A passenger airbag is added to a redesigned dashboard, and new side-door guard beams meet 1997 passenger car safety standards. Bumpers are restyled, and seats with integrated child seats can be reclined for the first time.
Read what other owners think about the Used 1994 Dodge Grand Caravan.
have owned this car since new, have 103,000 miles on it. it was great for hauling the kids to and from college (our 1 college trip is 625 miles one way). the 3.3 v-6 has performed wonderful. i've changed the oil every 3500 miles and it doesn't take any adds between oil changes. the big draw back has been the transmission, i've had it rebuilt twice by aamco transmissions,the first time was at 75,000 miles the next time was at 102,000 miles so i don't know if it's the tranny or aamco the 2nd time. aamco tells me that the cooler for the transmission is too small. besides for the transmission this vehicle was a very reliable family vehicle as i have hauled 4 daughters around with it.
1.63 out of 5 stars
Never Again !
SE 3dr Minivan
We bought our Grand Caravan used with
30,000 miles. Shortly after purchase
with only 35,000, my wife and kids were
in an accident as the tie rod snapped,
sending the vehicle into a spin. Since
that time, we've had many problems
including a leaky transmission, broken
sway bars, defective front fog lights,
a faulty fuel gauge sending unit and
even the motors on the rear power
windows have gone out. The quality of
this product is poor, and it's safe to
say we've owned our last Dodge product.
2 out of 5 stars
When going to a car lot "Dodge" this junk
SE 3dr Minivan
I put more money into this vehicle then what it was worth! In just 4 months I replaced 2 ECM units, 2 alternators, EGL valve, battery, brake pads, and starter. The worst Dodge product I have owned. I'd rather drive an ice cream truck then a Grand Caravan!
2.25 out of 5 stars
Paint and Tranny problem
SE 3dr Minivan
We have had this van for 6 years and
have put around 80K miles on it. It
has never left us stranded, and has
been great except to the transmission
and the paint. This van was garaged
all its life and the paint is coming
off in sheets. Lucky for us, the
previous owner choose the 7/70
warranty, because we are on our 4th
transmission. Thankfully we haven't
paid a dime yet. Over all it is a good
van, just has cheap, thin paint, and
terrible transmission. Come on Dodge!
The Used 1994 Dodge Grand Caravan is offered in the following submodels: Grand Caravan Minivan. Available styles include ES 3dr Minivan AWD, 3dr Cargo Minivan, ES 3dr Minivan, LE 3dr Minivan, SE 3dr Minivan AWD, LE 3dr Minivan AWD, 3dr Minivan, and SE 3dr Minivan.
Pre-owned Dodge Grand Caravan models are available with a 3.3 L-liter gas engine, with output up to 162 hp, depending on engine type.
The Used 1994 Dodge Grand Caravan comes with all wheel drive, and front wheel drive.
Available transmissions include: 4-speed automatic.
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