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all purpose and luxurious by An MSN Autos Consumer on 02/17/2012. Trim: 2011 Chrysler Town & Country Touring, Owned 1 year.
Pros: The acceleration of the V-6 reminds one of a V-8 but much better fuel economy. Very versitle, tumble the seats and carry anything including a refrigerator.Very nice materials on dash and seat. all the features you would see in a luxury vehicle.
Cons: Tire pressure sensor is annoying. Very accurate , will detect low pressure when cold.
Overall review: Over 15,000 miles and enjoyed every one.
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The most lavish Mini Van ever constructed by Johnny on 10/15/2011. Trim: 2011 Chrysler Town & Country Touring, Owned 1 year.
Pros: The comfort. Not only is it comfortable to drive, I took friends for a ride, and they discovered that the second seats are more comfortable then the driver seat in their honda van. My brother-in-law said he would buy one, but his home was built for smaller foreign cars, and was afraid the van would not fit.
Cons: I have no dislikes, it is my wife's car, mine is a Dodge Ram. It doen't compare to the power of the Ram, but its not suposed to. We have driving it 14000 miles this year, and not one problem, It gets about 6miles to the gallon better then our older 2009 Chrysler Mini Van, but it would be nice to get more than 27 miles to the gallon.
Overall review: The Van is a great Vehicle, not only does it come with everything you need it comes with a lot of stuff that you don't need but make driving it an absolute dream. It is so much better then its Competitors, you can't really be consider them contenders.
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Suprise Chrysler is back! by Novabaron on 08/10/2011. Trim: 2011 Chrysler Town & Country Touring, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: Almost everything. The gas mileage is great (26-27mpg at 65mph) Conservative Design, Good Road Handling Comfortable Ride and my wife loves it. (That alone is worth it). In contrast to the arogrant Honda and Toyota dealers my Chrysler dealer had lots to choose from, great financing and good, top quality sales personnel. The Limited has a lot of features which the base model Honda and Toyota reserve for their higher priced entries. You get a whale of a better deal on the standard features of the Chrysler, rear back up camera for example and integrated roof rack and rails with automatic tri-zone air. Frankly, there isn't much more that I need to be a happy camper.
Cons: None yet but we have only had it for a week and have 1400 miles on it.
Overall review: Beats the pants off the overpriced and over hyped rivals. Its a great van very user friendly and conservatively designed. Its a great American van which a lot more folks should test drive before they plunk down their money on one of the overpriced domestically assembled competitors made of foreign sourced parts.
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love it by roundabout on 06/23/2011. Trim: 2011 Chrysler Town & Country Touring, Owned less than 1 year.
Pros: have had the van for 6 months and have about 11500 miles on it . very good gas mileage, 26 mpg at 65 mph with cruise on. checked milage for 3 tank fulls and over 1400 miles. lot of cargo room with seats stowed. very good ride.
Cons: did not use the automatic temperature control after the first few times. on heat it did not start working soon enough and on cool the fan seemed like it was on high all the time. also do not care for push buttons for the temperature control, would rather have knobs to turn. same with the radio, would rather go back 10 years to push buttons for the stations and knobs for volume and tuning.
Overall review: the price i paid was much lower than it would have been for a toyota or honda. i previously owned a '99 dodge caravan and a '05 dodge caravan and they both went well over 100,000 miles with no trouble.
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2011 Town and Country by LearJet Pilot on 01/19/2012. Trim: 2011 Chrysler Town & Country Limited, Owned 1 year.
Pros: The 2011 is faster than the older models and the six speed transmission is a big improvement in shifting on-demand. The engine is strong, although it does not do a good job on economy mode. (Not unexpected.) The new Town and Country needs additional sound proofing for highway driving. The fuel economy is poor. The brakes are still not good at all. They are as bad as the previous models’. I drove a new Jeep Wagoneer and it has a good brake system. I don’t think I will buy from Chrysler again unless they design a new brake system that works when I need it to. The local dealership has been very nice and will go the extra mile to help. Having good service has been a plus from Chrysler.
Cons: We bought a 2011 Town and Country after 1998 and 2005 Town and Countries. The 2011 is much better than the 90s model and the 2000s models. The dashboard with good lighting is a huge improvement for Chrysler. I don’t know why the dashboard lights was so dim in the previous models. I think the engineer who design the older dashboard have had night vision incorporated to his vision and he forgot to supply the owners or the buyers with it!
Overall review: . I don’t think I will buy from Chrysler again unless they design a new brake system that works when I need it to. The local dealership has been very nice and will go the extra mile to help. Having good service has been a plus from Chrysler.
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