by Perry Stevens on Sep 28, 2004 Vehicle: 2004 Chrysler Town and Country EX Fwd 4dr Ext Minivan (3.8L 6cyl 4A)
The Town and Country Touring Van is the
best money can buy. I have purchased
the 2005 model with the stowe and go
seats. No need to take out the seats
anymore. That is a big plus since you
never know when you need the extra
room. Fit and finish is super. Has
everything I need. I recomend if your
going to buy a van get this one,and
forget the rest.
by T&C Driver on Jan 21, 2004 Vehicle: 2004 Chrysler Town and Country EX Fwd 4dr Ext Minivan (3.8L 6cyl 4A)
I've enjoyed this van. It is a 2002.
It's styling is very tolerable or
perhaps attractive in relation to
other vans. It's power and handling
are large sedan-like. While I say I've
enjoyed this van, I have not escaped
trips to the garage to address cheap
craftsmanship such as sliding door
bumpers falling out, inoperable rear
auto door, transmission computer chip
failure, dashboard gone bonkers
(assessed to be poor little mice
seeking a warm place in the winter and
that chewed wires while they were
enjoying the warmth-???). At 50K
miles, I beginning to get an itch to
sell. An Odyssey is certainly on my
list to look at as an alternative.
A limited-edition Platinum Series is offered as a late-year edition that adds 16-inch chrome wheels, two-tone leather seats, the rear-seat DVD entertainment system and special embroidered floor mats to the touring model. All Town and Countrys include a tire-pressure monitoring system and updated audio and entertainment packages. With the discontinuation of the lower-priced Voyager model, a short-wheelbase Town & Country has been added to the lineup.
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