2005 Chrysler Town & Country Top Comparisons

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2005 Chrysler Town & CountryReview
Jan writes:
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This van is beautiful and has everything I want, especially room. I would compàre it to the Dodge van.

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Zhongli writes:
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It is nice, I like it,drive smoothly, clean and very good

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Guru9V9GRF writes:
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I had almost 400,000 miles on mine when a vehicle collided into the front end while I was stopped at an intersection. I loved the car and am looking for another. My 05 was a Touring model. I also have a 2002 Town and Country Limited. Both very nice, dependable vehicles.

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Tina writes:
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Very nice interior, and live Love the way it looks outside. Kind of like, Honda Odyssey, Toyota Sienna , Dodge Grand Caravan , all beautiful inside a d out

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2005 Chrysler Town & CountryReview
Ajwynn31 writes:
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This was one of the easiest and best car purchases ever.

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GuruRHRKH writes:
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Everything was excellent, from the test drive to the purchase! Highly recommend!

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2005 Chrysler Town & CountryReview
Cynthia writes:
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Ok But Beware Of Rust! — Bought this car used from a private seller. They were the only owners. Handles OK, Brakes are an issue with this vehicle. Rust as well. Back wheel wells are the worst for rust. Any knick seems to rust right away.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: 3rd row seating is only real benefit to this minivan

Cons: Rusts like mad! Goes thru brakes like crazy (my other vehicles have not).

7 of 8 people found this review helpful.
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2005 Chrysler Town & Country LX LWB FWDReview
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Overall It's A Great Van, I Would Buy One Again. — I love my van, it does great on gas, has tons of cargo capacity and is very versatile. I use it as a daily driver and it has plenty of pickup for any traffic situation. I will be a Grand Caravan or T&C most likely for life.

Pros: Stow and Go is the reason I bought it, and I average over 20MPG, which is pretty good for a vehicle that can carry my family of 6.

Cons: This model doesn't have rear a/c.

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2005 Chrysler Town & Country Touring LWB FWDReview
Steven writes:
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This Is A People Mover — As a minivan, I wasn't looking for high performance for anything besides safety and family utility. I found that, while it won't win many drag races, it will get up the ramp and on the highway in good time. It is a puller...good low end torque that will pull a trailer if needed (this particular van has the tow package). I've had few problems, but they can be pricey when they occur. I've owned a number of Chrysler products in the past and find the powertrains to be nearly bulletproof; and this van is no exception with the 3.8L. Gas mileage is average at best; 17-20 mpg in town and 24 or so on the highway. It has several power options: locks, windows, driver seat, dual zone and rear heat/ac. Is this van perfect? No, but it does serve my needs very well and I'm happy with it.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Stow and Go seats are great!  I can load almost as much cargo into the back of the van with the seats down as I could my pickup.

Cons: While the power sliding doors are useful, paying $1400 to replace the wiring harnesses in both doors is a bit steep.

10 of 14 people found this review helpful.
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2005 Chrysler Town & Country Signature Series FWDReview
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Great Van/family Vehicle!! — I'm not a huge fan of Chrysler or Dodge, but I have been using this van since we bought it, and I have to say that Dodge and Chrysler have kind of redeemed themselves!! I love the way this van drives, it handles great, the seats are comfortable! They don't hurt my back. I don't care for leather seats too much because when I wear shorts the back of my thighs would stick to the seats, but I put a towel on the seat and all is good!!

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: I'm not a huge fan of Chrysler or Dodge, but I have been using this van since we bought it, and I have to say that Dodge and Chrysler have kind of redeemed themselves!! I love the way this van drives, it handles great, the seats are comfortable! They don't hurt my back,

Cons: the problem with the power door locks, however the internet made it very easy to fix!!!

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Reviews From Other Years

2016 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

Review By GoodHusband1000

Same issue. Both passengers door stuck in the lock position. I took a flat head screwdriver and removed the small panel around the door handle that you pull to open the door. Its held on by 4 small cl... Read More

Review By Freefam

This is our 4th Town & Country. We love them, great features, room for all the kids, & have been very reliable. Read More

2015 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

Review By Guru12H8Z

Good vehicle but I wanted GPS navigation ability Read More

Review By Frimpong

Has the most options interests me and most of all the interior Read More

2014 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

Review By Guru92SWY8

We were specifically looking for the 30th anniversary 2014 town and country because of all the extra toots and whistles. This car is missing nothing it has at all, it even has adjustable pedals which ... Read More

Review By Carmen

Excellent features and smooth ride. Safe as well. Great buy! Read More

2013 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

Review By Rose-Maire

I love my white town and country Van. It has heated seats heated mirrors and heated steering wheel and Navigation system and Blindspot system and dvd system backing up back up Camera system and it... Read More

Review By Guru2WTPT

Everything works perfect, was super clean, runs great Read More

2012 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

Review By Jennifer

Clunky over some bumps and turns, mostly loose jointed. Black is gray--pretty dull! Read More

Review By Andrew

I have 3 young preteens/teens and this gives them the room they need to sit comfortably. It also includes 2nd row heated seats and 3 total screens to watch movies. Its a great family van. With the st... Read More

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