2012 Chrysler Town And Country
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Best interior design

by from Florida on January 12, 2012

Interior design is easy to use and very accommodating for both driver and passenger, and the quality of the interior is very good. Features on base model are extensive, and extremely functional. Handl...
Interior design is easy to use and very accommodating for both driver and passenger, and the quality of the interior is very good. Features on base model are extensive, and extremely functional. Handling is fine, but could be improved, but the seating functionality as well as the stow and go for both the third and second row seating is unmatched in the mini van market. Accessories standard on base model are added costs on comparable minivans, making the Town and County cost effective as well. This is my seventh mini van, and by far the best one I have purchased.
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Great improvment

by from Sioux Falls, SD on October 26, 2011

This is a great upgrade in my opinion over the 2010 model and any previous models. I notice over their 2010 model (Touring with Leather, etc)... Better ride (smoother and quieter) Backup camera is no...
This is a great upgrade in my opinion over the 2010 model and any previous models. I notice over their 2010 model (Touring with Leather, etc)... Better ride (smoother and quieter) Backup camera is not as bright and very functional. Backup warning system and side monitoring is very reliable and useable. UConnect is very good with iPhone. Instrumentation is improved....more readable. Engine power and economy is greatly improved. How can that be? Stow and go seats are nice, but need to offer captain chairs on Touring level for those that want better/safer seats. Handling is better with not as much lean in the curves. Softer leather is a great touch. Get rid of chrome mirrors. This is not my grandmother's van.
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Minivans are cool again

by from Erie PA on August 23, 2012

This is the most comfortable, versatile and useful vehicle for the money. The features like back up camera and blind side monitoring are incredible. The fact that it goes from a 7 passenger people hau...
This is the most comfortable, versatile and useful vehicle for the money. The features like back up camera and blind side monitoring are incredible. The fact that it goes from a 7 passenger people hauler to a 2 passenger cargo hauler without removing a seat is an engineering feat. There is no vehicle more comfotable than this one on a long trip. People who won't buy this vehicle because it is not "cool" are missing out.
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Nice looking vehicle

by from Atlanta Ga on September 1, 2012

I have a 2005 Chr van which has been great to drive so of course a new Chrysler van was all there is.
I have a 2005 Chr van which has been great to drive so of course a new Chrysler van was all there is.
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First Chrysler product

by from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on May 10, 2012

Received a 1999 Pontiac Montana from a deceased aunt. Quickly got spolied with it. You can do more in a minivan than a car! I chose the Chrysler Town and Country to replace it because of the image of ...
Received a 1999 Pontiac Montana from a deceased aunt. Quickly got spolied with it. You can do more in a minivan than a car! I chose the Chrysler Town and Country to replace it because of the image of the brand and Stow N Go. No other company offers this! Quality is top notch, too! I do wish for more leg and knee room in the driver's seat. Love all the standard features (power everything, leather interior, satelite radio, heated mirrors, back up camera, auto climate control, etc.). It makes Chrysler a great value too. Love my Town and Country! You will too.
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Bought a used 2012 T & C

by from Philadelphia on February 16, 2014

Handles great in the NE snow. It is like driving in a laz-e boy chair down the road. Love it so far. It makes getting the kids around very easy as well.
Handles great in the NE snow. It is like driving in a laz-e boy chair down the road. Love it so far. It makes getting the kids around very easy as well.
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First time Chrysler

by from Carthage, Missouri on April 23, 2012

I needed a versatile van for business purposes. I have always been a GM driver. Chrysler minivan offerd stow-a-way seating and that really is a good option. No other minivan offers that kind of flat u...
I needed a versatile van for business purposes. I have always been a GM driver. Chrysler minivan offerd stow-a-way seating and that really is a good option. No other minivan offers that kind of flat usable floor space. I am very well pleased with performance, ride, interior room, and use of the van in my business. Great navigational system and a great DVD setup. So far so good. Gas mileage on the first 3000 miles was 26. Not bad. Great van.
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great domestic car.

by from virgina on August 18, 2012

luxury in a minivan that has flexability for any cargo as well as people. love blind spot warning. Leather seats are soft with great folding head rests.
luxury in a minivan that has flexability for any cargo as well as people. love blind spot warning. Leather seats are soft with great folding head rests.
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Too expensive to own

by from New Jersey on October 7, 2014

Brake rotors inferior. They need yearly repair. Transmission bangs going from reverse back to drive. Trans. Also continues to shift back and forth while climbing a hill. Some electrical mysteries that...
Brake rotors inferior. They need yearly repair. Transmission bangs going from reverse back to drive. Trans. Also continues to shift back and forth while climbing a hill. Some electrical mysteries that cannot be solved. Oil change too expensive cause of synthetic oil. Road noise. Aside from that, seats are comfortable, great radio and spacious interior. I purchased my van used. After a closer look, I realized that the passenger sliding door had been replaced or had body work done on it. The door jamb ( for lack of another word) was dented and original labels were gone. The car fax of course only states what is reported!!!! The dealer didn't say anything about this of course. Getting them to give me car mats was a fiasco also. I'm now looking to get rid of it.
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A bit too much Automation

by from Sacramento, CA on March 24, 2014

The van is exactly what I planned for when expanding my family. This van offers a lot of flexibility in design; however, not having a manual backup for the passenger doors has become an issue. There i...
The van is exactly what I planned for when expanding my family. This van offers a lot of flexibility in design; however, not having a manual backup for the passenger doors has become an issue. There is a problem with a cable failing in the door that means if you have an issue the door becomes a brick. I have an issue that cannot be identified where the door will open a third of the way then close several times over the course of a few weeks. When that engages the safety does not allow the door to stop but will not be fixed by the seller until completely fails. If they had a manual option to overide the automation the van would be even better. If I did not have the faults with automation I would almost give the van 5 stars because it is efficient for the value. Hopefully others have better luck!
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