Customer Review Summary for 2009 Chrysler Town and Country
Comfortable for the WHOLE family
2009 Chrysler Town and CountryJoelle Atkinson - Spokane, WA04/08/2017
This van has made it possible to take all five kids and parents on our adventures. Dad sat in the very back on a recent road trip with the kids and had plenty of room. Movie theater kept the kids interested and the quiet was nice.
New Mini Vaner
2009 Chrysler Town and CountryT&C - Orlando,FL07/12/2010
We were looking to expand the family and this van is perfect! The space is awesome. Fold away seats are great, a little difficult the first time round to put all seats down but great. My only issue is the accleration is not a good as I would like so I would suggest the largest engine size. I have had it for two months and it is very easy to clean despite it's large size. I love all the cup holders! No spilled drinks. My son is very tall for his age and can stand up inside no problem. I like that the seats in the back are adjustable for passenger comfort.
2009 Chrysler Town and Countryminivan convert - Atlanta, GA07/08/2009
We bought the touring edition with DVD & Navigation systems. It has turned out to be an excellent purchase and we are very happy with it, and our kids love it.
It seems Chrysler thought of everything. Comfort, features, functionality, and form are all superb.
Just a few examples - the stow-and-go seats that fold into the floor are key. I don't believe other (more expensive) models have a similiar concept yet. The back seat folds over for seating in the back. After using the rear-view camera you will wonder how you lived without it.
Only 2 nitpicks : Performance - it's not a good fit for a lead foot but hey, it's a minivan after all, so what can you expect? I would also like to see better gas mileage - this van does 18 MPG which is typical for a minivan but still seems low.
At CarMax, we’ve helped millions of customers sell and purchase their cars over the years. In this article, we share which brands have the most loyal followings, based on comparing customers’ purchases with customers’ trade-ins, from January 1 through December 31.