The 2012 Dodge Grand Caravan Body Structure is a strong, lightweight Unibody is formed by welding high-strength steel sheet metal stampings to form a single structure, resulting in a stiff body structure and torsional rigidity, which contributes to better impact protection and ride and handling characteristics and helping to control interior noise.
Increased roof strength and safety cage construction protect the passenger compartment in the event of an accident, while specially designed front and rear crumple zones help absorb impact energy and redirect it away from passengers to reduce the risk of injury.
The 2012 Dodge Grand Caravan Body Structure has seven standard airbags.
- Advanced Multistage front airbags regulate and react to the severity of a crash by adjusting the airbag deployment force.
- Supplemental side-curtain airbags are specifically designed to protect all outboard front- and rear-seat passengers.
- Supplemental front seat-mounted side airbags provide enhanced side protection for the driver and front passenger. They work together with side-curtain airbags to help protect an occupant during side impact and rollover events.
- A driver inflatable knee blocker airbag deploys when the driver’s airbag deploys. It helps position the driver relative to the front airbag and avoid sliding under the instrument panel in the event of a collision.