2006 Chrysler Town & Country User Reviews

2006 Chrysler Town & Country Review Ratings

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Average Ratings from 15 reviews

  • Performance: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
  • Appearance: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
  • 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: 4.2 out of 5 stars4.2 out of 5 stars4.2 out of 5 stars4.2 out of 5 stars4.2 out of 5 stars 4.2 / 5

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PROS
"ride" 6 reviews
"fuel economy" 4 reviews
"big space" 3 reviews
"storage" 3 reviews
"comfortable car" 3 reviews
CONS
"fuel economy" 3 reviews

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Melissa writes:
2006 Chrysler Town & Country Limited Review
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4

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very roomy, dvd player, cd player, heated seats, automatic, electric everything, fold down seats for more space

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gas milage isn't great in the city

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I Love This Van!!! — I like that it is very roomy with lots of storage. Great family car! Only dislike is gas milage in the city but with a van you don't get that good of gas milage anyway. But gets good mpg on the highway.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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Rdpqkc07 writes:
2006 Chrysler Town & Country LX Review
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4

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Very comfortable and spacious. Great family car and daily driver. Easy to handle, low maintenance cost, and nice for road trips.

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It's hard to be cool in a minivan

Rdpqkc07
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Practical — The van does not have a lot of power, but it made up for it with gas mileage. It is Very roomy and great for a young family. The extra storage under the middle row was very convenient and the stow and go made carrying groceries and anything else very practical.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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07mx5 writes:
2006 Chrysler Town & Country Limited Review
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5

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Stow n Go seats

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resale value

07mx5
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Great Van — The performance, comfort, versatile seating and quiet ride are the best features of this car. I love the Stow n Go seats. In less than a minute, I can go from a 7 passenger van to a cargo van that carries a full sheet of plywood (4x8) with the doors closed.

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shadetreemachanic writes:
2006 Chrysler Town & Country Base Review
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4

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Stow-go seats

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Overall nothing i can think of

shadetreemachanic
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Town And Country Family Friendly — We have had this for over a year drives nice handles good lots of room when I need to haul something the stow and go seats are great has been very depenable not many service issues other than an accident hard to find used body parts must mean they are still on the road. Had a trailer hitch added for about $300. pulls a trailer very nice some times don't even know its back there.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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pashye writes:
2006 Chrysler Town & Country Touring Review
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5

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very spacious and comfortable

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style

pashye
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Family Oriented — nice van for family the tow&hide seats was very convenient that give this van a tone of space that could convert a 7 passengers to a extra large cargo van in a very short time kids loved it as much as we did fully equipped with DVD package it was made for long trip

Primary Use: Family transportation

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erinrhodges writes:
2006 Chrysler Town & Country Limited Review
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4

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This vehicle is ideal for a family. Mom, if you have an infant or young child in a rear facing or harness car-seat....THIS IS THE VEHICLE FOR YOU. The remote-entry doors open/shut w the push of a button. Save your back and invest in this family vehicle. It rides very quietly and smoothly. It is a very comfortable spacious method of transportation, luxurious for all passengers!

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The fuel economy is as good as any crossover or SUV. Driving in town all week I use a full tank of gas. One tank weekly, more on occasion.

erinrhodges
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Luxurious, Spacious, Affordable — I dislike the fuel economy- my only complaint. Otherwise, this is an ideal vehicle for any Mother with one or more children. It made life so much simpler to have this vehicle: plenty of room for the stroller, the kids, the groceries, the dog...and everything else....smooth ride, excellent sound system, overall excellent vehicle!

Primary Use: Family transportation

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Omahan writes:
2006 Chrysler Town & Country Touring Review
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Smooth Ride, Reliability, Spacious, Entertainment System, Dual Heat/Cool Controls, Power Doors/Liftgate, Rear Sensor

Omahan
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Not A Bad Van — Yes, practically everyone who owns a van has one of these. There's good reason. We live over 200 miles away from our families and repeated trips back and forth have accumulated over 36K miles in less than 2 years. Our first trip to the shop was about 1K miles ago. It rides about as smooth as any other van and there is enough room for 2 adults, 3 boys and the kitchen sink. The stow-n-go is a blessing when more room is needed (think 200 mile trip from Christmas and multiple local soccer games). The entertainment system is a God-send on the road trips as well. We purchased the T&C new in 2006 during a hefty promotional time period so it was extremely affordable. I will say, we are not a "van" family but it fits our lifestyle right now, and even more so when our baby arrived in 2006. So, due to our expanding family, we traded a Chevy Equinox for the T&C and to be honest, this is the longest we have ever had a vehicle. It works that well for us. The only thing I would change, as I've told my husband, is they need to come out with a Supercharged T&C. I'd never get rid of it.

Owner for 2 years, 0 months

Miles Driven per Year:17,000

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Christopher writes:
2006 Chrysler Town & Country Touring Review
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Complete versitility

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No hitch reciver

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Great Family Vehicle — Got the big V-6, has no problem merging with traffic. The ride is smoother than the Alero we had before...so smooth. The stow and go seating is awesome, great for a night at the drive in. Only bad part is no hitch reciver, due to rerouting the exhaust because of the stow and go seats.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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dadd writes:
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I like the car very well, gas milage could be better. Good road car.

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None

dadd
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Overall Good — Again milage

Primary Use: Family transportation

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danielmalek writes:
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Great vehicle for long trips and large hauls.

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Not very sporty and still is a minivan.

danielmalek
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Excellent And Reliable Mini-van —

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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1994 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

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

Acceleration - My Chrysler will get up and go (for a van) for a small 3.3L V6. The engine strong. Build Quality - On some things it is solid but over all a Chrysler is a Chrysler and build quality i... Read More

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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

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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