by Blowngasket on Oct 24, 2004 Vehicle: 1992 Dodge Caravan 3dr Minivan
While it is a practical vehicle, there
are some design flaws that have
proven costly. I've had multiple
blown head gaskets (costly repair)
that apparently are the result of
incompatible metals used in the
pistons and the cylinders. There
were numerous other repairs, but the
heag gasket is the back breaker. I
would not recommend this vehicle or
any Dodge van from the 1990's.
by dtorma on Jul 31, 2003 Vehicle: 1992 Dodge Caravan 3dr Minivan
We bought this vehicle from a friend
who loved it and was getting a good
deal on a newer model Caravan. Very
few problems and never left me
stranded. Lots of seating for our 3
young kids (and their friends) although
very cramped in the back for adults.
by LP on Jul 20, 2003 Vehicle: 1992 Dodge Caravan 3dr Minivan
this is a very reliable van with cold
a/c and even though it's not very
quick, it is very reliable. 150,000
miles and the 2.5 liter 4 cyl. engine
runs like a top. I've heard the 6 cyl.
is plagued with problems!
My 1992 Toyota camry has 186,000 on the clock and requires far less TLC and *MASH* Time then the Caravan!! I have never required oil additions on the Camry between changes (2.2 liter), the Caravan re...
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