by jr on Nov 12, 2007 Vehicle: 1993 Chrysler Town and Country 3dr Minivan
I have had a few T&C'S from 1992-2004 models but the 91-95 are for the best! Got this one on the cheap and it still looks and drives like a winner! Being much heavier and larger than new 07/08 (IMO cheap plastic looking) models its a better buy. Would love a few more T&C'S for my collection!
by king on Jun 27, 2007 Vehicle: 1993 Chrysler Town and Country 3dr Minivan
This van has been great for my family. Still has the original everything. We take extra care with it now because of all the miles and we still get comments "Your car looks great", "Love the interior". Chrysler, you made a winner with me on this model! Continue with the good work.
by kc on Dec 16, 2005 Vehicle: 1993 Chrysler Town and Country 3dr Minivan
Had 170,000 miles when I purchased, had a few problems around 200,000 miles. Original fuel pump, water pump & alternator went bad, but understandable for the mileage. Has been an excellent family vehicle, now has 230,000 miles. Just upgraded to a '99 T&C, but still have old one. '93 still burns no oil!
by Wsh I boht a Ford??? on Feb 9, 2003 Vehicle: 1993 Chrysler Town and Country 3dr Minivan AWD
If one little thing goes wrong the
whole system craps out. I've been
stranded more than once and living in
one of the coldest states it sucks. I
hate the fact the seats don't move and
it difficult to move around inside. And
getting someone to fix it and fix it
right good luck, the dealer didnt even
know what the little light flashing on
the dash was... I finally fixed myself.
All the recalls in themselves should
make this vehicle undrivable! In the
long run even though I HATE them I
should have bought a Ford.
My girlfriend just got a Town and COuntry, might be some kind of touring (is that their top of the line now?). It is gorgeous. Tons of bells and whistles, particularly for the price. And the warranty!...
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