2008 Chrysler Town & Country User Reviews

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linaeitel writes:
2008 Chrysler Town & Country Touring Review
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4

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Great Family Car, excellent for road trips.  Pretty good on gas. Handles well. Smooth drive.

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Brakes went out few times, updated with a better brake pad

linaeitel
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Great Family Car Reliable. — We like the features of the van such as powered doors, captain seats, DVD players. The kids love the van and it is safe.We love the leg room for the front seat passenger . This is our second town and country, Kids love the dvd and extra room.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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smithbm writes:
2008 Chrysler Town & Country Limited Review
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5

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There are so many features to love but in northern mi, my favorite is the heated seats in the front, passenger and middle row seats!

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Fuel economy, while great as a daily driver, is not where I need it to be as I have to travel for work.

smithbm
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Gorgeous And Reliable — As a family vehicle, this van is perfect. It seats 7 and all rows of seats push button stow for easy loading. We even once transported a twin bed with no problems! Once you sit behind the wheel, any thoughts of "not wanting to be a soccer mom" go out the window because it is pure luxury and comfort for all members of the family.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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kenn6789 writes:
2008 Chrysler Town & Country LX Review
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3

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lots of room for hauling,always starts.

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noisy on road, pulls to the right always.  Alignment no help.

kenn6789
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Adequate — Brakes are terrible, very noisy,(wind and road noise.)Acceleration is slow, mileage is so-so. Would't buy another. Also, transmission is very loud and whiney, with lots of rough shifting. Only 42000 miles on it. Don't think the transmission is going to make it,though it has chrysler warranty but will not be honored.

Primary Use: Utility (towing boats, transporting cargo, etc.)

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Malibu99 writes:
2008 Chrysler Town & Country Touring Review
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4

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Comfortable

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Less storage compartments

Malibu99
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Good All Round Vehicle — Got this as replacement to 2000 Chrysler Town & Country Lxi. The new van is quieter. It has more glass area. It is nicer in seat controls. Stow and go seats make world of difference. No more storing in garage or basement and then having to clean. Overhead console is nice touch with each seat having its own light and vent port. Engine has more space can even change all the spark plugs without ripping down head.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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WantNiceConvertible609 writes:
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4

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Roomy, spacious, and comfortable.

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Lousy gas mileage

WantNiceConvertible609
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Excellent Large Family Vehicle With All The Trimmings — Like the style and functionality. Easy to store seats and create lots of cargo space. Interior colors are too light and get dirty quickly. Limo lighting is attractive but rattles a lot. Stereo with internal storage is awesome. Actually fun to drive.

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Charles writes:
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Good acceleration, automatic features, dual monitors and dvd players, sirius satellite tv.

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if i have to pick one, then it is gas mileage

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Town And Country Rocks — We needed a do it all family vehicle. This minivan sounds tough with its rough exhaust and looks amazing especially when washed. It is loaded with all the features a busy family needs like automatic start (love scaring people with that) and automatic side and rear doors. It also has dual monitors with 2 dvd players and Sirius Satellite TV. Combine that with satellite radio and the ability to listen to the radio while the kids are listening to their shows with wireless headphones and you have the perfect balance. Throw in the fold flat seats and the monsterous rear cargo, and it is truly the coolest and best minivan on the road.

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Aleksandr writes:
2008 Chrysler Town & Country LX Review
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4

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Nice   big and comfortable

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people liking these

Aleksandr
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2008 Chrysler Town And Country — Parts wise is easy to maintain. Simple and lots of room to work with in the front area. Mini-Van (3.3L 6Cyl) with Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl Coat Exterior, Dk. Gray Interior. Loaded with 3.8L V6 OHV 12V Engine, Leather Seats, 7 Passenger Seating, Third Row, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, Power Exterior Mirrors, 16 Inch ALloy Wheels and more.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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Aaron writes:
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Love it, Love it, Love it

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Nothing yet

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2008 Crystler Town And Country — This car is amazing. It's like having a home entertainment on wheels. The six speed transmission is a huge improvement over the old 4 speed. The swivle seats and table are also really fun for longer trips. I think the best feature is the ability to have 3 different a/v options playing at one time. Radio for the people in the front, and then two additional seperate movies/music or a/v items for the two additional wireless headphones in the back.

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Jakub writes:
2008 Chrysler Town & Country LX Review
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Nice smell... xD

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FWD, slow, automatic.

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Another Car I Drove In America. — I only drove this at night, but oddly for an American car, it has FWD. The engine was a V6 that had little more than 5 HP. Took about 5 seconds at full throttle to get to 35 MPH.

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Molly writes:
2008 Chrysler Town & Country Limited Review
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Accelerates fast. Smooth ride. Quiet. Rear-view camera when in Reverse. Solid and seemingly reliable.

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Boxy exterior.

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Soccer Mom's Vehicle — The car handles nicely, I almost forgot it was a van. The van rememberance came when making turns. It has a wide wheel base so turning can be difficult if not fully prepared.

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2012 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

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2011 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

Great Family Hauler. By Srb96bravo

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2010 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

Great All Purpose Vehicle By JJKessel

Love this van. Very smooth ride, lots of room, lots of storage space. Kids love that there are DVD players for each row of seats. Huge savings compared to import models that don't have nearly as many ... Read More

Love It By GarDjr

Very handy van to own. The Stow and Go seating makes for a very versatile vehicle. You can have all the seats up and haul seven, or you can stow all the rear seats and haul a four by eight sheet of pl... Read More

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