Customer Review Summary for 2009 Chrysler Town and Country
Tony - Yorba Linda, California01/18/2012
This is our 2nd Dodge / Chrysler Minivan. These vehicles are a great value, sturdy and roomy. It is a perfect vehicle for taking out a family of 5 or more for trips. Very comfortable and smooth ride.
Comfortable for the WHOLE family
Joelle 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.
I LOVE my van !
Doodlebug - Clarksville, TN10/03/2010
After driving a Chevy Venture I did not realize there could be so much difference in two vans.
My T&C is so stylish looking. Every time I see it parked in the parking lot I think about how good that white van looks......then I realize it is mine ~
I have four grandchildren and it accomodates all of us plus Mom & Dad when I go to visit. There is room for two car seats in the rear seat with me riding in the middle. The sto & go seats are great. I can haul anything that I may purchase for my home in my Town & Country.
The gas mileage is super. Both of my children live out of state and that equates to lots of miles from visiting all those babies. I am amazed at how far a tank of gas will take me.
I bought the manual sliding doors and they close very easy. The hatch is difficult for me to close simply because of my height. For someone taller it is a breeze.
There is more than ample room in the aisle when you are making your way to the back seat.
If you are contemplating a purchase of the Town & Country Van I just don't think you can go wrong!!
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