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229 Dodge Grand Caravan results

Dodge Grand Caravan OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

Owner Reviews
3.4
11 Reviews
5 star
9%
4 star
55%
3 star
9%
2 star
18%
1 star
9%
Overall
3.4
Value
3.4
Style
3.1
Performance
3.3
Comfort
4.1
Fuel Economy
2.8
Reliability
3.1
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Helen
Helen
Bangor, Maine
1.0
Expensive lemon
This vehicle has been nothing but trouble. I purchased it in January of this year. It is only October now. I have had many issues that could have been taken as the car being demonically possessed. The wind shield wipers and alarm and windshield wiper fluid would go off altogether for no reason, even while driving down the road, and there was nothing you could do but wait until the car finished its tantrum after about 20 minutes. The rear door would lock itself for no reason and you had to drive around town for ten minutes before it suddenly unlatched itself and then it was open while you were driving! Most recently it would just not start for no reason. Then two days later it was fine. I ended up having the entire power module replaced. Apparently a common problem with this vehicle and yet no recall. I have babies on board. Totally not cool Dodge.
Alex
Alex
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
4.0
Decent cheap daily driver.
I bought this car for less than $1,000. The value was great. The tank was relatively cheap to fill up; unfortunately I was getting 14-16 mpg city, 18-20 highway, but with such an old car that is to be expected. The vehicle is extremely roomy, captain's chairs in the first two rows very comfortable. Back row seats 3 and is removable, which is nice for hauling cargo. Braking can be clumsy at times, especially in snow, as the vehicle itself is very heavy - something you're certainly aware of while driving. Pulling out from a stop can also take a little more time than desired, but in everyday conditions this won't effect you much. Maintenance was not too bad in this car, brake pads need replaced rather often but this helps with the brake issues I mentioned earlier. Overall, a great cheap car for daily commutes, but not one that will save you money on gas.
JV
JV
Marinette, Wisconsin
2.0
Gets me where I need to go.
I like the fact I could haul a lot of stuff and still fit a husband and 2 sons all three over 6 feet and well built. Not fat muscular. The things I don't like. I don't like the way it handles in the winter. I would rather not drive it on snow covered roads. It just doesn't want to take off from stop signs and seems to want to slide easily even with brand new tires. I only had the car a few weeks and the engine started racing out of control. The tac went into the red. I took it to the dealership let them know of course they couldn't find the problem and it didn't do it for them. It has done it for me and others that drove my van. So I just baby it. I don't like the brakes no matter how many sets I put in there. My tires won't like up 100%. I had a 4 wheel alignment done and that garage couldn't get it 100%. My guess the reason my tires don't last, is no one ever gets it to line up. Problem is no one ever told me about it either. I finally ran into a honest man. That is why I took it somewhere else to get serviced. I needed to know what was really going on.

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