2001 Chrysler Town and Country LX Fwd 4dr Minivan (3.3L 6cyl 4A)
About a week ago, my parents traded in
our White 1996 Chyrsler Town & Country
Base Extended model for a Patriot Blue
200l LX model. Although we all miss
the old one, the new one is just about
as nice. We really like the way this
one handles and the new improved 3.3
with more horsepower is much better
than the old 3.3 powerplant. All
instrument controls are in the right
place and easy to use. I only have a
few complaints. Our 96 base model had
a few more extras like the 10 speaker
sound system and power drivers seat.
Features that the 2001 LX Model DOES
NOT HAVE. But, overall, this van seems
to be of better quality and reliability
than the 96.
Love the white faced gauges for
odometer and tachometer, the tri-zone
climate control with separate
adjustable rear passenger settings for
temperature as well as fan speed, and
love the grocery bag hooks on the rear
Should have put at least a manual
driver's seat height adjustment in the
LX model. The A-pillar assist handle
needs to be put back in this model, as
does the resettable overhead console.
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