2011 Chrysler Town and Country Limited 4dr Minivan (3.6L 6cyl 6A)
With 3 kids now we needed something with more room. We exhausted every other option, from large cars to Suburbans and everything in between. Trying desperately to avoid becoming a "minivan family," yet find a semi-economic solution, we even tried the smaller SUVs with the tini-wini, worthless 3rd row seats. After all that waisted time and effort, we finally brought ourselves to just "look" at some minivans. Opening the doors for the first time on our Town & Country Limited was as if the clouds in the sky separated and Heavenly, magical rays of light shown through. We were in love instantly and have never looked back. Rides like a luxury car and hauls everything we need in total comfort.
Our favorite feature is the heated steering wheel! Love that when you start it with the remote, it automatically turns on the heated steering wheel and the heated seats. Also, love the built-in hard drive, built-in window shades, automatic wipers, blind spot indicators, the ability to watch two different DVDs at the same time with headphones and mom & dad can still listen to the radio. MPG is great, consistantly can get 27-30 on the highway and 18-20 in town. We averaged 14-16 combinded with our awd Acadia, which is now gone.
Wish the driver's memory buttons also did the side-view mirrors, like all the other vehicles we've had. Nav could use some refinements, but it's the best factory on we've had. The only thing that annoys me about this vehicle is the wheels. Yes, they are chrome, but every other top-trim-level vehicle has at least 19 or 20 inch wheels not 17 inch. Once the current tires are worn, these wheels are gone (if I can even wait that long).
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