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My 2003 Dodge Grand Caravan was involved in a sideswipe accident on the drivers side. It was parked in the driveway for several weeks and the battery was drained. I replaced the front drivers side fender, door and rear sliding door on the drivers side with parts from a 2001 Caravan, as well as a brand new battery. Now the heater blower doesn't work on any speed, and the power passenger ... Read More
Many years & models of Dodge vehicles experience this. It's been determined that it's either hairline fracture joints on the central connector pin group (which connects the cluster to the car through the only wire harness connected to it) on the circuit board on the back of the instrument cluster which have to be resoldered or corrosion on several of the connector sockets and matching connector terminals underneath the power distribution ... Read More
If you havn't already; remove battery, unlock side tabs of the power distribution box to flip over to an upside down position. Unlock the reseptacle tabs by sliding red bars and take 2 slotet screwdrivers with bend ends to pry off and remove connectors from the wiring harnesses. Look for corosion and clean connections. Aluminum wire terminals corrode to a greyish scale color. Start with the thickest connector which is the ... Read More
Got a 2003 Chrysler voyager parked it at the airport for 3 days when i returned it would not start! I checked everything out in the parking deck for loose connections etc. I just so happened to of pulled the entire fuse box located on the drivers side fender and the bottom of it was severely corroded. cleaned it up the best I could the van started right up. My buddy ... Read More
The heat and air controls only work on high and the air doesn't blow out cold can anyone help me on where to start working
Replaced complete fuse box! position on fender allows corrosion
Did you ever figure out what was going on with your lights? my 1999 model is doing the exact same thing. Thank You.
My Dodge Grand Caravan with 118,000 miles, the steering will stick at times then come back. At first I thought it was the R & P, but the people at steer & gear tell me that is not a R & P symptom. I am iin the process of changing the rear heater hoses and tubes, any input would be greatly appreciated
Have the above code on my 2001 Dodge Grande Caravan. Looking it up it says: leak detection pump switch or mechanical fault. What is this? Where is this pump located? Thanks for any help!
I replaced my power steering pump 3 time in 2001 grand caravan before I was told it was the rack and pinion. It costs about 170 in parts and 200 in labor. But have someone check the fluid to make sure it didn't all leak out. It might be your pump but I had the exact problems. The pump is not much cheaper. Mine is in the shop now. It was ... Read More
I had an incident with Dodge in Canada that I hope is okay to share here with the readers of this topic. Very educational and hopefully will help others when they try to close their old lease. I leased a Dodge Grand Caravan in 2001 and paid ~$500/month for 48 months. I returned it 40 months later without any penalties because I got a new 2005 Dodge Caravan and leased it ... Read More
Is adding a tow package to a 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan difficult? Any advise as to towing capasity for tent trailer and full van?
I had the same problem!! The first time I had the transmission serviced on my 2003 Grand Caravan by the dealer (according to the Manufacturer's recommendation), I started smelling a burning smell - then my transmission started to jolt from 0 to first gear. This began at approximately 25,000 miles. Each time I took it to the dealer, they updated the transmission software and could never duplicate the problem. As I ... Read More
Add me to the list of those who changed the PS fluid reservoir and got rid of the whining and grinding. Mine's a 2001 Sport. I had looked at several different internet sites before finding this comment string. This is the only site that has discussions about the reservoir, as far as I can tell. The reservoir cost me $31 at the dealer parts counter. The biggest hassle is removing the ... Read More
the p0352 code indicate a coil circuit failure. I found that for my van one of the leads going to the coil pack that is controlled by the pcm was constantly to ground if the battery was connected. This means that the coil never charges and therefore cannot fire the plugs. This is likely due to a capacitor to the coil driver circuit in the pcm failing. I don't recommend removing ... Read More
i do not have any service contract that suggests i have a 7/70 powertrain warranty on my car, tough i was provided with a laminated leaflet stating so. according to the leaflet any 2003 and remaining 2001 and 2002 models(chrysler) bought after july 9,2002 will have this warranty. i spoke to chrysler and the only show a 3/36 warranty on engine and powertrain for my 2002 grand caravan.they also show ,to ... Read More
I have a 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan and when it is turned off and unattended the parking lights and tail lights come on by them self. Some time they flash. Also when driving the car some times the lights just go off and come back on. Any ideas.
STALLING PROBLEM SOLVED ON 3.0 I took out the old wiring harness thinking the MAP Sensor connector was bad and found that the wiring to the Fuel Rail connector was fried. I picked up a complete 15 Point harness at a Junkyard for $20. :) Thank you for your advice and ending 8 months of misery!
The connector to the coil can be bad even though it snaps in and seems good. I hard wired it by crimping wire connectors to the 4 metal prongs and extending the wires. It takes some doing and I used a rubber piece from the old connector. You could find another connector at the junk yard and try it. They don't sell new connectors unless you replace the whole wiring harness ... Read More
I have a 2001 grand caravan, I have approx 44100 miles on it-I'm looking to purchase an extended warranty from a reputable dealer where i can bring it to get serviced at a dodge dealership. Any body able to provide me with dealers either online or not that have great prices & great coverage.
Actually, it was the crankshaft position sensor that fixed the intermitent no-start problem. The cam sensor was replaced as a precaution.
Did you find any solutions? My no start issue was fixed by replacing the cam sensor. Now I have a misfire issue that seems to be related to the coil connection. I'm wondering if it is nesc. to replace the entire wiring harness?
My wife has a 1998 Grand Caravan Sport that worked fine until about 12 months ago, we started to have "Not Starting" problems. When you get in the car, either the battery seems completely dead or when you turn the ignition, it tries to start very briefly and then goes dead. I took it to Walmart service, thinking it was a dead battery that needed to be replaced. Instead one of ... Read More
Taking it to a different dealership doesn't help. I've even called the manufacturer and had the dealership manager call the problem center at Dodge. At least you got reading on the coil. This is what they do. The just don't start. Mom has actually taken her key out, turned it over and it will start. We're still wondering if it's not in the ignition.
Thanks, But I have taken to two different dealers and they both can't figure it out. I have even talked with another mechanic that I know and I feel he will not steer me in the wrong direction and he is also unsure of the problem and how to correct it. Who better to find and fix the problem than that ones that specialize in their own vehicles. I am just ... Read More
Find a different repair facility. These people obviously do not know what they are doing.
Hello everyone, I hope there is someone that can help me out. Here is my situation, bought the van new from the local dealer and had no problems for 5 years and 1 month. Thinking that I have a great vehicle I am excited that I no longer have to make a monthly payment. One day mid July 2006 I go to start it and it does not start, just turns ... Read More
The power steering on my 2001 DGC fails when the engine is cold. It happens in the first five minutes after starting, but after that it is fine. I brought it to the dealer, but they could not duplicate this. I am going to drop it off again, but this time will let it set overnight as this is when the problem consistently occurs. I was wondering if any other DGC ... Read More
Hi Selena760- I am having the same problem with my 2000 Grand Caravan...It has happened twice and is currently in the "blinking light" mode you describe. The first time I called my dealer service department after checking owner's manual (nothing) and online Chrysler Customer Service (no references). Dealer service guy had never heard of this problem. After several minutes on hold, he said he didn't think there was any reset button ... Read More
I have a 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan whose wiper arms on the windshield occasionally hit each other while going back and forth. When this happens the blades are shot and once it even bent the driver side wiper arm. Anyone have this problem/know how to fix. I think that I have figured it out after them running fine through some rain storms and then it happens again.
Hello, all. In short, I have a 2003 grand caravan, bought used in Dec. 2003, with about 9300 miles on it, in good condition. Now, it's July 2005, mileage is about 47500, and I'm looking at getting my 3rd set of brakes, 3rd set of rotors, and perhaps calipers, hoses, etc., as well. First brake change at 30747 miles, involved pads and rotors. About 10000 miles later, I end up needing ... Read More
We seem to have a similar problem. We also purchased a 2002 Dodge Caravan (4 cylinder) in December 2001. Our car first began stalling out in 2003. At present, it is at the Dodge service shop for the 9th time for this same unresolved problem! They have replaced numerous parts including the fuel pump, cam sensor, power control module, ignition coil, ignition cable, and some other things and the problem still ... Read More
I don't know if this is going to help. I've owned several Dodge and Plymouth vans. Not for the machinery but for the drive. They are the best in driveability. Transmissions are their biggest flaw and Chrystler and every transmission shop around well and knows it. Every over-drive transmission I've owned has died between 80-100,000 miles. The last van I bought was a 1997 Plymouth voyager with a 3 speed. These ... Read More
We have a 2002 Grand Caravan with a 3.3L V6 that we purchased new in December 2001. In June 2003, while driving at about 35 mph (after about an hour on the road) without warning the engine suddenly lost power and died. After getting it to the side of the road, we had to wait about 5 minutes before it would start again. Then it ran fine until the same thing ... Read More
The instrument panel doesn't seem to have any backlights on the speedometer. Can you imagine having to drive at night and turning on the overhead lights every so often to see how fast you're going? The only lights on the instrument panel of this 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan are the little green LED lights below the dials. Is this normal? Did they expect us to have night vision like cats to ... Read More
A 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan equipped with an electric Driver's seat. Only 66000 k. The seat rail is completely rusted . 1) Is this a common problem? 2) What is the best solution: a) replace by a new rail or b) try to fix it, or c) any other valid proposition. Thanks in advance for your replies.
I have a 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan (3.3 liter, no towing package) that I used to tow my 10 foot pop-up camper around to various Wisconsin campgrounds. We're going to Yellowstone park this summer, and I'm not confident about my van's ability to handle the trip while towing the pop-up. What are my options? Can I get a towing package installed? How much would it cost?
I bought a 2001 Grand Caravan about three weeks ago. two of those weeks it has been in the shop. Two days after getting it home, the speedo started bouncing around, and then pegged itself under the zero. Before I could get it back to the dealer, the Tach started bouncing as well, and I started having shifting problems. I figured it was the speed sensor and took it in. they ... Read More
Agree. My 2002 T&C LX door locks do not recess like the door locks formerly did in the 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE; there is no carpet on the front doors between the armrest and the window; no carpet at the bottom of the front doors; the ignition switch no longer has the luminous ring around it in 2002 vs 1999. These deletions are not smart if DC wants to keep ... Read More
In 2001 we bought a new Grand Caravan ES with with all the bells and whistles. What we've found out is that the quality of the bells and whistles is pretty poor. So far with only 68K miles we've had to replace a power window motor for $250 and a whole power seat assembly. for $465. Note the power seat assembly is all one part with 3 motors and all the ... Read More
WOW...your 2001 GC EX has been even worse than my 1970 Dodge van was. It took me 30 years to have that bad experience fade enough in my memory to get another Chrysler product. Two of my 3 sons now drive Dodge Grand Caravans and I own a 2002 Chrysler T&C.
I own a 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan EX, unfortunately. Thirteen times to the shop in 3 and 1/2 years. Chrysler and the Dealer have treated us very poorly. Our lastest problems have been electrical, Transmission Control Module, ABS Module, Front Control Module, and Headlight Switch. I'll never buy another Chrysler product, nor will any of my 5 children. Check out the problems that I've encountered over the last 3 and 1/2 ... Read More
If you like Nissan and have good experience, buy the Quest. Warranty work on either the Quest or GC SXT is NOT very likely to be needed. BUY the vehicle that you like the best and do not worry about a possible need for warranty work. I had very bad experience with a 1970 Dodge van and said I would never own another Chrysler product. Now some 30 years after getting ... Read More
I would be concerned as to why it has such low mileage. You might want to ask some questions about that. I believe the mileage for a 1998 should be anywhere from 65,000 to 73,000 miles. I highly recommend the Consumer Reports Used Car book. It has a lot of information, a check list and questions to ask regarding a used vechicle. I used this when purchasing our 2001 GC. It ... Read More
My 2001 Dodge GC now has 50k miles on it with very few problems. The only problem we have had is about a month ago we took it in to the dealership to fix a broken lock. Does anyone know if the foglamps are "aim"-able? The one of the drivers side is aimed VERY high, higher than the normal headlight. I haven't had a chance to take a look to see ... Read More
I second that jpelder. We have the EX and love it. It was bought used with only 37,020 miles to which we have over 42,400 miles now. We bought the bumper to bumper maximum care warranty to 70,000 miles or May 2007. Sunburn make sure to read up and do research on all vans being considered before making your choice. Then go and test drive each of them. Make sure to ... Read More
2nd row 2005 GC SXT seats MORE comfortable than my son's 2002 GC Sport 2nd row bucket seats. I think my other son's 2001 Ody EX 2nd row seats are a little more comfortable than either Grand Caravan. Front seats of all 3 are equally comfortable but 3rd row seats of 2005 GC SXT are more comfortable than the 3rd row seats of the 2002 GC Sport or the 3rd row ... Read More
Me and my Wife just purchased a 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan EX in September 2003 with only 37,027 miles. We really love our van a lot, but was wondering how it handles in snow? We live in the windy city, Chicago, and can get a lot of snow. Any feed back would be appreciated especially for the same make and model as ours.
This copy of a letter is self-explanatory. Anyone else come across this problem? Any suggestions? "DODGE MINIVAN BRAKE DESIGN PROBLEM Despite my wife’s mild and careful driving style, our 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan has for the second time in 24,000 miles of lightly laden suburban use (not in mountains) gradually developed uneven braking said to be because of warped rotors (all round on this model). Machining the rotors under warranty solved ... Read More
My Passenger Side 2001 Grand Caravan Door opens and stays locked open intermittently. The only way to close is is to wrestle it closed. I have a block of wood in there to keep it from opening all the way, so I can use the door manually. The Local Dodge Dealer (Smithaven Dodge, Lake Grove,NY) told they would have to replace the whole latch assembly at $800.00 plus. The problem started ... Read More
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This month's Long-Term Road Test:2001 Dodge Grand Caravan is mostly about the trip to the dealer for the 30.000 mile service, but the first paragraph sums the ride up nicely (they don't say if the CEO is responsible for the dent, LOL). Steve Host SUVs, Vans and Aftermarket & Accessories Message Boards
A regional manager in the northeast has offered to do a voluntary buyback on my 2001 Grand Caravan ES AWD. They are offering difference in sticker plus .30 per mile (20K miles). There is a rebate being offered but not answer on that question. I have sent letters to the Head of NA Sales and the President in Germany. The offer was made before the President received the letter. Any suggestions ... Read More
Have a problem with the braking system of a 2001 GC since I purchased the van. The squeaking, humming and now the failing of the brakes. Anyone have problems with the brakes failing to hold the car?
Well, I tried to give Chrysler a fair shake. I bought a 1999 Dodge Grand Caravan Sport new in '99. The trans had to be rebuilt under warranty at 32,000 miles last September. It currently has 36,167 mile on it. I had it to the dealer last week to cover concerns I had under the warranty before it expired at 36,000 miles. Today the wife comes home and the check engine ... Read More
In 2001, Dodge called it the Grand Caravan EX. The 2002 Caravan brochure calls them the eC, eL, and eX on pages 20 and 21 where Standard features and options are shown and pages 22 and 23 where Colors, wheels and accessories are shown. I have not yet seen a 2002 Voyager/Town and Country brochure so it may be that Chrysler models are labeled differently than Dodge. The announcement in the ... Read More
I have just purchased a 2001 GC and would like to upgrade the stereo. I have the cass and would like add a CD Changer or comb CD/Cass Radio. Other than the dealer, is there any sites or places that would be good to check out for MOPAR/DC equipment?
HI, Bought a 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan EX in July. Didn't notice anything on the test drive, nice features, nice van. Out on the road later I noticed a jerking motion whenever the van would shift into overdrive around 45 mph and would continue (not as noticeable) at higher speeds as well, almost like the engine was skipping or like driving a stick shift too slow for the gear you're in. ... Read More
We own a 1998 Dodge Grand Caravan Sport and a 2001 Mazda MPV. I was fairly happy with the GC but after a year of MPV ownership and not once having brought it in for anything other than an oil change, I think back to the many times and multiple visits to my dealership's inept service department to repair loose interior panels, defective speakers, broken locks, and other assorted rattles, and ... Read More
We purchased our GC in May and we just love it. We test drove almost every minivan on the market and nothing else came close. I'm really wondering if Daimler had some engineering influence here. Whatever the formula is...it's working wonders.
My brother and his family were on their way back from vacation in their 3week-old GC, and they experienced major engine trouble. They were stranded along the interstate(with a 4-yr old). The van is currently at the dealership where the early prognosis is a thrown rod, and major resulting damage. Does anyone here familiar with Dodge think that he may get a new van? I don't know because I've never had ... Read More
The "02" was/is an "01"? quote: DODGE GRAND CARAVAN CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY 2002 models Vehicle tested: 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan Sport http://www.hwysafety.org/vehicle_ratings/ce/html/0102_02.htm A third test was conducted after DaimlerChrysler made a design change to fix the fuel tank fitting and retrofitted a 2001 model with the redesign (2002 models include the modification). Examination of the redesigned fitting after the third test indicates no damage. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ so? fix/replace my fitting, ... Read More
OK, I have a question..... I'm in the market; looking very seriously at D-C minivans. I've pretty much ruled-out 2000 vans (see previous post), but I am trying to keep the cost down. I'm waiting to see if D-C sweetens their incentives next week. I think so anyway. But, I have a question, and perhaps those of you who watch things mini van will be knowledgeable in this area. Especially dealer-related ... Read More
Anyone who claims the pre-1996 Grand Caravan did not have tranny problems is either misinformed or delusional. Tranny failures on these cars were the norm! Check any compiled list of repair records for the Grand Caravan. For the Caravan, esp., the 4-cyl. version, the rate of Tranny failure was much lower. The number of 1996-2001 DC Tranny failures does not seem to be high. The 1996-1997 4 cyl. Mitsubishi engines, however, ... Read More
We are selling our 1992 Grand Caravan LE. This was a very good van for us. Never had the Tranny problems everyone eludes to. But I have to say I am very diligent in the area of maintenance. I service my own vehicles even though I can afford for others to work on them. I don't trust the work people do today. My wife wanted a new van so we got ... Read More
I'm interested in purchasing this van and was wondering what people were getting for deals out there? - please let me know what options you added and the price you paid out the door. Also, Has anyone with a 2001 Grand Caravan had any transmission problems? I've read some of the boards on Edmunds regarding the transmission problems in the 2000 and earlier models and was wondering if they've been cleared ... Read More
I have also tried Internet Explorer in case it was something in my Opera browser that is causing the problem, but no luck. I simply cannot get to the reviews section. No mention of a section called "reviews" occurs on the home page I get (www.edmunds.com). All I see is the option for "road tests."If I click that I am taken here: http://www.edmunds.com/roadtests/?id=nav5B The main title says "Automotive Reviews." On that ... Read More
If I'm not mistaken, doesn't the Odyssey LX and Toyota Sienna LE have the same black strips or moldings along the side that you are talking about? If I'm not mistaken, you have to move up to the Odyssey EX, Toyota Sienna XLE, Dodge Grand Caravan EX, the Dodge Grand Caravan ES, or ANY of the Town & Country's to get body colored moldings. Also I believe the 1999 Dodge Grand ... Read More
We love our 99 GC SE but feel 2001 are not as nice except in top of the line trim levels. I also think the dash of the earlier models is more attractive than 2001 DC minivans. The larger cargo area in the Odyssey would have been better for us on recent trip as all of the luggage (food, etc) would have fit behind the 3rd seat whereas in our GC ... Read More
My husband and I are in the market for a new minivan and have narrowed it down to the 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan or the 2001 Chrysler Town & Country (not sure exactly which trim levels yet). These two vans seem identical! How do you choose?
I recently bought a 2001 Grand Caravan EX. I also own a 1987 Plymouth Voyager LE with 241,000 miles (Original engine & transmission). I have a prostate condition that makes me sensitive to road feel. Something other folks like. I've noticed that my power driver seat in my 2001 is more uncomfortable than the power driver seat in my Voyager. Someone told me that one of the causes is that the ... Read More
Hi guys, I am new to the forum. I have a Dodge Grand caravan ES AWD 2001. I have made 7000 miles. I have read through most of your messages. I am familiar with most of your concerns and observations. I have noticed the 2100 rpm vib-in my case it is more like a HUM or DRONE noise. MORE CONCERNING however seems to be a radiator FAN VIBRATION that is felt ... Read More
As 2001 Grand Caravan Sport looks cheaper than my 1999 GC SE and has no Trip Computer option and a narrow, cheap rub strip on the side. I think the Chrysler versions are more attractive than the Dodge clone. We have had zero problems with our excellent 1999 GC SE in 24 months and dealer service is OUTSTANDING. It pisses me off that Dodge was so cheap to take off the ... Read More
"The new Grand Caravan is clear proof that Chrysler got blindsided by the Odyssey and Mazda MPV, and by the time the company can roll a better minivan onto showroom floors, buyers will also be choosing from new models made by Ford, GM, Nissan and Toyota. Whoopsee." 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan Steve Host Vans, SUVs, and Aftermarket & Accessories message boards
I'm finally giving up on this vehicle. 1997 GC (3.8L 4spd) is just back from it's sixth unscheduled maintenance at 54,000 miles. Two transmissions, whacky wipers, radio problems, two oxygen sensors, speedo problems, several recalls, and now an abusive dealership. I've been a staunch supporter of this product because of good ergonomic design and excellent driveability. I really wanted to buy a 2001 GC or T&C, love the styling, but I ... Read More
I have a 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan ES 3.8L FWD. I stalls out a couple of times after sitting overnight. Seems to stop when it warms up. Always seems to stall during backup operation or stopping at a stop sign before the vechile warms up. Also am having some issues with the one of the power sliding doors. Anyone having these same issues???
abeali -- to clarify, mine is a Grand Caravan -- 2001 Dodge GC ES AWD. So it's not just the T&Cs. Thanks for adding your experiences to the mix. --rolfe.
As a soon to be former Windstar owner, (as soon as I can sell it), what other problems, (other than the noise) have people had with the 2001 Dodge Grand Caravan. I am looking at a DC Sport with 3.3 or the EX when it hits the dealers in our area. I have driven a GC Sport and was completely overwhelmed. The fit, finish and detail was so much better than ... Read More
To pgs_28 and rolfe2 ... It was interesting to see your discussions back and forth on the FWD. I wanted to add for your benefit that I have test drove two FWD Dodge Grand Caravans WITH the 3.8L engine, the towing group, and the load leveling feature, and neither one had the vibration issue at 2100 RPM. I bought the second of the two and have been driving it for a ... Read More
OK... well... guess I know what dmathews was referring to now... the 4000.00 total repair cost for all of the 4 bumper tests on the DC.. HOWEVER... does this rear bumper 2000.00 portion have something to do with the electronic lift gate?? Just curious... I will STILL wait to see the actual crash ratings... because as many car manufacturers noted in their responses to the bumper tests... the interior passenger safety ... Read More
Does anybody know when thw 2001 models will have safety crash tests done? Should the new ones do better than the old ones??? Really like our Dodge dealer and want to buy a Grand Caravan or maybe a Town/Country but with recent small additions also want the best in safety and dont want to buy a Ford! (Burned 2 times already).
Well, Mom, we are in similar situations as your family: live in Western WA, have a baby and a 3yr old, and travel over the mountain passes fairly infrequently. We purchased a 2001 AWD LXi with the split bench in back and tricked it up to almost all the features of a Limited. We also had test driven the near equivalent AWD Grand Caravan model. It just seemed a little noisier ... Read More
This is my first post to the van section, also own a Tahoe so I'm usually in the SUV arena... With twins on the way, needed something more "user friendly" than the Tahoe. Looked at the Honda, Ford, Chrysler, Toyota and Oldsmobile. The Chrysler/Dodge twins are hard to beat. At first I lobbied for the Honda, reliability, resale and build quality at the top of my lists. After a good look ... Read More
Does anybody know if the 2001 town and country LXi is as quiet as the 2001 Limited. Are there different levels of sound insulation put in the various models within the town and country van line-up. Am also considering the dodge grand caravan ES. Can I assume the ES is as quiet as the town and country? Also do the dodge grand caravan and town and country ride as well as ... Read More
My local Dodge dealer is selling 2001 Grand Caravan Sport for $21960 +tax+tags only. Some sort of special fleet deal. Anyway, the new car handles much better than the previous one. It's much more solid and you don't notice any body roll during corners on the freeway off ramp. Braking seems much improved. You no longer feel like you a learch forward on hard brakes. In comparsion, the toyota siena has ... Read More
Sounds like the 2001 town and country LXi only comes in blue or taupe leather. Does the 2001 dodge grand caravan come with tan(beige) leather?