Customer Review Summary for 2010 Chrysler Town and Country
2010 Chrysler Town and Country
2010 Chrysler Town and CountryCy-Fair - Houston, Tx.05/16/2011
This is my first Chrysler Corp car since 1974 when I was put off by a long series of repairs. The car reviewers are rough on Chrysler products but so far I don't know why. My Town and Country has so many features and gadgets that I still have not found them all or figured everything out yet. The instruction manual isn't the greatest. A web search explained some of the features are better than the book. I am tall and it's one of the few vehicles I can get into without doing the "duck and lunge" to get under the low roof. Power (198hp) is ok in flat country. I have yet to try it on grades and hills. Interior space is as good as my old 1999 Suburban. Mileage comes in at 23.6 highway and 16 city. The only thing that needs improvement is the wiggly shift lever which feels kind of cheap.
2010 Chrysler Town and CountryHerb - Atlanta, GA02/10/2012
Have had numerous minivans in the past but this one is the best. I really enjoy the power doors and tailgate. The fold down seats are awesome.
2010 Chrysler Town and CountryLeslee Hall - Seminole, FL09/30/2015
This van met all my needs -- hauling plants, moving furniture, loading up grandchildren toys, and travel. I went from FL to AR to Chicago with 6 passengers and we had a comfortable ride. There are so many compartments to put things, perfect for people who are organized.
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