Where are Dodge Grand Caravans made?

My wife is pregnant with twins, bringing the number of children in our family up to five. With so many kids, I need to get a van that can accommodate all of us. I was thinking about getting a Dodge Grand Caravan, but I want to make sure they’re built with American quality. Where does Dodge make the Grand Caravan?

Eric Schad · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Although this minivan has been discontinued, the Dodge Grand Caravan was built at the Windsor Assembly Plant in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. While this isn’t an American-made vehicle, Windsor is right across the river from Detroit, making it about as close to America as you can get.
That said, the Windsor Assembly Plant has long been a part of Dodge’s operations, dating back to 1928. Lower overhead costs and a favorable exchange rate at the time were two of the main reasons for this factory, and every car or van that’s rolled off the assembly line here still has the same quality as American-made Dodge vehicles.
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