis Features
Below is a list of standard features for the 2019 Dodge Grand Caravan SE. Chassis specifications vary by year, make, model and trim level. Be sure to ask your dealer about the core chassis features of the vans you are considering because chassis features may vary by year, make and model.
- Power Window Group
- 6.5” Touchscreen Display
- Rear Back-Up Camera
- Cloth Low-Back Bucket Seats
- 2nd Row Buckets w/Fold-In-Floor
- 3.6 V6 24V VVT Engine
- 6 Speed Automatic 62TE Transmission
- 6500# GVWR
- Tires: P225/65R17 BSW Touring Ties
- 17” x 6.5” Steel Wheels
- Sliding Driver and Passenger-Side Door with Glass
- Advanced Multistage Front Airbags
- Supplemental Front Seat-Mounted Side Airbags
- Supplemental Side-Curtain Airbags in All Rows
- Heat/Air Conditioning w/3 Zone Temp Control
- AM/FM/CD Stereo w/ digital clock, audio input jack, 6 speakers
- Anti-Lock 4 Wheel Disc Brakes
- 20 Gallon Fuel Tank
- Electronic Stability Control
No matter who needs transportation—wheelchair or ambulatory passengers, families or commercial users —no other conversion van line provides the options and features to meet your accessibility needs. From rear-entry manual ramps to side-entry power ramps, Driverge conversions built on Dodge Grand Caravans are made to demanding standards and are backed by the mobility industry’s best, consumer-use conversion warranty.
- Taxi or rideshare service
- Non-emergency transportation
- Elderly care
- Family van
- Hotel shuttle
- Corporate shuttle
- Sports transportation
- School trips
- Church shuttle
Frequently Asked Questions
Are Dodge Grand Caravans safe?
Absolutely! The Dodge Grand Caravan received a four out of five stars rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Plus, Driverge crash tests every model of minivan van we upfit.
Are Dodge Grand Caravans available in All-Wheel-Drive?
Unfortunately, no. The work necessary to convert the van into one which makes onboarding wheelchairs easy and comfortable does not leave room for rear-wheel drivetrains, so all Chrysler conversion vans are front wheel drive.
How many passengers can be transported at a time in a Dodge Grand Caravan converted by Driverge?
The side-entry Dodge Grand Caravan with power fold-our ramp can accommodate up to six people including one wheelchair passenger and driver. The ADA-compliant rear-entry with manual ramp FlexFlat ramp can transport up to two passengers plus two wheelchairs; four passengers and one wheelchair user; or four ambulatory passengers. All noted capacities include the driver.
How long is the warranty protection on a Driverge minivan conversion?