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Best Dodge Grand Caravan Tires

The Dodge Grand Caravan has been a hugely popular minivan for many years now, but you may have reached the point where it's time to replace worn out tires. We've listed our picks for the best tires that will provide maximum year-round traction and handling, as well as excellent ride comfort and a longer tread life.

Here's our list of the best tires for the Dodge Grand Caravan that are designed to fit one or all of the following fitments:

  • 215/70R15
  • 215/65R16
  • 225/65R16
  • 235/60R16
  • P225/65R17

All tires listed are designed to fit the Grand Caravan base, Cargo Van, Crew, Crew Plus, Express Mainstreet, RT, SE, SE Plus and SXT models, and are not listed in any particular order. Any of these tires would make excellent choices.


Goodyear Assurance ComforTred Touring

If a smooth and comfortable ride is what you are looking for, the Assurance ComforTred Touring is one of your better options. You'd be hard-pressed to find a more quiet and comfortable riding tire than this model, which is confirmed in review after review from other drivers. Beyond that, it has dry, wet and winter weather performance to match. Tread life is excellent and Goodyear backs it up with an 80,000 mile warranty.

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Cooper CS4 Touring

The CS4 Touring from Cooper is another excellent all-season performing tire for your Dodge Caravan. You can expect impressive dry and wet handling along with crisp steering response and overall stability. Road noise is minimal and the ride is very comfortable on all types of road surfaces, making this tire a very good choice.

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Michelin Primacy MXV4

Michelin's Primacy MXV4 has consistently ranked as one of the best all-around performing tires for several years now. Simply stated, it's all-season traction and handling along with its exceptional ride characteristics make this tire hard to beat. It's built to provide miles and miles of driving enjoyment for the Caravan.

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General Altimax HP

With stylish looks and excellent all-season performance, the General Altimax HP is engineered for a smooth, comfortable ride. On top of that, this tire is priced lower than many models in this class to save you some extra cash.

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Bridgestone Dueler H/L 422 Ecopia

For drivers who want solid year-round traction and performance from their tires to go with lower road noise and refined comfort, the Bridgestone H/L 422 Ecopia is a nice choice for the Caravan. The lower rolling resistance tread will help increase fuel efficiency, while also giving it a longer lifespan, which Bridgestone stands behind with a 65,000 mile warranty.

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Firestone Precision Touring

The Precision Touring is Firestone's best rated standard all-season touring tire, and arguably one of the better tires in this class as well. Traction is excellent on dry or wet surfaces, and the tire delivers very good handling on all types of pavement. With its comfortable ride and 70,000 mile warranty, you can see why it is such a popular tire for all kinds of vehicles, including the Grand Caravan.

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Yokohama Avid Ascend

The Avid Ascend from Yokohama delivers predictable all-season traction with excellent cornering stability and steering response. The lower rolling resistance tread compound enhances fuel economy, while providing an eco-friendly design. The ride is comfortable and quiet, while treadlife is proving to be long lasting.

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Pirelli P4 Four Seasons

With its silica-enhanced tread compound that delivers increased dry and wet all-season traction, the P4 Four Seasons is one of Pirelli's best performing standard tires. Expect a very quiet and comfortable ride on this tire, as well as a long lasting treadlife. Pirelli provides an 85,000 mile tread guarantee.

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Hankook Optimo H727

Hankook's Optimo H727 has been one of the better performing touring all-season tires for a few years now. It provides dependable traction on dry, wet and snow covered roads. Handling is above average among tires in this class, and the ride is smooth and comfortable. Hankook includes one of the longest warranties among any new tire at 100,000 miles.

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Michelin Defender

The Defender makes a solid choice for the Caravan due to its high level of dry and wet road surface performance. In fact, it has some of the best wet pavement traction of any tire sold today, and that says a lot. The ride is very comfortable and you can expect to get a lot of miles out of the tread. Michelin includes an excellent 90,000 mile tread warranty with this model.

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