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Used 2010 Chrysler Town and Country for Sale

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Reviews for 2010 Chrysler Town and Country

Overall Rating

4.5 out of 5(62 reviews)

Great Car

I bought my 2010 Town and Country Touring with the 4.0L engine about two months ago and I'm really happy customer. The car has been great. The second day I bought it, we went to a 3500miles road trip without anhy issues and it was a smooth ride. Sirius navigation with the on-time traffic info helped a lot. Also one big plus is the Satelite TV, now my kids can watch TV Cartoon channels and I don't have to change the DVD's all the time ;-) Great value for the money!

- Hockey Bus, 2010 Chrysler Town and Country

Minivan if you Must...

Our previous car was a 2001 Saturn SL2. It was paid for and a great car. We drove everywhere in that car and it was good to us. Then we had three children. It was still good and we told the kids, "It's paid for!" Well with two boys almost 6 foot tall and their sister not far behind, we decided that it was time to buy a larger family car. It took months, okay a few years, because buying a minivan was out of the question, period, end of discussion! Then I drove the Town and Country. I tried to hate it from the start. But I couldn't find anything wrong with it. The comfort was perfect, the kids had space. I had space. I could shop and still have room. It's a perfect car for our family. I don't have a bad thing to say. If you're putting it off out of pride, just give in. You won't regret it!

- dtportage, 2010 Chrysler Town and Country

Great design intent / cheap execution

Great design intent / Cheap execution Lots of useful space / all of it rattles and made of cheap plastic; Engine has lots of power / poor milage and everything is already corroding under the hood; Loaded with features / central nav system, music center difficult to figure out; Neat CD to hard disc feature / half the songs and albums end up being named "Song 1" etc. so you don't know what you've ripped; Doors and hatch are convenient / doors difficult to operate using handles; Six speed transmission runs great (so far). The only reason I bought this van was for the functionality of space and the value for the features. Traded my treasured, quiet, luxury Lincoln Zephyr for this due the fact that twins are coming. Would I buy a Toyota over this (Toyota was a few thousand more)? Probably not, but next time I might buy a Honda Odyssey (quite a bit more expensive).

- inventorchemist, 2010 Chrysler Town and Country

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