by Brian on Oct 21, 2009 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Grand Caravan LE 3dr Minivan
I have had fewer issues with this 14 year old van than I had with my 4 year old van. In my opinion although not perfect they are a good BEATER van as long as they were maintained properly when new. I have 2 more of these vans plus another one in my family as well. as long as you get a 3.3 w/o abs or rear climate control you have a reliable van for as long as the transmission is maintained PROPERLY. Most people do not use the correct fluids in the transmission so it fails. I am lucky in that all of mine have good engines and transmissions plus these vans are cheap to buy. Just don't get a 3.0 powered one.
by lmollstl on Jan 18, 2009 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Grand Caravan LE 3dr Minivan
This van was given to us by my father-in-law when it was 12 years old with 71,000 miles. It had been well maintained and always garaged. I first noticed that the power rear windows only worked some time, the rear windshield wiper motor was out and the electric liftgate opener did not work. In the year we owned it the water pump, drivers side window motor, and the front wiper motor had to be replaced. Then the track on the sliding side door door broke and the side window latch came apart. When the transmission went out at 82,000 miles the van went to the junk yard. I should have known because I had the same experiences with the 96 Caravan I bought new.
by Dana Murphy on Mar 7, 2008 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Grand Caravan SE 3dr Minivan
I'd wanted a Caravan since 1988 when I first drove cross-country from California to Connecticut. Fourteen years later I had my car. It has been very good to me for five years. In the past few months however, the interior lighting system has gone awry, the transmission slips badly when starting up in the morning, the headlights have become dim due to discoloration of the lenses, but it is still a good riding car, with 203,000 miles on the odometer. I'm looking now for a newer model because I've heard from friends and relatives that they've continued with Dodge through the years.
by Mickey on Feb 28, 2005 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Grand Caravan LE 3dr Minivan
We were the only owners of this vehicle and never had any trouble with it. Other than normal wear-and-tear repair/maintenance work we did not need to have any major work done on it. A truly great van for the family that took us 207,000 miles. We loved it so much that we bought a new one to replace it!
by Only Me on Jun 15, 2004 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Grand Caravan SE 3dr Minivan
Overall great vehicle. Could have done
better with the transmission, and the
paint shouldn't peel off in whole
sheets. If you are willing to
recondition the transmission and
repaint after 5 years, it's worth
by JimmyT on Dec 29, 2003 Vehicle: 1995 Dodge Grand Caravan LE 3dr Minivan
New transmission after 36000 miles.
Covered by Chrysler. Starter replaced.
Body in excellent shape after 8 years.
Interior like new. Well kept.Have never
had MAJOR problems as car has followed
the manufactures service book. Chrysler
has been more than supportive of their
Oter than transmission, only minor,
normal repairs, brakes, tires, etc.
Has been an excellent investment for the
past 8 years.
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