2001 Dodge Caravan Sport Fwd 4dr Minivan (3.3L 6cyl 4A)
Purchased a mini-van because of growing family. Had an '85 Caravan and loved it so I came back. I've enjoyed driving it but over the years it seems that something always needs a fix. Dealership pricing is outrageous! Two tie bars $400 vs $200 at local shop. Brakes close to $300.00.
Comfortable ride and space. 3.3 flex fuel gets 18-23mpg. Great on long rides.
Hood design promotes corrosion near latch-$600.00 to replace. Sliding door glass doesn't open so you need the the A-C every time the sun is bright, not enough venting.
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