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2001 Chrysler Town & Country LX LWB FWDReview
RockCity writes:
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Great But Could Be Better Engineering — Love the space availability for trunk storage and detachable rear seats for cargo space. Power options are equally awesome. Rear heat/AC control is highly remarkable. It is a fun vehicle for family trips with additional DC power outlets for electronics and other devices utilization.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Power features

Cons: transmission failure, ignition deffects

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2001 Chrysler Town & Country Limited LWB AWDReview
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Decent For A Minivan, But There's Much Better Choices Out There — Just as a disclaimer, I don't own this car so this review may not be the fairest in the world. Anyway, I've only driven this a few times and haven't exactly enjoyed doing so. The styling is as boring as it gets and it doesn't stand out in a crowded parking lot (as my mom can attest). The interior build quality is horrible. The plastic used in the interior is some of the cheapest I've ever seen and it's beginning to slowly fall apart. The car's never broken down on anyone, but it has had issues, including one which involved an engine replacement. The performance is what you'd expect from a car of this size, complete with sluggish acceleration and terrible brakes. The steering is surprisingly light though, which is essential for such a huge car like this. The fuel economy is pretty bad as well. I suppose it's alright for a minivan, and it does have some nice features, but personally I'd pick something else.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Heated front seats, light steering, power sliding doors and tailgate

Cons: Build quality, fuel economy, terrible brakes

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2001 Chrysler Town & Country Limited LWB FWDReview
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Love It — best car on earth, the seating is unique and simply beutiful also it is very comptorable because the engien is not to small for the vehicle and the body does not overpower the accual car itself. v6 3.8 litre engien is reliable and only weighs about 650 pounds. the metalic colour on it just kills me when its all cleaned up and in the sun it sparkles, mr.clean should have this car.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: reliable, comptorable,quiet

Cons: nothing really

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2001 Chrysler Town & Country LXi LWB FWDReview
Becki writes:
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My Van — turning radius rocks! the overall design in sporty, but conservative, real fun to drive considering it's a mini van, not bad on maintenece, lil high gas costs but it does have a 3.8l engine...it'll get you were you want to go, quick!

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: great grocery getter

Cons: i have to make a payment

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2001 Chrysler Town & Country Limited LWB AWDReview
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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

Pros: AWD works great, stylish, spacious and comfortable

Cons: Transmission problems

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2001 Chrysler Town & Country LX LWB FWDReview
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Best Of The Bunch - T&c Model Is The Cream Of The Crop Imho — Sweet ride - comfy for people and capable of hauling some serious cargo with rear seats (easily) removed. Surprised me with getting better mileage than any other 6 cylinder Dodge/Plymouth minivans we have owned, despite being loaded with all the goodies. Complaints about the van include the body metal seemingly more prone to dents/dings than previous years, and the AC dying at 72k miles - a common problem with my past minivans that did not seem to get fixed in this year either. Overall though, this was our first T&C after owning other Dodge/Plymouth versions from other years and we will be buying only T&C models from now on...

Pros: Driver/Passenger COMFORT and ability to haul like a moving van with seats out!

Cons: A/C dies early and van dents/dings easily

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2001 Chrysler Town & Country Limited LWB FWDReview
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Town & Country 2k1 — Despite all the cars we own this car is so fun we take it everywhere from places around home, all our college/university campuses and out of state vacations like Michigan. Our van gets good gas mileage but I just wish somebody would do something about those skyrocketing gas prices even though there may cheaper gas out of state usually. This car probably been in the shop every once in a while. The only problem is one of the doors has to shut manually. The van has a nice inside but when that door is open and our wheaten terrier is out it's fun for her to hop right in and climb all over the seats till my dad gets her out. I just wish it had a dvd player in it. Everything else in the car works.

Pros: Town & Country's are spacious family vans that are fun to drive

Cons: Get a Volvo! Watch out for Hummers they are said to be gas guzzlers.

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2001 Chrysler Town & Country Limited LWB FWDReview
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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.

Pros: Great family vehicle for young kids and trips.

Cons: Quality

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2001 Chrysler Town & Country Limited LWB FWDReview
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Very Good Car — I have had car for 2 years and it works great. Love it especially on long trips.

Owner for 2 years, 0 months

Miles Driven per Year:13,000

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2001 Chrysler Town & Country LX LWB FWDReview
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Good Acceleration And Breaking, But Horribly Made — its perferomance is good cause the mitsubishi motor, but the rest of the car is runnin on its own.

Pros: V6, breaks

Cons: Everything else

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2016 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

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2015 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

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2014 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

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This 30 year anniversary series has all the bells and whistle’s. It was very hard to fine very and I’m satisfied with this selection that I made. Read More

2013 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

Review By GuruRTFXZ

My greatest need was the back up camera and so happy to have it! All the features of earlier models have been improved! I have always felt safe and now feel even safer in the Chrysler Town and Country... Read More

Review By Guru9VC8YM

This van had options that even had me having to ask questions and I have always thought of myself as being a pretty much understanding man. Great van and a great price. Very happy. Read More

2012 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

Review By GuruDV65H

No complain. so par so good. missing floor mats. Read More

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