2005 Dodge Caravan
201,357 Miles
$3,000

Everett, WA
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2005 Dodge Caravan
126,669 Miles
$3,995

El Cajon, CA
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2005 Dodge Caravan
23,006 Miles
$5,995

Enfield, CT
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2005 Dodge Caravan
205,367 Miles
$3,999

Greeley, CO
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2005 Dodge Caravan
107,968 Miles
$3,330

Winona, MN
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2005 Dodge Caravan
157,800 Miles
$3,900

Exeter, NE
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2005 Dodge Caravan
93,727 Miles
$5,991

Hutchinson, KS
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2005 Dodge Caravan
118,720 Miles
$4,450

Twinsburg, OH
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2005 Dodge Caravan
78,505 Miles
$5,990

Ballwin, MO
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2005 Dodge Caravan
100,104 Miles
$4,995

Topeka, KS
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2005 Dodge Caravan
169,267 Miles
$2,499

Appleton, WI
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2005 Dodge Caravan
131,066 Miles
$4,490

Santa Clarita, CA
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2005 Dodge Caravan
126,015 Miles
$5,395

Los Angeles, CA
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2005 Dodge Caravan
124,377 Miles
$3,468

Pueblo, CO
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2005 Dodge Caravan
67,246 Miles
$5,995

Winchester, VA
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2005 Dodge Caravan
249,907 Miles
$1,495

Greeley, CO
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2005 Dodge Caravan
152,623 Miles
$3,922

Newport News, VA
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2005 Dodge Caravan
216,000 Miles
$6,991

Jackson, MS
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2005 Dodge Caravan
150,652 Miles
$2,995

North Augusta, SC
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2005 Dodge Caravan
143,805 Miles
$4,995

Toms River, NJ
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2005 Dodge Caravan Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.0
2 Reviews
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.5
Reliability
2.0

2005 Dodge Caravan Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2005 Dodge Caravan - Little engine the could.

Roy
Coon Rapids, Minnesota
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
2.0
We bought a used Dodge Caravan as is from a dealer because that was what we could afford at the time and who would approve us. We are a family of 7, so a van is a must. I must hold 3 car seats and be able to get in and out as well as all the stuff that goes along with having young kids. In the beginning the van ran pretty well. We didn't have any major issues with it, other than the fact that there was no radiator cap. The van has lots of room. It is able to hold a full double stroller in the back along with bags for the twins and the baby as well as stuff for the older kids to do. There is also storage space under the seats in the front. The car ran very well until last year when the air conditioning went out in the summer and the heat in the winter. Then the radiator stopped wo... (more)
Story
Pulling over to the side of the road so my family could watch my niece dance via my phone. She was dancing in a national dance competition out of state, and we couldn't afford to go.
Pros
The best part about this car was all the space that it had for all our stuff. It was able to hold 3 full-size car seats, a full-size double stroller, and all the stuff that goes along with having 5 kids under the age of 9.
Cons
Within the last year, our air conditioning went out in the summer (100-degree weather), and the heat in the winter (30+ below). The radiator would not cycle through the fluids and continued to over heat. Then two tires went flat, and the breaks needed to be replaced. Ended up paying well over $1,500 for everything to be fixed.

2005 Dodge Caravan - Practical and basic.

Caravan Owner
Cottageville, South Carolina
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
2.0
I purchased this used about a year ago. It had a bit of high millage but I needed a van because of my family. The vehicle is respectable I will give it that. Its more of a no frills type of mini van. While not being the greatest of mini vans it does its job well. For some reason Dodge doesn't seem to like to push the edge with mini vans. The are more likely to stick with tried and almost true which is what this vehicle is about.
Story
That would have to be having two side doors during trick or treating. It was so much easier and enjoyable to get them out and back in.
Pros
Relatively inexpensive. Mileage is pretty good. The ride is ok for what it is. It is cheaper to repair than foreign vehicles. A/C still works well. Still going with no critical failures.
Cons
Cheaply made and it shows it. Plastic parts get brittle and crack. Believe me there is a lot of plastic in it. Easily worn out carpet. Hard to work on as it is a traversal engine. Don't get the 3.3:L as it seems to be barely enough to get it going well and under load suffers. The 4 cylinder is most likely way under powered. I had to replace the steering rack on mine and this seems to be a typical problem with them. If you can't do it yourself then expect a bill towards the 1000's as it is a tedious operation. Leg room is lacking on the rear seats. This sometimes forces my kids to knee me i... (more)

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