Step aside, Oldsmobile, Plymouth is here with the Caravelle. It’s got enough room for six people because here at Chrysler, luxury trumps safety. Get outta’ here Buick with your Century has nothing on this.
The Caravelle comes with a five year or 50,000 mile warranty that we know you’re gonna use. It’s basically a long K-car.
What more do you want?
Well, the Caravelle is available with a turbocharged 2.2-liter engine. It’s not intercooled. Get over it. Seriously, just try and match this level of luxury and craftsmanship at this price point. That’s right, you can’t.
General Motors doesn’t have anything approaching the level of the Caravelle. It’s the only car that’s perfectly suited for driving through abandoned futuristic paring garages. I’d like to see an Oldsmobile Ciera look this good while making harsh emergency brake stops.