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  • 1997 Dodge Caravan Base
    62,412 miles
    Dealer:  (0)
    17.7 mi away
    Stock# 279223337
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    $2,999

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    Est. Loan: $62/mo

    Your Choice Auto Sales of Posen - Posen / Illinois

    Located 18 miles away from Chicago, IL

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 1997 Dodge Caravan Base.
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    20 Combined MPG (18 City/23 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2003 Dodge Caravan SE in White
    210,621 miles
    Stock photo © EVOX Images
    Dealer:  (0)
    18.0 mi away
    Stock# 182099A
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    Bill Kay Ford - Midlothian / Illinois

    Located 18 miles away from Chicago, IL

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2003 Dodge Caravan SE with Rear Bench Seats, Third-row seating.
    Engine: 6-cylinders
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    21 Combined MPG (18 City/25 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No
    Listed since: 01-11-2019

  • 2006 Dodge Caravan SXT in Gold
    159,105 miles
    No Photo Available
    Dealer:  (0)
    24.3 mi away
    Stock# 284252441
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    M&I Motors - Highland Park / Illinois

    Located 24 miles away from Chicago, IL

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2006 Dodge Caravan SXT with Rear Bench Seats, Third-row seating, 2nd Row Bucket Seats, Multi-Zone Climate Control.
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    20 Combined MPG (17 City/24 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

  • 2002 Dodge Caravan SE
    133,837 miles
    No Photo Available
    Dealer:  (3)
    13.5 mi away
    Stock# 276734565
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    Castle Honda - Morton Grove / Illinois

    Located 13 miles away from Chicago, IL

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    Dealer Review:

    I recently had a very positive experience at Castle Honda, specifically with their salesman. My husband and I were looking for a 2017 Honda CRV EX and we were at Castle just browsing. That's the first thing that I noticed, no salesman approached us and tried to rush us into buying anything. We decided on the 2017 Honda CRV EX model and we went to the closest salesman available. His name is Matt. He was great. We were there at 8:30 pm (the dealer closes at 9:00pm) and Matt did not rush us at all. He took his time w/ us and answered our questions. We were able to test drive the car. I thoroughly enjoyed our experience with Matt. We were told that they would match a reasonable price if we can find a better price. I spent a day calling around to all the dealers and found a GREAT price. I called Matt right away to see if Castle can match it. They can. We went there to pick up the car. Unfortunately, at the very last minute, the boss backed out of the verbally agreed upon price match. Apparently, they will only match the price if I go through their financing. I told them that I will finance over the phone, I didn't realize that I can only finance through them. We really wanted the car but had to walk away based on principle. I am giving the dealer a 5 stars because I have to say that I've never experience such great treatment from a car salesman before. Matt was very patience with me ...from all the phone calls, from all the texting back and forth, from all the changing my mind on the car colors....he was very patience. He doesn't recommend unnecessary add-on or package either...which was great. I don't like salesmen who push unnecessary add-on, etc. At the end of the day, it was definitely a positive experience. I learned a lot and i highly recommend Matt to anyone who's interested in getting a Honda.

    Features and Specs:

    Description: Used 2002 Dodge Caravan SE with Rear Bench Seats, Third-row seating, Fold Flat Rear Seats.
    Engine: 4-cylinders
    Transmission: Automatic
    Drive Wheel Configuration: front wheel drive
    20 Combined MPG (17 City/24 Highway)

    Listing Information:

    Certified Pre-Owned: No

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My best vehicle ever
Bill,09/13/2017
If you don't take care of your Dodge eC Caravan you may not have the luck I've had, but for the money I spent this is my best car in 52 years of driving. I bought the van new on December 31, 2001, for $16,600 (if I remember correctly). The Dodge new-car discount/rebate of about $600 did not apply, but in almost 16 years with it I've probably saved $2000 in gasoline at 28-32 highway-miles per gallon over what I would have spent on a 6-cylinder model. I use it only for vacation and business trips, sleeping in the back of the van with the seats removed, and I've probably also saved close to $20,000 on motels. I regret not having cruise control, but in the eastern U.S. cruise is not as efficient as it used to be because there is so much traffic. Until ethanol became ubiquitous in gasoline I was consistently getting 31 to 32 mpg, but with ethanol that drops to 28 most of the time (a 16-percent drop in fuel efficiency for a 10-percent infusion of corn liquor--not the most environmentally sound decision, and decidedly counter-productive in the quest for energy independence). On the rare occasions when I've run through a tank of gas in local traffic the mileage has been about 23 to 24 mpg. I've followed the maintenance manual religiously, changing the oil every 4000 miles until I switched to synthetic, and now I let it go 6000, but I've had no emergency repairs to make. Because I let it sit through the winter I had a problem with mice hibernating in the ventilation system, but that's no fault of the car. The only other trouble I ever had was getting the steering wheel to unlock when I parked on a precipitous hill, but with a little manhandling I was able to get it to release enough to pull into drive and go on my way. I have no rust issues because I never drive it in the winter, save for one 600-mile trek through a freak October snowstorm. Despite having only summer tires (albeit brand-new ones) I plugged right along with my front-wheel drive through that heavy, wet snowfall while trailer trucks and SUVs were off the road on both sides. Speaking of tires, I'm only on my second set, and as of today (September 13, 2017) the van has 126,000 miles on it. Next week it goes in to get the timing belt replaced: I wasn't sure until calling my mechanic today that it had a timing belt instead of a timing chain, and I don't think the manual mentioned that; at least the maintenance schedule didn't say anything about it. I've babied the van from Day One, and no children have been allowed to trash it, or abuse the doors, so perhaps your experience may vary, but as for me I regret that there is no new eC model available to replace this one when (and if) it dies. Now, September 15, 2018, my wife has just taken over the 2002, which now has 132,660 miles on it. The check-engine light came on days after she took it over, late last month, probably to signal that the catalytic converter needs changing, but we haven't had it diagnosed. That happened once before, when mice chewed a hole in a little hose somewhere in the emissions system. Meanwhile, I have bought a 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan to replace my 2002. If Dodge had continued making the 4-cylinder EC Model I would have bought a new one of those, but I'm reluctantly giving the 6-cylinder model a try. I have yet to drive more than 12 miles at a time with it, but if the gas mileage dissatisfies me, I'll go elsewhere.
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