Is a 2013 Dodge Grand Caravan reliable?
The 2013 Dodge Grand Caravan has a reliability rating of 2.5 out of five from J.D. Power, which is below average for the automotive industry.
What problems do 2013 Dodge Caravans have?
2013 Dodge Grand Caravan
- transmission problems42NHTSA complaints: 2.
- electrical problems22NHTSA complaints: 217.
- engine problems22NHTSA complaints: 59.
- brakes problems13NHTSA complaints: 16.
- AC / heater problems10.
- interior accessories problems3NHTSA complaints: 27.
- lights problems3NHTSA complaints: 4.
How reliable are Dodge Caravans?
They are not that reliable and the model is really dated at this point (same basic model since 2008). The one really compelling feature is the stow & go system. If you need to frequently swap between seating & raw storage space then it is probably the best choice.
What is the reliability rating of a Dodge Caravan?
The Dodge Reliability Rating is 3.5 out of 5.0, which ranks it 19th out of 32 for all car brands. This rating is based on an average across 345 unique models. The average annual repair cost for a Dodge is $634, which means it has above average ownership costs.
Are Dodge Caravans good?
The Caravan and extended-length Grand Caravan have some good points, but have been mediocre competitors for years. However, you can expect a quiet ride and OK handling. The Stow-‘N-Go seating system that debuted in Grand Caravans for 2005 allow both rear rows to fold flat into the floor.
What is the price of a Dodge Caravan?
The only advanced safety feature in the standard equipment of this car is a rearview camera. The latest Dodge Grand Caravan cost about $27.500 for the base version. The higher model cost about $30.000 to $42.000. However, there is news that the company that produces this minivan will stop production in May.