Quiet,smooth ride with plenty of room
for the kids. Has been extremely
reliable with only a couple of minor
problems. To date, 92,000 enjoyable
miles. The front shocks started to
squeak at 40,000 miles, but still
function o.k. and are still on (with the
occasional squeak). The clockspring
coil pack was replaced at 84000. Each
of the two transmission speed sensors
out at 45000 and 55000. Total repairs
(I did some of the work myself) is under
$500. Not bad for a vehicle about to
hit 100,000 and still drives like it was
The trip computer is helpful (and cool
to play with) and by monitoring, showed
a problem -decrerased gas mileage fixed
by adding a bottle of gas dry.
Removable seats come in very handy for
hauling large items. ABS has been
literally been a life-saver and should
be mandatory in every car.
Still the best looking mini-van on the
road! Othes would be wise to copy what
Chrysler has moved away from.
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