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1992 Chrysler Town and Country Minivan - Consumer Reviews

1992 Chrysler Town and Country Minivan

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Performance
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Fun To Drive
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By RRTIMM
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Vehicle

1992 Chrysler Town and Country Minivan 3dr Minivan


Review

I originaly bought this van to
transport ladies to lodge meetings. I
soon found that it was not only good
for transporting large numbers but
great on fuel economy. The mor I drive
it the more I want to. It is old now
but I still have fun when I drive it.
The little 4 cylinder engine has enouph
power to climb the hills of West Va and
you can't ask for more than that. I now
have over 170ooo miles on it and still
going strong.
Great for Grand Children to learn to
drive also.


Best Features

Built in cheldren seats make it easy to transport Grand Kids.


Worst Features

Removal of rear seats is a chore for one person.


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Great van for out door
Performance
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By Van Man
on

Vehicle

1992 Chrysler Town and Country Minivan 3dr Minivan AWD


Review

I bought this van for skiing and
camping. Good AWD setup, I took this
van up to the mountain, down to a job
site and never have a problem. All
power option and leather make it nice
for a long trip. Everyone got inside
feel like "WOW", "COOL". I also use
this van to get to HomeDepot. It can
carry many things, full size sofa,
table... Worth the money. Make sure
you get the Town and Country, not the
Dodge van.


Best Features

AWD, when go up to the mountain pass, every car has to stop and put chains on. Not my AWD, cop look at the tires and says "GO". None stop fun on snow and sand.


Worst Features

stronger engine and bigger tires. Boxy style.


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