by grapost on Jan 6, 2012 Vehicle: 1992 Dodge Grand Caravan SE 3dr Minivan
20 years old and still going strong
Since I only live 10 minutes from work the miles have been kept low. 120,00 on it now.
Still runs great with plenty of pep from the V-6.
Gas milage averages 14 MPG
Have had it for 13 years and never had an engine or transmission problem with it.
Power windows and front seat all still work.
The speaker wires for the radio have somehow become disconnected.
The only major problem I had was when one of the transaxles broke.
The roof and hood paint peeled as alot of this year model did.
The interior has held up fine except for the the ceiling covering which has come loose a hangs down over the front seats and along the sliding door
by shazing on Nov 8, 2005 Vehicle: 1992 Dodge Grand Caravan SE 3dr Minivan AWD
It worked for us; the tranny was rebuilt at 60,000 miles and it now has 125,000 miles. The tranny leaked always and you had to watch it, my brothers does the same thing. I don't think Dodge has fixed the problem yet. However it always started and always got us were we wanted to go. The AWD is awesome for snow. Knowing what I know now, I would still buy another Dodge Caravan but I probally won't. For the money I think the Chevy Astro is a better buy.
by chenook on Jun 30, 2004 Vehicle: 1992 Dodge Grand Caravan SE 3dr Minivan
I bought this car for $2000 when it
was 11 years old. I needed a vehicle
to transport 7 people and this caught
my eye at a local dealer. I should
have done an extensive check on this
one first. Within 6 months I put $400
seals and the still needed to replace
the radiator,thermostat,tires and the
peeling off in chunks. I have had it
just stop running for no reason at
least twice. The A/C quit on the day I
bought it. The fan stopped running
after replacing radiator. I've had the
reserve on radiator actually boil. The
only thing that has saved me is the
warning alarm that van is overheating.