Brake pads need to be replaced.
Windshield washer fluid pump has failed.
Driver's side power window regulator assembly has failed.
This is an excellent vehicle for moving a family. My fiancee has two small children from a previous marriage, and we have one on the way, so we needed a vehicle with 3rd-row seating. The Caravan fit the bill excellently.
My only complaints have been with the dealer service after purchasing it used. Despite being inspected, it has had brake noise (dealer claims 5/32" left on pads, MD state minimum for inspection is 2/32") and the window regulator failed within 30 days of purchase, which they refused to cover. They offered me "their price" of $300 to install a new one; however, the part is only $130 and installation takes about an hour -- I've done it before on other Chrysler products.
The oil filter and drain plug are conveniently located in the front, as on many Chrysler products, so DIY oil changes are speedy.
The interior is roomy, the MPG of the 3.3L engine are decent (17-20 average). The vehicle looks great and has everything I need to do what I have to do with it. The engine itself is a noted reliable engine; I have personally seen these in service as hearses, taxicabs, etc., reaching 250-300k miles with few problems.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 26th January, 2010