First of all, my biggest problem is the other people on this site who have done reviews, since everything they said, I don't know where it came from, it made no sense whatsoever, and I know a thing or two about cars, since I'm a mechanic.
Now here are the problems that are common on a car of this size. The brakes do wear out faster than usual, but that's because they're just too small for the size of the car, and they should be made bigger, especially the rear brakes.
The transmission, yes, is a big problem with this car, since it's known to break every 4 years, and by break I mean it needs replacement because of poor transmission design for the SIZE OF THE CAR AND THE POWER.
We had to replace the serpentine belt only once, and way past the day it was supposed to be replaced, and we never had a problem with it slipping off, and I don't really believe that comment, since I never saw it happen on any car to my knowledge, or knowledge of my mechanics teacher or people who I work with at the dealership. To all of you critics thinking I defend Dodge, no, I don't work at a Dodge dealership, and I could care less about them, but I do care what you people say about a perfectly good minivan.
This car runs great and performs well too.
I'm still pretty young (19), and to be honest this is my dad's car. If you knew things I've done in this car, you would be impressed too, especially because it still hasn't fallen apart haha!!!
The biggest problem I have with it, is that I don't have any problems with it at all. From what I can see, usually on this site, when I read reviews, it's pretty much dead on to the real problems of a car, but the reviews about the 2000 Dodge Grand Caravan ARE COMPLETELY WRONG, and I think someone said wrong things, and people who don't like Dodge, but drive them, just decided to repeat what that first person said.