2006 Chrysler Town & Country User Reviews

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    Displaying 11 - 16 of 16 2006 Chrysler Town & Country reviews.

    2006 Chrysler Town & Country TouringReview
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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

    Pros: Complete versitility

    Cons: No hitch reciver

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    Mom Car The Van — I love how comfy it is but it looks like a mom car. The ride to good and there is alot of room. Also love the stow and go. Like the fact that the seat go down it was hard to remove the seats in the older vans. The airconditioning is great gets the van cold very fast.

    Pros: Lots of Room comfy ride

    Cons: just tried of vans

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    2006 Chrysler Town & Country TouringReview
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    Chrysler Blah — I like the Sto & Go seating and the DVD player but the Nav system sucks. Everything breaks. Poorly built interior. It has bad fuel efficiency. I have all ready had to turn it in for major repairs to the suspention and now there is another recall on it. Man this sucks

    Pros: DVD, Sto & Go

    Cons: Week build.

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    2006 Chrysler Town & Country LimitedReview
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    Luxury Airliner/ Sports Car Great For Family — Never thought I would love a mini-van. Traded my sports car for this amazing people hauler. The gas mileage is good, the handling is great, and the cofortable ride is exceptional. Everything is top notch in the limited, you are cheating yourself if you go with a lesser model.

    Owner for 1 years, 10 months

    Miles Driven per Year:11,000

    Pros: Storage, ride, extras,power everything, parking assist,  

    Cons: There is the potential for many repairs with all the equipment

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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

    Pros: Smooth Ride, Reliability, Spacious, Entertainment System, Dual Heat/Cool Controls, Power Doors/Liftgate, Rear Sensor

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    2006 Chrysler Town & Country BaseReview
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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

    Pros: Stow-go seats

    Cons: Overall nothing i can think of

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2014 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

    Less Than A Year Of Ownership And We Love It. By dhoward76

    Earlier this year we traded in our 2005 Dodge Grand Caravan for this 2014 Chrysler T&C. Light years difference in options and comfort. We love the comfort and amenities. New car therefore no proble... Read More

    2013 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

    I'll Never Be With Out One! By aws1008

    I've been driving Town & Countrys for about 15 years and will never not have one! They handle well, are luxurious, and have loads of space. The gas milage is pretty good. These vans have never let ... Read More

    Overall A Good Car To Own By William

    No real dislikes and many things as stated above to Like about the car such as the available room for passengers, the styling and Look of the car. I am overall very Happy with the purchase and would ... Read More

    2012 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

    My Senior Rest Home Ride By Richard

    When compared to other vehicles from Chevrolet and Cadillac that I test drove and priced, the Town and Country offered many more options, larger size, better visibility and overall better value than t... Read More

    2011 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

    2011 Chrysler T&c Limited Rides Well. By volumizer

    If you have 4 kids like me and you need a minivan and want to buy American...your options are limited. Chrysler/Dodge has done a good job staying ahead of the curve in the minivan market, and the top... Read More

    Best Minivan For The Dollar By Hersbird

    The new 3.6 V6 has more power then a minivan ever needed, yet returns over 20mpg for us easy. On the highway we get well over 25, even as high as 30mpg if willing to go 65mph instead of 75. The van ha... Read More

    2010 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

    Very Nice For Its Use. By PassionTeaScience

    I appreciated the utility of the vehicle. It would be a nicer family vehicle if it had an entertainment package. The ability to fit nearly anything inside the vehicle (when seats are down) makes it ... Read More

    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

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