We have had nothing but issues since we got it, going through brake pads like crazy, had to replace the transmission twice, and be careful how far away you are from other drivers because the brakes are really squishy, so bad that it caused me to get into a fender bender and now hubby thinks it is totaled! Oh joy - NOT!
I bought my 2000 Grand Caravan Sport
about 3 months ago. I love driving it
and my daughter loves her TV/VCR. My
only problems so far have been a few
major oil leaks fixed easily, but very
expensive & now the transmission needs
to be rebuilt which is costing me over
$2000. I'm hoping and praying that
this will fix the major problems.
Time will tell.
Very roomy and easy to drive. I love
the power locks and power rear
The things fixed since buying the van
new : Power window and door actuators,
exhaust manifold(cracked shortly after
new) , power steering (excessive leak),
front rotors (warped 30,000), onto my
3rd water pump within the last year and
it's leaking again. I took a chance on
buying this Dodge Caravan and put my
faith in American made. Sorry never
again, maybe Buick. I've owned a Buick
Skyhawk, Ford Mustang, Oldsmobile
Cutlass, Buick LeSabre, Acura Integra,
Dodge Colt, VW Passat (all '80's
and '90's models)
Interior of this vehicle has to be my
favorite. I love the roominess and
Reliable Motor, and fix all the leaks
with the power steering, brake master
This vehicle has been in and out of the
shop for various issues after the first
year. The latest is a cracked head that
will cost $$$$$$$$ to repair. No
warranty coverage. I guess the industry
is forcing consumers in purchasing
extended warranties at gaudy prices.
Hindsight is 20/20. I should have
gotten a Honda.