1997 Dodge Caravan
179,553 Miles
$1,987

Weiser, ID
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2002 Dodge Caravan
73,579 Miles
$4,995

Kahului, HI
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2003 Dodge Caravan
139,638 Miles
$5,995

Bridgeton, MO
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2006 Dodge Caravan
183,822 Miles
$2,199

East Renton Highlands, WA
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2006 Dodge Caravan
138,469 Miles
$5,995

Hayward, WI
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2001 Dodge Caravan
149,132 Miles
$2,988

North Miami, FL
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2000 Dodge Caravan
214,721 Miles
$2,495

West Palm Beach, FL
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2004 Dodge Caravan
164,806 Miles
$4,991

Broken Arrow, OK
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2000 Dodge Caravan
261,223 Miles
$3,989

Payette, ID
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2004 Dodge Caravan
117,040 Miles
$4,800

Petersburg, IL
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2000 Dodge Caravan
85,974 Miles
$3,492

Fort Wayne, IN
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2003 Dodge Caravan
172,352 Miles
$3,999

Oacoma, SD
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2006 Dodge Caravan
129,586 Miles
$4,664

Owosso, MI
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2005 Dodge Caravan
152,697 Miles
$4,990

Mascoutah, IL
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2006 Dodge Caravan
122,442 Miles
$6,747

Woodburn, OR
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2000 Dodge Caravan
191,273 Miles
$2,950

Spearfish, SD
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2007 Dodge Caravan
119,740 Miles
$5,000

Peoria, IL
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2007 Dodge Caravan
193,755 Miles
$4,495

Wahoo, NE
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2005 Dodge Caravan
127,888 Miles
$4,995

St Robert, MO
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Dodge Caravan Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
3.8
Value
3.8
Performance
3.5
Style
3.5
Comfort
4.2
Fuel Economy
3.3
Maintenance
3.7

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Dodge Caravan Owner Ratings & Reviews

2013 Dodge Caravan - Perfect for families

Collegedale, Tennessee
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
We purchased this vehicle after owning a 4-door sedan. We had one small child at the time of purchase and have recently had another baby. The van is perfect for families with small children. The push-button to open/close the doors is extremely valuable in busy parking lots and when carrying diaper bags, stroller, etc. I also like that when I'm getting groceries into the car, the toddler can crawl through the back and start getting into his own seat. The van drives smoothly, is quiet on the highway and most controls are easily accessible. Fuel economy is great, gets equal MPG as my smaller sedan. Overall, I am very satisfied and would recommend to others. With the 3rd row of seats folded down, the vehicle can actually carry 2 adult bikes and kid toys. We originally thought we'd have to ... (more)
Story
We love bringing the van to the beach. Sandy toes, muddy shoes, wet swimsuits, etc do not matter. The kids crawl in the back and change, all the mess stays in one area. We have extra sunscreen, diapers, clothes even stored in the side pockets in the doors.
Pros
Open/close doors at the touch of the button was a major selling point for us. The vehicle also has stow & go seats, which are so easy to use. The amount of cargo room is remarkable. Road trips have been so comfortable with the ability to adjust almost every seat. The van drives well, rides smooth and lets in minimal outside noise.
Cons
The stow & go seats are very easy to stow once you get them in the right order. Sometimes the straps get stuck and you have to re-assemble everything before trying to collapse again. I also wish there were more power outlets, not just cigarette lighters. The ability to charge electronics during road trips (especially in the back seats) would be valuable. I also don't think this van is as sporty-looking as other manufacturers I've seen.

2003 Dodge Caravan - I like it has a lot of room

Vero Beach, Florida
Overall
4.0
Value
2.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
4.0
What I like about the Caravan is that I got it for $2k first of all. Decent miles not in bad condition. It has a lot of room inside. It is also great for kids if you have two or more kids. One con I had was that the A\C compressor clutch broke after a year or so of owning it. I spend a few hours reinstalling it myself cost me around $80 for the replacement and a few hours of my time but not too bad so far it has been reliable to me and my family. It has sliding doors on both sides so it makes loading and unloading things real easy and they work well. It has a TV in the center of the driver and passenger for the kids to stay entertained which is also nice. The body is still in decent condition after over 10 years so that is also not bad it has a dent from someone driving into the side o... (more)
Story
We took it to Disney world and had a great trip
Pros
Size, space, ease of access, comfortable, reliable, headroom. Also has rear A\C ducts for the kids/passengers in the back which is awesome not many vehicles have that.
Cons
A\C clutch broke after a year of owning. Other than that none.

2010 Dodge Caravan - Good quality. Great for family

North East, Pennsylvania
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
It performs well. We live in an area with diverse climate and it handles well in all environments. We do a lot of outdoor activities and have never had a problem with terrain. It is great for a family with all the seating and room.
Story
We have twin boys so them not being squished in the little car we had and going on the first drive with it. We also took it on vacation with us had room to spare for all the stuff.
Pros
Stow and go seats. Makes transporting things easy. Keeps kids separate. Automatic side doors. Can open them up with a click. Also kids can open them easy.
Cons
Can't close the doors or open then when in anything but park. Remote starter not included.