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2003 Chrysler Town & Country Review
lacurry says:
vs2003 Dodge Grand Caravan
2003 Chrysler Town & Country winning categories:
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Power Ranked 2003 Dodge Grand Caravan worse.
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Value Ranked 2003 Dodge Grand Caravan worse.
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2003 Chrysler Town & Country Limited LWB FWDReview
MsStress writes:
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Great Family Van — It's great on gas. Enough room for self and family. only thing. My tire bust and it ripped my whole main body wire harness out of the car. Very hard to get someone to repair. Overall great car, won't drive anything else.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Enough space to carry yourself and family.

Cons: Don't really have nothing negative to say.

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2003 Chrysler Town & Country LXi LWB FWDReview
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Love This Chrysler! Best Car Ever! — My family loved this car. Plenty of space, great on gas and handles very well. Very comfortable for our family getaways. The children never noticed how long the drive would be because of the rear entertainment. While they listened to the movie, my husband and I enjoyed the radio or CD player. Excellent family car!

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Sliding side doors and liftgate, rear entertainment system with remote and 4 headphones. Great on gas and is very comfortable.

Cons: N/A

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2003 Chrysler Town & Country LX FWDReview
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Impressed, Long Time Gm Owner/driver. — This is one of the most reliable vehicle I've owned. After owning GM my entire life. The interior has room for improvement regarding storage especially in the rear compartment, otherwise wish I had tried Chrysler products sooner. Excellent vehicle for family and style, with performance

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Its been very reliable and it handles very well in the snow

Cons: Storage in the rear is limited, could have used more storage on recent Family vacation.

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2003 Chrysler Town & Country LXi LWB FWDReview
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Drives Well And Handles Great — It looks good and performs well. Very little maintenance and regular oil changes have helped this car to keep its value even with the mileage. DVD works and that makes a nice family traveling tool. Seats can be folded over or completely removed for extra storage

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Nice family or business car...

Cons: might have too many miles...

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2003 Chrysler Town & Country LXi LWB FWDReview
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No Review Title — plenty of room inside, handles nice going at highway speed and city speed, plenty power from the 3.8 litre we had hauled a love seat, a bumper pool table. I would get another with no problem 3 more words today

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: roomy interior. hauled a love seat, bumper pool table, with plenty room still

Cons: fuel milage could come up

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2003 Chrysler Town & Country Limited LWB FWDReview
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Buy It Only If You Can Afford It. —

One of the Best MPVs driven and sat in. Luxury, luxury, luxury. Looks are appealing, and rather well-proportioned for an MPV. Interior is luxurious and spacious, and unlike other MPVs, this has lots of boot space. Comfort is the only item served on the menu with this car. Rides like a dream. Passengers are treated like royalty. It's not a sports car, so don't expect kart-like handling and fantastic braking performance, remember this thing weighs in excess of two thousand five hundred kilograms. Power is abundant, although engine produces rather low output power for its capacity, it is more than adequate to haul this 2.5tonne around anywhere with ease. Handling is much more car-like; even though it is huge it, does not handle like a van or lorry. Driving around town can be tricky, especially during parking, and it becomes extremely thirsty too. This vehicle was designed and built mainly for driving long trips and cruising on the expressway, getting much better fuel economy on highway driving, it also has cruise control too. Parts don't come cheap and can be quite high-maintenance with all the electrical sliding doors and power-everything, just pray that the electronics and automated parts don't fail, as replacement does not come cheap, as well as heading back to the agent to fix it (regular mechanics may not have the adequate knowledge and tools for such a job). Which all adds up to $$$. Nice to drive or be a passenger of this King of MPV, but not too gentle on the wallet. Buying this car is just like buying an elephant as a pet; if you buy the elephant, you have to feed the elephant....

Pros: Superb Comfort and Luxury. Good handling and performance.

Cons: High Maintenance Cost despite low initial cost. Fuel Consumption can be insane when driving in urban areas.

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2003 Chrysler Town & Country LWB FWDReview
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Great Van — I can get to eau claire and back on a tank of gas which is great for me, the engine is done very well. other than that the only problem i have had with it was the water filter went out last month

Pros: good gas millage and really good engine qualitys

Cons: high matenince fee once in a while

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2003 Chrysler Town & CountryReview
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Overall A Good Vehicle — Other than an electrical problem, the van has done great. We have had no major problems and we are at 70,000.

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2003 Chrysler Town & Country LXi LWB FWDReview
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Overall We Are Very Satisfied — We haven't had any trouble up to this point with the van, except a couple of recalls that were fixed in a timely manner. It is very spacious and comfortable for 6 people. The stereo system is great.

Owner for 4 years, 0 months

Miles Driven per Year:11,000

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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

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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

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

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