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2019 Dodge Grand Caravan - $14,556 (Boise)

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condition: excellent
cylinders: 6 cylinders
drive: fwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 90400
paint color: white
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: minivan
While I am bummed to part with the best vehicle I’ve ever had, I no longer need it. Only asking for the amount to pay off the loan OR for someone to takeover the loan/refinance through another bank. Exact total remaining $14,655.01
This van is a tank, with a V6 engine, FWD, and all weather tires it’ll get you through winter just fine. It’s been on a couple road trips from Washington, Oregon, and Boise. I am the second owner, purchased from dealership in 2021 in Alaska. Daily driver 2021-2023, and has been in Boise since the end of 2023. It was not only a daily driver but also a home! I gutted and converted the van and lived in it up until I moved to Boise. It was converted back before the move, everything put back except the third row of seats (I have them in dry storage), and I’m missing the seatbelts for that row of seats. Since being converted entire back of the van has been covered with waterproof drop cloth and anytime our pup was in it she has been in a kennel that is lined with tarp. So the entire back is detailed and clean; only the front driver and passenger area needs a good vacuum.
In 2022 there were several issues with the van that have since been fixed and it’s ran smoothly since. Firstly it began stalling out when I didn’t drive it very far and not holding a charge, alternator was tested several times, spark plugs replaced, battery tested several times. Everything came back normal but it continued to have power issues. After replacing the battery everything resolved itself. Turns out there was a 2015 battery in it when purchased. Shortly after that I went to a different mechanic than I usually used, for an oil/filter change, because my usual guys were booked out for a while. They overfilled the oil, which spiraled into a plethora of issues. It developed an oil leak and a leak in the radiator. Because it leaked coolant it overheated and that’s when I initially realized all these issues. No damage to head gasket from overheating. It took a while to figure out what was happening but my main mechanic got it sorted out. List of new parts below.
It has gotten all of its regular oil/filter changes and maintenance otherwise. Brakes are about 6months out from needing new pads, just had them checked. Needs to be registered in Idaho. Some cosmetic damages interior and exterior. Unfortunately I can’t be flexible on the price since it is still on a lien.

New parts:
Radiator
Metal oil filter cap (more durable than the usual plastic ones)
Spark plugs
All weather tires from Costco put on in winter ‘22
Battery from O’Reillys
Front windshield wipers
Last oil change, filter change, fluid top off, and brake inspection was early April of this year.

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