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great concept, absolutely terrible construction by Mark in MIchigan on 06/12/2012. Trim: 2010 Chrysler Town & Country Touring Plus, Owned 2 years.
Pros: stow and go, 4.0 engine
Cons: brakes go bad within 45,000 miles, rear power doors freeze shut in the winter, navigation unit doesn't work when it rains (had the navigation/radio unit replaced, still had problems with it), the dvd plaver in the radio/navigation unit heats up so much that after long trips of being used it is useless (movies freezing up)!, fuses for adjustable pedals, rear power outlet went bad within 20,000 miles (had it fixed under warranty then the fuse blew again after at 38,000 miles), the bearings in the power doors go bad (nice grinding sound when opening doors), not enough room for 4 children (in car seats) and 2 adults on long trips.
Overall review: For a vehicle that is marketed toward families, this one is not very family friendly. My wife, who is 5 feet tall, could not sit comfortably in the 3rd row. There is hardly any room between the 2nd and the 3rd row, leaving us to wonder who exactly is supposed to sit back there!!! I bought this vehicle new and took great care of it (all the routine maintenance done) Overall I would never buy another Town and Country again. If someone was to give one to me then I would give it away or trade it in on a Honda or Toyota. I now own a full size van (12 passenger) and am very happy with it!
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