I bought a 2015 Dodge Grand Caravan in Feb of 2019. In Jan of 2020 the transmission went on it after only a total of 115,500km on it. After being towed the station here in NS told me the transmission fluid was far too full. Prior to purchasing it I had a friend/mechanic look it over and he said a small transmission leak was there so the staff agreed he was correct and fixed up the leak and topped up the transmission fluid.
I'm not here to say the staff were bad people, I just want future buyers to check your levels or have a familiar mechanic check the levels immediately after purchase to avoid what I went through. A $3000 rebuild isn't very fun, especially when having a vehicle less than a year and 115K on the odometer. I chose to not recommend as a vehicle is a large investment, and when you drive responsibly, it shouldn't go as quick as mine has.
Side note: I dealt with Jason on the sales side (non mechanical), a very nice guy.