Used 2010 Chrysler Town and Country Touring for Sale
Reviews for 2010 Chrysler Town and Country
All good in the neighborhood
We love our new Van. We have a delivery service and carry alot of items. This Van is so big it fits everything and then some. Our boss is so impressed with how much we can get in there. The seats are so easy to put up and down when grandkids have to come with us. The only thing we are having trouble with is the brakes. They are giving us problems. Other owners of the Town and Country van have also commented on the brake problem and only the manufacture can fix them.
Chrysler Town and Country
We purfchased the car so we could have a handicapped lift installed for a wheelchair. The car was an excellent choice, providing quality features that surpassed expectations. The car provides several items that we needed and a drive/ride experience that was suprisingly smooth. The car is responsive and easy to park and maneuver. I've purchased cars, trucks and vans in the past and I believe the Town and Country is one of the best values for the money. I would recommend purchase to anyone looking for a quality vehicle.
Good van, but do your reserch
I have had this van for about 3 months now. It has been a great family vehicle. One of my biggest pet peevs with this van is that always on ECO mode. This is a fuel saving feature. The problem is that in the 2010 model there is not way to shut it off. (Although it does turn off if you press the gas hard, but as soon as you let up off the gas it turns back on.) Now this is a helpful feature, but it also causes the transmission to search around for gears. Some time it will cause hard shifts, especially between 2-3 gear. At highway speeds, or long drives, it works great. But it would be nice to be able to turn it off, especially if you want a quicker response from the transmission. The 2011 models added this feature. As is we average about 19 mpg with city and highway driving. Also the 2011 have a very nice information center, while the 2010 have a very standard looking information center. If that is important to you. But you will also pay about 2,000 more. The 2011 has quite a bit more horse power as well which im sure helps relive the stress on the littler V6 of the 2010, but if you drive it like a mini-van (nice and easy) it shouldn't be a problem. The van itself is really nice, and a pleasure to ride in. It has lot of nice features, stow and go, power lift gate, power slide doors. We will see how they hold up in the snow and winter. The spare tire is located under the van and could present some challenges to get to in an emergency. All in all I really like the van and would recommend it .
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