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Used Dodge Caravan Ratings

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    3/17/2016 4:46:19 PM

    2000 Dodge Caravan - Base

    Runs good. Some dings.

    • Recommend this vehicle to a friend? Yes
    • How long have you owned this vehicle? 16 years
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    5/18/2010 5:32:45 PM

    2001 Dodge Caravan

    worst

    Pros: space

    Cons: power steering cable placed under car

    spent so much money on this car and something new is wrong with it every other day

    • Recommend this vehicle to a friend? No
    • How long have you owned this vehicle? 2 years
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    4/29/2010 7:50:06 AM

    2005 Dodge Caravan

    no problems

    Pros: Do all vehicle

    Cons: none

    Have had this since new and has 60000 miles on it. Only in the shop for oil changes. Can get close to 30 mpg on the highway if I baby it up with a 3.3 engine. Great utility vehicle. I am an old guy so do not need a sexy car, just a comfortable one.

    • Recommend this vehicle to a friend? Yes
    • How long have you owned this vehicle? 5 years
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    5/3/2009 2:48:58 PM

    2002 Dodge Caravan - Base

    Pros: Leather!, lift installed for my power chair.

    Cons: Just the gas mileage, and perhaps the color blue, as I mentioned above.

    Advice: As long as you drive resononably, this baby will last your lifetime!

    Overal, this van has been a wonder to drive and own. About the only thing I would change, is the color from blue to black, as I am an avid Oakland Raider fan!

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    2/3/2007 12:56:12 AM

    2006 Dodge Caravan - SXT Passenger

    Pros: Roominess

    Cons: No tow package on it

    Advice: Look at its looks and style ! How can you consider anything else ?

    Great all around sensible vehicle, much easier to get in and out of compared to a sedan car ! Roomy, easy and quiet to drive. Can not understand where a 'noisy interior' comes from in one owner's comment. A terrific family van, so much better overall, and appearance, than competitors. Much better than SUV with ease in entering and exiting. Drives beautifully. With care and sensible driving, this is a long lasting beauty !

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    12/4/2006 2:50:19 PM

    2003 Dodge Caravan - Sport Passenger

    Pros: 3 extra doors

    Cons: window controls on arm like protrusion get me in the knees

    Advice: Buy one you'll like it

    The vehicle is a peach. Roomy, good gas milage, good performance

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    11/11/2006 4:41:33 PM

    2006 Dodge Caravan - SXT Passenger

    Pros: Electric sliding side doors & back door.

    Cons: Quality of paint and assembly.

    Advice: Don't buy from a dealer that provides poor service, because you will NEED good service.

    My DGC has 7400 miles on it. It has a 3.8 engine. It rides well on smooth roads. It is comfortable when driving in town and the highway. The AC works well in the summer at 100+. Visibility is great. In the east, many cities have the signal lights so high it is difficult to see W/O pulling your neck out of your torso. So I like the driver view. The heater works great in the winter at 0. I get 20 MPG in the city and 25-27 MPG on the highway using the AC. I always use the AC when it is 70+ outside.