2002 Chrysler Town & Country Overview

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Trims

eL
9 national listings
EX
44 national listings
Limited
57 national listings
Limited AWD
4 national listings
LX
77 national listings
LX AWD
2 national listings
Avg. Price: $5,016
LXi
Avg. Price: $4,813
LXi AWD
1 national listing

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4.15 stars

Based on 16 reviews

Very Good Value For Money. by Chrysler_179
 — 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 ... Read More
So Far So Good 2 Weeks In The New Minivan! by nstr
 — Umm only driving it 2 weeks but love it !! As I have read before - engine vibration and sound is a little noticable when sitting idle but not intrusive and quieter when compressor is off. Once you tak... Read More
Reliable And Convienient Family Transportation by Bigpainscreennamerules
 — 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 enjoyabl... Read More

2002 Chrysler Town & Country Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 15 reviews

2002 Chrysler Town & Country

The Town & Country got a few minor changes for 2002, largely directed toward features and options. Power adjustable pedals, rear seat audio controls, and a DVD entertainment system were available. A new eL trim was added, offering a lower-priced entry point for the Town & Country.

Buyers chose from eight Town & Country variants: the base eL, the EX, the moderately equipped LX, the well-appointed LXi, or the ultra-luxurious Limited. The LX, LXi, and Limited were all available with FWD or AWD. The eL and EX were only front-wheel drive.

Only the new eL and LX trims were powered by the 3.3-liter Flex Fuel V6, which delivered 180 horsepower and 210 pound-feet of torque. A four-speed automatic transmission routed power to the front wheels on these two models, and fuel economy was estimated at 18/24 mpg. The other six models housed the 3.8-liter OHV V6 and were supplied with 210 horsepower and 245 pound-feet of torque. A special towing package could be added, which enabled the hauling of 3,800 pounds.

Most of the raves for the Town & Country were directed toward the upper trim levels: LXi and Limited. The automatic sliding doors and power rear hatch were often cited as favorite convenience features. Owners also mentioned the quality of the Infinity sound system and the new DVD entertainment system. Interior comfort and ride quality were at the top of the list for every model.

Owners of the LXi and Limited models had the luxury of more distractions from Chrysler's build quality issues. Frequent complaints included failed window motors, an unrefined transmission, short brake life, and annoying squeaks and rattles. Those who had multiple dealings with Chrysler service were even more unsatisfied. Poor service was a major issue for Chrysler owners.

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2002 Town And Country New Ignition Cylinder Door Chime Won't Go Off.

Hello everyone, I recently had my 2002 Town and Country stolen. I got it back 5 days later but to steal it they broke the housing for the ignition cylinder and used a screw driver to start it. Anyway,...

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Jmmiller0204
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I Have A Small Coolant Leak That I Don't Have The Money To Fix Quite Yet, B...

I'm a woman in my early 20's so I don't know anything about cars. I usually fill my coolant tank as needed to make sure I don't run out. The reserve tank is a little over the maximum line so I do...

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12christiej
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I Have A 2002 Chrysler Town And Country Van. When I Back Up Or Turn Left A...

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Patrick Paul
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We Got An Overdue Oil Change And Had Them Fill Up The Coolant. A Week Later...

When I looked under the hood the coolant was empty I put more in when I got home but it overheated again, there was coolant still the next time.

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William Foote
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Why Do I No Power To The Instrument Panel, Ac, & Fuel Pump

Yes, I have a 2002 town & country. Let me tell you the story. My wife called me said the van wouldn't start; she thought to battery was dead. Sure enough when I tried to start it the most it would d...

19 views with 1 answer (last answer 3 weeks ago)