Chrysler Town and Country Ratings

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    2002 Chrysler Town and Country - Limited FWD

    Pros: Where do I start? Power everything (even hatch)

    Cons: Tires look too small

    Advice: If price isn't an obstacle get the limited edition it's worth it!

    Great acceleration and pick-up for a mini-van. All chryslers rock.

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    2002 Chrysler Town and Country - EX FWD

    Pros: Power hatches/doors

    Cons: Minivan looks (though it is best of all choices)

    Advice: Haggle--never pay MSRP, even for 'out the door' cost!

    The fit & finish of this vehicle is excellent, and ride & sound quality are first-rate. Lots of content for the price--no one comes close. As for reliability, we will see. But with free 7 year/100,000 mile warranty, at least it won't come out of my pocket!

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    2002 Chrysler Town and Country - eL FWD

    Pros: 4 captain chairs

    Cons: No CD

    Advice: Patience on price

    Very smooth.

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    2002 Chrysler Town and Country - EX FWD

    Pros: Power sliding side and rear doors

    Cons: Operability of the delayed headlght switch

    Advice: Don't hesitate-get one. And get one with the 3.8L engine. You won't regret it.

    I am extremely pleased with the vehicle. My only minor problem to date is one where the fuel guage does not register correctly. There is more fuel in the tank than is shown on the guage, and the computer is also confused, thinking there is less than there really is when computing miles range and miles left until empty. Probably a defective sending unit in the tank which I will have addressed at the first scheduled maintenance visit.