2010 Chrysler Town & Country

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Got a good deal

by from Illinois on April 22, 2010

I have spend 3 weeks researching, calling, emailing and visiting a bunch of dealer around my area while I was in the market for a minivan and finally I puchased a T/C 2010 touring with electric doors ...
I have spend 3 weeks researching, calling, emailing and visiting a bunch of dealer around my area while I was in the market for a minivan and finally I puchased a T/C 2010 touring with electric doors and tailgate, satellite radio, 110v inverter, 3 section indenpendent air control, stow and go and alot more. I was very surprise with all the features that my unit have in comparison with honda or toyota's minivans also without paying $7000 comparind to other brand with simular features. Even my wife said that she was not expecting us to buy a minivan with so many features. My engine is 3.8 V6. Which has been giving me very smooth drive with very few hiccups. I know that a lot of people have been rating it with low liability. So far I haven't encountered any issue with my units. Gas mileage is not the best but I don't expect much from a minivan. Overall 19 mpgs mix city/hwy. Roomy to all extends specially with one of the captain seets stowed, specially recomended for families with babies, with one seat down you have enought space to change diapers or for the kids to strech stading inside the car while parking in a rest area during long drives. I really like this specially during winter. Interior design visually is very atractive but material is average. Just cheap hard plastic console with no soft rubberize padding as its import conterparts. But is fine with me. I recomend those buyer to research around and try to hit the end of the month deals like I did. Saved a lot of $$$
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Impressed with a Minivan, Who Knew?!

by from Gillette, WY on April 19, 2012

Determined never to drive a minivan, guess who's loving it? Well, the 2010 Town & Country Touring handles well, not a lot of road noise, great room for my 3 in carseats and one in a booster. Love havi...
Determined never to drive a minivan, guess who's loving it? Well, the 2010 Town & Country Touring handles well, not a lot of road noise, great room for my 3 in carseats and one in a booster. Love having tons of cupholders, great interior lighting, good sound system, nice mirror to view the rear passengers, automatic doors are great, and lots of rear storage for the groceries! Owned for 2 months now. Bought a used program vehicle at 41,000 miles. I didn't expect to have the rear seat carseat anchors be off-set on the driver's side. It still works okay to have the booster seat on the right and carseat on the left, but not enough room for 3 in the back seat. My son in the rear carseat can't reach his cupholder, but brother can hand him his drink and has 2 cupholders on the right side, so it works. Fuel mileage is doing well between 21 and 24 town and hwy., which was our deciding factor to go with the minivan vs a suburban or yukon. I do wish the driver's seat went back further. I'm 5' 7", and I feel like I'm a bit closer to the pedals than I'd like to be. But, it's nice to be up higher than in my Dodge Intrepid. We have the 3.8L engine, and it's more powerful than I was expecting for a minivan. No trouble up hills or passing. I did lots of research before deciding on this vehicle, and am happy with our decision. I expect to need to replace breaks more often due to other's comments, and we will be replacing the tires with heavier duty passenger or light truck tires when they wear out because we drive lots of gravel (and due to the weight of the vehicle - as suggested by another reviewer). These are minimal maintenance issues compared to reviews on the Hondas and Toyotas that I read, and we paid a lot less!
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Value for the money PLUS

by from SF Bay Area on March 28, 2011

Looked at Toyata Sienna, Honda Ody. But for the value they were not even close... especially the Honda - way over priced. Have 2200 miles on T & C and have no complaints. Stow and Go - great; U-connec...
Looked at Toyata Sienna, Honda Ody. But for the value they were not even close... especially the Honda - way over priced. Have 2200 miles on T & C and have no complaints. Stow and Go - great; U-connect much better than expected. Have the 4.0L engine. Lots of get up and go and so far pretty good highway mileage. I don't know why the various car magazines have panned this van our experience so far has been excellent. Have to wait and see about reliability in the next year.
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Great for the family

by from Ohio on May 24, 2011

Our kids are older so we no longer travel as a family all of the time. But when we do, it is great! Bigger kids have longer legs. There are ports for Ipods and computers. The fold away seats have been...
Our kids are older so we no longer travel as a family all of the time. But when we do, it is great! Bigger kids have longer legs. There are ports for Ipods and computers. The fold away seats have been used more than expected so we could load boxes and long items. It is so versatile it is a nice family ride with DVD screens, or with seats folded away it is more of a cargo vehicle to take things to college. Also, adult friends are very comfortable riding in the rear bucket seats with us.
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Total Family mini-van

by from Albny, GA on December 18, 2010

As a senior with 32 kids grand and great-grands, my 2010 T&C Touring is an ideal vehicle. The auto/shift forward/reverse/park gearshift of the new transmission is great. I get more than the EPA rated ...
As a senior with 32 kids grand and great-grands, my 2010 T&C Touring is an ideal vehicle. The auto/shift forward/reverse/park gearshift of the new transmission is great. I get more than the EPA rated mileage cross country (27) but only average 18 in town with the 3.8 engine. always had a Dodge Stow and Go with 4.0 engine with cloth seats which alittle more comfortable than the leather but prefer the leather for my smalled tikes as it is easier to clean. I recommend this vehicle with cellphone/video Sirius radio .
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Town and Country Van

by from Woodstock, IL on January 16, 2012

I purchased the van because I needed room for my 5 grandchildren. I love the van. I have had it 2 months and getting the kids in and out for school it great. I love the power sliding doors and the aut...
I purchased the van because I needed room for my 5 grandchildren. I love the van. I have had it 2 months and getting the kids in and out for school it great. I love the power sliding doors and the automatic lift-gate works great. There is plenty of room for kids, groceries and when I stow the seats, almost anything else. Good value.
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So happy with my choice

by from San Antonio, TX on April 8, 2013

We bought a used 2010 T&C. We're a three-adult, one-kid family, planning on a second soon, that takes a lot of short road trips and occasional long ones. We wanted something to hold multiple car seats...
We bought a used 2010 T&C. We're a three-adult, one-kid family, planning on a second soon, that takes a lot of short road trips and occasional long ones. We wanted something to hold multiple car seats plus three adults comfortably, particularly since my mother needs a nice seat so she doesn't hurt her back when we're on the road. I love being able to throw everything we need in without worrying about packing everything perfectly. Even when the van is full of stuff, we can pull into a gas station and while one person runs in, the other can fold a second-row seat in, change the baby's diaper, and fold the seat back out in no time flat. Plenty of room at the driver's seat just makes me feel relaxed and happy behind the wheel.
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Great Deal

by from Illinois on March 19, 2011

Bought this 2010 very cheap since my dealer was struggling financially. Got Limited 4.0 V6 for not even 30,000. The acceleration is amazing, and if babied, the car can get about 20 MPG in the city. My...
Bought this 2010 very cheap since my dealer was struggling financially. Got Limited 4.0 V6 for not even 30,000. The acceleration is amazing, and if babied, the car can get about 20 MPG in the city. My only problem is that the brakes squeak a lot when it is cold out. Overall a great car.
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GREAT VAN FOR THE MONEY

by from ROCHESTER NY AREA on March 28, 2011

Love everything about this van except miles per gallon...needs to be a hybrid. Love the stow & go back seats, back up nav andblind spot alarms...
Love everything about this van except miles per gallon...needs to be a hybrid. Love the stow & go back seats, back up nav andblind spot alarms...
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by from on April 26, 2011

The most versatile vehicle I've ever owned. Plenty of power. All rear seats fold into the floor. Can be used for a Cargo van, Passenger van, Handicapped van etc.. The power liftgate and power sliding ...
The most versatile vehicle I've ever owned. Plenty of power. All rear seats fold into the floor. Can be used for a Cargo van, Passenger van, Handicapped van etc.. The power liftgate and power sliding doors make this Van a pleasure to own.
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