2001 Chrysler Town and Country LX Fwd 4dr Minivan (3.3L 6cyl 4A)
Not a bad van. Bought it because it
was the only American mini on Consumer
reports "reliable" list. Very
comfortable/lots of room. Center and
rear seats are removable. The seats are
very heavy, and you have to be careful
when removing them The seats have
wheels, and greatly improved hardware.
Go slow, and it's do-able. Radio
sounded great, but it's an odd-ball
size which leaves you very little
choices if you want to put in an
aftermarket radio. Alternator died,
and airbag light would not go out at
18K, 1 A/C recall. All quickly and
cheerfully fixed at dealer. Battery
died at about 25K. All in all, a great
car to take a LONG drive in.
Automatically locking doors, the fact
that the seats come out, rear a/c, nice
looking, numerous cubbies for "stuff",
ample drink holders.
Seats should come out easier (or fold
into the floor)
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