The Dodge Caravan was a series of minivans that was marketed by Chrysler Corporation (today FCA US) from the 1984 to 2020 model years. Marketed as the Dodge version of the Chrysler minivans, the Caravan was introduced alongside the Plymouth Voyager; a long-wheelbase version (the Dodge Grand Caravan) was offered from 1987 to 2020 alongside the Plymouth Grand Voyager and Chrysler Town & Country. Through its production, the model line was offered as both a passenger van and a cargo van.
Produced for five generations across 36 model years, Caravan is the longest-lived Dodge nameplate (six years longer than 1980-2009 Dodge Ram). Sold primarily in the United States and Canada, in Europe and other international markets, the Dodge Caravan was marketed as the Chrysler Voyager and Chrysler Caravan. In North America, the Grand Caravan was marketed by Volkswagen as the Volkswagen Routan; a cargo van version was sold by Ram Trucks as the Ram C/V Tradesman. Since their introduction in late 1983, over 14.6 million Chrysler minivans have been sold worldwide (including export versions and versions sold through rebranding).
Production of the Dodge Caravan ended on August 21, 2020.
After the 2020 model year, the Dodge Grand Caravan was discontinued, replaced in the United States by the revived Chrysler Voyager. However, the Chrysler Voyager is marketed in Canada as Chrysler Grand Caravan from the 2021 model year.