2009 Chrysler Town & Country User Reviews

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2009 Chrysler Town & Country Touring FWDReview
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Obviously, I Love This Van. I Just Bought My 4th One. — I believe that anyone looking for a versatile family vehicle will love the Town & Country Van. It is beautiful inside and out. You can load a 4'x8' piece of plywood or a large sofa by just storing the seats in the floor. The ambient lighting system is nice. It gives a different feel in the van when on. The dual DVDs are great when traveling with children and the optional component connections in the passenger area are a plus for those tech savvy individuals. You will find that there's not much you cannot do with this van. The multiple power outlets are a plus as well, esp. when plugging in phones and a GPS that all need power at the same time.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Very practical for a family.  Great flexibility. Sto & Go feature is one of the best features.  Ability to take home large items on the spot.  Overall performance has been great and features built into the car were very nice.  Like the backup camera in the radio gave me comfort when backing out of garage and driveway to know that I could see if anything was behind me.  To me this is the most practical utility/passenger vehicle availalble on the market

Cons: I would like to see better fuel economy, but for something that has this versatility, I can live with it.  However, 23mpg highway is not terrible.

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2009 Chrysler Town & Country Touring FWDReview
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Great Van And We'd Buy Another One, But We Need More Room. — Great family car, good mileage at 24-28 on the highway depending on how much stuff is loaded into it. We did have to take it to the dealer a few times for a CEL, but it go fixed with a new PCM.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: It's American, lots of storage, all the bells and whistles.

Cons: None really.

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My Van — Love it. Chrysler definitely makes a vehicle that is comfortable, dependable, roomy and overall wonderful! I have room for two more kids! ha ha I love driving it because it has good get up and go, especially when I really need it!

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Everything!

Cons: Nothing!

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Very Impressed At This Time. — Excellent handling, gas mileage above sticker rating,new larger brake rotors make braking a cinch. Seems like they have fixed transmission problems from my 2005

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: smooth riding,gas mileage, appearance

Cons: cost and maintenance schedule cost

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Must Consider — This is an excellent minivan by all measures. We all love it. It handles very well on rough roads. There are plenty of options in the touring at a very competitive price. My first T&C has been running very smooth for 10 years and I expect the same in this one.

Pros: handling, ride, options

Cons: none so far

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Love The Town & Country! — We liked the convience of the power doors and power windows. The "Stow & Go" option is so fabulous.- it's like having a truck. The rear power door is great when shopping. Love the heated mirrors! The DVD players are a must for grandchildren! Loved it!

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: We love our Chrysler Town and Country. Actually we bought another one just like it.! It rides like a cadillac! No noises or blind spots. Never in the shop except for routine maintenance.

Cons: Well, it doesn't look like a Charger which is what we'd really like to have! We bought it because we have grandchildren that we take with us sometimes on weekends and in the summer. It has two DVD players and they don't fight when they watch a movie!

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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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