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1999 Dodge Caravan Base - Passenger Minivan 2.4L auto

starting from $2,240
18 city / 24 highway mpg

overview

Passenger Doors

4

Passenger Capacity

7

Drive type

Front Wheel Drive

engine

Horsepower

158 hp

Horsepower RPM

4,850

Torque

203 ft-lbs.

Torque RPM

3,250

Base engine size

3.30 L

Engine type

Gas

drivetrain

First Gear Ratio

2.84

Second Gear Ratio

1.57

Third Gear Ratio

1.00

Fourth Gear Ratio

0.69

Final Drive Axle Ratio

3.62

Reverse Ratio

2.21

suspension and brakes

Front Suspension Type

MacPherson Strut

Rear Suspension Type

Parallel Leaf Spring

Front Brakes

Front Disc Brakes

Rear Brakes

Rear Drum Brakes

Rear Drum Brake Dimensions

9.84 x 2.17 in.

ABS Brakes Type

NA

tires and wheels

Front Tire Size

P205/75R14

Rear Tire Size

P205/75R14

Rear Tire Size

P205/75R14

Spare Tire Size

T125/70D15

Front Wheel Material

Steel

Rear Wheel Material

Steel

Spare Wheel Material

Steel

weights and capacities

Curb weight

3,837 lbs.

Fuel tank capacity

19.80 gal.

Dead Weight Hitch - Max Tongue Weight

200 lbs

Dead Weight Hitch - Max Trailer Weight

2,000 lbs

exterior dimensions

Length

199.60 in.

Width

76.80

Height

68.50 in.

Wheelbase

119.30 in.

Front track

63.00 in.

Rear track

64.00 in.

Ground clearance

5.10 in.

Turning circle

39.40 ft.

Liftover Height

23.80 in.

interior dimensions

Front head room

39.80 in.

Front leg room

40.60 in.

Front shoulder room

62.50 in.

Front hip room

57.70 in.

3rd Row Head Room

38.50 in.

3rd Row Leg Room

39.80 in.

3rd Row Shoulder Room

61.80 in.

3rd Row Hip Room

49.60 in.

Cargo Area Length @ Floor to Seat 1

99.80 in.

Cargo Area Length @ Floor to Seat 2

59.90 in.

Cargo Box Width @ Wheelhousings

49.00 in.

Other Features


  • 3-point seat belts in all outboard positions
  • 3rd row center position lap belt
  • Child-protection sliding side-door locks
  • Driver & front passenger "Next Generation" air bags
  • Front/2nd row outboard position height adjustable seat belts
  • Front/rear 5-mph bumpers
  • Impact-absorbing steering column
  • Steel door beam side-impact protection
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