2004 Dodge Grand Caravan User Reviews
Anniversary Edition FWD shown
- $4,612 - $5,123
- No trim specified for this review
- Good storage capacity
- Unbearable wind/road noise, especially at higher speeds.
I had driven a dodge grand caravan for 9 years before getting the 2004 anniversary edition. The previous van was quiet to drive at all speeds. The 2004 anniversary edition feels like there is no sound proofing or insulation. It is impossible to hear a cell phone ring or people talking, without shouting. In addition, the brakes squeal when damp. Hugely disappointing!!! I would NOT have purchased a "new" dodge van if I had test driven it for noise, instead of assuming that it would be like my old van.
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