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By GEZ
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2009 Chrysler Town and Country Touring 4dr Minivan (3.8L 6cyl 6A)


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I am very disappointed I purchase this car. Had nothing but brake and door problems. Interior is uncomfortable, but with luxury. The exterior is beautiful. not enough leg room in the third row. Doesn't have much pickup.


Best Features

the radio and tv system


Worst Features

Fix the break problems in all 2008- 2010 Van. It's very disappointed to buy a new vehicle and have to put money into it in less than a year. Also a better side door system.


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By Harvey Smith
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2009 Chrysler Town and Country Limited 4dr Minivan (4.0L 6cyl 6A)


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Reliability has been terrible. Didn't make it from dealership to driveway before quit on side of road and we ended up walking home. Transmission problems at 4500 km's still not resolved at 14,0000 km's. Chrysler told us to get lost in regards to repairs. Overall extremely unhappy with the vehicle in terms of quality and chryslers refusal to stand by warranty. Will be going to arbitration board for compensation


Best Features

Like the fold and Go seating. GHad this on previous 2005 Caravan and for our purpose we found it very convenient. Like serius radio and backup camera, heated seats. 4 litre has good power. Overall a very nice vehicle if only it would run properly


Worst Features

Quality needs to improve. Have owned 15 Chryslers and this is the last because of quality and lack of support from Chrysler


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09 T&C 25th Anniversary Edition
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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By mvan
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2009 Chrysler Town and Country Touring 4dr Minivan (3.8L 6cyl 6A)


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My 2009 Chrysler Town and Country Touring 25th Anniversary Edition does precisely show the progress of Chrysler Minivans. The exterior is very nice and the interior is very luxurious. The seats are very comfortable, and adjust 8 ways for driver and passenger. I really like the rotary dials for the climate control and the center stack in general. The 2nd row Stow n Go seats are more comfortable than I would have thought,and the 3rd row is plenty roomy. The 3.8L V6 is very powerful and the manual shift mode makes the van almost (almost) fun to drive. It has all the great attributes of 25 years of innovation in one luxurious machine.


Best Features

I like the infotainment system, the blind spot detection system, the tri zone climate control, the woodgrain, alluminum, and chrome used in the cabin, and the contrast stitched black perforated leather seats, a bing improvement over the leather used in the 2003 T&C LXi.


Worst Features

The soft touch materials on the doors should be used on the dashboard, the rear climate control should have a screen on it like the previous generation, and the temperature gauge should be on the headliner where the almost useless conversation mirror exists.


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love the limited
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
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By david bushbush9812@b
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2009 Chrysler Town and Country Touring 4dr Minivan (3.8L 6cyl 6A)


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love towne and country looked long and hard at honda ans toyota vans and keep looking for two years and reading the reviews about the thier better quality but in the end feel in love with the chrysler we love the chrysler features the limited has all the bells and whisles we are still learning in town milage is 18 but on the road we are getting 24.8 in the tennesse hills ride is wonderful very quiet do not like the steering respose in curves to much steering imput but overall we love the vehicle think the reviews are to critcal and pro japenese hope we like it in 5 years and 150000 miles when we buy again love love the options


Best Features

side traffic monitor and gps


Worst Features

steering response very slow in the curves two slow responding to imputs controls are hard to see and complicated (buttons)


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Town and Country Worth the Price
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
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By laxer1
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2009 Chrysler Town and Country Touring 4dr Minivan (3.8L 6cyl 6A)


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This is a reliable and appealing car that I have had in my possession for over a year in which it has proven its worth. On the interior the features of the car such as the satellite radio make the long rides more enjoyable. The leather upholstery in the car gives it a comfortable feel and the layout in the car provides for communication between passengers without largely distracting the driver. Each of the two televisions mounted on the ceiling of the gray roof provide a distraction for kids, but I have found that they block the driver’s view in the rearview mirror.


Best Features

Sirius satellite radio and the sunroof. Also, the televisions provide a good environment for children. The exterior of the minivan is sleek, and functional, allowing for a trailer hitch and car top rack. Again, for long trips with much luggage the trailer hitch is a huge bonus and really makes the


Worst Features

While helpful once it is set, the car top luggage rack is extremely hard to move and set in place. The small, rubber screws that hold the rack in position must be twisted to adjust the rack, a feat that takes time and quite a bit of manpower.


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