2002 Chrysler Town & Country User Reviews

2002 Chrysler Town & Country Review Ratings

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Average Ratings from 15 reviews

  • Performance:3.4 out of 5 stars3.4 out of 5 stars3.4 out of 5 stars3.4 out of 5 stars3.4 out of 5 stars 3.4 / 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:3.9 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
  • Overall: 4.1 out of 5 stars4.1 out of 5 stars4.1 out of 5 stars4.1 out of 5 stars4.1 out of 5 stars 4.1 / 5

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PROS
"ride" 5 reviews
"comfortable car" 4 reviews
"reliable car" 2 reviews
"fuel economy" 2 reviews
CONS
"power" 4 reviews

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Max writes:
2002 Chrysler Town & Country Review
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roomy and that's about it. Wish i didn't have this .

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too much trouble for these American cars

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Sucks ,big Time,i Hate This Van — i just don't like the fact that these have soo many problems , just one thing after another,and i did own 5 American made cars : Sunbird, Dodge omni,Charger 2.2 , Dodge Van,and this T& C 2002. All did not last more than 100000 without me spending money to fix,from starter,to transmission,to heater. Why can't they do a better job than those japanese cars makers? Since then,i have Honda CRX,Toyota Cressida,ran well over 250000 miles with only cost of oil changes ,breaks and tires.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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MOON5959 writes:
2002 Chrysler Town & Country LX Review
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5

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My Green Lantern Is  A Good Looking, Good Running Minnie Van.......

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She's Running A Little Ruff Right Now Because I Need To Replace The ECU.

MOON5959
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I'ts A Great Vehicle To Have...... — All In All I Give My Car An 8....... I'ts Great For Traveling With Your Family...... I'ts A Nice Ride Ride To Own, And Very Very Comfortable To Ride In........ My Family And I Love This Car. And So Do Our Friends.....

Primary Use: Family transportation

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crumbob writes:
2002 Chrysler Town & Country EX Review
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5

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good milage

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shakes a lot

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Awsome — I had my drivers test in it and it wasso nice I new where the end was unlike my town car which Is a boat and you don't know where the very front or the very back is it has a small engine so it is easy to get around in

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Drlingkos writes:
2002 Chrysler Town & Country LX Review
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5

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I am disabled and is perfect vehicle for me to get in and out of

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None I Love my van.

Drlingkos
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Love The Van I Am Keeping It As Long As It Continues To Serve Me Well. — I have taken out the middle seat and I use it to transport my power wheelchair. I have a very light ramp that I can lift myself so I can go anywhere I like. I will keep my van until it won't run anymore.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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Chrysler_179 writes:
2002 Chrysler Town & Country Limited Review
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5

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Very comfortable seats, nice styling/body shape. Very reliable powertrain.
Has the most extensive features and the most luxurious look and feel of any minivan at time of purchase.

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Power sliding doors and power windows need servicing after 6-7 years of use, but parts are easy to replace and relatively inexpensive. ($130 for sliding door power latch & $25 for window motor)

Chrysler_179
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Very Good Value For Money. — The leather bucket seats are well postured and very comfortable, more so than any minivan in recent years (up to 2012). The engine held up extremely well. Though not the smoothest to start, the power and performance held up surprisingly well through the years. There is no noticeable difference in smoothness and noise when compared with when new even after 9 years & 100k miles. The engine oil seals do start to leak after about 80k miles, but are quite easy to replace. Overall, I am very satisfied with this minvan.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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Justin writes:
2002 Chrysler Town & Country Limited Review
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Good gas milage, comfortable, plenty of amenities, decent gas milage.

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not very quick, works hard to maintain any speed over 70MPH, very heavy and thus hard to stop.

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My Mom's Minivan. — My mom has driven this minivan since 2003, this has been a good car for my family. It is comfortable, "zippy" for a minivan, and very reliable. We had the transmission give out not too long after we bought it but it was still under warrenty so that wasn't much of a problem. Sinmce then, nothing major has ever gone wrong with it. We were a year too early for "stow and go" seating so whenever I'd use it to hual something that couldn't be hauled in my pickup I had to take the heavy cumbersome seats out and find a place to hide them while we were using the van to haul things. The van also has a real nice stereo in it, nicer than you'd think for a minivan. All in all a great family car.

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David writes:
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Great family vehicle

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None

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Great Family Vehicle With Flexibility, Style And Comfort — Extremely happy with ths vehicle for the last ten years - handles family trips, great "Mom's taxi," in town and on the road. No problems with this vehicle that would not be expected for age and mileage, very dependable. Thanks, Chrysler!

Primary Use: Family transportation

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2002 Chrysler Town & Country Limited AWD Review
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AWD drive is kick Arss has nver let os down in all these years. will drive though anything.

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cost of transmission repairs

akhwy1
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Wife Won't Give It Up For Anything — just a good all around family van. great heaters front back and in the seats. engine has seem to always leak alittle oil. good performance for what it is. wife won't give it up for anything. We'll drive it till it's rust or the wheels all fall off.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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Stuart writes:
2002 Chrysler Town & Country LXi Review
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Cannot fault its comfort or capacity, 6 people and lugagge no problem

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Loves a drop of the good stuff, 18 to the UK gallon

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Moving People — Recently had family staying with us, 4 adults and two young children total in complete comfort. It may not be fun, but what it is, is a people carrier. Its by far the best vehicle for this purpose with comfort.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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Bigpainscreennamerules writes:
2002 Chrysler Town & Country Limited AWD Review
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Quiet and solid feeling

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City driving 15 MPG

Bigpainscreennamerules
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Reliable And Convienient Family Transportation — No problems to speak of in 95,000 miles. Power lift hatch contacts have needed cleaning or power function doesn't work. Otherwise its been great. This Family van is FUN to drive :)....well OK enjoyable. The front seats are road trip comfortable.

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A Great Hauler For People Or Stuff. By Craig

Babe is the Big, Blue Ox. Everything I can throw in it, Babe holds. The big 3.8 V6 has plenty of power to get the van rolling and keep you going. The 4 speed auto transmission shifts smoothly a... Read More

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1996 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

Would Buy Again. By Michael

Great van. 3.8l cheap to maintain. 30 mpg fully loaded on highway. Super comfortable leather seating all around and great convenience features. Attention to detail. Little touches that make a big d... Read More

Great Car For Budget-tight Families But As Far As Minivans Go The Japanese Have Chrysler Beat. By Terence

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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

obviously used , but its stands up well for 135,000 miles, decent gas mileage for a v-6, what do you want its hauls the kids to baseball, etc and picks up all of our groceries and all our other stuff,... 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

It's A Good Reliable Van. It Is Very Safe. And Very Roomy. By Liamaydenaj

I like everything about this car except the cost of the parts for repair. It is great for long trips. Especially if you have children. But it is very terrible on gas. Only gets about 11 mpg city. And ... Read More

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

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