2001 Chrysler Town & Country User Reviews

2001 Chrysler Town & Country Review Ratings

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  • Performance:3.8 out of 5 stars3.8 out of 5 stars3.8 out of 5 stars3.8 out of 5 stars3.8 out of 5 stars 3.8 / 5
  • Appearance:3.7 out of 5 stars3.7 out of 5 stars3.7 out of 5 stars3.7 out of 5 stars3.7 out of 5 stars 3.7 / 5
  • Build Quality:3.3 out of 5 stars3.3 out of 5 stars3.3 out of 5 stars3.3 out of 5 stars3.3 out of 5 stars 3.3 / 5
  • Overall: 3.9 out of 5 stars3.9 out of 5 stars3.9 out of 5 stars3.9 out of 5 stars3.9 out of 5 stars 3.9 / 5

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PROS
"comfortable car" 7 reviews
"ride" 7 reviews
"power" 5 reviews
"big space" 3 reviews
"reliable car" 3 reviews
CONS
"fuel economy" 8 reviews
"transmission" 2 reviews
"expensive car" 2 reviews

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5

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comfortable, spacious, silent, easy driving, electrical parts still working since 2001

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Framoccia
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Regret To Sell It — I like all of this car. Will buy another next year. Perfect for travelling of course, but easy driving in town and easy for parking. Very comfortable seats, rear lines as well! A bunch of space. Silent inside while driving.

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Matthew writes:
2001 Chrysler Town & Country Limited AWD Review
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AWD works great, stylish, spacious and comfortable

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Transmission problems

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Awd Town & Country — Minivans may not be sexy but they are the most useable vehicle you can imagine. Good mileage considering it had AWD and usually loaded with kids. Very comfortable and extremely surefooted in rain or snow. Inside and out very good looking. Best car I owned until I got my new AWD Sienna van. Except for a couple major problems, an awesome van. Had to replace the transmission control module at about 70k miles and overheated the engine pulling a boat - never the same after that.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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ahayneswhite writes:
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4

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fits four carseats great! love heated seats and different controls for ac/heating, radio controls on steering wheel are a plus!

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having problems with fuel and air intake

ahayneswhite
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Good Family Vehicle — Smooth ride when working properly. I like that the mirrors are attached to the van instead of the doors so you can still see when the doors are open. I would like the second row to have three seats. not easy to clean the areas where second row seats attach, the holes. the jack that came with van broke after two uses.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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KRLADD writes:
2001 Chrysler Town & Country LXi Review
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3

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I have gotten 200,000 miles out of it

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Got 200,000 miles but with multiple and expensive repairs

KRLADD
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I Won't Own Another — Won't own another one that's for sure. Put a transmission in at 82,000 and another one at 160,000. Auto Seats had problems, shorted out and stopped working. I have one sliding door that chooses when it wants to lock or unlock and the back liftgate only works when it is warm and dry outside. Not good during wet St. Louis springs or snowy winters. I am in a wheelchair so having that liftgate work is important to me. !st and last Chrysler I will ever own--and they were built in our city, but not anymore!

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Brian writes:
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Great family vehicle for young kids and trips.

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Quality

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Good Mini-van For The Time We Had It — We bought this car in 2000 as a new model year for the 2001 with all of the electronics and automatic doors and etc. For the first few years it was great and ran great. Took several trips in it with the family. However, as soon as the warrenty ran out (like with every story) the thing started to have problems. Automatic doors stopped working, we replaced the AC unit twice to the tune of $1800 and the service at our local Chrysler dealership (bankston) was horrible. The van has over 140k on it and is still running, but all of the little problems are troublesome and expense to fix.

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amcgrady writes:
2001 Chrysler Town & Country LXi Review
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3

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Rides and drives like a dream.  Very comfortable, lots of space, great for long trips.

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Soooo expensive to maintain and fix.  Has cost me over $5k in repairs since it hit 140k miles.

amcgrady
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I Will Never Own Another Chrysler Product — The good: This van is great looking, very comfortable, handles well, has lots of power, and is great to drive. The captains chairs, rear bucket seats, tv, rear air, and leather make it a comfortable ride for everyone. It's really great for long trips. The 4-wheel disc antilock breaks are nice and I have always felt very safe driving this vehicle. The 3.8 V6 makes for quick acceleration and can handle hauling all your peeps easy. The bad: Ugh where do I start? As soon as it rolled over on 140k miles, I started having trouble with it. I have 189k miles on it now. I've replaced the transmission, engine, radiator, and a/c compressor as well as other smaller parts. The driver's side rear door motor went first, then the passenger side. The doors still open manually, but not with the buttons anymore. The gas mileage on the 3.8 V6 sucks, about 19mpg on a good day. Because of the mechanical problems I've had with this vehicle (and the cost of repairs!!), I will NEVER own another Chrysler, Dodge, or Plymouth product.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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Jeff writes:
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4

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infiniti stereo system

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van

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Van — it was fast but it was a van and it was just for one person lots of un needed space had some good bass though lol liked the color blue it was only paid 300 bucks for it so that was good

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Terrence writes:
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Good family/grocery hauler.

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Gas mileage, might as well own a Suburban or something more attractive.

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Great For The $!!! — Purchased used for a more realistic price! As a new vehicle they are grossly overpriced considering the Honda and Toyota have better build quality. The new Odyssey has a potential of 28mpg and 24 for the Sienna. While the Chrysler/Dodge is stuck a the same 17-24mpg. I've seen an average of 18.

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25sophie writes:
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space,  handling,  comfort,  reliability

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seats  gas mileage

25sophie
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Great Family Van — We have had our van since it had 18,000 miles, now it has 175,000 it has been great, but we have the bigger 3.8 engine and have taken care of it, oil changes nipped any noises in the bud etc. we have the leather seats which have held up vary well, but they aren't the most comfortable in the year model. It has handled very good and in the mountains has done very well, except on steep downhill grades the brakes will get very hot, its very heavy and you feel it then. over all we have not had any major repairs and hope to drive it for about 100,000 miles!

Primary Use: Family transportation

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mickdev writes:
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Leather inside, seats remove easily, good visibility on all instruments.

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mileage is on the low side,

mickdev
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Near Perfect Family Vehicle — we picked this up when it was ten years old, but it only had 22,000 miles on it. It literally looked and even smelled like a brand new car. It has plenty of room for lots of people and their stuff. The leather interior is very nice, except on wintery cold days. The automatic side doors have come in handy, and it is one of the quietest cars I have ever owned. It even has guts (for a minivan). All of the gauges are handy, although switching the read outs on the ceiling console is tricky if you are driving.

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A Great Hauler For People Or Stuff. By Craig

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Would Buy Again. By Michael

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1997 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

Cheap, Excellent Mini-van! By Donovan

First mini-van, and I fell in love! It is actually designed for people with families doing family activities! So much easier to drive then a big truck or sports car. It makes nice tight turns, and the... Read More

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1998 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

Satisfied And Currently Searching For A Newer Model. By nsm1313___

I am very satisfied with my van. Very reliable and worth the money. I am currently looking for a newer model with more options. I like the leather interior best. My kids like the roominess and comfort... Read More

Excellent Family Work-horse By wpearsonsc

We bought our Town & Country LXi brand new and have loved owning it; We have taken multiple family trips to Florida in the van and we were comfortable going and coming. It saved significantly over fl... Read More

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1999 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

I Love It....nice Ride By thejeepdoctor

Gotta great deal on it. Put used eng in and had trans gone through. Drove 70,000 before used eng. gave up its ghost. Put reman. in and its back to the road. Its been on many road trips. Wish it had dv... Read More

Needed Work But Was A Great Family Car By Sarah

Performance was great, Engine needed LOTS of work to it. I loved the interior very spacious and a very comforting ride, the previous owner didn't take very good care of it. Otherwise, I liked it a lo... Read More

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