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2008 Chrysler Town & CountryReview
lois writes:
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I cant get view and all information on the 2008 Chrysler van

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2008 Chrysler Town & CountryReview
CherylJWheeler writes:
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Weve owned a Chrysler Town & Country for 10-years and we love it! The rear seats are removable, so we can take our big dogs and our kids. There is a wide space between seats that is convenient for vacation time, bringing big bags of games and crafts for the long ride. The overhead storage is convenient for insurance and registration, with extra room ( I dont know what else to put there). We love the instant gas mileage calculator and compass. Because the second row seating folds in half, weve used it multiple times for hauling large loads like lumber. and there is enough room to bring a loveseat home from the store with the hatchback completely closed.

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2008 Chrysler Town & CountryReview
Tina writes:
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Not sure if I want another van, looks good though.

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2008 Chrysler Town & CountryReview
GuruRKRXN writes:
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Loved it ran perfect nice seating for family highly recommend

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2008 Chrysler Town & Country Touring FWDReview
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Nice Looking But Not As Good As We Thought —

This is my 3rd T&C (96, 03 & this 08), the other 2 were awesome. We basically drove them about 350,000 miles and got our moneys worth on them. This 08 was a different story though. Along with having to replace brakes on this thing about every 15,000 miles we had the unfortunate event of the 3.8l engine blowup on us at 103,000 miles. Of course it was out of warranty so this was a very expensive process. I still love the Chrysler/Dodge products but the blown engine deal really ticked me off with Chrysler. I don't expect something for nothing but when there's a problem with a vehicle that everyone else who owns them complains about on the net, you would think that Chrysler would do something - honestly, I don't know how this hasn't become a recall issue with the thousands of people all having the same problem of the blown motor or blown heads. They knew there was a problem as 2011 came around and all of a sudden the 3.3l, 3.8l and 4.0l V6 engines were now all discontinued. I'm glad they came out and fixed it across the board, but in the process they did nothing for all of the consumers who had this fledgling motor problem.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Great people mover for my family - there's 6 of us, so this is a must!

Cons: Brakes, Engine

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2008 Chrysler Town & Country Touring FWDReview
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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

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

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

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2008 Chrysler Town & Country Limited FWDReview
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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

Pros: 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!

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

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2008 Chrysler Town & Country LX FWDReview
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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.)

Pros: lots of room for hauling,always starts.

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

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2008 Chrysler Town & Country Touring FWDReview
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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

Pros: Comfortable

Cons: Less storage compartments

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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.

Pros: Roomy, spacious, and comfortable.

Cons: Lousy gas mileage

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2015 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

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Possibly a good vehicle atleast I hope. The transmission problems was supposed to be worked out by 2015 either way I plan to get rid of it in a year or so Read More

2014 Chrysler Town & Country Reviews

Review By Starr

Does anyone know if the 2014 Town and Country has auto dim? Tried to figure it out but no luck. Tyvm Read More

Review By Brian

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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my son has two they are both great vehicles dependable Read More

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