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1993 Chrysler Town & Country review: Our expert's take

By Jim Mateja

Talk about creating a monster!

The 1993 Chrysler Town & Country all-wheel-drive mini-van offers not only abundant room and comfort but also luxury sedan-like ride and handling.

The vehicle is so limo-like that when No. 2 twin climbed into the shotgun seat while Dad nestled behind the wheel, she promptly remarked: “Home, James.”

No. 2 twin, by the way, is recovering nicely at home, thank you.

As for the monster, that’s what Chrysler has with the T&C. The ride is so smooth, the handling so crisp, the performance so lively, that consumers are going to expect this in all of the automaker’s mini-vans, even those that don’t send the heart into palpitations when they spot the sticker and contemplate the $28,239 jolt for the next 60 months.

Base price is $27,529 and the optional CD player and $540 in freight brought the final figure to $28,239.

For $28,239, the T&C offers just about everything Chrysler could put onto, into, over and under the vehicle. Consider that standard equipment includes all-wheel drive for sure-footedness in all seasons, driver-side air bag and four-wheel anti-lock brakes for protection, air conditioning and tinted glass,power brakes and steering, power seats and door locks, dual power mirrors, leather-wrapped steering wheel, 15-inch cast aluminum wheels, AM/FM stereo with cassette, stainless-steel exhaust, luggage rack, speed control, tilt wheel, leather/cloth seats, visor vanity mirrors, dual cupholders, power hatchlid release, rear window wiper and front gas-charged struts with anti-sway bar and rear multileaf springs with gas-charged shocks.

The wide supportive and well-padded seats and a suspension system designed to rule out road harshness without eliminating road feel, get special kudos. We’ve driven a host of full-size sedans that weren’t half as pleasant on long distances. And a friend who tried the third seat in back reported it was as comfortable as those up front, which isn’t always the case in a van. This would make an excellent cross-country or long-distance vacation hauler.

Stop and consider, however, that with tax, title and plates, you will top $30,000 in a vehicle designed to replace the station wagon. A lot of van, but a lot of money.

The one other set of numbers that caused some concern was the 17/22 on the window sticker, which denoted the city/highway mileage rating for the all-wheel-drive T&C with its standard 3.3-liter, 150-horsepower V-6 with 4-speed automatic transmission.

We should note the 4-speed didn’t clunk, thunk, slip, dip or make distasteful sounds, noises or gyrations, for which the Chrysler transmission was criticized a couple of years ago. Of course, we admit that no one from NBCwas along for the test-drive, either.

For a vehicle that can haul up to seven people (2-2-3), 17/22 is more efficient than it appears. And it’s difficult to fault any vehicle with the security of all-wheel drive, especially one designed to haul so many people, often very young ones. But we stopped at the pump far more often than a true 17/22 rating would have warranted.

Consumer reviews

Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.0
  • Interior 5.0
  • Performance 3.0
  • Value 5.0
  • Exterior 3.0
  • Reliability 5.0
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Had my doughts but in the long run very nice car

I bought the van used with 45k miles on it. It now has 145k and going strong. Im not a fan of American workmanship any more and compared to my Toyotas it has been one of the better cars Ive ever owned. The only real problem Ive had is the ABS brakes but teh dealer replaced the pump 2x without charge. If you are active one thing I found out after owning a van its hard to be satisfied with just a car again they do so much.

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