We bought this minivan after our 3rd child was born & we love it. All three car seats fit & the stow-&-go seating is such a help for moving things. We are able to configure the seating to match our needs for any trip in almost no time at all. We are loving the feel on the road with this model as well. We love the electric sliding doors on both sides. This is such a help when out shopping with small children. Our model did not have the automatic back hatch lift & release.... would have been nice to have that. All-in-all, this is a model that works great for a small to medium sized family. It is full with our 3 car seats in it, but we keep one seat permanately folded into the floor to help it feel less crowded.
I bought the Grand Caravan becuase my wife wanted one. I was hesitant to buy a Dodge because they haven't fared too well in the ratings. I have been pleasantly surprised with this van. We have only had it two months but it is comfortable, handles well (for a van), and has plenty of room. My wife really likes to seats that fold into the floor since she's a teacher and is always hauling stuff around. It does have some road noise but it's not too bad. If it continues to run and hold up like it has so far, I would buy another one.
My husband is extremely picky and while I can tolerate this van, he cannot. Have owned for less than 6 months and already looking to trade in. PROS: Lots of storage room Comfortable ride, good pickup compared to Mazda MP3 Driver/Passenger temperature controls Front/Rear sound adjustment CONS: Sliding door windows do not roll down Automatically locks doors Will not open (or close) sliding doors if car is not in park - This is extremely annoying for times when you are quickly dropping off/picking up (like at school) and want to simply come to a stop, not stop and put your car in park. This annoys me and the teachers trying to move the pickup line along. Cupholders are flimsy Manufacturer problem with sliding doors allows them to easily come off tracks and tracks can break ($600 to fix)