Im a 29 years old and I've drove nothing but sports/custom cars, trucks and suvs. i've always said "you would never catch me EVER driving a van or owning one." Well, I will admit I was wrong. I rented a Town and Country van to travel to Toronto, Canada from Memphis. There was a total 3 children and 4 adults on this trip. The storage room was AWESOME! i really couldn't believe all of the luggage fit in the van and we sat comfortably. I loved the back up cam, that was great. The a/c that it puts out was GREAT and there were vents through the van, so everyone could feel cool or not when needed. I loved and the kids loved the dvd player.Great on gas, we filled up only 3 times on that trip and we detoured a lot.All in all, i loved this van!!!!!!
My wife and I both bicycle and travel quite a bit. We can carry all our cycling gear, luggage, and up to four bikes with not problems. We also have three grand kids, and with the third seat, can take the entire family for outings. Middle row has captains chairs, so easy for the kids to walk through and get in the third row. Love the use of space, with plenty of cup / bottle holders, storage, etc. It looks nice, handles, nice. All around, we are very satisfied. If Chrysler only made this car with the 3.0-liter EcoDiesel I'd be hooked for life!!
Previously owned an earlier model. Fits our life style as the ability to convert from 7 to 4 to 3 to 2 passengers to give more cargo space for road trips or just for picking up bulky shopping items ideal. Also the high driving position gives a real sense of comfort and safety. Getting better fuel economy on this model. Up to 27 mpg on the commute to work (90% freeway) in econ mode without any loss in performance. Looked at slightly cheaper Dodge caravans, which are almost identical in layout and features but opted to pay the extra for the more luxurious internal finish of the Chrysler T&C.