NICB's eighth-most stolen vehicle in the U.S. for 2006

The 1994 Dodge Caravan was the eighth on the list. This second-generation family hauler and its siblings, the upscale Chrysler Town and Country and the economy-minded Voyager from now-defunt Plymouth, had sales of about 4 million vehicles in the 10 years since Chrysler literally invented the minivan in 1984. Read more about Dodge vehicles on the Autos A-Z page.
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