1999 Chrysler Town & Country consumer reviews

$27,385 starting MSRP
side view of 1999 Town & Country Chrysler
85% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.4
  • Interior design 4.5
  • Performance 4.2
  • Value for the money 4.2
  • Exterior styling 4.6
  • Reliability 4.3
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Very reliable provided there is maintenance

I've owned this car for 16 of its 20 years. I maintain it with constant oil changes, transmission flushes, AT flushes, and radiator flushes. Nothing major on the car has broken in 110,000 miles.


Best and most comfortable I've ever owned

Smoothest riding vehicle I've ever owned. I've enjoyed driving and riding it since the day I bought it. It has plenty of leg room for me and plenty of room for all my grand kids. I love this van!!!!!


Overall Reliable, but has issues

This model is incredibly comfortable and is able to haul basically anyone or anything you need to. Unfortunately, the timing belt is known for slipping overtime and will eventually start "chirping". It's needed to be replaced about 3 times in the 20 years we've owned it, so thankfully it's not too problematic for us. Aside from that, it's been a great car.


Best Family Owned Vehicle Ever

This vehicle was owned by elderly parents who kept it in a garage and spotlessly clean with regular maintenance.


I love it

I own this van for more of 8 years, has 280,000 milles , no problems , I change the transmission 5 years a go, I abuse this van always pulling a trailer full of tools , pulling motorcycle o jus loaded with tool and parts,the only issue is rust under the slice doors. my was a AWD. For this reason a bought a 2001


best for luxury and fuel efficiency

I have owned this model year Chrysler for about 2 years after trading for it on a 99 toyota sienna XLE this T&C is awesome for luxurious comfort and ride the 3.8L V6 engine has more power then any van on the market Simply putting double tipped Platinum Spark plugs in gives you an EPA of 28 City 32 HWY from the old EPA of 24 City 28 Hwy fuel range of 349+ miles per tank and dual climate controls gives you the feeling your driving a cadillac while your in a chrysler seating for 7 persons fold down rear seating and removable seats when you need to haul anything currently at 185000 miles and still going strong will be a shame to trade it in but alas its time for a truck I hope the Next owner will love this van as much as we have for the past year


this is a nice car

i have one of these cars there the best i had one for 3 years now this will last you a long time it also has nce heated seats good for familey


All that style and beauty, but no front leg room!

What good is nice leather, heated power seats, beautiful dash moldings, convenient grocery bag hooks, and nice rims if you can't fit your legs in the drivers seat. The pedal area has a protruding curve under the emergency break that blocks your left foot. That, in combination with the power seats not going back far enough, your left leg will be constantly bent. I'm only 6' 1" and it was very annoying. Beauty isn't everything and that front leg room they list in the specs is a lie. Getting into a Ford Expedition was like finely being able to relax my cramped leg.


Chrysler makes the best Minivans

Purchsed our LXI gold series with 60,000 mi it now has over 170,000 runs and looks great no problems we still use it for trips from Wisc to Tx. My 91'Chrysler had over 396,000mi. My 96'Dodge still dependable 230,000mi.


Best minivan iv ever drove and owned

WOW these vans are VERY powerfulll and very reliable iv owned two so far one limited and one lxi THese are better then the honda oddysey or toyota seiena, i know this because i have a big family and i'v owned one of each my favorite is the town and country