1995 Dodge Caravan Review, Scott, From Morgantown, WV, US
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Dodge Grand Caravan
| ||Model of the car:||Dodge Grand Caravan|
| ||General comments:||After almost 6 years of use our 1995 Dodge Caravan's transmission gave out at 93,000 miles. Cost to us $1,900. They will put a remanufactured transmission from Chrysler in our vehicle and give us a warranty on it for 3 years or 36,000 miles. I guess I am just one more statistic to add into the Caravan transmission saga. I should think positively since some have not gotten this many miles out of their Caravan before the transmission went. The vehicle otherwise has been good to us. While under warrantly the rear window motors went out. The air bag light is currently lit and I am having this checked out. Rear wiper motor is shot and will have to pay for this. I had new struts and shocks put on the vehicle but it still rides pretty rough. I liked the utility it afforded when our children were small and we had alot of baggage to carry around but with them being older I would not buy another van. SUV is the way to go with older kids.|
| ||What things have gone wrong with the car:||TransmissionBody flexing and noise|
| ||Previous car:||I still believe the Dodge Caravan is probably the best minivan on market even with the transmission problem.|