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2003 Dodge Caravan OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS
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We found this van when it was two years old. It was used for about 48 thousand miles. We now have over 200,000 miles, and it's still strong. When we first looked at it, our youngest boy flipped the seat up in his face, knocking himself over. We all laughed and still tease him about how he checks new vehicles out. We carried all five kids through their schools, activities, shopping, back and forth to work, everywhere. After the three older kids left our house, we packed up and moved 800-plus miles with our youngest two kids. We left winters behind but moved (at first) to an inner-city environment. Once our old house sold, we purchased our 30-acre piece of Missouri woods and, again, used our van to help move here. We live rather far out of a little village and only go in to town once a week or so, but our trusty van still gets there and back again.
I like it has a lot of room
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 of me but that's about it. Mostly I like foreign cars but so far this has been reliable for me and I am happy that we bought it. And this is my review of the 2003 Dodge Grand Caravan.