Used 2002 Dodge Values

Select a 2002 Dodge model below to get used trade-in values and retail prices

(Model years 2018 - 1926 including exotics and classic cars)
The 2002 Dodge Caravan is a seven passenger minivan available in two wheel-base lengths; a 113" version and the 119" Grand Caravan.
Slotting between a compact and a full-size pickup truck, the 2002 Dodge Dakota is in a class of its own and available in a wide range cab styles and bed lengths.
The 2002 Dodge Durango is a sporty mid-size SUV that can seat up to seven passengers and is available with RWD or 4WD.
A full-size sports sedan with room for five, the 2002 Dodge Intrepid comes standard with keyless entry, a CD player and an adjustable steering wheel for added driving comfort.
The 2002 Dodge Neon is a sporty compact sedan that offers engine choices running the gamut from economical and efficient to performance oriented.
Redesigned for the new year, the 2002 Dodge Ram 1500 is a full-size pickup truck available with a regular cab or a four-door quad cab.
The 2002 Dodge Ram 2500 is a full-size heavy duty truck available with a regular cab and a quad cab, with both featuring a 5.9L V8 as the standard engine.
The 2002 Dodge Ram 3500 is a heavy-duty full-size truck that comes standard with a dual rear-wheel setup and a 345 hp V8 engine.
The 2002 Dodge Ram Wagon is a full-size passenger van that has seating arrangements for eight or up to 15 with the 3500 trim.
A mid-size five-passenger car with sporty style, the 2002 Dodge Stratus is available as a two-door coupe or a four-door sedan.
The 2002 Dodge Viper is a two-passenger high-performance sports car available in coupe or convertible form, and it features a 450 hp 8.0L V10 under the long hood.

Dodge's popular half-ton Ram pickup truck is treated to a major makeover for 2002 in response to increased competition in the general duty work vehicle sector. The 2002 Dodge Ram 1500 employs new sheetmetal, a new series of powertrains and a Quad Cab with four forward-opening doors. Technical changes to the 2002 Dodge line-up include the use of a four-speed automatic transmission replacing the previous three-speed gearbox. With the 2002 Dodge Intrepid, the 3.2-liter V-6 engine has been discontinued as the mid-level engine. The final year of the Dodge Viper's first generation body style, 326 GTS and 34 ACR (American Club Racing) models are sold as Final Edition commemorative vehicles. On several products, the ‘Dodge' nameplates have been deleted for 2002.